Jumble Answers for 10/19/2020

LRIGL = GRILL

NRUKT = TRUNK

DYBOON = NOBODY

GRHITB = BRIGHT


CARTOON
ANSWER:

THE INTERRUPTING RAM WAS BEING RUDE. THEY DIDN’T APPRECIATE HIM – – –

GI TUN NB IT = BUTTING IN

14 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 10/19/2020

  1. Good morning. This was a Monday special. Easy breezy from the words to the blind solve on the cartoon answer. Loved Angela’s song choice yesterday and hi Mike. Gee Mike you sure somebody didn’t see nobody on that date you gave. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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    • Good Morning, Paul. Thank you! ..And I think you’ll enjoy this…
      🎶 Once there was a silly old RAM..Thought he’d punch a hole in a dam…No one could make that RAM scram, he kept buttin’ that dam…’Cause he had high hopes…He had high hopes…He had high apple pie…In the sky hopes..🎶 “High Hopes” – Frank Sinatra 1959 https://tinyurl.com/pgfq8h6

      Have a good one, Paul. Be well, and stay safe out there…🐑🙋🏻‍♀️

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      • Hello there. You were right on target Angela. It was most enjoyable. Old blue eyes was young in that. Wonder if any of the kids turned out famous. Take care.

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        • Hi Paul. Definitely enjoyable. I knew you’d like it. Sinatra was 44 when they recorded this…here’s some info on it…
          “High Hopes” was originally recorded by American singer Frank Sinatra in 1959 in a hit version featuring a children’s chorus, which was later included in his 1961 album All the Way (this version is not the version that appeared in the film, as the film version paired Sinatra with Eddie Hodges rather than with a children’s chorus, and also, the lyrics were slightly different). The tune reached #30 on the Billboard Hot 100. The track peaked at #6 in the UK Singles Chart. Sinatra also recorded a version of the tune with different lyrics which was used as the theme song for the 1960 Presidential Campaign of John F. Kennedy.”. …
          What I love about it is the way he’s laughing at the beginning and after looking at some of those kids faces. The man had one hell of a smile…Between that, the voice, and those blue eyes? I don’t know how any woman could resist…❤️ The phrase Heart Throb does no justice….Anyway, those kids? Who knows. They’d all be around 70 now…Ok, it’s time to pull out some vintage Sinatra…😉. Have a good one, Paul. 🙋🏻‍♀️

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

    🧳 When the authorities began to GRILL them about the missing TRUNK, it seemed that NOBODY was BRIGHT enough to keep their mouths shut, and they all spoke at once, BUTTING IN with one another…🧳

    🤦🏻‍♂️ He polished up the ornate GRILL, he straightened up the TRUNK,
    He thought that this new car would help alleviate his funk…
    But yet nothing nor NOBODY could lift his deep depression,
    It seemed within his psyche something evil took possession…
    His friends had tried encouragement…”C’mon fight the good fight”
    But so far all their BRIGHT ideas just failed him in his plight…
    So he sought a professional, who said..”Let us begin…
    You talk and I’ll just listen…and there’ll be no BUTTING IN”! 🤦🏻‍♂️

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  3. Anagrams were a quick Monday solve,but I got done “in” by thev2 letter cartoon word,thinking it was “it” rather than “in”,leading to a false ,bunting it,solution,rather than butting in.

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  4. Sorry to butt-in in your conversation with your regulars… just to say that today’s Jumble was quickly solved. It’s Monday after all!
    Stay safe
    Christian

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  5. Hi all – Instant solve today; very easy Monday.

    I once saw a pickup truck with a huge dent in the tailgate, and the tailgate said “DODGE RAM”, which I guess someone took literally.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “NOBODY accused him of being too BRIGHT when he detached the grille of his TRUCK and laid it across the cargo area to use as a GRILL for the tailgate party.”

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  6. It’s a Monday kind of day with thick fog blanketing SoCal. Actually chilly out. No Jumble problems to furrow my brow.
    Discussion of Frankie takes me to Vegas where groups of us met during the 90’s and recreated the Rat Pack days. We actually occupied the Sammy Davis Suite in Cesar’s where Sammy lived for a few years and partied hearty. Sometimes we didn’t see the outside world for a week at a time, we even heard one time that it snowed outside while we were in there. We had Frank and Sammy impersonators in the suite and it was a ball, y’all……
    If I wasn’t with Sammy in summer I was in Alaska with Christian in his parka……

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    • Chuck…I vaguely remember something along this line…”Him“ is the objective form of the pronoun “he” while the word “his” is the possessive form of the pronoun “he.”
      …But I never gave it much thought, and I think I’ve always been on the fence about it. If it is wrong, I’ve probably used it as such…What I usually do is repeat it to myself to get the feel…but now that you’ve mentioned it…they both sound kosher to me! 🤷🏻‍♀️

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    • This is a tough one but I think Chuck is probably right. You wouldn’t say I don’t think “Him butting in bothered us.” As for the puzzle, all went well today.

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