I was sent these a whike back (nothing to do with me despite my penchant for 'word strangling'!) Some truly amazing ones, particularly towards the end of the list. I've had to omit a few from the list I was sent, simply because they're too rude! Under a lot of pressure = Prefer strenuous load? True impudence? = Picture me nude! School student = Tends to slouch. A television commercial = Aim to sell nice car, movie,... Charismatic leader = Declare I am a Christ! Police helicopter = I circle 'hot' people. The crime of arson = Fearsome torchin'. A Goose-step march = Scream: "Oh! Gestapo!" The manuscript = Thus came print. ...and every night I distrust ~ the advertising industry. Classified Document = Found access limited. A sorry tale = A real story. Kitchen garden = Green and thick. Mortal sin ~ isn't moral. The flowers that bloom in the spring = The sign of little warmth: hope's born. A Silent Prayer = Priestly arena. An Office Secretary = Carry in coffee, teas. The Baptism Ritual = Met spiritual bath. Paranormal activity = I am part clairvoyant. I am lonely = E-mail only. Polygamist = Mostly a pig! Television ads ~ enslave idiots. Plastic surgery = Super-grisly act. Snort cocaine = Nose narcotic. THE ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY Sergeant Ernest Bilko = Brainless rotten geek. Arsenic and Old Lace = A concern, as all died. Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons = Can't spy marionette cast handlers. The conductor, Sir Simon Rattle = Music Director short on talent. I, Claudius = U, Suicidal 'The Old Man and the Sea' by Ernest Hemingway = He's made his enemy angry and won the battle. 'The Laughing Cavalier' a painting by Frans Hals = A fresh chap in a big hat grinning suavely at all. He's a legend in his own mind = Neil Diamond, when he sings. THE TOPICAL CATEGORY Weapons of mass destruction = Poison to smarten a few scuds. Celibacy in the priesthood = Choir boys end pathetic lie! THE PEOPLE'S NAMES CATEGORY Nurse Florence Nightingale = Heroine curing fallen gents. The American writer Ogden Nash = One needs a rather charming wit. Rodgers and Hammerstein = Men rather admired songs. The late Dudley Stuart John Moore = O, the dead jester that you'll mourn. Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson = An old RN sailor, a hero I'm told. THE OTHER NAMES CATEGORY Marston's Pedigree = Am p***ed, no regret. Fat Club = Cut flab. Sibelius Music Printing Software = Input sublime scores as if writing. The British Board of Film Censors = Robs cinemas of best horrid filth. Paris Saint-Germain = It inspires anagram. The Arabian Desert = Heat-based terrain. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police = Ah, namely an ideal cop: red tunic, too! The Oxford English Dictionary = I find thy lexicon's rather good. The Royal Marines = Army at shoreline. THE LONG CATEGORY [10/8] The late British comedian, actor and keyboard player Dudley Stuart John Moore = Dead. Both dead. Not only Peter Cook... but also him. (Just hilarity and a merry career). 'Ablaze: The Mysterious Fires of Spontaneous Human Combustion' by Larry E. Arnold = Surely no-one's body can auto flare-up in hot flames, so it's some bizarre urban myth.