Bangers In Bangor & Mash In Massachusetts

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The bangers from Bangor decided to have a race. The biggest banger jumped into his old banger and sped quickly away from the place. As sausages go, the banger was fast, he jumped right out of the frying pan into the fire as he went flying past. He didn’t want to arrive in Massachusetts last. The smallest banger banged into one or two trees. Very soon, there were mustard bees ! As the rain started to storm, the bangers from Bangor slowly became less warm. One of the bangers was quickly fried and another went into overdrive. Generally, bangers love being on a bun … rather than in the fast lane, bangers on the run ! The banger didn’t have a map – no wonder setting sail on the Atlantic, he got in a terrible flap. The banger had brought his suitcase, too, which came in handy when a hurricaine blew. When the bangers on the Atlantic got lost, they sent a radar message that said “where are the pots”. Sausages don’t speak Morse code very well nor can they read easily, nor can they spell. So very soon, their SOS message was rather jumbled, as through the ocean waves they stumbled. The banger from Bangor stopped off on a rock – though being greased, he soon slipped right off ! He landed on mash in Massachusetts, which of course, was a soft landing for a sausage on a cruise ship.

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Smashing Mash

Some off these potato words got mixed up and mashed into three pieces. Can you put them back together in the right order ?

IS … PS … CR

EE … L … P

KI … N … S

AS … H … SM

BO … ED … IL

AS … RO … TED

IP … S … CH

TA … TO … PO … P … LER … EE

CK … SA … OF UD … S … SP

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Sausages & Sauce SOS

Circle the letters S – O – S inside these words.

softest

sorts

soulness

sorrowfulness

sophisticated

sorceress

sonorous

songs

solutions

smoothness

sorrows

socialism

socialising

societies

solicitors

solstace

asbestos

solecism

solves

soonest

soggiest

solemnest

soppiness

sounds

soaps

sourest

sources

spacious

soups

spasmodic

stops

storms

spouse

so – so

souvenirs

shops

© Jacqueline Richards 2007

Answers : CRISPS ; PEEL ; SKIN ; SMASH ; BOILED ; ROASTED ; CHIPS ; POTATO PEELER ; SACK OF SPUDS

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