phrases change meaning with the addition of the letter B GOOD ONES: Where to find wool?
ON-THE-LAMB Title for Shakespeare?
IAMB-LEGEND Like a door[way] with three people…?
JAMB-PACKED Lose on purpose
DIET Great way to have it
MADE Delivery man?
MESSIAH Isn't expanded?
IS-NOT [I think the question mark lessens the fun] Mating game
CHESS Strained-carrot holders
BIBS [because babies make a mess] Track figures
ODDS [I thought touts, etc.] BTW:
Troubling spots ACNE [this would have been good if the common phrase "trouble spots" were the clue]
Take a hike SPLIT [well, maybe for the AARP crowd for whom split meant leave, but on one's own accord. "Take a hike" is a command. Anyway, I think the term split has split, so the clue might better be "Leave, once."]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun