Give em 20, they’ll do 25
Give em 25, they’ll do 30
Give em 30, they’ll do 35
Whoops, sorry Bobby....they moved you to page ten and I didn’t see your answer before my hint. Yes, it’s Checkpoint Chickie. For you youngsters out there, Checkpoint Charlie was one of the few access points between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. It was a code name (and perfect for Barney’s spin, I believe).
Hint: I always assumed this place name was adapted from Cold War Berlin
Edgar J. Masters could tell ya. He needed that extra five miles per hour to help get up Turner's Grade.
Here’s a short one:
SCOUR A RAT
This one’s been preying on my mind. With the hint, I’d have to think it could help me get a free gumball?
Yessir Bernie. That’s it. David Browne- with an ‘e’ made gully wobblers and he figured it was his duty to go after fish instead of trimming hedges and he could also control a gumball machine by saying the magic word.
Good one Franklin! These strange words confound the anagram-cheaters among us.
HEH HE TIN FOILS
Is there any whistling involved with this one?