To help you with this week’s exercise, here are some suggestions:
Just as it sounds: keys.
And maid Marian of any Robin Hood film.
Errol Flynn: the one who played Robin Hood
Jill + Anne
James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
A Scottish kilt: see the Pattern
What’s your name? Bond; James Bond
A ledge and a bridge.
For Michael: see below.
And a little comb = son; or simply sun
Dorothy: from the wizard of Oz.
Or Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie.
Or as it sounds: a door and tea.
O: like an egg.
And a flan.
I strongly believe the rest will just come back, as long as you can recall the flan.
Any aussie among us?
Or a shield.
In Ireland: Richard Harris was famous enough.
Or (not brilliant, but acceptable): Hair + rice
Any Joe + Anne will do.
Or: the coast tells.
Any famous Jane: Fonda, Austen
So: what’s frying in the pan?
Michael is not Mike or Mick.
See wikipedia: Jackson, Jordan, Caine, Schumacher, Buble.
Or someone from your circle of friends.
In German, gross means big.
I actually would avoid imagining something gros.
It ain’t nice, and there is the chance that the brain refuses recall here. It is a nature thing.
It may be better here to have: grow + sssss (sound of snake)
Or: and row, row, row the boat ...
Rye? Your friend Anne in a rye field?
Any Harrison Ford movies from the 90s?
Or wikipedia: Giggs, Reynolds etc.
You could do: Christ. And no: it is not disrespectful.
Or surely you know someone by that name.