Jumble Answers for 11/25/2020

BROOT = ROBOT

LIEDY = YIELD

PNRSIG = SPRING

KWAANE = AWAKEN


CARTOON
ANSWER:

BEFORE THEY CHOSE A ROUTE TO TRAVEL, THEY LOOKED AT THE MAP TO – – –

OOT YI SPN AW = WAY” THEIR OPTIONS

11 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 11/25/2020

  1. Good morning. I had a better outcome today. I way-ed my option today to give up on the cartoon answer or stick it out and solve it. After all the words were easy I decided to stick with and see it to the end. This one finally came to me after awhile. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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

    🚴🏻‍♀️ Today perhaps a ROBOT might be studying the field,
    But would these die-hard Bikers be so willing and just YIELD?
    I doubt they’d be so quick to SPRING and give the bot the helm,
    And maybe be AWAKEN feeling lost and overwhelmed
    I think they’d rather study maps, not go with new adoptions…
    To be assured it’s the right path after they “WAY” THEIR OPTIONS…🚴🏻‍♀️

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

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  3. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Feeling as if they were fighting their way to AWAKEN from a ROBOT-like trance, they refused to YIELD to all the stifling restrictions management tried to SPRING on them, and decided to WEIGH THEIR OPTIONS as they saw fit…🤷🏻‍♂️

    🤖 They tried hard to build a ROBOT and AWAKEN it to be,
    Something that would YIELD to them…a mini hierarchy…
    With every SPRING and nut and bolt they used on their concoction…
    These budding little scientists knew how to WEIGH THEIR OPTIONS…🤖

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  4. Here are 10 Fun Facts about BICYCLES!

    10. The word bicycle started being used several years after the first bicycles went on sale. The first models were called velocipedes.
    9. You can fit around 15 bicycles in the same space that one car occupies.
    8. The longest tandem bicycle seated 35 people and was more than 20 meters long.
    7. Bicycles save over 238 million gallons of fuel every year.
    6. Orville and Wilbur Wright, the brothers who built the first flying airplane, operated a small bike repair shop in Dayton, Ohio.
    5. In the Netherlands, 30 percent of all trips are on bicycle, and seven out of eight Dutch people over 15 years old have a bike.
    4. America’s first bicycle race took place in Boston on May 24, 1878. That’s 13 years before the invention of basketball and two years before baseball.
    3. There are 364,000 bicycles manufactured in the world each day. That’s 15,000 bicycles an hour, 253 per minute, or 4 every second.
    2. It is estimated that approximately 10% of New York City’s working citizens commute to their jobs by bicycle.
    1. The fastest crossing of the United States by bicycle was achieved by Christoph Strasser (Austria) on June 18, 2014. With an average speed of 16.42 MPH, it took him 7 days 15 hours and 56 minutes to cycle from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland!

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  5. Hi all – Saw all the words quickly including the sneaky YIELD with the leading Y. I had to stare at the answer letters for quite awhile. The only long word I saw at first was POISON, as in, they were going to Pick Their Poison. I finally saw WAY, which showed OPTIONS.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “The plan for the Starship journey was for the crew to blast off and then YIELD control to the ship’s ROBOT which would AWAKEN them in the SPRING of 2520, Earth time.”

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  6. I hit a short speed bump at YIELD but didn’t let it slow me down much. Remembered the discussion we had here about words with Y where the Y is not at the end and VOILA! Interesting bike facts as well. Have fun this hump day and see you on the other side of the dromedary……….

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  7. No problem with the anagrams or the cartoon answer. Saw options right away so “way” was a given. As always enjoyed all the fun facts about bicycles, Mike. Wishing all of you a good Wednesday.

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  8. So I’m not that good at spelling which means I’m not that good at jumbles or scrabble either. I did manage to get the four words having trouble with awaken thinking it might be weakan , looking it up in the dictionary that was wrong, Which I kind of figured but wasn’t positive. With the mystery answer my first word was either “PEN” or “set” which of course didn’t help my cause at all, and I gave up and cheated, after cheating, like always, I wish I hadn’t . Lol

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