Jumble Answers for 12/03/2021 Posted on December 3, 2021 by Angela RUGDO = GOURD NSYUN = SUNNY CTNIEE = ENTICE DIRLAA = RADIAL CARTOON ANSWER: THE SUBWAY WAS RUNNING LATE, AND NOT EVERYONE WAS – – – GUD SNN NTE RDIA = UNDERSTANDING Take Our Poll EmailTweetPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Good Morning, Everyone…. 🚆TRAIN OF FRAUGHT🚆
🎶…I UNDERSTAND just how you feel…🎶 “I Understand” – The G-Clefs 1965 https://tinyurl.com/4y7rhmm5
🚆The subway when it’s underground leaves much to be desired,
Your disposition SUNNY when you board…but soon expired…
There’s nothing to ENTICE you, and you def can rest assured,
Between the crowds and lateness it’s easy to lose your GOURD…
The train runs on a RADIAL route, the most part anyway,
But guaranteed that where or when, it’s late most every day
So while most folks don’t sweat it all…long as they reach their landing…
There are those down under, standing…who are hardly UNDERSTANDING!🚆
Following the same ROUTE once again today, we’ve no new words, and it’s only RUGDO that’s been seen before. Another three new anagrams…amazing..And it was only DIRLAA that STOPped a few of the Early Birds in their TRACKS. But the solve, despite its length, was easily seen…The people were UNDERground…and STANDING. But from the dialogue between our two women…not all of them were UNDERSTANDING about the constant delays in service…And you gotta love the clever way that it was EXPRESSed…
A beLATEd thought…I’m not sure where we might be…it could be NYC, beCOURSE we do have an M line here, https://tinyurl.com/5x2n745e but it’s hard to keep TRACK of Jeff’s TRAIN of thought…
So, There you have it Folks, Done. Have a good one. Be well, stay safe…and I hope today’s puzzle’s more in LINE with your thinking than yesterday’s was…🚆🙋🏻♀️
AND IN OTHER WORDS…🔠🙋🏻♀️
GOURD: Last seen – 05/25/21 https://tinyurl.com/yc599rb4
SUNNY: Last seen – 05/24/21 https://tinyurl.com/2p93w5bz
ENTICE: Last seen – 09/29/21 https://tinyurl.com/3wc6hmax
RADIAL: Last seen – 03/17/19 https://tinyurl.com/4zz9vr2u
🤷🏻♀️ The professor, with the usual SUNNY smile, had no idea how to ENTICE Bob to do better…and wasn’t very UNDERSTANDING when he turned in a paper with both GOURD and RADIAL mistyped more than once in his assignment about the ‘radical’ fringe led by the man named ‘Gordon’…
🤷🏻♂️A RADIAL tire and a GOURD, part of the treasure hunt,
It did ENTICE him to a point…but if he would be blunt?
Not everything was SUNNY within the team that he drew,
He’d rather be on Team A …and just bid Team B adieu
But it’s too late to switch now, so with his team so demanding…
He’s stuck and he’s just hoping they can be more UNDERSTANDING…🤷🏻♂️
Harder J week then usual. Still enjoyable!
I saw entice as niece at first.
See you manana kids!
Have a good night, Mig…🚆🙋🏻♀️
It’s Friday and the weekend ! Today’s jumble was very fun , cause it was easy ! The anagrams were quick, good way to start the weekend ! I’ve never ridden in a subway, but I’m sure all the rules and such are 🎵 written on the subway walls 🎵 Not all the passengers were above the top of the tracks , some were UNDERSTANDING ! Everyone have a great weekend !
Same to you, Jim. Enjoy..🚆🙋🏻♀️
I agree with Mig. This was a tougher week than most, but fun. The anagrams weren’t hard, but a long one-word answer on the cartoon always psyches me out. I noticed the “-ING” that could be at the end of the word, but that didn’t help at all. I figured it would take a long time to solve…but then I lucked into seeing the word “UNDER” as part of the answer….and then “STAND” followed. So I got lucky and figured out UNDERSTANDING, but it could have taken much longer! Happy Friday!
Happy Friday to you too, Brad. Enjoy! 🚆🙋🏻♀️
Okay….so this puzzle was a little easier than most. Still, it was a Friday confidence builder for me, given the trouble I’ve had solving them lately. Blind Solve followed by quick anagram solve….all in a matter of 15 seconds or so….okay, maybe 20, but who’s counting. Perfectly understandable song for today, but not recognizable. Probably did dance to it once or twice (in our High School gym after a Friday Football game) but I don’t remember. See you Saturday morning
Who’s counting is right…as long as it’s fun. Have a good one, Terry. Enjoy! 🚆🙋🏻♀️
🤷🏻♀️ Left with no choice but to take the train,
Riders grit teeth and deal with their bane…
And when said train is late,
Yes, it does aggravate…
But what good does it do to complain? 🤷🏻♀️
🚆 Signs now tell you how long you will wait,
And you grumble ‘bout trains that are late…
Then you board and you’re squished,
And you sigh and you wish…
There was some way you could change your fate! 🚆
🤷🏻♀️ Leave home early and figure you’ll beat,
That commute thing you try to defeat…
But most times it’s in vain,
You still wait for that train…
Matters worse…there is never a seat! 🤷🏻♀️
It’s a SADDENING TURN of events when not everyone was UNDERSTANDING. Maybe something such as mechanical failure or weather delayed the trains, or maybe the schedules the passengers had contained DATED RUNNINGS. At least there wasn’t any REDUNDANT SIGN. There was just one sign there, which said 30 minute delay.
Spoken by someone who most likely never battled a metropolitan subway system…The struggle is wayyyyy too real! Have a good one, Jim! 🚆🙋🏻♀️
Radial got me and then too many letters for me to solve the cartoon,though ing was an obvious choice for the ending,and the riders ‘standing, underground’ was a second obvious clue.The puzzle brought back fond memories of our Broadway trips to NYC and the subway rides we took there.
Nothing like Broadway…I miss it myself. Have a good day, Professor. Take care. 🚆🙋🏻♀️
Wow thirteen letters in the cartoon answer! Figured it would end in “ing” and as always the drawing and dialogue helped find “under”. The first time I rode a subway was on a visit to New York City many years ago. We rode the train from downtown Manhattan to Staten Island to see the Statue of Liberty. It was a great adventure though probably wouldn’t think so if I had to use it every day. Happy Friday to all.
Same to you, Betty…🚆🙋🏻♀️
I note that UNDERSTANDING is the second most common 13-letter word in English (International is the most common). 2.6 percent of all 13-letter English words is the word UNDERSTANDING. This according to a YouTube video by Abacaba.