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  • Clark Addison
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    If “PEEP” and “STONE” had been in the grid I would have lost it

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  • Copelius
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    I did note that as well. Fortunately there was no connection

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  • Donuthole
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    WTF, NYT? Geez.

    IMG_6426.png

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  • Copelius
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    I wasn't even thinking slang, just food. Then I got the purple, but the remaining two were a mystery. Like the puzzle says, "Next Time."

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  • Jeff Lebowski
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    Yeah, I went with the sandwich ingredients too. So did my wife.

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  • Bo Diddley
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    Originally posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
    I solved, with one error, but feel kind of cheap about it. I got purple first (they love their homophones) and the rhymes were easy, but picked up he food slang for money just because it looked like "food.", and the final be default. I'll take it.
    Originally posted by bluegoose View Post

    I lucked into my second set. Didn't really see the "slang for money" connection, and went with deli sandwich ingredients.
    Yep, that's what I was going with as well. It was my first category.

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  • PaloAltoCougar
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    Originally posted by bluegoose View Post

    I lucked into my second set. Didn't really see the "slang for money" connection, and went with deli sandwich ingredients.

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  • bluegoose
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    Originally posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Really fun version today with emojis.
    I lucked into my second set. Didn't really see the "slang for money" connection, and went with deli sandwich ingredients.

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  • PaloAltoCougar
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    I solved, with one error, but feel kind of cheap about it. I got purple first (they love their homophones) and the rhymes were easy, but picked up he food slang for money just because it looked like "food.", and the final be default. I'll take it.

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  • Jeff Lebowski
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    Originally posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    Took me a bit longer today and I had to sound out the alphabet to get the Tea in that group.
    I kept thinking “pot”? “kettle”?

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  • Bo Diddley
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    Took me a bit longer today and I had to sound out the alphabet to get the Tea in that group.

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  • Jeff Lebowski
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    Really fun version today with emojis.

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  • Jeff Lebowski
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    Originally posted by beefytee View Post
    WTH is breaking? Is it break dancing? Never would have put that with sports.
    Yeah, that had me stumped for a long time. It looks like it is break dancing.

    https://www.paris2024.org/en/sport/breaking/

    Lol, what a stupid sport. What is next? Parkour?

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  • beefytee
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    WTH is breaking? Is it break dancing? Never would have put that with sports.

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  • Bo Diddley
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    Originally posted by Lost Student View Post
    "Moo" is not a homophone of Mu!
    That was my last category. I suspected homophones, but didn't think about it too much.

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