The title plays on “idiot’s delight” but does not seem to match the content of the theme entries in that they are maxim’s, not idioms. But the contradictory maxims were clever and fun to fill out. Play mates?
OLAOK at the corral
YEPSign of summer
LEO [oldie but goodie]Reason for tears
ALLERGYBreak points at Wimbledon
TEATIMESSomething to see, perhaps
BET [better without “perhaps”]Some whistle blowers
REFS [“Some” ruins it] Not square
HEP [that’s So last year
“Ignorance is bliss” is really misleading since Pope wrote: “When ‘tis folly to be wise, ignorance is bliss.” Somehow that important clause got lost and with it his point. Greek gp.
SOR [I’m guessing SOR is an abbreviation for sorority, which I don’t believe has an abbreviation. I’d go with the great “Spanish composer.”]
is particularly irksome.
Three grins = Excellent: Loved it; Two grins = Good: Enjoyed it; One grin = Satisfactory: A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Unsatisfying: No fun