Favorite Gay Things About Mad Max


1 Staff leader for Copland?

6 Plug extension

9 Egyptian vipers

13 Eurasian range

14 Diana of "The Avengers"

16 Madonna, in a creche

17 She plays Aunty Entity in "Mad Max"

19 Like every other number

20 "Move your ass!"

21 Like a flaming queen?

23 Washer cycle

24 "The rain in ___..."

25 Most queer

28 Vehicles that swing both ways?

31 Piecrust ingredient

32 It arouses soldiers in bed

33 Lizzie Borden used one

34 Rubber-stamped

35 Material worn by _Mad Max_ cops

37 Vardalos of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"

38 Actress Charlotte

39 Secretes nocturnally

40 "To Kill a Mockingbird" character

41 Stocking materials for queens?

43 High points

45 Dens of bears

46 Farm fare

47 Ruler with a vagina

49 Place for a fruit dessert

53 Skin moisturizer

54 Minimalist clothing worn in "Mad Max"

56 Position to fill

57 Fender nick

58 Oral performances

59 Lamarr of "Samson and Delilah"

60 Writer Harper

61 Back to the present


1 Balls

2 Lit ___

3 Nathan of "The Producers"

4 Rolled by

5 Lens settings for Mapplethorpe

6 Utah's Hatch

7 Navel fetish accessory?

8 Tree rings indication

9 Aviator Earhart

10 Leader of a tribe of children in "Mad Max"

11 Honest Abe, for one

12 Auld lang ___

15 Fight hand-to-hand

18 Hand, when measuring a stallion

22 Cotton compressor

24 Love-making sounds

25 Prayer start at Metropolitan Community Church

26 Senegal's capital

27 Magistrate of Bartertown in "Mad Max"

28 Top targets

29 Send to Siberia

30 Elite divers

32 Attempts to seduce

35 Pinko's hero

36 City hue in Oz

40 Disapprove of

42 Homosexuality?

43 Obi-Wan player

44 Tulip tree, e.g.

46 Barely burn

47 Possible STD symptom

48 Woods of "Legally Blonde"

49 Box material in "Six Feet Under"

50 "Take a crack ___"

51 Adverb for seamen

52 Canadian oil company

55 Lubricant

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