Jumble Answers for 10/13/2017

HATSS – STASH

POSUY – SOUPY

DYEEML – MEDLEY

LIAPAM – IMPALA

CARTOON ANSWER:

THEY SAIDHELLOAS THEIR BOATS PASSED EACH OTHER ON THE – – – 

 

 

 

SHSEIA – “HISEAS

 


Good Morning, Everyone!                Happy Friday the 13th!

PARASKEVIDEKATRIAPHOBIA – No, not a second Jumble! The fear of today! I think I’d be scared just trying to pronounce the word!

🎶”Sail on down the line, about half a mile or so…Don’t really want to know where you’re going. Maybe once or twice, time after time I tried…To hold on to what we got, but now you’re going….”🎶

⛴  It’s great to be upon the SEA, just sailing down the bay
There’s days I think I wouldn’t want it any other way…
The sun, the sea, the smell of salt, there’s nothing to compare
Your skin feels warm, you love to feel the breeze whip through your hair.
You fall asleep, your dreams are sweet, in slumber do you wish…
You weren’t starting to awake to wafts of…”OH, not fish”!
They said we’d just relax today, just languish and sunbathe
But now they’re fishing and of course the smell it does invade…
I love the sun, I love the sea, but I’d just like to know…
Before time if they’re going to fish…Then I’d go sleep below! ⛴

Today we have a MEDLEY of words that are familiar and easy breezy. Except for  IMPALA…the scramble does look a little FAUNy, and it may have caused you to blink. SEAgueing on to the cartoon, Jeff gives us two “Ships passing in the night..” Or boats passing in the day…I just love saying the former expression! They’re on the SEA, and as they pass one another, the Captains yell, “Ahoy”…Hello in nautical terms. Notice that Dave has put the word “HELLO” in quotation mark for us? Saying “Hi”, while on the Sea…”HI” SEAS! Gun your engines…Full speed ahead! Done! We didn’t need much ANCHORagement here! Fear NAUT, this one was a gift! Good job, Jumble BUOYS! AYE candy? It’s not the most SEAnic cartoon, but let’s take a look…WATER we have to work with? There REELy isn’t much that KETCHes the AYE today. The rope? Hmm, deBAITable…Oh, WADEr minute, I got it. The Anchor on the Captains’ Yacht Cap. It’s that OAR NAUTing!
So, there you have it, Folks! It’s Friday the 13th, and nothing should be verBOATen..SEAS the day, and get out there and SAILebrate!!  ⛴🙋🏻

17 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 10/13/2017

  1. With a STASH of vintage tapes in the trunk of his IMPALA, the musician drove in the SOUPY night air of the city while enjoying a MEDLEY of Johnny Mathis hits.

    I got three words easily and was stumped by the fourth. Took a breather and studied the cartoon and the circled letters I had, and solved the puzzle and backed into IMPALA when I knew I needed an I and an A. Not my usual way of solving the puzzle and unscrambling the words, but it worked.
    “Chances Are” Angela and a few of the older Jumblers will know who Johnny Mathis is and appreciate a chance to think of some of his songs and hum them until the “Twelfth of Never”
    Enjoyed your poem and your posse of puns and points about the cartoon, Angela. Have a Fabulous Friday and give” A Certain Smile” to those you love.

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    • Good morning, Earl. When it comes to solving these puzzles, I suppose the old “Whatever FLOATS your BOAT” comes into play! 😉 And “🎶Chances Are..”🎶 VERY good that I know the music of Johnny Mathis! 🎶I’ll love you till the poets run out of rhyme, until the Twelfth of Never, and that’s a long, long time….”🎶
      Now you KNOW those are some of my favorite lyrics!
      So, today we’re doing “P”? Your sentence is a perfectly, poignant, portrayal of prose…😉
      Thank you, once again, kind Sir. And you know you make me smile every morning! 🙋🏻

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  2. Good morning. The sales person had stashed the medley of soup in the back of his impala. I had a devil of a time with the last two words. Went through two cups of coffee and countless times of going back and forth to the paper. But my persistence paid off. Even with the cartoon answer having a quotation mark I couldn’t fail that easy one. Another gold star for a correct solve. Yesterday’s National and Cub game was a nail biter. Anything that could happen,did. I’d say instant replay is necessary. It’s amazing how many things we miss at normal speed. Until tomorrow stay well.

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    • Hey Paul. You know every time I see quotes now, I’m thinking of you. I’m glad you persevered! Like the Cubs, huh? What was that last night? My head was spinning!
      How they didn’t throw it away on the walks alone, I’ll never know. Eight in the second half…It was definitely a game of numbers! Just tying to keep track of how many walks and how many pitchers Madden brought in had me dizzy! Imagine filling out a scorecard for this game? It was the wildest postseason game I can remember. Feet off the bag, reverse calls, hundreds and hundreds of pitches…catchers interference and hit by a ball….You name it, this game had it all! And could it go on any longer?? Whole lotta Baseball, that’s for sure!
      I like your sentence, and I think you’re having a fun time doing them! And, here’s the Gold Star for the solve: ⭐️ Enjoy your day. 🙋🏻

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      • That was a crazy one last night! The reversed call at first was something else; what, exactly, I won’t say on this genteel blog!

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      • Hey John. You know it. I still have a million thoughts going through my head. And the weirdest part? The Nats didn’t lose the game because of the reversal, but the whole game shifted after that, right? Let’s face it, Maddon lost nothing asking for the challenge. Eight inning.. And post game, hearing him tell it, he used the word “rule” like what 10 times? Rules. You mean technology. Whole new “ballgame”. You got Contreras, with maybe the strongest catchers arm in baseball, right? And he hands down has got the pick off throw to first down to an art. But still…Funny thing, here I was sitting watching all the wildness, and thinking that before this night, in the woman’s part of my brain, the name Louboutin meant shoes. Shoes with the coveted red sole. And now, Lobaton is etched forever in the baseball part of my brain as part of a cluster- – – k. (All due respect to the genteel blog). All our lives growing up, he would have been safe. Now, technology changes everything. The man, the game, the season. I was just thanking God I wasn’t a Nats fan last night…And my Father’s words were ringing in my head….”Yes, Angela, there IS crying in baseball….”
        Anyway, sorry. A lot of random thoughts. You know brevity was never my strong suit…
        Have a great day! ⚾️🙋🏻
        Sent from my iPad

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  3. The final two words came a bit slowly this morning. Hate to admit that the answer to the puzzle didn’t exactly snap into place either!

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    • Understandable…You’re still a little shell shocked from the game. We’re all suffering the PTSD today…Deep breaths….😉🙋🏻

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  4. Another time this week I got solution before clue words. Please please HP do not get the big head. It only makes the embarrassment that comes with failure that much worse!!!!

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    • Harry, I see you got your name back up. Good. Sorry, I meant hours ago to look up what you had to do, but I’ve been running around. Just in case, keep it in mind, because it happens every once in a while to a lot of us. 🙋🏻

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  5. Hi all – At first I thought it might be HI SIDE thinking “High Side” might be a nautical term like starboard, but like Lelia I noticed the large waves and SEAS appeared. As to my first thought of the last word, I’m glad that the captain, during his drive to the marina in his ‘64 Chevy with the longhorns mounted on the front didn’t IMPALE an IMPALA🙋🏻‍♂️

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    • Hey Steve. If you look closely at the puzzle, you’ll see that the water isn’t choppy. Choppy water would definitely be causing boats of that size to be bouncing and bobbing, and they’re sailing quite steady. And that Captain would never be able to stand like that if strong waves were present. What’s showing behind the boats is merely the wake. The phrase “High Seas” has nothing to do with waves or choppy waters, it simply means the open ocean. The Illusion of waves in the background is just Jeff’s depiction of deeper water.
      Impale an Impala…? 😳😉

      And the Beatles…They’re truly…”🎶Here, There and Everywhere…”🎶, huh? 😉🙋🏻

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