substituting S for C in common phrases changes things GOOD ONES: Get one's kicks in a painful way?
TAKE IT ON THE SHIN [not CHIN] Principal plant?
THE BIG SHILL [not CHILL --- this was tough] Pay stub?
OLA [from "payola" --- stub
suggests the suffix, or end bit] Highest power?
VETO [never thought of it that way; I was awash in the metaphysical] Digital temperature gauge?
TOE [my favorite of the year --- toe gauges or tests temperature of bath, and a toe is a digit] Marathon unit: Abbr.
BBL [another toughie until one realizes Marathon is an oil company] Trains may stop at them
ALTARS [yet another hard one: trains are bridal wear] BTW:
Ally of Sun CHAING [I wish I were on a first name basis with these historical figures of the East]
Some like 'em tough --- guess I'm one of 'em.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun