phrase changes meaning by a single vowel substitution for a long E sound GOOD ONES
: Clancy explaining the spelling of his name?
THERE IS NO I IN TO
M Character in "Satanic Star Trek"?
CK OF THE DEVIL Gorgeous farm gal feeding the pigs?
PPING BEAUTY Bear's cry
SELL [I thought ROAR or HOWL, not stocks] Keep the beat?
PATROL [I thought drummer not cop] Apple consumer
EVE [I thought computers] Bygone theatres
RKOS [I had ODEA] BTW:
Distinguished types SCHOLARS [I knew too many of them to describe them so]
It's nothing to Hollande RIEN
[but it's wrong to me --- and who is Hollande that I should care?] Mari de la mere PERE
without l'accent aigu
, so we could read the clue as "husband of simple" --- sorry, the French today has gone to my tete (Spanish speakers forgive me)]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun