Jumble Answers for 08/16/2019















17 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 08/16/2019

  1. If you remove the quotes, hyphens, and spaces, the result is a wide variety of interesting anagrams, including FAIRYLAND BIT (this idea of an affordable Ford), FIB RADIANTLY (politicians do this all the time), RABIDLY FAINT, BANDITRY FAIL, DRAB FINALITY (all the cars are black), and BARF DAINTILY (but how?).

  2. Good morning. I would like to imply that imply was and is,my choice for hardest word. I made up my own at first and then realized that it was only in my head. Other than that little side trip to fantasyland,everything else was pretty easy. The cartoon answer was another clever one. Quotation marks be darn. Not today,I rolled right through it. Until tomorrow stay well. By the way,I was told by a friend that today is National Joke Day. I hope my weird sense of humor made you smile “just a little”.

  3. The DRAFT board did it’s best to IMPLY that a dodger (not LA) may be a CASINO employee and that the establishment should BEWARE of same.

    • You just get better and better, Chuck. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Nice job. πŸš™πŸ™‹πŸ»

  4. Good morning again. I would like you to BEWARE because at many a CASINO they made a DRAFT for the card gam, β€œLet It Ride”. If you had a straight flush for instance and dropped your cards to the floor, your hand becomes “null and void”. Now this doesn’t IMPLY that you cheated or that you were just clumsy. I’m just giving you the facts, just the facts. Stay well.

    • Dear Joe Friday…Very creative! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ». You done good…Here’s mine…I like words like DRAFT that can be used so many different ways…Have a good one, Brooklyn! πŸš™πŸ™‹πŸ»

      The simple sign did nothing more than IMPLY that there was a terrible DRAFT condition in the CASINO., even though they possessed the AFFORDABILITY to better alert the patrons to BEWARE…

      They needed write a new DRAFT, since they had changed the laws,
      There were things to BEWARE of, they had to add a clause…
      The nights they ran the Bingo game, CASINO night and such,
      Had rules that now did not IMPLY…there’d be no excuse crutch…
      The time had passed when all they did was divvy up the kitty,
      They had to get a lawyer to define AFFORDABILITY

  5. I also thought imply was limp-y at first,but casino gave me more reason to pause.The first 2 words a ford ,were a given quickly followed by ability.Enjoy the weekend.

  6. Hi all – Before seeing IMPLY, I saw LIMPY – like how you walk after stubbing your toe. All I could see for the third word was WEE BRA – possibly the smallest size? Got CASINO just from having seen it before. Thought the second answer word was LINE as in ASSEMBLY, but realized that that was in the dialog and FORD was in the letters. Then went back and saw BEWARE.

    I seem to remember in the early days of personal computing, people concerned about the prices wanted a low-cost CANTA FORDA computer kit.

    Have a great day, everyone. Hope Mike and Angela, our anglers, caught or are catching some edible fish! Possibly even some caviar – we’ll call them the Sturgeon Jumblers.

    β€œEven though the CASINO tried to provide β€œAFORDABILITY” to its patrons, they would do well to BEWARE the liability limitations that signing the DRAFT of the entry documents would IMPLY”.

      • Glad to hear it! They took β€˜em hook, line and sinker, eh? πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

        • Ssshhh…We try hard not to use the word SINKer…πŸ˜‚ We did well. Tuna, bluefish and clams. Nice…πŸŽ£πŸ™‹πŸ»

          • πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ (Not sure my previous message made it) Caught tuna right out of the water and not the fish market? I’m impressed! Have a good rest of the night. πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

            • Uh…that’s the whole idea of fishing…to get them out of the water! πŸ˜‚ That’s where the hook and line come in! πŸ˜‰ But what previous comment are you speaking of? I only saw that last one…πŸŽ£πŸ™‹πŸ»

              • You know I’m having a few quirks with the site tonight also…It was DRIVING me crazy, but I think it’s straightened out now. πŸ€”πŸ™‹πŸ»

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