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Foods in the Answer

All the blanks are types of food. Based on the clues, guess the missing words.
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Last updated: June 18, 2015
First submittedJune 18, 2015
Times taken6,560
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Accountant
Bean Counter
Best invention since … ever?
Sliced Bread
Photographer's favorite words
Say Cheese
Man who buys gifts for a
younger woman
Sugar Daddy
Had a lonely hearts club band
Sergeant Pepper
Slang for mustache
Soup Strainer
Motivational method
Carrot and Stick
"Accurate" name
for American football
Handegg
Western movie directed
by an Italian
Spaghetti Western
Wrestler's ailment
Cauliflower Ear
Slippery sea creature
Sea Cucumber
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Answer
Pellet gun
Pea Shooter
Uranium powder
Yellowcake
Punny way to start saying grace
Lettuce Pray
You're a goner
Your Goose is
Cooked
Cold War parable by Dr. Seuss
Butter Battle Book
Small spherical firework
Cherry Bomb
Bunch spoiler
Bad Apple
Famous palindrome
Sit on a Potato
Pan, Otis
With the candlestick in
the conservatory
Colonel Mustard
Another name for Jesus
Lamb of God
The very best
Cream of the Crop
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level 76
Nov 26, 2015
With only 17% knowing it, I'd say the palindrome isn't all that famous. I've never heard of it, nor had I heard of handegg or the Dr. Seuss book. That's three things I learned this morning. My brain is already tired. ;) Fun quiz, BTW.
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level 67
Nov 26, 2015
Well, handegg is kinda intuitive, if you think about it.
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level 76
Nov 26, 2015
Um, no. A football is pointy at both ends; an egg isn't pointy on either end. A football is symmetrical, an egg is not. Anyone who thinks that a football looks like an egg hasn't seen one or the other, or perhaps either one.
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level 79
Nov 29, 2015
A football is often described as a "pigskin," the "rock" and a number of other things but never, ever, anything as fragile as an egg. That's just stupid.
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level 61
Jun 14, 2017
Um, no it is not intuitive. I am an American and an American football fan and never ever heard American football referred to as "handegg". The ball does not resemble an egg. If any sport should be referred to as "handegg", it should be rugby. That ball much more resembles an egg than an American football.
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level 74
Dec 24, 2018
It's intuitive then for let's say non-gridiron countries. A ball is supposed to be round, and the obviously "wrong" shape of the gridiron football is closest to an egg if you have to compare it to something.
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
No @dorkmeister and djiljas. If you need to compare it to anything it would be lemon or lime.. Which is what I tried, handlime, handlemon.. I knew it didnt sound right, but couldnt think of what other shape/item it could be.
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level 71
Nov 26, 2015
I've followed football all my life and I've never once heard of "handegg".
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level 42
Nov 26, 2015
Handegg is probably a more well known term in England (and I guess other English speaking countries outside USA) since what Americans call soccer we call football. Also a lot of people don't like American Football's name since your feet are not the main way used to transport the ball, so 'handegg' is used as a term to ridicule the sport.
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level 76
Nov 26, 2015
We also play "American football" in Canada, and I've never heard of "handegg" either.
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level 65
Nov 27, 2015
I'm in England and I've never heard the term 'handegg'.
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level 39
Nov 30, 2015
Honestly, I think it's a Reddit thing. The people from the "football means soccer" countries call it that to make fun of it.
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level 74
Dec 24, 2018
It's a lot older than internet, but you're right about the rest.
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level 65
Nov 27, 2015
If you've never read the Butter Battle Book, you really should. Good message for today's world.
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level 76
Jun 2, 2016
Definitely the most profound thing Geisel wrote.
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
I think sea snail should be accepted. it fits the clue, and if a lamb is accepted as food snail definitely should aswell, people eat snails(escargot). (personally I dont think lamb should be on here because it refers to the animal, it is not lambchop of god ..)