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Pair of drawers:
two cups of coffee
Draw one in the Dark:
a black coffe -Synonyms: Flowing Mississippi
Throw it in the mud:
add chocolate syrup
Whistleberries:
Baked beans, so called because of the supposed flatulence they cause. -Synonyms: Bullets, Saturday night
Radio:
tuna salad sandwich on toast (a pun on "tuna down," which sounds like "turn it down," as one would the radio knob)
Hug one:
a glass of orange juice -Synonyms: Squeeze one
Dog and maggot:
cracker and cheese
Well-dressed diner:
codfish
Zeppelins in a fog:
sausages and mashed potatoes
Squeeze one:
a glass of orange juice -Synonyms: Hug one
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