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#914228 - 09/18/13 02:37 AM Puzzle. Sept.18
curly Offline
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Answers will be a pair of words that differ by only a "letterchange". The story will contain 2 sets of capitalised words - they are your clues. I have worked a sample before the first question to get you started.
Here's how "Letterchange" works. Look at this story.

David noticed that the TEMPERATURE WAS VERY HIGH when he pulled his HEADGEAR from the flames. In fact he had a -

Answer: Hot Hat
A temperature that is very high is hot. Headgear can be a hat.
Letterchange O to A.

OK let's get started. Oh and yes - except for the sample question - they are all a little crazy.

-1.Farmer Jack looked after his FLOCK OF LAMBS very well. One night he received a warning that the weather would be cooler. He decided to cover his charges so they would be more comfortable. His wife Jill discovered him rifling through some BEDLINEN. She asked him what he was doing. His reply? "What I am trying to find is a very large -" 5,5,s,s

-2.Belinda and Clark lived right next door to a FLYING TORPEDO launcher. Day and night the BLARING COMMOTION continued unabated. They decided to write a letter to the local paper complaining about the - 6,6,r,r

-3.Squire Jeremy wanted a RATHER FAT decoration for his hat. He decided to ask his knight for a new FEATHER. What he wanted was a - 5,5,p,p

-4.Denise decided to send something VERY LARGE to her father. When the postman struggled to the door with the LETTER, everyone realised she had sent a - 7,7,m,m

-5.Greg and Christel were playing their favourite WORD GAME. Greg tried to keep score but when Christel looked at the tally he had written, all she could see was a MESSY SCRAWL. She told Greg she simply couldn't read his - 8,8,s,s

-6.Polly - the TROPICAL BIRD was an excellent gardener. She worked very hard to produce a fine ROOT VEGETABLE. After harvesting it was displayed for all to see. It was known far and wide as a - 6,6,p,c

7.The old lady in the woods was famous as a healer. Her most successful potion was COAGULATED MILK which she used as a RESTORATION TO HEALTH. It was known by all the locals as Widow Smith's - 4,4,c,c

-8.Tim had been chosen to PROVIDE FOOD for the wedding party but the bride was not on time at all. So then he was asked to have the food ready ready WELL INTO THE EVENING. The poor fellow had to - 5,5,c,l

-9.The builder told George that the SMOOTH WALL COATING was stuck good and fast. Nothing would remove it except a PERSON WHO SETS OFF EXPLOSIONS. What was needed was a - 7,7,p,b

10.Pedro looked SOCIALLY AWKWARD as he tried on the tuxedo. The SOUTH AMERICAN COWBOY was very uncomfortable. In fact he was a - 6,6,g,g

wink


Edited by curly (09/18/13 01:21 PM)
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#914232 - 09/18/13 03:56 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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1. Sheep / sheet - Good morning Curly wave thumbsup

Bernie happydance

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#914234 - 09/18/13 04:51 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
curly Offline
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Hi Bernie, nice start.
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#914240 - 09/18/13 05:47 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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Good Morning, curly cat

9. plaster blaster grin
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#914242 - 09/18/13 05:50 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
GBC Offline
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3. plump plume

Salut curly, wave
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Gail

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#914246 - 09/18/13 06:04 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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2. rocket racket
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#914252 - 09/18/13 06:25 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
curly Offline
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Morning Ladies. Good answers.
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#914255 - 09/18/13 06:35 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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4. massive missive wave

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#914257 - 09/18/13 07:41 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
michele rose Offline
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Registered: 12/25/07
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Loc: Ohio
5. scrabble scribble wave

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#914260 - 09/18/13 08:13 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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6. parrot carrot wave
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#914263 - 09/18/13 08:25 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
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8. cater later

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#914265 - 09/18/13 08:46 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
curly Offline
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Registered: 07/06/03
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Loc: Ottawa Ontario Canada
More good ones.
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#914285 - 09/18/13 11:44 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
Sondi Offline
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10. gauche gaucho grin

wave

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#914286 - 09/18/13 11:48 AM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
Urban Worrier Offline

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7. curd, cure wave
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#914297 - 09/18/13 01:20 PM Re: Puzzle. Sept.18 [Re: curly]
curly Offline
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Registered: 07/06/03
Posts: 35831
Loc: Ottawa Ontario Canada
Good ones.
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