A corral of merry makers isn't all that's on offer today. There was also a buffet of fun C/APs including:
"Willy Wonka prop" (CANE) - it works on two levels!
"Shake a leg, in Shakespeare" (HIE)
"Pitching statistic?" (NETSALES)
"Stretched to get a better look, say" (CRANED)
"'Right in the kisser!'" (POW)
I also really liked "Banjo spot, in song" (KNEE), but my favorite today is "Sound of spring?" (BOING) - ha! Fill-wise I liked ESTEEMS, EGESTS, and ESCALATES.
I almost called the cops on ONCEOVER for "Cursory appraisal" but dialed it back when I refocused and stopped reading it as ON CEOVER. Given the question mark in the clue, "Streaming site?" I thought myself a real clever clogs when I entered ChEEKS, but a slug of WILDTURKEY finally helped me see straight. I also enjoyed "Like chewable calcium, often" (CHALKY) because what?
Well, dear Readers, it's almost 9AM and I have got to get some sleep. :)
Fun puzzle, fun review! I never heard of DRUNKEN CHICKEN or "chewable calcium," CHALKY or otherwise. And I love the book cover, because, RAMONA and also I love when people have last names like "Darling." :-)ReplyDelete
A very fun Wednesday that went by in a flash. I too enjoyed NETSALES and CREEKS for their clues. I'm not a fan of EGESTS because gross.ReplyDelete