Fun With Mets Rebuses

I used to love Classic Concentration when I was a kid. I didn't realize at the time that it was a TV show, only that it was an incredibly entertaining game for the Apple IIGS on which, along with Double Dare, Jeopardy, and Leisure Suit Larry, I spent much of my computer time as a nerdy tween. Only later did I learn that the main puzzle component of Concentration was called a rebus (its use in heraldry far outdates its more leisurely adaptation in game show form).

But whether you're solving a childish riddle or emblazoning a coat of arms, rebuses are good fun. We've done this before but I don't mind doing it again. Here are a few to get you started; please add your own in the comments.

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