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POP Words

Guess as many POP (or dad or father or...) words or phrases as you can in two minutes.
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Big Daddy:1999 Adam Sandler flick Boston Pops:subsection of the Boston Symphony Orchestra that plays popular selections Dada:post-World War I art movement, which included Jean Arp and Marcel Duchamp daddy long legs:an arachnid with very, very long skinny legs Daddy's girl:the daughter that clings to her father wanting his special attention Daddy Warbucks:the richest man of the world, at least in the Little Orphan Annie world deadbeat dad:father who skips out on his kids father-in-law:your spouse's father fatherland:the nation of your forefathers or ancestors Father of Our Country:In the USA that would be George, Washington that is Father Christmas:Santa Claus, Pere Noel Father Figure:1988 George Michael hit, or somebody who represents a father fatherhood:the state of being a dad Father Knows Best:Fifties family life radio and TV series featuring Robert Young Father of the Bride:1991 remake of the Spencer Tracy classic flick, starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton Father's Day:the third Sunday in June Flags of our Fathers:2006 World War II movie directed by Clint Eastwood forefathers:ancestors or forebears Founding Fathers:American Revolutionary patriots who signed the Declaration of Independence Go Daddy:internet company that sponsors IndyCar and NASCAR racer Danica Patrick and a post-season college football bowl game Grampa Simpson:Homer's Dad, Marge's father-in-law, and grandfather to Bart, Lisa and Maggie grandfather:the father of your father (and the father of your mother too) grandfather clause:it exempts an existing situation from a new ruling or law grandfather clock:one of those big, tall clocks in a wooden case King of Pop:that would be Michael Jackson K-pop:South Korean music genre, e.g. Psy's Gangnam Style lollipop:an all-day sucker for example Ma and Pa Kent:Superman's folks here on planet Earth Mary Poppins:the magical nanny played by Julie Andrews in the Disney film adaptation mom and pop store:small-scale operation PA:abbreviation for Pennsylvania PA system:electronic amplification system Papa Doc:Francois Duvalier, President for Life of Haiti, gave himself this nickname Papa Don't Preach:Madonna hit single of the eighties Papageno:the bird-catcher and comic relief in Mozart's opera, the Magic Flue paparazzi:freelance photographers that swarm the celebrities Papa Was a Rollin' Stone:1970's Temptations Motown soul classic papaya:an orangey tropical fruit with lots of little black seeds in the middle paternal:related to being a father paternity:the state of being a father patriarch:the male head of a family or tribe patrician:aristocratic, noble patriot:a dedicated supporter of his or her country patron:financial supporter, the guy who foots the bill paw:the soft foot of a mammal, e.g. a cat's foot apoplectic:related to a stroke, but in the popular vernacular, hoppin' mad pop:depending on where you're from, a term for soda, soft drink, or cola Pop Art:20th century movement led by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, David Hockney popcorn:typical movie snack, hot and buttered pop culture:mainstream, commercial culture pop the question:propose, marriage that is! pope:the Holy Father, head of the Roman Catholic Church Pop Goes the Weasel:an English nursery rhyme and song Popeye:the sailor who's strong to the finish because he eats his spinach pop fly:a baseball that's hit way up but lands harmlessly in a fielder's glove popgun:pull the trigger and it shoots out a cork instead of a bullet pop music:light, popular songs Poppin' Fresh:the Pillsbury Doughboy poppy:flower symbolizing wartime remembrance, also the source of opium poppycock:nonsense, hogwash! pop quiz:a quick test you're not expecting popsicle:fruit-flavored ice on a stick populace:the people, especially the common people or masses popular:liked by a lot of people population:the total number of people or inhabitants Pop-Tart:one of those Kellogg's toaster pastries pop-up ads:those pesky little advertising windows Snap, Crackle and Pop:trio of onomatopoeic elves that grace a Rice Krispies box Puff Daddy:aka Diddy, Sean Jean, P. Diddy - you get the picture stay-at-home dad:father who's the main caregiver and homemaker sugar daddy:benefactor, the generous older guy with the big bucks The Godfather:1972 classic Francis Ford Coppola crime family movie, based on Mario Puzo's novel of the same name The Mamas and the Papas:Sixties folk rock group with Papa John Phillips and Mama Cass