GECYA = CAGEY
DOORE = RODEO
NIDIEV = DIVINE
CURPEK = PUCKER
THE ROOSTER WOULD HAVE TO WAIT TO EAT BECAUSE THERE WAS A —
CGEREODINPKR = PECKING ORDER
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We didn’t get that stumper of a puzzle that we we’ve been craving for some time now, but we did get some exciting and fresh clue words and an old favorite. RODEO was back but has been used quite a few times in the past so it was a quick solve. Perhaps CAGEY gave you a hint of trouble? It sure is a unique word that isn’t used often so it was fun to decipher. My only hiccup this morning was with DIVINE, but it came to me by simply staring at it for a few moments. Moving along to the cartoon, we were transported to a delightful scene of of an early morning feeding in the chicken coop. As the farmer tosses feed in the background, we see a perturbed rooster expressing his displeasure of not being king of the roost as the hens get first pickings. I was able to blind solve the final solution by reading the dialogue but wrote out the letters just to make sure I was correct. Sure enough everything fell neatly into place for a quick solve leaving me excited for a new game tomorrow. The letter layout was fantastic and gave nothing away. I hope you had fun with this one and I look forward to hearing you cluck about it in the comments section. I’ll see you tomorrow! 🐔