Jumble Answers for 11/26/2020

TELFE = FLEET

NLUPK = PLUNK

LEWBOL = BELLOW

WAREYL = LAWYER


CARTOON
ANSWER:

WHEN IT COMES TO THANKSGIVING TURKEY, HE TENDED TO EAT A LOT, WHICH HE – – –

FLE UNK LLW LWE = KNEW FULL WELL

17 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 11/26/2020

  1. 🦃 Here are 10 Fun Facts about: THANKSGIVING! 🦃

    10. President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a national holiday on October 3, 1863.
    9. In the midst of the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt decided to move Thanksgiving up one week in order to allow more time for shopping before Christmas.
    8. The first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was held in 1924 and featured animals that were borrowed from the Central Park Zoo. There were monkeys, bears, camels and elephants.
    7. There are four towns in the United States named “Turkey.” They can be found in Arizona, Texas, Louisiana and North Carolina.
    6. The average number of calories consumed on Thanksgiving is 4,500.
    5. 30% of Thanksgiving dinner hosts have served something other than turkey as their main course (pork is the second most popular option).
    4. Before becoming a Christmas song, “Jingle Bells” was an 1857 song titled “One Horse Open Sleigh,” and its composer, James Pierpont, intended for it to be a Thanksgiving Day song. It became so popular around December 25th that in 1859 the title was changed to “Jingle Bells.”
    3. The National Turkey Federation estimates that 46 million turkeys will be consumed in 2020. At an average weight of 16 pounds, that’s a total of 736 million pounds. As a comparison, 22 million pounds are eaten on Christmas and 19 million pounds on Easter.
    2. The state that raises the most turkeys in the U.S. is Minnesota. The 450 turkey farms in the state are responsible for about 18% of all turkeys raised and sold in the United States yearly.
    1. The day after Thanksgiving, commonly referred to as Black Friday, is the busiest day of the year for plumbers. It is known as “Brown Friday” in the plumbing business!

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  2. Looks as if I am not the only one still awake. It’s 3 AM here and newspaper came very early today and I could not resist doing a fairly easy Jumble before going to bed. Wishing each of you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  3. Good morning. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Hope however your celebrating, it is a good one. Im thankful that it (jumble) didn’t shut me out today. Loved your facts Mike. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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  4. Hi Everyone – No problems today other than Lawyer taking a bit longer than the rest.The dog at the table reminded me of ours.Thanksgiving was by far his favorite holiday. Wishing all a happy, safe day.

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  5. Not a very interesting Jumble today. The words came easy and the puzzle solution wasn’t obvious to me. May be time to have the Headless Horseman ride back in???? As always Mike provided interesting information!
    Hope you all are loosening your belts today and enjoying the holiday………………….

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  6. Hi all – First off, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. May next year’s be more normal. I’m thankful that this site exists for all the fun it provides throughout the year, so special thanks to Mike and Angela for the amount of hard work it takes to keep us all entertained.

    I figured the answer must have FULL in it, and then KNEW was there which implied WELL, but I had mistakenly put down WOBBLE for the third word. After seeing ELLBOW, I corrected it to BELLOW, and the letters then worked.

    “The pitcher KNEW FULL WELL that he could PLUNK the FLEET superstar at the plate, but that he would then BELLOW for his LAWYER and make it not worth the trouble.”

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  7. Appropriate puzzle for this day. Loved the fun facts, Mike. I think I heard somewhere that the busiest day for Roto Rooter is the day after Thanksgiving. Wishing all of you a very happy Thanksgiving! 🦃

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  8. Good Afternoon, Everyone. The man in today’s cartoon is Jeff’s good friend, the comedic magician, Mac King. The women are his wife, Jennifer Sils, standing, and I’m pretty certain their daughter, Elizabeth. It looks like Mac took the Covid warnings to heart, and celebrated today with just his immediate family and their dog. Mac’s had a leg up on these puzzles, being featured on many a Thanksgiving Day over the years; in fact, many in a row…where we’ve also seen a good number of guests for dinner…and I know for certain the dog appeared in the puzzles of 2016 and 2018. Last year though, Mac wasn’t featured at all…Fowl play? Who knows…but rest assured, he’s usually the stuff the Jumble Thanksgiving puzzle is made of…Hope you’re all enjoying your day. Be well and stay safe out there…🦃🙋🏻‍♀️

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  9. 🦁 Waiting while his parents spoke with the LAWYER, the child decided to PLUNK down on the floor, pulling his stuffed lion out from his FLEET of toys..and as it’s BELLOW was heard throughout the office, his Father reminded him that he KNEW FULL WELL the need to play quieter ….🦁

    🙇🏻‍♂️ The statue fell down on his head, the PLUNK made quite a sound,
    He couldn’t help but BELLOW, as it landed on the ground
    And for a moment, very FLEET, he felt disorientated…
    And wondered if he should remain as others celebrated…
    But when the others said “There’s blood, a LAWYER you should tell”
    His dizziness lent credence…and that’s when he KNEW FULL WELL..🙇🏻‍♂️

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