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moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

Lars Hanson
 

This is the problem exactly — big family foods!  In American restaurants they serve too much food.  Most of it goes to waist, of course, of course, of course.  I guess that’s just desserts.

        Lars

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It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

Doug Spector

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If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 
 
If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector
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Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn 
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 
Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Fred wanted to open a surf ‘n’ turf restaurant with all his life’s savings, but his wife nixed the plan. There was too much at steak. This led to a big beef between them, and Fred, unable to put up with his wife’s carping, shrimply divorced her. It was too bad—they’d had a solid marriage once a prawn a time.

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

 

Doug Spector
===========

If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?


Doug Spector

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Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn 

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

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Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

doug
 

It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

Doug Spector
===========
If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 
 
If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector
=====
Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn 
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 
Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?


Doug Spector

=====

Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn 

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

===========



Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

doug
 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector

=====
Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

===========



Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

gary hallock
 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock
===========


Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 


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Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


moderated Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 


moderated What’s cooking today?

gary hallock
 

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

Gary Hallock


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Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


moderated Re: Art you Glad?

gary hallock
 

I have a wordplay friend who would enjoy making art puns. I told my pun palate he was missing out on this colorful thread and it made him cyan sigh again. 

Rather than making art puns that are oil about painting, I think it would be marble-ous if we also included sculpture puns as well. Granite, this could turn out to be a bust, pedestal it might be fun. 

Gary Hallock

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Perhaps you might like to frame that remark a bit differently.  No sense in going on a gilt trip here.  A life of easel would do anyone some good.  At least I gesso.

        Lars

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On Jan 17, 2020, at 07:23, portagecreek <gypsywagon@...> wrote:



I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR
=========================

Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



-- 
Doug Spector
_._,_._,_

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Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


moderated Re: Art you Glad?

Lars Hanson
 

Perhaps you might like to frame that remark a bit differently.  No sense in going on a gilt trip here.  A life of easel would do anyone some good.  At least I gesso.

        Lars

======================


On Jan 17, 2020, at 07:23, portagecreek <gypsywagon@...> wrote:



I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR
=========================

Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



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Doug Spector


moderated Re: Art you Glad?

portagecreek
 


I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR

=========================

Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



--
Doug Spector


moderated Re: Art you Glad?

One Sagan
 

Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



--
Doug Spector


moderated Art you Glad?

doug
 

I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



--
Doug Spector


moderated #RogueRiddle 1006 winner #RogueRiddle

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Lars clinched it with this mildly adulterated entry:

DICTIONARY — The Lysistrata solution to war

 

He has asked me not to print his many, many other entries, so I won’t.

 

The other entries from others were:

 

endocrine gland - a plugged up tear duct (from the other Gary—Reeves)

 

and

 

Materialize: What a doll (Raggedy Ann) sees with (from Kirk)

 

Lars will host Rogue Riddle 1007, coming your way this coming wknd. Take it away, Lars!

 

Cyn

Make it a splendiferous day!

 

Cynthia ("Cyn") MacGregor

Freelance writer/editor

www.cynthiamacgregor.com

 

Pass a smile along


moderated #RogueRiddle 1006 #RogueRiddle

Cynthia MacGregor
 

ROGUE RIDDLE 1006

Send all guesses, curses, and whatnot to:

 

Cynthia@...

 

We have 3 players so far—looking for more—game ends tomw morning—send your submissions in TODAY 

 

 

Here, now, the Riddle:

 

Coming to Terms

 

In which you are asked to take a “straight” (that is, unpunned) word and give it a new, punny definition.

 

Exs: 

Circumvent: The slit in the front of boxer shorts worn by Jewish men

Pokemon: A Rastafarian proctologist

Coffee: The person upon whom one coughs

 

I will choose what I judge the best of the lot of submissions by pre-dawn Tuesday morning.

 

YOU ARE WELCOME TO PLAY EVEN IF YOU DECLINE TO HOST THE NEXT ROGUE, BUT IF THAT IS THE CASE, ADVISE ME WITH YOUR ANSWER THAT YOU ARE A NON-HOST FOR ROGUE #1007.

 

Make it a splendiferous day!

 

Cynthia ("Cyn") MacGregor

Freelance writer/editor

www.cynthiamacgregor.com

 

Pass a smile along

_._,_._,_

 

 


moderated The cat's meow

portagecreek
 

This morning I found my cat was unusually unresponsive. The vet said to purrchase a catatonic to aid recovery from this stupurr.

GR


moderated #RogueRiddle 1006 #RogueRiddle

Cynthia MacGregor
 

ROGUE RIDDLE 1006

Send all guesses, curses, and whatnot to:

 

Cynthia@...

 

Here, now, the Riddle:

 

Coming to Terms

 

In which you are asked to take a “straight” (that is, unpunned) word and give it a new, punny definition.

 

Exs:

Circumvent: The slit in the front of boxer shorts worn by Jewish men

Pokemon: A Rastafarian proctologist

Coffee: The person upon whom one coughs

 

I will choose what I judge the best of the lot of submissions by pre-dawn Tuesday morning.

 

YOU ARE WELCOME TO PLAY EVEN IF YOU DECLINE TO HOST THE NEXT ROGUE, BUT IF THAT IS THE CASE, ADVISE ME WITH YOUR ANSWER THAT YOU ARE A NON-HOST FOR ROGUE #1007.

 

Make it a splendiferous day!

 

Cynthia ("Cyn") MacGregor

Freelance writer/editor

www.cynthiamacgregor.com

 

Pass a smile along


moderated #ROGUERIDDLE number 1005 (bingo & reveal) #RogueRiddle

gary hallock
 

As there had been zero responses inspired by my Monday clue set, I was forced to presume that all players were comfortable with Cynthia claiming this riddle by the thinest of margins. 

I probably should have known bread…er than to think you would go for such rye humor when anyone can buy a butter pun-per nickel any day. Still our players will usually send me at yeast a few guesses just the same. 

Answers have been added to the 13 riddles below. Expect Cynthia to post RR #1006 some time of some day this weekend. 

Thank you for playing,

Gary Hallock

=================


Good morning PUNY. We have only four players at work on this set and it’s still far-from-settled. Player standings this morning are as follows.

Cynthia - 5 kills
Kirk - 4 and two half kills
Lars - 3.5 kills
Alex - 3 kills

Some of these turned out to be surprisingly obtuse, so I’ve offered below a few hints to get our reluctant lurkers into the game. Scan below and see if anything strikes your fancy and submit an answer or two. Never mind that you don’t have the time, energy or inclination to claim the kill, I greatly crave the comfort of knowing that you’ve at least paid attention to my offering.

Gary

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ROGUE RIDDLE #1005 - BUNS INTENDED - (A baker’s dozen) - Launched Sunday, January 5, 2020 @ 11am central

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Below you will find 13 short riddles all on the theme of baked goods. Each contains at least one "BLANK" for you to fill. Where you see the word “BLANKS” it means the required answer will still be a single word but in the plural form.
Be the first to supply me with all (or most) of the required punned answers and you will claim the honor of hosting RR #1006 next weekend.

I will be AFK for much of the afternoon, so please forgive me if I am not able to respond to your guesses until early evening. I generally set no deadlines for my games, so as days go by and I sense participation has maxed out or interest has waned, I will post public clues and eventually a winning player and reveal answers. Let the games begin!


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1.

When I saw her tossing dinner rolls into a deep narrow hole in the ground, I recognized she was probably not well BLANK. (Non-baked answer is a two word phrase) (Her gender is irrelevant here. I only included it to imply that the writer might have entertained some romantic interest in this person.)
# BREAD / BRED

2.
The chronically tired fish visited the doctor and complained, “Whenever I swim a lot BLANKS will get sore. (Non-baked answer is two words and plays on a fish part)
# MUFFINS / MY FINS

3.
With my left-over dough I created indirect lighting fixtures to illuminate my hallway walls. I call them “BLANKS.” - (The way Brits pronounce this product makes it a better pun.)
# SCONES / SCONCE

4.
When the comedy troupe performs for corporate meetings, they always like to work up some fresh BLANKS.  (Non-baked answer is two words and there’s a bit of slang involved)
# BISCUITS / BIZ SKITS

5.
The baker wrote lots of romantic letters to his sweet BLANK.  (I can’t imagine any clues should be kneaded here)
# TART / HEART

6.
At the bottom of his romantic letters, the baker always signed off, “BLANK & BLANKS.”  (Several players have suggested reasonable alternate words but I’m looking for the more obvious. Hint: neither of these baked goods are commonly sweet) 
#LOAF & QUICHES / LOVE & KISSES

7.
Whenever he was unhappy with her cooking, my grumpy Spanish uncle usually directed his anger BLANK.  (Non-baked answer is two words - This riddle is both bilingual and bi-cultural)
# TORTILLA / TOWARD TIA

8.
When the thief was caught stealing flatbread again, the judge threw the book at him because he was a re-BLANK-fender.  (I had hoped to offer a clue for this but could think of naan.)
# PITA / PEAT

9.
When a wealthy baker shops for a luxury car, he will generally pass up the Jags and Caddies. They much prefer to be seen in a BLANKS.  (There is a reason I used slang terms for the two vehicles in the set-up.)
# ROLLS / ROLLS

10.
The wealthy bakers justify their purchase of luxury cars by saying, “It’s BLANK and we can spend it how we like.”  (Non-baked answer is two words)
# SOURDOUGH / OUR DOUGH

11.
After shoveling 16 tons of fossil fuel, I ended up with some really sore muscles. I had a very bad BLANK.  (This is the toughest one of the set, as it’s more of a homograph than it is a traditional pun. - Also the physical malady implied here is just a made-up term)
# COLACHE / COAL ACHE

12.
Before camping at Yellowstone you will want to read the National Park Service disclaimer about getting naked in front of dangerous wild animals. Pay particular attention to the BLANKS.  (Both answers are two words)
# BEAR CLAWS / BARE CLAUSE

13.
Although they still sell plenty of computers, I’m afraid it’s BLANK laptops are not nearly as popular as they once were.  (Computer brand name is the second word of the non-bread answer) [My use of the word “it’s” was not a typo. I could easily have substituted “it is”] 
# STRUDEL / TRUE DELL

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Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


moderated #ROGUERIDDLE number 1005 (update & hints) #RogueRiddle

gary hallock
 

Good morning PUNY. We have only four players at work on this set and it’s still far-from-settled. Player standings this morning are as follows.

Cynthia - 5 kills
Kirk - 4 and two half kills
Lars - 3.5 kills
Alex - 3 kills

Some of these turned out to be surprisingly obtuse, so I’ve offered below a few hints to get our reluctant lurkers into the game. Scan below and see if anything strikes your fancy and submit an answer or two. Never mind that you don’t have the time, energy or inclination to claim the kill, I greatly crave the comfort of knowing that you’ve at least paid attention to my offering.

Gary

==============

On Jan 5, 2020, at 11:01 AM, Gary Hallock <gary@...> wrote:


ROGUE RIDDLE #1005 - BUNS INTENDED - (A baker’s dozen) - Launched Sunday, January 5, 2020 @ 11am central

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If your computer has not already auto directed you to do so, please submit your guesses directly to <gary@...>
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Below you will find 13 short riddles all on the theme of baked goods. Each contains at least one "BLANK" for you to fill. Where you see the word “BLANKS” it means the required answer will still be a single word but in the plural form.
Be the first to supply me with all (or most) of the required punned answers and you will claim the honor of hosting RR #1006 next weekend.

I will be AFK for much of the afternoon, so please forgive me if I am not able to respond to your guesses until early evening. I generally set no deadlines for my games, so as days go by and I sense participation has maxed out or interest has waned, I will post public clues and eventually a winning player and reveal answers. Let the games begin!


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If your computer has not already auto directed you to do so, please submit your guesses directly to <gary@...>
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1.
When I saw her tossing dinner rolls into a deep narrow hole in the ground, I recognized she was probably not well BLANK. (Non-baked answer is a two word phrase) (Her gender is irrelevant here. I only included it to imply that the writer might have entertained some romantic interest in this person.)

2.
The chronically tired fish visited the doctor and complained, “Whenever I swim a lot BLANKS will get sore. (Non-baked answer is two words and plays on a fish part)

3.
With my left-over dough I created indirect lighting fixtures to illuminate my hallway walls. I call them “BLANKS.” - (The way Brits pronounce this product makes it a better pun.)

4.
When the comedy troupe performs for corporate meetings, they always like to work up some fresh BLANKS.  (Non-baked answer is two words and there’s a bit of slang involved)

5.
The baker wrote lots of romantic letters to his sweet BLANK.  (I can’t imagine any clues should be kneaded here)

6.
At the bottom of his romantic letters, the baker always signed off, “BLANK & BLANKS.”  (Several players have suggested reasonable alternate words but I’m looking for the more obvious. Hint: neither of these baked goods are commonly sweet) 

7.
Whenever he was unhappy with her cooking, my grumpy Spanish uncle usually directed his anger BLANK.  (Non-baked answer is two words - This riddle is both bilingual and bi-cultural)

8.
When the thief was caught stealing flatbread again, the judge threw the book at him because he was a re-BLANK-fender.  (I had hoped to offer a clue for this but could think of naan.)

9.
When a wealthy baker shops for a luxury car, he will generally pass up the Jags and Caddies. They much prefer to be seen in a BLANKS.  (There is a reason I used slang terms for the two vehicles in the set-up.)

10.
The wealthy bakers justify their purchase of luxury cars by saying, “It’s BLANK and we can spend it how we like.”  (Non-baked answer is two words)

11.
After shoveling 16 tons of fossil fuel, I ended up with some really sore muscles. I had a very bad BLANK.  (This is the toughest one of the set, as it’s more of a homograph than it is a traditional pun. - Also the physical malady implied here is just a made-up term)

12.
Before camping at Yellowstone you will want to read the National Park Service disclaimer about getting naked in front of dangerous wild animals. Pay particular attention to the BLANKS.  (Both answers are two words)

13.
Although they still sell plenty of computers, I’m afraid it’s BLANK laptops are not nearly as popular as they once were.  (Computer brand name is the second word of the non-bread answer) [My use of the word “it’s” was not a typo. I could easily have substituted “it is”] 


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If your computer has not already auto directed you to do so, please submit your guesses directly to <gary@...>
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