OK – You might get a ‘crick’ in your neck ie a sharp, shooting pain, but crook has no place here, apparently. The term ‘crook’ is usually reserved for something like ‘in the crook of his arm.’ Originally the word crook came from the bending of hooks, so you can see how it would fit within one’s arms. A neck can’t really be bent in the same way.
Help! What can I use instead? Try arch, arc, angle… and if you think of a few more – send them my way. I’m in need of them 😉
Well, Goodnight from Christina and don’t forget to check in tomorrow when we have… SAT SPANKS!!! xx