Jumble Spoiler – 03/17/15

Scrooge's third visitor, from Charles Dickens:...

Scrooge’s third visitor, from Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas. With Illustrations by John Leech. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First edition. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  A holiday mish-mosh.


Clue/Question:  If Christmas was held on March 17, then we’d get – – –

English: Saint Patrick stained glass window fr...

English: Saint Patrick stained glass window from Cathedral of Christ the Light, Oakland, CA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


(And, we’d put out beer and pretzels for Santa, instead of milk and cookies!  By the end of his ride he’d be totally sloshed!  So many kids would get the wrong – maybe even inappropriate – presents.  He’d be puking off your roof, or in your fireplace.  He’d be flying through restricted airspace.  Oh, it would be total chaos!  I guess it’s a good thing that Christmas is held in December, after all.

No new clue words today.  Three of the four jumbles were new though.  I could only verify that we’ve seen the one for “notch” before.  Excellent job on the answer letter layout.  It was a super jumble.  And, of course the cartoon, with Jeff and David, and Santa Patrick and the shamrocks, was lots of fun.  I hope everyone had a safe Saint Patrick‘s Day.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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