Jumble Answers for 04/24/2017





Mike, this one’s REALLY for you! 🍺

MONDAY MONDAY, So good to me”. Depends on how you look at it! Recognize today’s puzzle? Somehow look familiar? Deja vu…to you…too? (LOL) 

An on line paper mistakenly printed this puzzle last week, so we got to see it ahead of time. For those who may have missed it, I defer to the Master: Here’s  Mikes’ post: 

Good Monday morning my friends and welcome back to another week of Jumble fun! Monday puzzles are usually a snap to complete and today’s game continued the trend. The clue words were nothing to “SNEEZE” at though, with FORMAT giving me the most trouble followed by PLUME at a close second. With all of the clue words solved, it was on to the baseball themed cartoon. Just look at those luxury box seats and the folks enjoying some very swanky vittles! I’m sure that was a day they won’t soon forget. With only six letters to complete the pun, I’m almost positive that everyone was able to knock this one out of the ball park. When I watch baseball games on television, I often see those luxury seats unfilled at the larger stadiums and it’s a shame. Often times you’ll see the seats empty at the start of the game and near the last couple of innings they are nearly full. Probably fans sneak down to get a little closer to the action! I was trying to think of a city where my new favorite team the “Jumbles” or “Jumblers” hail from. Jackson, Jersey City, Jacksonville, or Joliet are all that I can think of that start with J. Perhaps they can be the worlds first online baseball team and we’ll call them the Jumble Answer Jumblers! Have a great day and remember to always swing for the fences. 😎⚾️👍🏻

So, there you have it! Hope everyone has a great day!  ⚾️🙋🏻

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

  1. I like the early posting of the solutions. Waiting gets me kinda ANT-SEE. Angela, you seem to be having lots of fun and that is contagious , way to go girl. The tomatoes I planted from seed are about 4 inches tall, will plant next week. Nothing taste better than an Indiana tomato or to quote Veep Dan Quayle, tomatoe….or was that potatoe? Maybee someone likee mee shoulde goe into hidinge!

    • Hi Harry, good morning. Yea, I’m an early bird; I see you are also. I love early morning. I find words in general fun, I devour puzzles. Doing this is cool, I have to be careful though not to get too out of control! LOL. I’m always being told to rein it in. I’m like…”Hey, I can’t help it if I’m a wit”! Usual response; “You’re a S—“! Yea, they have such class! HA! I give you props for doing the tomatoes from seed. Patience! I just went for the “pre-fab” ones this year! The smell alone makes me happy! God do I LOVE tomatoes! Between them and my basil plants, I can eat all summer! Quayle. Now there was a piece of work, right? Have a good day, take it EEEE Z! 🙋🏻

      • If they had any wit, they would say “You’re a twit”, but that obviously applies to them and not you, so don’t get into a snit!

        • HA! Good morning, Steve.

          Yeah, they may call me a S–t,
          I take no offense from it,
          It’s their’s, not my loss..
          I just consider the source…😀🙋🏻

      • Too well hidden for me — unless you mean Deja Vu from CSNY. But then “If I had ever been here before, I would probably know” — the answer.

        • Steve? Deja Who? Nope, not it. Come on, I really thought you’d have it by now! It’s early, you got 3 hours on me, you’ll see it! Oh and I read the post about Miss 102 this morning. I posted back at 5 AM. I think it’s just me and Harry alive and well at that time! Ok-keep looking! 🙋🏻

      • You threw me a clue, and I handled it about as well as the Mets and Giants – ouch! No idea; even cheating with Google is no help. Maybe it’s time for the Margaritas.

        • I did throw you a clue mentioning that only me and Harry are on here real early. Look at my first comment to Harry. It’s either more cryptic than I thought, or it’s

        • Sorry…my nails are too long for this! CONTINUING: Or it’s a bust! And leave the Mets out of it! Poor guys, they’re falling apart! 🙋🏻

      • Oh, ok, looking in the wrong place. The Eagles’ cover of Jackson Brown’s great “Take it Easy”? I was becoming a Desperado there until I came to my senses.

        • HA! Sorry, I didn’t mean to stress you. It was well hidden, and it wasn’t even spelled out. I thought it was a good one. Desperado! On my playlist also. I’m on the way to Home Depot, (not that easy texting while driving over NY streets)! because I have birds building nests in my awning. No they’re building condos. Huge! As fast as I get them down, they’re back up. I’ve tried a zillion things-still building. Within 10-20 minutes another one is up. They’re killing me! Im using the telescoping pool cleaning pole to reach all the way up there and dig them down, and I’m worried I’m going to damage the canvas. Jeez. There’s a ton of trees…why are they in my awning! I feel like Tippi Hedren! 🙋🏻

  2. Good morning. Unable to finish yesterday’s puzzle as I had to go out for the whole day. I’ll tackle it later. Today’s was fun. Didn’t realize we had the answer last week by mistake. That’s probably why it wasn’t solved lickety-split. But I did solve it. Until tomorrow stay well.

    • Hi Paul, good morning. Yes, we got today’s last week by mistake. Y’days puzzle answer had a total of 17 letters! When you write them all out, it reads like a name of a pharmaceutical! You’ll enjoy it! Hope you have a great day! 🙋🏻

    • No, I guess backsies was just the opposite! Actually there is no “backies”! It’s “Nobackies”. Like one word. You did it or said it, that was it. Now “do over” was…do over! (This is starting to sound like an Abbott and Costello routine, no)? You had to be lucky to get a do over…! Very rare..?LOL 🙋🏻

      • Actually it is( no do overs)! I am going to have to be more detailed what with this language barrier. You know, New Yorkess vs the rest of the world! whats on second.

        • But we never said BACKIES! Just NOBACKIES! (This is really intense for a Monday morning)! LOL…I agree, much is lost in the translation! Literally speaking, figuratively speaking. “Brooklynese speaking”! (I don’t even want to bring up the BOROS again, I’ll end up in South Bend…), but we ‘kinda spoke differently neighborhood to neighborhood! My Father was raised wayyyy on the other side of Brooklyn than my Mother. They even spoke differently! ‘Till today I can hear my Father say TERLIT for toilet! It slayed me! I loved it! But,my Mother (being from the ‘better side of town’), was traumatized by TERLIT! LOL..Yes, we are known for killing the English language, but we had such a good time doing it! LOL…”Then WHO gets it”?…Naturally! It’s been a pleasure, Harry! Catch you in the funny papers…😀🙋🏻

  3. I didn’t look at this one last week and it was really easy, as was the crossword and Sudoku – now I’m off to do the Daily Trivia. Have a great weekend everyone.

    • Good morning, Rita. It is a cute puzzle today. And easy. I see you’re a fellow puzzle buff. Can never get enough puzzles, right? Enjoy your day! 🙋🏻

      • You tell him Angela. I’m always yelling at my phone because she doesn’t understand Brooklynese. Here I think I’m talking good English and she never gets what I’m saying.

  4. We didn’t have this one in our paper either last week so it was a new one for me but an easy solve. To continue with today’s witticisms, I had an uncle who used to say “My Father is a great wit and I’m half the man my Father is”. Happy Monday everyone.

    • Hi Betty. HA! Good one! This sounds like something Yogi Berra would say! Now that was a man that could make you shake your head! LOL. It’s a good feeling to have certain memories, and how a word or a phrase can bring it all back. The little smiles. Happy day to you too! 🙋🏻

    • Hi Lelia, How did everything go y’day? Hoping Jerry’s doing better. Enjoy your day too! 🙋🏻

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