Visual Description: Having “fun” with baby bro.
SERDS = DRESS, OTFAO = AFOOT, ROLISA = SAILOR, PEGIMA = MAGPIE — Giving us: DRSFOAIMAI
Clue/Question: When asked if the horror film was too scary for his little brother, he said – – –
Answer: I‘M AFRAID SO
(C’mon! You know that he did this on purpose! That’s what some/a lot of big brothers do. LOL! No new clue words today, but three of the jumbles came up as new. They’ve given us “serds” before. I thought all three of the new jumbles were very good, especially “pegima” and “rolisa”. “Afoot” is one of those words that spells out in alphabetical order. The answer letter layout was another nifty jumble. The cartoon is a hoot. The intentionally scary clown came from the warped imaginations of a few poor slobs who seemed to find the benign clowns scary. They come from the same kind of kids who thought that Santa Claus was “scary”. I never had that problem, but I know that they’re out there. You just never know. I even once knew a girl who was scared to death of butterflies! Can you imagine? LOL! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR