Jumble Answers for 08/04/2022








21 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 08/04/2022

  1. Good Morning, Everyone 2️⃣ A LITTLE BIT OF NON-CENTS? 2️⃣

    🎶 There’s SOMETHING happening here…what it is ain’t exactly clear…🎶 “For What it’s Worth” – Buffalo Springfield 1966 https://tinyurl.com/2sm5dtep

    2️⃣ Two pennies we see speaking, the subject about beards,
    And I THINK I’ll ELECT to say I find this slightly weird…
    (I’m not dealing with WILLOW, nor will SUITOR get to stay,
    They just don’t fit the story…and to bother? It don’t pay)
    I guess I should just go along…and look at this as mirth…
    But somehow I’m not feeling it…and that’s my TWO CENTS WORTH! 2️⃣

    Seeing the TWO CENTS, the word OPINION in the dialogue and CONVERSATION in our question? I BOUGHT right into this one…and LINCOLN them all together? …The solve was automatic…You just need to take it at FACE value, Folks…They put in their TWO CENTS WORTH! https://tinyurl.com/4z5u25yz Very clever, but I’ll still COPPER plea and say that I found it a little nonCENTSical…but again, that’s just my Two Cents Worth!

    …And we have another Shout-Out to the Jumble’s beginning…The penny at left, reading Liberty, is dated 1954…

    So…There you have it Folks…Done. Have a good one. Be well, be kind, stay safe…and here’s a little groaner you can think about the next time you’re rolling coins…How many pennies in a roll have a Lincoln face? 50? …Well, actually it’s …one per CENT…And that’s a WRAP…2️⃣🙋🏻‍♀️


  2. 🤷🏻‍♀️Why he’d even THINK to ELECT to put his TWO CENTS WORTH in regarding his sister WILLOW’s new SUITOR was beyond her…but she took it all in stride…🤷🏻‍♀️

    🚰 She sat beneath the WILLOW tree, and figured she would THINK,
    If she should just go standard or opt for the farmhouse sink…
    Her new SUITOR, a plumber, said he’d ELECT farmhouse style,
    But still unsure, she sat and had to give it thought a while
    Relaxing out there, quiet, smells of grass and new tilled earth…
    Maybe she’ll call her Mother and ask for her TWO CENTS WORTH…🚰

  3. 2️⃣ It’s a double Abe Lincoln we see,
    And the theme today is the penny…
    Two Abes speaking of hair,
    Should their chins have been bare?
    One Abe: “A little late if you ask me”! 2️⃣

    🤷🏻‍♀️ People aren’t that fond of the cent,
    And you don’t see them often be spent…
    Some say they’re a nuisance,
    I guess that can make sense…
    Personally I’m either way bent…🤷🏻‍♀️

    5️⃣4️⃣ With the penny from year ‘54,
    We salute this old Jumble once more…
    It’s lasted many years,
    Got us through cheers and tears…
    And it’s def a part of puzzle lore! 5️⃣4️⃣

    🤦🏻‍♂️ Pound foolish and yes, penny wise,
    Is the idiom that speaks of tries,
    One will just go all in,
    But may spread themselves thin…
    Usually ending with quite the surprise…🤦🏻‍♂️

    2️⃣ Lucky pennies you’ll hear people say,
    And for many it may go that way…
    Far as I’m concerned though,
    Pennies? They’re just small dough…
    And one saved is earned for other days! 2️⃣

  4. Good morning thirsty-Thursday ! I got a little thirsty on two of the anagrams , ELECT , I just couldn’t see it , and SUITOR did not suit me either ! The jumble was a little work , but after I wrote down CENTS , I saw WORTH and the letters left were WTO and I went the wrong way , but finally TWO made it work ! Whew ! Made me thirsty , so I’ll have a glass of milk with my chocolate chip cookie and listen to some Buffalo Springfield ! Great song ! Everyone have a great thirsty-Thursday !!!!!

  5. Was a good Jumble morning with an outstanding Uber-blind solve (solving puzzle without seeing the number of letters needed). Checking anagrams, paused a couple of seconds over ELECT, too. This might all bode well for my Thirsty-Thursday word-smithing today !! Marsha enjoyed your song today. Thanks for excellent posting, Angela.

  6. This solution is questionable since it is ungrammatical. It needs for CENTS to either have an apostrophe after it or for the word to be singular, CENT. That means possible shadow solutions. One of them is WET NOTCH WORTS. It seems in the years since 1959 that moisture got into the crevices in Lincoln’s faces, especially the beards, and that these have developed worts. Another is TWO TENTH CROWS; the pennies crow about their condition only two tenths (0.2) of the time. But that is just as ungrammatical as the intended solution.

  7. Good morning. Again I got the words but failed on the cartoon answer. After I looked it up I was amazed how simple the answer was. The answer was staring me in the face but it was blocked by all the trees in the forest. Oh well, tomorrow is another day. Loved your song choice and with that being said, until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

  8. Suitor gave me reason to pause but having finally solved that anagram, the cartoon puzzle was a quick solve.

  9. I too paused a suitor but other than that it was an easy solve. Happy Chocolate Chip Cookie Day to all! 🍪🍪

  10. This was a Reno blind call. To give my two cents operation period of the economy is at night they actually edge and you will see have a good day. We are burning up in the west again

  11. As an inveterate lurker, I am quietly here every day. Your vast knowledge, and choice of songs, always piques interest. But your choice, today, compels my observation. As my mother always told me: “There is no accounting for taste.” But this song, and this seminal group … in my wheelhouse!!!

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