Long O sound at the end of random phrases GOOD ONES: It comes straight from the heart
AORTA Egg head?
OVO [prefix; hence, "head" of a word] BTW: Slice of history
EON [I had ERA, and mine is better. History, defined as written record, goes back perhaps 5,000 years which is a small fraction of an eon, a term of geologic proportion.] Back (out)
OPT [opt is "to choose," not "to back"] Of main importance
PRIMAL [odd choice considering "primal" connotes
"basic," not "most important" which is reserved for "primary"]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun