Jumble Answers for 07/29/2019

NBCHE = BENCH

LIMKY = MILKY

TAKEAR = KARATE

TWULAN = WALNUT

 

CARTOON ANSWER:

THE CARDIOLOGIST HAD PERFORMED THE PROCEDURE SO MANY TIMES SHE – – –

 

BEH IKY RTE WANT = KNEW IT BY HEART

 

Good Morning, Everyone! ❀️ πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈTHERE’S HEARTLY ANYTHING TO IT! πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈβ€οΈ

🎢No need to ask, she’s a smooth OPERATOR…Smooth OPERATOR, Smooth OPERATOR, Smooth OPERATOR…🎢Smooth Operator” – Sade 1984

πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈ I dated a guy years ago, he dubbed me his WALNUT,
Said I was so good for his heart, the reason so clear-cut…
He had a love affair with nuts, he’d sit at his work BENCH,
And pile up the different shells…sometimes he’d get entrenched.
He swore nuts kept him healthy, he’d Judo and KARATE,
And sports were second nature, he was always up to play…
But even though I like walnuts, I much prefer Brazils,
Their MILKY color and sweet taste are what gives me a thrill.
But bottom line, nuts are real good..for health they do their part…
And if you’ve had concern for yours, you sure KNEW IT BY HEART! πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈ

As another week of Jumble play begins, David’s added another new word to the ever growing Database, BENCH. Our others, old favorites…We’ve seen MILKY on 11/17/17, KARATE on 05/27/18, and WALNUT on 12/21/18. And all three of today’s anagrams are new, and may I add very well scrambled. But none of it was in VEIN, because the Early Birds solved them all without missing a BEAT…So, let’s SCRUB IN and get to our cartoon.

Today’s scene brings us into an OPERATING Room, where we see a CARDIOLOGIST performing what I believe to be a Peripheral Artery Bypass through a persons leg. And I think AORTA tell you something right now…This unNERVES me to such an exSTENT, that I’m going toΒ BYPASSΒ itΒ as best I can, and I’m leaving it at that, because I HEARTly want to get INTO IT. I’m not knowledgeable on it, I’m not interested in reading about it…and TBT? I may be VARICOSE to losing my breakfast as it is…Trust me, I have a serious mental BLOCK, and in my opinion, this isn’t a puzzle for the faint of HEART. So, enough said. The Doctor, being asked how many procedures she’s done, answers that she’s become so proficient, she’s now able to “do them in her sleep”. She’s memorized the entire thing from A to KNEE…and as a result, she KNEW IT BY HEART…Good one, David. ARTERY lucky to have you!

Eye candy? Hmm…Nothing really CELLS..it’s pretty CUT and dry. Two female Doctors in blue scrubs…(I’m calling them both Drs..because, why not)? The patient lying on the table, covered in a blue sheet. And whatever that instrument is that the Dr’s using to project the reddish pink image on the screen…(And no, I’m not looking it up…there’ll be pictures and I’m already this close to CAVA in…). And then there’s that image on the screen…Uh Uh…Too much PRESSURE…I’m not touching that one with a ten foot pole…I’m just not finding this whole thing entertaining today, and I’m surprised because I can usually find something to pique my interest. Perhaps I’m just suffering from IRONY deficiency this morning…Maybe I should see my Doctor…So, There you have it Folks, Done. Have a great day, Everyone…And to all the CARDIOLOGISTS out there…My CATHΒ is off to you, and I hope my attempt at humor here didn’t come off as TACHY…It’s just that my HEART’S not reallyΒ into it today…πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈβ€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 07/29/2019

  1. The picture for today was misleading as the dr had the patients right knee ready for surgery… NOT HIS HEART

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    • Hi Carolann..Good Morning, While it may appear that there’s knee surgery taking place, I’m pretty sure it’s a whole other animal. David did give us Cardiologist…And If you’re up to it, I’ve included a link in my post above that gets to the HEART of things..,Thanks for commenting, and please do so again. It’s always a pleasure to see new BLOOD here on our page…Have a great day, Carolann…β€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

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  2. Good Morning, Paul And Chuck…Here’s my sentence..now I’ll PROCEED to take a STAB at a rhyme…πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

    Β° While waiting for the KARATE match to begin, he sat on the BENCH eating those MILKY WALNUT candies he liked so much, as he re-read the manual, even though he KNEW IT BY HEART…

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  3. Ok…I’m OPERATING on only 3 hours sleep, so it’s the best I can do right now…πŸ˜‰πŸ™‹πŸ»

    Β°The WALNUT BENCH was beautiful, to purchase it she must,
    The MILKY colored couch would match, along with drapes of rust..
    KARATE studios became a part of business now,
    And she was hired for the job…to show them all just how.
    So all excited she prepared…she couldn’t wait to start…
    Designing was her forte…and she KNEW IT BY HEART

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  4. Good morning. First off,a shout out to Angela. Loved your song choice and you had me laughing with your use of the words (both entries) and your boyfriends nickname for you. Reminds me of bocce when you make a good shot and to be modest you say “even a blind squirrel catches a nut once in awhile”. Had a heck of a time with Karate. All the others were quick reads but that word took my second cup of coffee to hit home. Once I wrote down the letters and looked at the cartoon, the answer was obvious. Clever finish. Until tomorrow stay well.

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    • Good Morning, Brooklyn…And Thank you…you’re such a 😘 Sweetheart…So glad whenever I can give you a laugh! Second best way to start off a morning! And if you notice, you’re not alone with KARATE, it seems to be CHOPping away at a few people this morning…Have a great day, Brooklyn…Knock ’em dead at the court today…β€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

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  5. After the BENCH clearing fracas, one of the players had a MILKY colored welt about the size of a WALNUT on his body created by a KARATE chop from one of the opposing players.

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    • Good Morning…and Kudos, Chuck! I really AORTA let you know that this is an exceptionally good one! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Very imaginative…A BENCH clearing fracas? WELT, excuse me! πŸ˜‰ Wishing you a great day, Chuck! β€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

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  6. Karate got me along w the rest of the voters,but the ” knew it by heart ” solution was a given.Being a heart attack survivor ,today’s puzzle struck too close to home for me.

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    • Good Morning, Professor. Yes, KARATE is definitely looking like the stumper today, and I agree the solution was way obvious, But I hope my attempts to get through the puzzle with a humorous slant aren’t taken as any disrespect. Unfortunately, heart problems plague my family, and I even have a close relative who received a heart transplant. So I’m on the record with having nothing but the utmost respect for Cardiologists, and I hope nothing I said offended you in any way. You know that would never be my intention…πŸ™‹πŸ»

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  7. Another vote here for karate which has stumped me before. No problem with the other words or cartoon answer. Happy Monday too all of you.

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    • Good Morning, Betty. It’s definitely racking up the numbers…Wishing you a Happy Mondsy too..Be well…β€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

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  8. Today I discovered how long I’ve been at this. I remembered WALNUT & KARATE & thought I had done the puzzle before, no, it’s been 6mos. to a year. I’ve also learned that a knee operation is another THING or ANIMAL. I was going to wait & see what Paul & Chuck were going to say, but I felt they would call it Monday’s “eezy peezy” not necessarily in those words & I would agree. So…GOOD MORNING! Angela, as usual your entries are fantastic (and enviable).

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    • Hi Jamu. Good Afternoon. It’s funny you mention feeling you’ve done the puzzle before. This morning I failed to mention that back on 11/02/17, there was a puzzle of a similar VEIN. It featured a medical technician administering an EKG to a patient., and it STRESSes how quickly he accomplished it. The question and answer for it were…”He attached the wires for the EKG quickly. He knew their positions” ..BY HEART. I’m looking right at the cartoon itself, and I wish I knew how to post it for you. But I’ll do second best, and give you the link to our post for that day. As soon as I saw today’s puzzle it rang a bell, and I knew it seemed familiar, so I went searching for it. How I forgot to mention it this morning, IDK. Could be that 3 hours of sleep! πŸ˜‰ Anyway, I’m not sure if you’ve been Jumbling since 2017, but if so, you have a great memory. If not? Go play the lottery! You may be on to something! πŸ˜‚ And thank you much for the Shout Out. It’s greatly appreciated. Have a great day, Jamu. β€οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

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  9. Hello again, Angela – I don’t know if I’m onto something, but definitely ON something, my daily prescriptions. I only remember because KARATE & WALNUT were problematic for me. And once again, I matched either Paul or Chuck. Maybe prescriptions too? Question for you Angela. Were you a journalism major? Your ability is so above norm. In my defense, anthropologists believe language was developed by cave women, while we (cave) men could only point & grunt .

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    • Hey Jamu. Never fear, I’m sure most of us are on some kind of meds…and I think half the ones who aren’t need to be! πŸ˜‰ But when you say Chuck, you mean Professor Chuck, right? Pennsylvania Chuck never speaks of his word play, he contributes sentences instead. Either way, it’s commendable to recall the words, so I think you did well by yourself…. As for me, yes, I majored in journalism. But I credit my late Father for fostering whatever ability I may have today. He had the patience of a saint with me. I was fascinated with words from as early as I can remember, and he taught me to read at three years old. After that….there was no looking back. He unleashed the beast! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰ And he taught me phonics, which unfortunately they don’t teach in schools anymore. I think it’s vital to spelling and reading and writing. Anyway, again, Thank you very much for the Shout Out…But as far as men vs women? I think we were terribly underrated for way too long…Imagine if we had the head start you men were afforded? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Have a good one, Jamu! Enjoy! πŸ” πŸ™‹πŸ»

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    • Lol. We not only grunt but pound our chest to attract the female to our side. Male dominance,we have to flex our muscles when it’s said that you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Guess you have to play it by ear.

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      • Brooklyn…You slay me.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ..Male dominance? Is there such a thing? I must have been absent the day they went over that in school….πŸ˜‚ And you call that “honey”, Honey? πŸ˜˜πŸ™‹πŸ»

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  10. Angela – Thank you for your response, I’m sure if your Dad saw your work, he must have been VERY proud. I can only admire & envy. Phonetics gave you the ability to find a pun where there was none ( couldn’t resist). I’m also beginning to believe some of the puzzler guys were also in those classes. My son has the ability to do the same; I envied him too, but he went into medicine. It’s ok, but I’d prefer literature.(yes, I would) Have a super day, til tomorrow I’m still…..

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    • LOL..And Thank You again for your kind words….But you gave me a chuckle…Medicine is one of the most, if not thee most noblest of professions., so I think I’ll take your comment with a grain of salt…Good writers are a dime a dozen, but a good Doctor is a rare blessing…My best to you both…And as for phonetics. I think it’s an invaluable tool….Too bad it’s fallen by the wayside…Enjoy the rest of your day, Jamu. Be well…πŸ™‹πŸ»

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