the sound of a word in a phrase is changed by adding a Z yielding a different meaning GOOD ONES: Really big hangover?
A DAZE LIKE NO OTHER Couch potato's preparations?
LAZE AWAY PLAN Caddies of old
EL DORADOS [I thought golf] Breads for Reubens
RUBLE [I thought ryes] 9 to 5, eg.
RATIO [I thought jobs] Degree in math
NTH Commercial developers
AD MEN [Mad Men
should be coming back in a couple of months] Old Pisa dough
LIRE [the doughs are stale by now] Slaughter in the field
ENOS [he was an excellent baseball player] Better part of a loaf?
HALF [How can a half be better
? Because "half a loaf is better than none."] BTW: I CALL EM AS I SEIZE EM
is a clever theme entry but only English teachers use AS conjunctively --- everyone else uses LIKE. (The rest of the expression is "An if I don't see em, I make em up.")
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun