In Comedy Writing, Fear The 'Bono's' And 'Nakamura'
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In Skydiving, A 'Whuffo' Won't 'Burble' Or Try The 'Horny Gorilla'
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Trade Lingo: 'Aunt Minnie' Lives In Your X-Rays
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To turn something so beautiful into a thing of evil, it takes a terrible fear indeed. Geoff Peters/Flickr hide caption

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Beware The 'Waitmare,' And Other Restaurant Frights
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For A Bit Of Luck, Opera Singers Say A Melange O' Tois
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In Some Circles, Slowpoke Flight Attendants Go By 'Salads'
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The Musician's Secret Slang: A 'Crow,' An Oboe And A Cleveland Call-Out
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Meet 'Uncle Bob': The Wedding Photographer's Friendly Terror
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When Ben Stiller hears "chicken in the gate," rarely does he actually present someone with a live chicken. Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Tip From Ben Stiller: On Set, A 'Chicken' Is Not What It Seems
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