A LINK 'EM IS TWO CLUES, EACH WITH AN ANSWER THAT LINK TOGETHER!

 

A Toy Spud meets a Dandruff Shampoo .................................. Mr. Potato Head & Shoulders

One of Robin Hood’s Merry Men meets Lincoln’s Assassin ........................ Little John Wilkes Booth

A Beatle meets Indiana Jones ............................................................. George Harrison Ford

Classic Ketchup meets a Classic American Car........................................................... Heinz 57 Chevy

One of Robin Hood’s Merry Men meets Lincoln’s Assassin .............. Little John Wilkes Booth

Long-bearded Rock Group meets Tom Cruise Maverick Movie ..................................... ZZ Top Gun

A Loose Hamburger Sandwhich meets A Retired 49ers QB Hero ......... Sloppy Joe Montana

The Man Who Shot Lee Harvey Oswald meets Dorothy’s Magical Shoes ......... Jack Ruby Slippers

The “10” Actress meets The Retired Yankees Super Shortstop ..................... Bo Derek Jeter

Morgan Freeman’s Chauffeur Movie meets Bo & Luke's Little Sister ........ Driving Miss Daisy Duke

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Want free games to give away? Simply name a local store on-air where the game is available, every time you play. Link 'Em and Blurt each have a $20 retail value!  This promotion is open to any commercial radio station in the top 200 radio markets. Wanna play proven, addictive, listener-favorites with exclusivity in your market? Let us know by filling in this form:

IN BLURT A SIMPLE DEFINITIONS IS READ ALOUD. ANSWERS ARE SIMPLE, BUT

WILL LISTENERS BE ABLE TO BLURT OUT THE CORRECT ONES UNDER PRESSURE?!


The nut of an oak tree ................................................................................................................... ACORN!
To breathe in a noisy way while sleeping ....................................................................... SNORE!
Sliced bread that is heated ............................................................................................................ TOAST!
A seat for a rider on the back of a horse ..................................................................... SADDLE!
A short, sleeveless jacket ................................................................................................................... VEST!
A cloth covering for the foot ........................................................................................... SOCK!
The son of a king or queen ........................................................................................................... PRINCE!

To say in a low voice that is hard to understand ......................................................... MUMBLE!​
 

Andrews McMeel, 2005
Chronicle Books, 2008