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Alter one letter of each word in the groups to make well-known phrases. e.g. "Lack no worm" would become "Back to work".

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Alter one letter of each word in the groups to make well-known phrases.
e.g. "Lack no worm" would become "Back to work".

These have a sporting theme.
1. Sick oaf

  1. Kiss thy cat

  2. Jumping icon

  3. Dump thy gin

  4. Melt hour march

posted Feb 9, 2016 by Parampreet Kaur

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