last A of a phrase is substituted for by a U yielding a new phrase GOOD ONES
: Wedding song for Ivana or Marla?
THE-LADY-IS-A-TRUMP [still laughing] Easy strikekout victim?
BATTING-CHUMP Off-the-wall play
CAROM [literally] Ant who sings
ADAM [how about "that" instead of "who"?] Field of plants?
BOTANY Smart remark?
OUCH [smart=hurt] BTW: Meter reading
USAGE ["usage" refers to prose; "meter" refers to poetry, the usage
of which is called prosody
] Open D and open G, for guitars
TUNINGS ["tunings" is the name of actions (gerund) while the D and G refer to strings --- not actions]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun