Jumble Answers for 04/05/2017

SULYO = LOUSY

GNBOO = BONGO

DLIDEF = FIDDLE

FROLLA = FLORAL

CARTOON ANSWER:

THE 18-HOLE COURSE WOULD BE LAID OUT IN A CIRCLE MAKING IT PERFECT FOR —

OUSONGFDLFOR = ROUNDS OF GOLF

Happy Wednesday morning everyone!  FLORAL would be my pick for the more challenging word this morning with the other three anagrams being quick solves.  At first glance of the cartoon in my newspaper, I thought the three people in the drawing were looking out an ornate porthole of a cruise ship.  After solving the words and soaking it all in, I chuckled and immediately saw that we were in the middle of a sales pitch for a new golf course design.  My guess was AROUND OF GOLF but it didn’t make sense so I wrote out my letters and immediately saw my error.  Here’s a picture of the 16-hole design so you can enjoy all of the detail Jeff obviously poured into this one.  Have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow.  πŸŒπŸΌβ›³οΈ

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24 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 04/05/2017

  1. Good morning, Mike; good morning everyone.
    Harry, be still your heart, this ones for you! 🏌
    “Address the ball…’ Hello, ball’..”! (Anyone)?
    Easy solve with the words, just blinked at floral also, but quickly recovered. Didn’t like the look of the double LL! Really good jumbling of words today, IMO. Filling in the words, and having the F from fiddle and the F from floral, I knew we had OF and GOLF. And ROUNDS was already a given. Thanks for the graphic. ( I liked the round table also).
    It’s sooooo foggy here, I commend my paper deliverer. 5:15 AM, every day. “Neither snow…nor gloom of night..” He does better than the Post Office! Twice this past winter we had no mail delivery due to the weather.
    Wishing everyone a great day, and hoping we all “follow ⛳️ through…” πŸ™‹πŸ»

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  2. Mike, If the paperboy does not deliver he does not get paid whereas the postal worker…….well you know. Ain’t it amazing, yesterday I could not solve and today i did not need pen or pencil to get er done. Watched Voice, that lad is really good, I bet he gets it from grandmother!

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  3. Well Angela, I wasn’t TEED OFF, rain in Indiana today guess I will just PUTTER around the house all day. That is if I can get a GRIP on things and PITCH in.

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    • Hey Harry, Sorry about the rain. Right now it’s 63 and sunny here! But we’re threatened with t’row’s rain rivaling Armageddon. Guess we just have to PUTT it all behind us. Have a good night. πŸ™‹πŸ»

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  4. Good morning. Yesterday it was Harry today it is me. For some reason I only got one word. Didn’t even get the cartoon. Worse day ever. Thought I felt good when I got up. Maybe a little tired. Now I’m depressed. (Laughing as I’m doing this). The good news is tomorrow I can start over. That being said. Stay well.

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  5. Hi! FLORAL! Ouch!! Loved your description of your solve, as usual, Mike. My solve mirrors John’s except for 3 minutes. I spent 6 minutes on floral with a 8:24 time. Again, Mike, thanks for your compliments yesterday about Josh. I will put yours and all the ones from yesterday into his journal/album and also the one from Harry today. A hearty THANK YOU to all who watched & commented!!
    Enjoy your Wednesday. See you tomorrow.

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  6. The Masters starts tomorrow perhaps why we had a golf themed puzzle.
    Oh I saw it in the window and just had to have it! Great reference from Carol Burnett spoofing Gone with the Wind.

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    • Clay, thank you for the reference for those words. I had forgotten she said that & maybe never heard it because of the volume of my laughter as she walked down the stairs with the curtain rod across her shoulders still in the curtain. That scene is one of my all-time funniest favorites, and I still laugh to this day when I think of it.

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  7. Anyone else see this picture as the instant before conception?
    (Didn’t think so. I’ll slink back to my cave now.)

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  8. Lauren Hopkins, Yesterday for the word UNFOLD, I spelled FLOUND first, as did you, which immediately showed me the prefix “un.” If I had not found the prefix & real word so quickly, I would have looked up FLOUND in the dictionary, which I do for all of my original/made up/ imaginary but very clever words. I think FLOUND would make a lovely word. Thanks for commenting. Hope to hear from you again.

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