Possible Title: Run-OnsTheme:
phrase can be read two ways depending on last word, beginning with S-Good Ones:
Great diner food? FIRSTCLASSEATS [EATS or SEATS]
What a hamster wheel requires? ENDLESSPACE [SPACE or PACE]
It’s often about a yard FENCE
Piece maker? REESE [I thought gun]
Army unit ANT [army ants, that is]
Black ball EIGHT [in pool & note two words]
One might make a ewe turn RAM
Chorus line ALTO [on sheet music]
Sports figures STATS [I thought STARS]Who knew?:
ECHO means E in NATO speak. Know anyone who speaks NATO?
“P.S. I Love You” was the B-Side. It’s a very good song so I wonder what they thought was better.Some Nits to Pick:
Cauldron stirrers HAGS [I like this reference but it really needs a modifier --- perhaps “infamous”; “famous”; “grotesque”… Otherwise “lefties” would be acceptable.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun