Jumble Answers for 07/14/2020

NSYNU = SUNNY

LIOGO = IGLOO

DUEDHL = HUDDLE

CNEJTI = INJECT


CARTOON
ANSWER:

WHEN THE STUDENT SAID, “CAN I ASK A QUESTION?” THE TEACHER SAID – – –

 

 

SUY IO UDD JT = YOU JUST DID

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 07/14/2020

  1. Good Morning, Everyone. I hope this finds you well…🙋🏻‍♀️

    ☀️ As the young students gathered in a HUDDLE discussing whether or not a SUNNY day would cause an IGLOO to melt, one child was looking to INJECT his third opinion, until the others cried out in unison…”Again? But YOU JUST DID”…☀️

    ❄️💧The ice hung from the doorway, like an IGLOO she thought weary,
    She wished it would get SUNNY out…this weather left her teary…
    She’d HUDDLE up in blankets, the heating not top-notch
    A hot-toddy she planned to make…and she’d INJECT some scotch…
    She saw her neighbor by his door, she called out…”It’s so cold!
    I can’t deal with this ice we have…I guess I’m getting old…
    This cold spell‘s lasting way too long…by now shouldn’t it be rid”?
    He answered…“We need reach God’s ears…hopefully YOU JUST DID”! 💧❄️

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  2. Good morning. Again a continuation of yesterday. No problem with either the words or cartoon answer. Until tomorrow stay well.

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  3. I agree w Paul,no problem with the anagrams or the cartoon solution.I’ve remarked before that in this repeat year 20-20, we’ve had several repeat letter anagrams as sunny (2 N’s) igloo ( 2 O ‘s) and huddle ( 2 D’s) today,we’re doing fine here and hope you all are also staying well.

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  4. I will post it again. This Jumble’s cartoon answer is interesting because it has a sentence referring to itself. “Can I ask a question?” is a question. Just like “This sentence is a statement.” It reminds me of other sentences that refer to themselves, such as “This sentence has five words.”, “This sentence is written in English.” (that sentence is true but if you translate it into any other language it becomes false), and especially “This sentence is false.” and “I cannot be proved.” (the last is the basis for a famous result by the mathematician Kurt Gödel.) Next thing will be the word JUMBLE appearing in a Jumble.

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  5. It’s a Monday kind of puzzle on a Tuesday morning – easy and breezy. Hope all of you have a good day.

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  6. The letters that were circled were
    SUY-IO-HUD-JT
    I figured the answer but the letters don’t don’t make it with that H.

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  7. Hi all – Just a couple of extra tries to get the double-‘O’ in the right place for IGLOO. No idea about the answer, but as soon as I saw the ‘J’ the rest appeared.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “No matter how much they tried to HUDDLE together, the family in the IGLOO knew that the warm SUNNY day would INJECT some concern about their shelter.”

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