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Sunday, September 23, 2007

Extending Puzzle Deadline

Keywords: word puzzles

I've decided to extend the deadline for solutions to a puzzle I posted on the 2nd, while publicizing it a little better. Here it is again:

Now, a word puzzle. The answer is a sentence that looks like this: "You're my _ _, _ _ _ _ _." Each underscore represents a word. The letters of one word after the comma form an abbreviation for the words before the comma, while the remainder are all the same letters, in the same numbers and the same order, as the first word before the comma. The phrase preceding the comma is listed in the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. Enter your solution as a comment below. I'll give the answer next week.

1 comment:

stripey7 said...

Someone named Ken answered this puzzle elsewhere on the Web recently, and though he hasn't chosen to post his answer here yet, I guess I shouldn't leave you in suspense any longer. The answer is: "You're my significant other, so sign if I can't."