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Sissel

:-))))) Thanks PW, Jerome, Ianto and Juba. Fun - I just read it even wrong ways. Must be the old habbit from school. Great laughs

Juba1010

He meant well.
And the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Yes we are.

jeromevandrews

PPS: This is a tough crowd.

jeromevandrews

PS: Sometimes proofreading requires a mirror.

jeromevandrews

They meant well. (I had a high school teacher who chided me for using that expression. "Never say someone 'meant well' Jerome because of what it leaves unsaid. "He meant well, but he but just couldn't execute the idea. Good will is not enough."

ParsonWayne

The "F" in the first word is the wrong way, too, and the "R" in read.

Sissel

No Alias not as easy as reading :-))))

Easy to read, except for the "17" in the start.

Are you able to write upside-down as well?

Sissel

Thanks so much PCVS :-)))

YES Juba :-))))

LOL Jerome

Juba1010

LOL

jeromevandrews

@Juba1010 This is not my real picture. I have eyes on the sides of my head, kinda like a budgie.

Juba1010

Did you have eyes in the back of your head too Sissel?

Made me laugh out loud!

Sissel

Thank you so much Hanne, Bekka, Juba, Ellen, Dave, Jerry, PW, Ianto, Jerome and Lin for all the fun and laughters :-)))))
I can read that way. Old habbit as an old teacher :-))))

Elfie

@Bekkabee - ehhh what? My teeth i.e.?????

Bekkabee

@Juba1010 - LOL!!!!! We do have lots of people here on Jigidi who live in Australia and New Zealand.

@Elfie -- you could check to see if anything else is loose :-)

Elfie

What if I've got no saddle but is able to read it anyway?? :-))))))))

PutterDutt

A chuckle to Judy!

djp

"F" in if.

Juba1010

Australians can read this.

PutterDutt

I saw that, too, PW.

jerrys

My life in photos

ParsonWayne

The "E" in the word LOOSE should be turned the other way.

ParsonWayne

Excellent retort, Jerome.

PutterDutt

:o)

I can read upside down. It is a gift.

jeromevandrews

@ParsonWayne Please don't hound Sissel, who clearly worked like a dog, just to bring the likes of us the satisfaction of working a poodle, uh, I mean puzzle. Sorry to bark at you.

ParsonWayne

MUCH too loose, Latrec.

LinM

Hilarious! Thanks, @Sissel

Sissel

You are so welcome Jerome :-)))

I hope not Bekka :-)))

I never did either Kay, but I am not so much around horses :-)))

kayboblee

I never knew Horse and Hound existed until the movie Notting Hill and Hugh Grant's character said he was from Horse and Hound magazine so he could get in to see Julia Robert's character while she was doing a junket for a movie she was in. Cute puzzle/joke. ;-))

Bekkabee

I wonder if that could be one of my problems .....

jeromevandrews

Good one. Thanks for the yuks!

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