both words of a phrase can precede DANCE GOOD ONES: Contemporary poetry contest?
MODERN SLAM Hardly hipsters?
SQUARE FOLK Hitching post?
ALTAR Rolling rock
LAVA [not the beer: note lower case R] Imitate a hot dog?
PANT [overheated canines] Flower children?
SEEDS [not hippies] Grateful, maybe?
ASHES [actually they fall through the grate, but some ash sits atop] Pull the plug on
DRAIN [not cancel] Sewer line?
HEM [tailor, not waste pipe] Record holder?
FELON G on a sax?
KENNY [Kenny G, the musician] BTW: Assist with
DO FOR [assist means help
, not "take over for"]
I appreciated the wide-ranging subject matter.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun