Posts Tagged 'daily jumble'

Jumble Spoiler – 11/21/14

Visual Description:  Love = Tolerance

AVEEW  =  WEAVE,  PUREP  =  UPPER,  KREMAT  =  MARKET,  MARFLO  =  FORMAL   —   Giving us:  VEURREFR

Clue/Question:  They loved their adopted pet – - -

Answer:  FURREVER

(All tried and true clue words today, but all the jumblings seem new.  I got them all immediately though.  The answer letter layout was very cool.  Great little pun!  And, the cartoon was fun.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 11/20/14

Visual Description:  Zzzzz . . . mmm, Chips Ahoy . . . zzzzz.

TREEX  =  EXERT,  FARWD  =  DWARF,  CESBIT  =  BISECT,  LOMANS  =  SALMON   —   Giving us:  EERDWSETSAM

Clue/Question:  Having chocolate on her mind gave her – - -

Answer:  SWEET DREAMS

(Hey!  A nice – one time only – appearance by Cathy Guisewite!  There were no new clue words today, but all of the jumbling seems new to me.  I struggled some with “salmon”.  The answer letter layout was swell.  If Cathy was still publishing Cathy then we’d see this same theme for a week, or two, or . . . You get the picture.  I always considered her the Howard Stern of cartoonists.  Not vulgar, mind you.  Just that she would run a gag into the ground.  Now, this Sandra Bell-Lundy does the same thing with her strip, Between Friends.  Unless it’s part of a storyline, can we please just move it along, ladies!  There.  I’ve gotten that off my chest.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR ;-)

(Belated) Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 11/16/14

Visual Description:  Woes of a slow market.

CRETKO  =  ROCKET,  DOUMIP  =  PODIUM,  FONMIR  =  INFORM,  SNITIS  =  INSIST,  TORYPE  =  POETRY,  MALSUY  =  ASYLUM    —   Giving us:  OCOIMFOINSOTSUM

Clue/Question:  When the real estate agent couldn’t get enough clients, she was – - -

Answer:  OUT OF COMMISSION

(This was fun and challenging.  No new clue words but some of the jumbles were new.  For some reason I had trouble getting “podium”, but no trouble getting “poetry” . . . for a change.  The answer letter layout was pretty tough.  Great cartoon.  Nice pants.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 11/19/14

Visual Description:  Growling mongrels.

SLEBS  =  BLESS,  SOCRU  =  SCOUR,  DEEIBS  =  BESIDE,  CARYEM  =  CREAMY   —   Giving us:  BESSORSDCRE

Clue/Question:  The dogs that didn’t get along were – - -

Answer:  CROSS-BREEDS

(Another challenging Jumble from the guest cartoonists.  And, our friend Mr. Hoyt, of course.  No new clue words today, but all the jumbles with the exception of the one for “bless” are new to me.  Beautiful answer letter layout.  Love the cartoon.  We don’t get Ballard Street in my paper, but the artwork looks very familiar.  Hmm.  Hey!  Why is it when your neighbor’s shepherd impregnates your lab you end up with a mutt?  But, when a “breeder” does it – and sends a few bucks to the AKC – we get the newest trendy breed?  Are we really that gullible, folks?  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 11/18/14

Visual Description:  THE most important word in every parent’s vocabulary.

HGILT  =  LIGHT,  ALEIG  =  AGILE,  TOCLEK  =  LOCKET,  NARMEN  =  MANNER   —   Giving us:  LIAGLONN

Clue/Question:  When the kids kept asking questions, their mom was – - -

Answer:  ALL NO-ING

(Unfortunately, too many parents just don’t seem to get this.  They feel that telling their precious child “No” will somehow stifle their delicate imagination.  At least that is the excuse many of them use.  I think it’s more a combination of being lazy and being scared that their kid will resent them.  Developing minds need limitations, when it comes to behavior issues.  They need to learn that life is not all about their wants.  There’s a whole boatload of people out there.  Everybody doing their own thing, for their own gratification, results in chaos and anarchy.  Cooperation and compromise is what makes for peace and harmony.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.  The Jumble.  No new clue words today, but all of the jumbles except for the one for “manner” are new.  Great job with the answer letter layout!  Is this Hoyt, or the guest artist?  I thought that the answer was fairly challenging.  Loved the cartoon too.  A very harried mother!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 11/17/14

Visual Description:  A beat Beetle about to be beat.

INVEG  =  GIVEN,  TIVDO  =  DIVOT,  FAYTES  =  SAFETY,  PARTUB  =  ABRUPT   —   Giving us:  GEDIAFUT

Clue/Question:  After wearing his uniform for three days straight, Beetle was – - -

Answer:  FATIGUED

(Great.  Sick, and very tired.  This is it for now.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 11/15/14

Visual Description:  Scoping out a plumb candidate.

LIDUF  =  FLUID,  CNIPH  =  PINCH,  XITOCE  =  EXOTIC,  AMOEBN  =  BEMOAN   —   Giving us:  FUIPHXIM

Clue/Question:  The repairman was single and his customers wanted to – - -

Answer:  FIX HIM UP

(Give him my number!  Not for a date, or anything.  I could just use a good handyman.  There are so many things that need repairing at my house.  And, I no longer have the energy, drive and confidence to do them myself.  I used to get into doing my own repairs, but no longer.  I got issues, folks.  But, enough about me.

There are no new clue words today.  ralis95 can rest easy, for a change.  All of the jumbles seem new though.  I like the jumbling of “bemoan” the best.  The answer letter layout was swell.  I don’t think that many struggled getting the answer though.  A great, homey kind of cartoon.  Those Jumble mugs must be very popular.  I’m seeing them everywhere.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

 


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