Board gamesVia by Fir0002/Flagstaffotos/Wiki CommonsTV stationsVia Lamonttroop/Wiki CommonsShipsVia Wiki CommonsPodcast episodesVia BuzzFeed
The answer is ships.
Names of ships and other named vessels should always be in italic type: RMS Titanic, USS SC-530, the space shuttle Discovery. (Board games and TV stations are styled in roman type, and podcast episode titles are in quotation marks.)
M&M'sVia David Adam Kess/Wiki CommonsFruit LoopsVia Zanastardust / Creative CommonsMcDonaldsVia Kici/Wiki CommonsWalgreen'sVia Emmy Favilla
The answer is M&M's.
What, exactly, are these candy-coated chocolates in possession of? The world may never know.
The answer is straitlaced.
The word is used to mean being very proper in manners, morals, or opinion — but it also has been used to indicate wearing or having a bodice or stays tightly laced!
ecigaretteVia TBEC Review/Wiki CommonsgreenlightVia 1RadicalOne/Wiki CommonssteppingstoneVia Kate Ter Haar/Wiki CommonsmoneymakingVia DHD Money Gallery/Wiki Commons
The answer is moneymaking.
No hyphen? No problem.
Summer OlympicsVia Master Sgt. Lono Kollars, U.S. Air Force/Wiki Commonssummer OlympicsVia Bastique/Wiki Commonssummer olympicsVia Xiaowei/Wiki CommonsSummer olympicsVia Alterego/Wiki Commons
The correct capitalization is Summer Olympics.