in two-word phrases, the last word ends in -O and the first word begins with T-. GOOD ONES: Title "Working Overtime" Retired boomer
SST [if it were the person, the B would likely be capitalized] Created fiction?
LIED [never thought of my fiction as lies] Biker's welcome
HOP ON [the apostrophe shows it's not the diner sign but an invitation to ride] Rough stuff
EMERY [never thought of my wife's emery boards that way] Bath buggy
PRAM [Bath, England, that is] BTW: Scored 75, say
HAD A C [the idiom is "got a C", not "had…" --- better clued "Stayed cool"]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun