One of my dream jobs (besides being No. 1 Tennis Player in the World) would be: headline writer for The New York Post. I love a good headline.
In June 1997, on the day after Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield's ear during their famous "Bite Fight," the newspaper headline screamed: "It's Ear-Responsible!!"
Now that's the kind of wordplay you can sink your teeth into.
I guess I'll have to channel my Tabloid Headline Envy into writing titles for puzzles. Still, I admire website names that clearly and cleverly describe their mission, like . . .
If you have a kitchen disaster (you're in a pickle), or a last-minute Thanksgiving Day cooking question -- go to Food Pickle, where you'll get real-time advice. Can you cut up a big batch of turnips and store them overnight? Is there a use for that block of Velveeta in the fridge? How do I overcome Gummy Piecrust Syndrome?
Ask Food Pickle. What a nice, crunchy name.
A National Day of Gratitude -- what could be better? Eat well, engage in group hugs and enjoy.