familiar sentences reinterpreted GOOD ONES: "You shoulda seen the one that got away"
FINSHING LINE "The children were angels and in bed by eight"
SITTING BULL [still laughing] "A daily jog is good for you"
RUNNING ARGUMENT "Who's ahead?"
LEADING QUESTION One may be seen with glasses
OPERA [given the make-up, it's better seen from afar] Organ with a drum
EAR [most musical] Like this answer
ACROSS Ain't good?
ISN'T [so why does AIN'T have an apostrophe?] Tweeting locales
NESTS [might've been a problem for today's wired youth] BTW:
Lot's of literary allusions today.
Spouse on the Seine MARI
[but not on the Thames]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun