Jumble Answers for 06/06/2021

LORALD = DOLLAR

LUNFEG = ENGULF

TNRAYO = NOTARY

MSAYUL = ASYLUM

DSUBAR = ABSURD

SUCACE = ACCUSE


CARTOON ANSWER:

IT WAS EASY FOR THEM TO LEAVE ON TIME BECAUSE EVERYONE WAS – – –

DLA EL RY AYL ARD AE = ALREADY ALL READY

22 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 06/06/2021

  1. Good Morning, Everyone . I hope this finds you well
    🧳 FAMILY VACATION – FROM HERE WITH QUARTERNITY 🧳

    🎶 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N! In the summer sun!…Put away the books, we’re outta school! The weather’s warm, but we’ll play it cool!…We’re on vacation, havin’ lots of fun! V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N! In the summer sun!…🎶 “Vacation” – Connie Francis 1962 https://tinyurl.com/2czw7ms6

    🧳 A kid and a vacation…trust me no one would ACCUSE,
    Them ever to be blasé, ‘cause once they have heard the news?
    Life’s turned into ASYLUM-like, it can get quite ABSURD,
    Excitement overtakes them…from the moment that they’ve heard…
    Bet DOLLAR to a donut, ENGULF def comes into play,
    It’s all that they will think about until departure day…
    (And NOTARY won’t make the cut, despite how hard I’ve tried…
    It doesn’t fit in here at all…I’m letting it just slide…)
    So getting back to telling kids..news that turns things all heady?
    It’s best to keep a lid on it…’til ALREADY ALL READY! 🤷🏻‍♀️

    So…the sun’s not even up, but these kids sure are. And I bet they hardly even slept…Hmm. You know this could go one of two ways, right?…Either they’re exhausted, and as soon as they hit the road, they’ll fall asleep…OR…these kids are so wound up, that the euphoric feeling may not easily wane. And in that case? Fasten your seat belts…it’s gonna be a bumpy ride!

    With nothing new to grapple with, and 2 anagrams repeated from 2017: LORALD and SUCACE, today’s words were a tiny bit of a challenge for two Early Birds. Not ones to easily cry Uncle, there was a slight pause here and there, and I think if I would have heard Flunge one more TIME, I might have PACKED it ALL in…But as for the solve? A CLOTHES encounter…Most of them were READY for it, and saw it right AWAY, but there was one of them who needed to RIDE out the letters…Or maybe there was another who followed SUIT…CASE of monkey don’t see, etc. – I forget…But regardless, let’s get this show on THE ROAD…

    With our Jumble family of four standing in their doorway, we’re about to embark on a vacation. And whether they’re driving to their destination, or just headed for the airport, is irreleVANt. What David’s going for here is the fact that these kids were up and READY to leave before the crack of dawn. And if you paid CLOTHES attention to the dialogue, Jeff did MAP it all out for us…With the Dad saying that he had ALREADY loaded the car, (which can be seen beyond the opened door), the daughter saying she’s packed, both she and her brother saying “Let’s go”, plus Mom adding that they didn’t mind getting up EARLY, we see that they’re ALL more than READY. So it was easy to leave on time…because everyone was…ALREADY ALL READY! (And why am I thinking of Matt McConaughey)?…Anyway…A bit of a stumper? Not really…You just needed to go down the right PATH…

    Jeff’s Gems? You can’t help but notice that the Dad spoke the word READY, which usually never happens when the word’s used in the solve. A slip of the tongue?…Or was Jeff just looking to head us in the right DIRECTION? And that cres-CENT moon up in the sky definitely lends credence to time being of the es-CENTS. Our kids, both in pajamas and slippers are toting their blankies. Our little girl is carrying a bunny, and a flower-patterned backpack to match her slippers, and our boy is clutching a Buzz Lightyear doll, while his backpack zipper-pull is a tiny Woody. But to make a TOY STORY https://tinyurl.com/dh3k34cu short, take a CLOTHES look at Mom. Arms around Dad, she ALREADY looks exhausted, and I think she may ALREADY be READY to PACK it ALL in! My money’s on her falling asleep first!

    So, There you have it Folks, Done. Have a great day. Be well, stay safe…and if you’re heading out on vacation, I wish you a WHEEL good trip! 🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

  2. The A’s have it…
    Three of the six anagrams, and two of the three answer words beginning with an “A”…
    I think we may have just made Jumble History here today! 🅰️ 🙋🏻‍♀️

  3. 🤷🏻‍♂️ With the crowd seeming to ENGULF him, he felt it ABSURD to wait for the NOTARY Republic to be free, but needing his services, and with his paperwork ALREADY ALL READY, he took ASYLUM in the outer hall, bought a soda for a DOLLAR from the machine, and resigned himself to wait…so as not to hear his wife again ACCUSE him of not following through…🤷🏻‍♂️

    💿 The bins held all old movies, selling for a DOLLAR each,
    He found the one where flames ENGULF the house along the beach…
    A few he found to be ABSURD, but still he stayed to look…
    For the one ‘bout the ASYLUM, since he really liked the book
    He found a documentary on a NOTARY’s duties,
    And thought how could that be hard…it seems to be a breeze…
    But wasting time at this display, which surely did diffuse,
    A large portion of selling space, to skimp no one’d ACCUSE…
    He then saw on the payment line his ride, his brother Eddie…
    And he was forced to give up – ‘cause Ed’s ALREADY ALL READY! 💿

  4. A quick look at the puzzle answer and we saw “AND READY”…but couldn’t figure out the first word. We sped through the anagrams and found no N so middle word couldn’t be AND. Moving right along, put ALL READY down, and the final word emerged. Clever and fun both.

    • Good Morning, Terry. I don’t think you’ll be alone with choosing AND for the middle word at first glance. I meant to mention that three of my friends initially voiced the word too. It seemed like a natural segue. And for ALL we know, it may have been David’s intent…Just to shake things up a bit for those of us who solve with the cartoon first, and not the words! 😉 You never know! Have a good one, Terry. Enjoy! 🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

  5. Fun today! DOLLAR & ENGULF slowed me for a few moments and the solution took some effort.
    Let’s see what manana brings….

  6. Hi Everybody – Notary and Asylum were a struggle for me, with Asylum requiring  lots of jumbling. I thought either Already or Ready would likely be part of the answer. Once I tried All for the middle word, I discovered it was actually both.

    • Good Morning, Caroline. It’s not all that often that either of the words are seen in print. So it stands to reason that they’d not be all that recognizable. Plus the anagrams are exceptionally good ones. And you were definitely on the right path with the solve! Wishing you a great day, Caroline. Stay cool! 🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

  7. Clever puzzle this morning. The cartoon answer took me some time. I saw ready right away but kept thinking “and” was the middle word but of course lacked the requisite “n”. Once I figured out “all”, the first already was very logical. Wishing all of you a good Sunday.

    • Hi Betty. Yes, very clever. And wishing you a good Sunday too! 🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

    • Could you be a bit more specific? We haven’t experienced any problem with any answers here on our end. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  8. With today being D-Day, let us pause to remember the Allied landing, and the brave souls who stormed the beaches of Normandy in the name of freedom. We must always honor their sacrifice, and hold dear the liberty they afforded us. And may God Bless America. 🇺🇸🙋🏻‍♀️

  9. Hi all – The double letter trick worked quickly for ACCUSE. DOLLAR always seems to take me a little longer than it should. Then NOTARY took a couple of jumbles, and I saw ASYLUM after trying LY as a suffix, again probably because of Leon Russel’s band “Asylum Choir.” And I still think FLUNGE should be a word! (Written, as always, before I read your writeup, Angela — maybe I should apply for honorary Early Bird status!)
    I thought the answer would end with AND READY, but crossing READY out of the letters showed the correct solution. All right, already! 😂

    Even I recognized the Toy Story toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear. (I almost said “dolls”, but I’m sure I’d be corrected to “action figures” or maybe “merch” or “swag.”)

    Good wishes to everyone.

    Too bad you didn’t get to use “dollars to donuts” yesterday, Angela!

    “The lawsuit was ALREADY ALL READY, and the charges that the disgruntled employee threatened to ACCUSE the ASYLUM owner of were ABSURD, but the cost of hiring a respected NOTARY and lawyer for top DOLLAR threatened to ENGULF the entire operation.”

    (I don’t see many mentions of it anymore, and I guess it gets a little lost in the aftermath of Memorial Day, but this is the 77th anniversary of D-Day. Here’s a nice comic strip to commemorate it):
    https://www.gocomics.com/redandrover/2021/06/06

    • Hey Steve…We posted at the same time…I was just putting up my D-Day comment. I’m running way behind schedule today, and like you, I hadn’t read your comment. And you’d be ok if you called them dolls…today we try not to buttonhole the kids into names. Whatever they choose? It’s all good. It’s actually kind of refreshing too. Your sentence…👏🏻👏🏻…nice! And Dollars to Donuts? I guess it went by the way of my Honeymooners comment…and my “Bugsy Salone”! 😂😂 Have a good one, Steve. Enjoy! 🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

      • My neck is still sore from shaking my head so hard at that Honeymooners skit! 😂

        • LOL! Seeing is believing. Trust me, it’s a hysterical piece…If you’re at all familiar with the Classic 39 episodes, and Art Carney’s delivery, there’d be no chance of you getting whiplash! 😂🙋🏻‍♀️

  10. Engulf looked like fung-el to me which set me back fom the cartoon solution.Also half the Sunday paper was missing,no comics,Parade magazine ,or TV magazine.I contacted my carrier,who said the distributor in Peoria failed to send those sections over!

    • I can see where you’d be upset, Professor. I feel the same when my paper’s messed with! But you’ll probably get the missing sections tomorrow. Hope the rest of your day went well. Take care…🧳🙋🏻‍♀️

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