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asked Is the phrase “Take my wife – please!” a paraprosdokian?
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14
accepted Meaning of “drag” in “lights stretching across the main drag spelled…”
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asked Meaning of “drag” in “lights stretching across the main drag spelled…”
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accepted Tea for the Tillerman
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asked Tea for the Tillerman
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accepted “He is all of thirty-one” meaning
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asked “He is all of thirty-one” meaning
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awarded  Caucus
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accepted An idiom for a very sensitive person
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asked An idiom for a very sensitive person
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accepted Difference between “penetrate” and “compenetrate”
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awarded  Yearling
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asked Difference between “penetrate” and “compenetrate”
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accepted manically laconic
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asked manically laconic
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awarded  Editor
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7
comment To punt for something
Yeah, from the comment of @FrustratedWithFormsDesigner I understood it was a sport metaphor. but kudos for the great answer!
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revised To punt for something
edited title
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accepted To punt for something
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asked To punt for something