Archive for March 27th, 2016

Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 03/27/16

Quentin Crisp by Ella Guru

Quentin Crisp by Ella Guru (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There was no need to do any housework at all.  After the first four years the dirt doesn’t get any worse.”   —   Quentin Crisp

(I guess for him, cleaning was . . . a drag.  LOL!  He does kind of have a point.  Although, I wouldn’t recommend this logic to any prospective couple.  This is the kind of thing you want to grow into . . . gracefully?  It’s awfully hard to get around doing laundry and dishes, but dusting and vacuuming are much easier to . . . put off . . . indefinitely.  But, don’t listen to old Quentin, or me for that matter.  Cleaner is healthier, and it’s good for your conscience.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Easter Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 2016

Easter eggs // Ostereier

Easter eggs // Ostereier (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  Injured Easter Icon Enlists Innocents.

RALYHD  =  HARDLY,  NEDPAX  =  EXPAND,  NEDHIB  =  BEHIND,  TURIVE  =  VIRTUE,  TIVLYE  =  LEVITY,  CRADIN  =  RANCID   —   Giving us:  RLYEPNBEHVUEEYND

Clue/Question:  The rabbit and his family got all the Easter eggs delivered on time because – – –

Pre-Answer:  Two Words – (5-letters 5-letters)  (6-letters)

Easter eggs from France

Easter eggs from France (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer:  EVERYBUNNY HELPED

A Cute Little Bunny With Some Eggs

A Cute Little Bunny With Some Eggs (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Not the easiest Sunday Jumble, that’s for sure!  No new clue words, but I thought the bottom three jumbles were rather challenging.  I passed on #4, then I passed on #5.  #6 took me a few looks before I came up with “rancid”.  Like putrid, it’s such a descriptive word!  I came back and got “levity” on my own, but “virtue” escaped me.  Kind of ironic, I guess.  I didn’t have to back into it though . . . because I gave it to my daughter, and said:  What’s this word?  Yes, your dear old uncle cheated a little today.  So, sue me.  Because, I have a strict no refunds policy.  The answer letter layout was pure genius.  But, once you realized that “BUNNY” had to be one of the en-quoted 5-letter words everything else fell into place rather quickly.  Cute cartoon.  I wonder how E.B. broke his leg/foot?  Lucky for him he had so many eager kits!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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