Movie Two-Liners Entry #4

March 4th, 2009 by Wordsman

This week’s puzzle:

When a plant lover and a movie aficionado first meet, it seems like they have almost nothing in common.  Their relationship is strengthened as they spend time dealing with words, birds (okay, a bird), cars, bars, the local shop, a deadly drop, and the movie buff’s crazy pop.

Last week’s puzzle:

Two friends interrupt a discussion of international cuisine and the difficulties of platonic heterosexual relationships to talk a little religion.  Then they change clothes, wash their car, eat breakfast, and shortly afterward part ways forever.

And the answer is . . . ▼

Posted in Movie Two-Liners | 5 Comments »

5 Responses

  1. Dragon Says:

    Would’ve sworn “aficionado” had two f’s. Turns out the two-f version is a variant, but the one-f way seems to be the only one accepted by the spell checked. The two-f version’s still in though. You learn something new every day.

  2. Dragon Says:

    Spell checker, not spell checked. There should be a way to edit these comments.

  3. Wordsman Says:

    There is. It’s called “Re-reading them before you hit the submit button.”

  4. A Fan Says:

    This is hard. Can we get a hint?

  5. Wordsman Says:

    The plant lover and the movie buff are in the same line of work.

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