Jumble Answers 10/05/2020

FSULH = FLUSH

WORFN = FROWN

TOMONI = MOTION

CILATI = ITALIC


CARTOON ANSWER:

THE CAULK AND PUTTY GUY WAS OUT, BUT THERE WAS SOMEONE ELSE WHO COULD – – –

FLH FRN MOI ILI = FILL IN FOR HIM

10 thoughts on “Jumble Answers 10/05/2020

  1. Good morning. Welcome to Monday jumble. Easy breezy from words to the cartoon answer. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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  2. Definitely an easy Monday puzzle even w the i’s in italic,the many letters,and multiple short words in the cartoon solution.I usually have trouble w multiple word answers,but not today!

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  3. Extremely easy Monday. With the cost of labour excessively high I always end up being the one to fill in..electricity, painting, carpentry, plumbing even now at the age of 80. I was my wife’s favourite painter although I always hated painting!
    Be well
    Christian

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

    👤 You gotta love the caulking, it’s mindless and it’s quick…
    You use circular MOTION to ensure the putty sticks…
    You make sure every crack lies FLUSH and smooth against the wall
    There’ll be no FROWN when you are done…you’ll repair one and all
    Just like a font ITALIC, there’s beauty when you see…
    A finished wall, back so intact…now imperfection free…
    So even though they needed Tom, who spread himself too thin..
    A text was sent…and someone’s there to help FILL IN FOR HIM! 👤

    ✍🏻 Assuring his friend that he could FILL IN FOR HIM, he used precise MOTION to produce an ITALIC type, but he felt his face FLUSH, when he went askew and noticed the FROWN upon his friends face…✍🏻

    ♠️ He sat and scanned the faces, in his hand he held a FLUSH,
    He knew to make no MOTION, looking at the pot so lush
    The cards they shone like sapphires, ITALIC font embossed,
    And he felt ever confident as other cards were tossed…
    He saw a FROWN on someone’s face…another guy looked grim
    And he sat grateful to the friend who asked FILL IN FOR HIM ♠️

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  5. The reverse rule made my morning as ITALIC came into play. The double ‘O’s refused to sit together, even made a MOTION to adjourn the Jumble. Denied! Nothing needed to be FLUSHed and nary a FROWN was on my face.
    The solution seemed to be more of a double meaning than a PUN, but I will defer to the more experienced in here…..
    No fuss, no muss, no bother, no clean up! Monday has arrived in JumbleLand and all rejoice.

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  6. Hi all – FROWN took an extra look, and then I saw the slightly macabre INTOOM before seeing MOTION. The answer was shown by the cartoon and dialog.

    I don’t know if it’s the same thing, but I did slightly know a guy in the “painters and tapers” union; installing and prepping drywall, I guess.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “Spread himself too thin” made me laugh, Angela.

    “The restorer’s face showed a FLUSH and a FROWN and worse, when one wrong MOTION by the assistant he trusted to FILL IN FOR HIM ruined the ITALIC script in the medieval manuscript he was working on.”

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    • LOL! Me too, Steve! 😉 Tks. And nice, you getting the solve into your sentence…👤🙋🏻‍♀️

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      • It occurred to me to go back and try to work the answer in only because you mentioned it a couple of times. It doesn’t always work, but sometimes it does, and it’s fun.

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