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Topic: 4 more
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 28, 2005 02:23PM)
1. Krofallwd


2. Rose John
Rose Susan
Rose Bob

3.The month due


4. oen
neo
o e
eno
Message: Posted by: Vandy Grift (Jun 29, 2005 09:27AM)
These have me stumped at the moment. Anyone?
Message: Posted by: Vandy Grift (Jun 29, 2005 12:44PM)
Is #3 "due at the end of the month"?
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 01:14PM)
You've got it, VG
Message: Posted by: Vandy Grift (Jun 29, 2005 01:21PM)
Cool. Hey Lambertmoon, I'm not asking for you to re-type them, just for clarifaction. Are all the puzzles supposed to be in alignment. Or are the words and letters for #2 and #4 right where they are supposed do be? Or dosen't it matter.
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 01:37PM)
I'm sorry-They really should be aligned. If not, it could have you looking down the wrong path.
They were aligned when I wrote it but when I submitted the post it was re-arranged.
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 29, 2005 02:52PM)
Ah ha, #2 A rose by any name
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 02:58PM)
Very good Doc-

A rose by any other name
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 29, 2005 03:40PM)
Brilliant!

#1 Fall in with the wrong crowd.

A few years back our local paper used to have one of this type of puzzle every day, but pictures as well as words. Once you get into the zone they do become a bit easier to solve. You've certainly come up with some belters here.

Now, number four ...
Message: Posted by: Vandy Grift (Jun 29, 2005 04:00PM)
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On 2005-06-29 16:40, dr chutney wrote:

Brilliant!

#1 Fall in with the wrong crowd.

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Excellent!! I've been looking at this one all day, just couldn't nail it down.
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 29, 2005 04:16PM)
At the moment I'm going with

Odd one out
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 06:06PM)
Dr. C-

You nailed Fall in with a wrong crowd or Fall in with a bad crowd. Good job.

"Odd one out" isn't what I was looking for but it does have something to do with the word "one".
Message: Posted by: blazes816 (Jun 29, 2005 08:17PM)
Four wrong ones?
Message: Posted by: Lambertmoon (Jun 29, 2005 09:35PM)
I can't really say Blazes and Dr. C are wrong and I might just be splitting hairs waiting for the right phrase so I'll just say what I was looking for was:

No one is perfect.
Message: Posted by: dr chutney (Jun 30, 2005 02:31AM)
No, that's fine, a perfectly acceptable and common phrase cleverly disguised. Well done.