phrases with the initial sounds of first and last word switched GOOD ONES: Security images of an armed robbery?
STICKUPPIX [pick up sticks] Gal idolizing actor Matthew?
PERRYCHICK [cherry pick] [I'd have preferred Como to Matthew, but I'm so last century!] Overhead views
SKIES Office specialist
TECH [Microsoft Office] Ain't right?
ARENT [oldie but goodie, and how come we need an apostrophe for a substandard word? Would someone think less of me if I used "aint" this way? BTW:
Bk. Before Phillipians EPH [When I was 16 a college professor taught us a mnemonic for the Letters in order of their appearance in the Bible; I believe this is the first time I had occasion to use it, and perhaps just as unlikely I recalled the mnemonic! Ro Co Co, Gal Eph Phil, Col Thes Thes, Tim Tim Ti, Phil Heb]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun