The socially most significant article in the May 1985 Word Ways is one by Dan Laycock, discussing the obscene properties of alphabet soup. Since this food is frequently consumed by young children, it is of the utmost importance to avoid corrupting their impressionable minds by the accidental formation of off-color words. As a public service to soup purveyors, I offer the following nine solutions to this vexing problem:
Borgmann, Dmitri A.
"Bowdlerized Alphabet Soup,"
Word Ways: Vol. 18
, Article 19.
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