Visual Description: More marketing madness.
KENTA = TAKEN, SUYFS = FUSSY, VESIDT = DIVEST, NOOTCT = COTTON — Giving us: TENSSIETON
Clue/Question: They were hoping to get a discount on the granite countertop, but the price was – – –
Answer: SET IN STONE
(Looks like the Limeys don’t recognize the compound word “countertop” like we Colonists do! WordPress has underlined it in red . . . twice, now! Vive la difference! No new clue words today. However, all four jumbles did come up as new. Dave’s answer letter layout was a nifty jumble too. I don’t think I missed any pertinent detail in today’s fairly domestic cartoon. To me, the whole granite countertop craze is a little heavyhanded. Sure, they’re nice. But, certainly not a necessity. Can you say: Keeping up with the Jones’? Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR