Jumble Answers for 04/10/2021

SSLHO = SLOSH

HESUR = USHER

SYUILB = BUSILY

NILHYT = THINLY


CARTOON
ANSWER:

THEIR GRANDPARENTS LEFT THEM A FORTUNE IN GOLD.  THEY WERE THANKFUL TO BE – – –

SLO UER BIL HIN = BULLIONHEIRS

26 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 04/10/2021

  1. Good Morning, Everyone. 💰 BAR FOR THE COURSE?💰

    🎶 If I were a RICH man, hubby, dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum…Lord who made the lion and the lamb, You decreed I should be what I am…Would it spoil some vast eternal plan?.If I were a WEALTHY man?…🎶 “If I Were A Rich Man” – (from Fiddler on the Roof) – Performed by Topol 1971 https://tinyurl.com/mbpavexv

    💰They can SLOSH around in money, USHER in the best of things,
    ‘Cause they lucked out with Grandparents who left serious “Cah-Ching”!
    And where others may have spent a pile, the couple BUSILY
    Amassed themselves a fortune, which the kids now get for free…
    Let’s just hope they don’t get reckless, spending THINLY is the way,
    So that this gold that’s bequeathed lasts them till that rainy day
    ‘Cause these two, they’re looking iffy…and if not treated with care…
    Bye-bye to being rich for long with these new “BULLION-HEIRS💰

    So…Talk about bling. What we have here today Folks…is a bling fling! Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching! Who knew? Definitely not these two, that’s for sure. Are you able to get a closeup of what’s in that chest? I hope so…because there’s gold in them thar hills! And now it all belongs to this brother and sister. A fortune, indeed…But, for the rest of us unFORTUNEate Folks…let’s move on…

    Our words. Today, once again, all our words are just as old as that money. Well no, not really. Actually they’re pretty new…three from last year, and one from January. But they’re old as far as our Daily Puzzles go. And except for USHER, which for some reason wasn’t a complete walk-off for one of the Early Birds, the rest was all CASHed in easily. And the solve? Well, for those who suffer the Quotation Trepidation? Fear not. Because the big hints are WRITE there…to COIN a phrase…

    So…Somewhere in Grandma and Grandpa’s house, we find our siblings, Monet and Cash, opening up a treasure chest. And what’s inside has gotten them lead over steels, because it’s full of gold. Gold bars piled high in the chest. gold coins lying on the floor in sleeves, and gold ingots, draped in what looks like a velvet case. Gold as far as the buy can see…And whereas they were expecting just some jewelry, this mother lode of BULLION https://tinyurl.com/m4pnzjne has them close to delirium. So it stands to reason that to David, they’re now…“BULLION-HEIRS”! And how rich is that? Uh…very. So once again, David’s struck gold! And what’d I tell you earlier? The gold = the BULLION? And Monet and Cash…the HEIRS? Yep, it definitely all adds up!

    And our cartoon is rich too, because there’s gems to be had…I’ll start with the portrait of Grandma and Grandpa on the wall. I imagine that they led a simple, understated, somewhat austere kind of life…all the while quietly investing wisely, and managing to sock away a small fortune. Wait…did I say small? Well scratch that…Because it’s obvious from the looks of things that Monet and Cash can now afford the best of anything. (And maybe they’ll start with visiting the best salons in town, something that definitely seems to have been lacking so far)…But besides that, it definitely looks like they’ll both be on easy street for life, and they’ll be able to afford plenty of things…BAR none! But the money shot for me today? If you look real closely at the little curios on the shelf? They’re figurines of four little boys. I think they’re Hummels. Take a look at the one seated with the umbrella… https://tinyurl.com/4s2r2hk2 And if you‘re a daily player with us, you may remember the puzzle of 03/31, where we thought perhaps the Grandmother knitting the mittens had a little statue of the Morton Salt Girl on her shelf. Well now I’m pretty sure that that was a Hummel too….But that shelf? Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching all over again! And I do think we may have solved another of Jeff’s whimsical, mysterious gems!

    So, There you have it Folks, Done. Have a good one…Be well, stay safe, and let’s hope our HAIR apparents find a good salon! 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  2. ….AND OUT OF THE JUMBLE ARCHIVES…📆 🙋🏻‍♀️

    The puzzle of January 30th, 2016: After they struck gold, the owner of the gold mine was a…And the solve? “BULLION-AIRE”!

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  3. 🥂🍾 The BILLIONAIRES decided to USHER in the New Year with the best of gourmet food, and enough champagne to SLOSH around in…but their neighbors, with their THINLY veiled contempt, were BUSILY gossiping about them…🥂🍾

    🏊🏻‍♀️The kids wanted to SLOSH around…the pool, it had them stoked,
    But they were being punished for the statues that they broke…
    They BUSILY tried oh so hard to USHER in some good,
    But Dad had put his foot down, and relent?…No way he would
    His displeasure now not THINLY veiled…and he told his little heirs…
    “You think we’re made of money?…No, we’re def not BILLIONAIRES”! 🏊🏻‍♀️

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  4. I’ll give myself partial credit for guessing “BULLION-AIRES” before doing the words. I saw the gold ingots in the chest and “poof”….the bullion jumped into my mind !!!

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    • Hi Terry. Good Morning. I hope you weren’t following me, because I incorrectly typed AIRES instead of HEIRS, in two places in my post…and went back to amend them. “Heirs” is half the pun! 😉 But I’m with you on the Poof! It definitely was a GOLDen moment! Thanks for commenting…and please do so again. Be well, Terry…and stay safe out there. 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  5. Good morning. Today was an enjoyable one. Nothing came easy. Three of the words I had to wait for the light bulb to finally go on in my head. The cartoon answer took the most time but wondering what Angela would be thinking helped me out. It finally came to me after staring at the gold then the leftover letters gave me Heirs. This reminds me of a friend that I saw every once in awhile who moved back in to his fathers house after he passed away and started to renovate it found close to two hundred thousand dollars behind a wall he tore down. Loved your song choice Angela. The first time I listened to the words of the song. Enjoyed it especially with the video. With your remark about the Hummel you had me checking my group. I didn’t find the umbrella ☂ boy but I do have the smaller one of the girl. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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    • Good Morning, Brooklyn. Thinking like me? You poor Baby! You really don’t want that! 😂 But I’m glad you got the solve…it really is an enjoyable puzzle. And don’t you just love those “feel good” stories? We should all be so lucky, right? The Hummels? I have a stash of them too, but I bought them over the years for my Mom, so they’re sentimental things. And the song? I’m glad you enjoyed it. I always liked it…and if you catch me in the right mood, it makes me cry. Who knows why…I guess it’s something most of us can relate to…Here’s to a good day, Paul. Rain and all. Stay well and safe. 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  6. Heirs came to me, but I was stuck on the rest until I discovered that what I thought was a “v” in my letters was actually a “u.” Loved the answer! Great work on the Hummel solve, Angela.
    That was quite a find for your friend, Paul. I’ve heard about these things happening but never to anyone I know.

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    • Hi Caroline. Good Morning. Good thing you noticed it…you would have been GOLDing around in circles with that V! 😉 And I agree…it’s a great answer. Thanks on the Hummels. I was thinking Precious Moments figurines too, but something about the little boy on the swing swayed me. It just looked so familiar…it must be one of the ones I have. Just wish I could pinpoint that first one. Hopefully someone might recognize it. Have a good day, Caroline. Be well and stay safe. 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  7. Cute puzzle this morning. I thought of “heirs” right away so was able to figure out “bullion’ as well. Good sleuthing on the Hummels, Angela. Wishing all of you a good Saturday.

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    • Hi Betty. Good Morning. Yes, cute and clever as always! And thank you…So, I thought of you this morning…in light of y’day’s “CHANTS’s Are”, and thought you might enjoy this. An alternate song choice that floated into my head this morning…This one’s for you…🙋🏻‍♀️
      Wait for it…😉
      https://tinyurl.com/yp2z42rx

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      • Great song, Angela. As they used to say on American Bandstand “I like the beat!” I will be humming that one all day. “Hey Hey Get Off Of My Cloud”, indeed. By the way don’t know if you know it but Johnny Mathis is a local fellow, grew up in San Francisco.

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        • Johnny, yes. And this is a great song…but I think I was pushing the envelope…The gold = A U. 🎶“A, U…Get off of my cloud”…🎶. Steve didn’t get it me either. Sigh… And this is why I told Paul that he doesn’t want to start thinking like me! 😂 My friends do a lot of head shaking when I’m around! 😂 🙋🏻‍♀️

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  8. I saw heir right away probably because I have none…. Not easy anagrams however. Dodgers got their rings yesterday and it was a very classy ceremony. Now is time for a TWOpeat!
    Try to stay out of trouble and Jumble on!!!

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  9. Hi all – Cruised through the words until the last one, then paused until putting LY at the end to see THINLY. I thought surely the answer would be a pun on “inherit” which fit, but the letters didn’t cooperate. After a minute I realized that the gold was BULLION which showed the very clever double pun.

    🎵”Money, it’s a gas!
    Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash”🎵 (Pink Floyd, “Money”)
    https://tinyurl.com/mmnbusx2

    A particularly good opening poem today, Angela!

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “The wedding reception USHER moved BUSILY about the room, but was only able to THINLY disguise the fact that he’d been sneaking the wine he proceeded to SLOSH all over the guests.”

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    • Thank you, Steve…And ain’t it annoying when those letters won’t cooperate?! 😉Always spelling trouble! 😂 Enjoy the day, Steve. Be well and stay safe out there…💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  10. Late morning for me as I slept in for a big change.Tackling the anagrams was a snap,followed quickly by the cartoon solution ,given heirs as a start quickly followed by bullion heirs for the complete solution ,even in quotes,which usually troubles me.

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    • Kudos on the solve, Professor…I know how those quotation marks give you grief. Wishing you a great day, Prof. Be well and stay safe…💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  11. The only word that took any time was USHER. For the answer, I first had no clue. I tried finding words, but it wasn’t until I found billion that I could solve it- changing it to BULLION left HEIRS. I loved the answer, as it wasn’t easy to find.

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    • Hi Dennis. But once you get it, it certainly is a clever one, right? You can’t help but love it. David never ceases to amaze me! Good to see you again, Dennis. Be well and stay safe out there…💰🙋🏻‍♀️

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  12. I know it’s kind of late in the day to be mentioning it, but I’m kind of flying by the seat of my pants today…But today is NATIONAL SIBLING DAY. And to all the siblings out there, mine included, I’m sending y’all a Shout Out. We may not always see eye to eye…and that’s ok…as long as we always see heart to heart…Enjoy! ♥️🙋🏻‍♀️

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