Archive for March 7th, 2015

Jumble Spoiler – 03/07/15

Typdom, Buchstabenspiel in Kreuzwortmanier, al...

Typdom, Buchstabenspiel in Kreuzwortmanier, alte Ausgabe von etwa 1930 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  A NEDROM YDA NAMRIT & WESLI!

PNETS  =  SPENT,  SENYO  =  NOSEY,  NPARIS  =  SPRAIN,  URBBSU  =  SUBURB   —   Giving us:  SENNSYSPINUBU

Clue/Question:  When the Jumble creators appeared at the live event, everyone enjoyed their – – –

Wordoku puzzle (without solution) made by hava...

Wordoku puzzle (without solution) made by havarhen ( talk ) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer:  PUNNY BUSINESS

(Well . . . one of them sings!  Hey, lady!  I went to one of their events, once.  I sat in the back, and observed all the frenzy of the word-nerds . . . just as you’d expect a cool kid to do.  Afterwards, I allowed them to meet me.  Naturally, they were thrilled.  They talked about buying me a beer.  I’m still waiting on that one.

Guess what, kids?  We have another new clue word today, in “nosey”.  Alert the ralis95!  Apparently, it’s an accepted variant of nosy.  Although, WordPress doesn’t seem to be happy with it!  They’ll just have to get over it.  What do people from England know about the English language, anyway?!?!?  All of the jumbles are coming up as new, for me.  Excellent answer letter layout!  I did not see the answer for a few minutes.  I actually saw BUSINESS before I saw PUNNY.  I always like cartoons when Jeff adds himself and David.  Who’s that lady planted in the audience?  Claire, or Kathy???  LOL!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 03/07/15

English: Impressions at sunset by JoJan.

English: Impressions at sunset by JoJan. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Things do not pass for what they are, but for what they seem.  Most things are judged by their jackets.”   —   Baltasar Gracian

(Humans in general – and men in particular – are such visual creatures.  So, the majority of our first impressions are going to be based almost solely on what we see.  Many people stress the importance of making a good first impression, but to rely exclusively on first impressions is a crying shame.  You need to take a second look, and delve beneath the surface, before you make a judgement.  There are many kinds of beauty in this world.  We shouldn’t limit ourselves to only the ones we think we see.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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