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City juice:
glass of water -Synonyms: Adam's ale, Dog soup, Windmill Cocktail
Bossy in a bowl:
beef stew, so called because "Bossy" was a common name for a cow. -Synonyms: Mully
C.J. Boston:
cream cheese and jelly
Bullets:
Baked beans, so called because of the supposed flatulence they cause. -Synonyms: Saturday night, Whistleberries
The twins:
salt and pepper shakers -Synonyms: Mike and Ike
Splash of red noise:
a bowl of tomato soup
Creep:
draft beer
Halitosis:
garlic -Synonyms: Bronx vanilla, Italian Garlic
Bloodhounds in the Hay:
hot dogs and sauerkraut
Let it walk:
an order to go, a takeaway order. Itís to go. -Synonyms: Give it shoes, Go for a walk, On wheels
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