Both words of a two-word phrase begin with PA GOOD ONES:
Title: PA DE DEUX
[not pas de deux
] Messages from Mozart?
NOTES Private organization?
ARMY Fat head?
LIPO [as a prefix it heads the term] William and Kate's set
TELLY [TV set to Brits --- I thought a social set so far above my own I didn't know what it was] Fowl language?
PEEP Talking points?
ROSTRA [literally the points from which they speak] Guitar support
KNEE [simple enough] Acts inappropriately?
___ favor POR [In formal text, foreign words are italicized. In Xwords, they're not; hence, the word "favor" looks like English but here is Spanish. I don't know if por favor
is used so much in English that it is appropriate for us, but I like the idea of using a word that is the same in two languages.
PARCHMENT PAPER and PAISLEY PATTERN seem rather redundant.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun