We have received the first entry in our Name That Cell contest from dear family friend and notorious punster Mike P:
"I like 'Godcella.' Ruthless, devastating, kicks butt on miniature things. When doctors diagnose it, they can say, 'Rook! Godcerra!'"
Oh, the rest of you want to try to top this. You know you do.
I doubt, however, you can top this awful thing (and in the world of puns, "awful" means "excellent"), also sent to me by Mike P:
"Glad the trip to the Mayo went so well. Doctors must be more than the J.D. Salinger type of person in Catcher in the Rye -- stopping people before they plummet off the edge. They need to give each patient some direction and hope. The U.S. Women's Soccer team captain, Mia Hamm, knows all about teetering on the edge and flirting with disaster. Her comments, although appropriate, are at best cheesy. I guess my message to you is to heed Mia's comments through the lens of Salinger's book, but cling to what the clinic says. Briefly, put the Hamm and cheese on Rye, but hold the Mayo."