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Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. msbonne 2 June 2020 REALLY?Wow, hippo, you really hired grade A ells for this puzzle, I was convinced from the onset that they were terribly miserable.Bravo ells, bravo. hippo 2 June 2020 Don't be sad, Hoff, they were not really unhappy, they were only acting. msbonne 2 June 2020 The really got me down. hippo 2 June 2020 The Ls are definitely not happy Ls... msbonne 2 June 2020 Sad Ells. Fowly 2 June 2020 I thought it was Towering Inferno also,.....where are the saddles? msbonne 1 June 2020 I thought I was helping.my bad, sorry, I will go away now. Mischka 31 May 2020 [with quiet dignity] Thank you, @hippo. hippo 31 May 2020 Stop it Hoff! Are you trying to give Fi a brain aneurism??!In that case it will be Karloffska for EVER! msbonne 31 May 2020 Pam Anderson. msbonne 31 May 2020 Abe Lincoln msbonne 31 May 2020 Gerard Butler msbonne 31 May 2020 Matt LeBlanc, Mischka 31 May 2020 Hercules = he's cruel, [a] sure lechPlato = a plotTom Selleck = Colt me, Elks! (Or not)Gen. Robt E. Lee = Genteel boreSorry, birthday boy, I'm stopping now. racoonstar 31 May 2020 I think, that along with a face mask for when I go out in public, I need a blindfold when reading msbonne's posts. msbonne 31 May 2020 Robert E Lee...…. msbonne 31 May 2020 Tom Selleck. msbonne 31 May 2020 Plato. msbonne 31 May 2020 Hercules. msbonne 31 May 2020 anagrammatization is a genetic disorder. Many famous people have suffered from it.I shall begin listing them now. racoonstar 31 May 2020 :::patiently waiting out the anagram phase so we can get back to solving puzzles::: msbonne 31 May 2020 Towering Inferno? really Mischka? Mischka 30 May 2020 (Well... mad "anosmic," actually ...) ;-)Juba, anagrammatization is exactly like dyslexia, only on purpose. But mine is compulsive, not complete under control. Sometimes I get impatient with it, if I lose track of conversation while working on a word spoken several sentences ago. :-) nanab 30 May 2020 Most anagrams have trigger words that are a clue to rearrange the letters.In a picture puzzle the fact that the letters are scrambled, stirred, crazy, mad etc, only occurs to you once you've exhausted other possibilities, unless you're a frequent anagram solver. Surreal_Heidi 30 May 2020 I don't know if anyone was expecting a combination anagram and rebus. hippo 30 May 2020 Mad = "anagram" so "mad anosmia" can mean masonic.Here "Mad Max 2" an anagram of "MAX 2" so A2XM. Yes it's hard...Well done getting Blazing Saddles, a few clever peeps missed that. That was hard too... Surreal_Heidi 30 May 2020 I got Blazing Saddles, but NOT Mad Max 2. I still can't figure out how you get that from the clue. ParsonWayne 30 May 2020 @Mischka We are all so sorry to hear about your terrible disease - anagrammatization.I hope the doctor is able to treat it. Is it very painful? We all wish you a speedy recovery. ;o))) Juba1010 30 May 2020 You guys make quite the spectacle, running around trying to ride each other. Keep up the good work! hippo 30 May 2020 I hae some heavy duty gardening gloves you could maybe re-porpoise... msbonne 30 May 2020 I have several porpoise friends, I have never tried to ride one. Perhaps I can make some thick claw gloves and give it a shot.Thanks for the idea. racoonstar 30 May 2020 Now that's something I'd love to see!A de-clawed sloth riding a porpoise!(de-clawed so that no porpoises were harmed in the riding) msbonne 30 May 2020 I don't know that a porpoise is required, but certainly makes it more entertaining. Juba1010 30 May 2020 Is anagrammatization like dyslexia, only on purpose? Juba1010 30 May 2020 Ok msbonne 30 May 2020 I agree PW. It really stinks. ParsonWayne 30 May 2020 Fiona, I am so sorry to hear about your anagrammatization. Have you suffered with it all your life? I hope they find a cure for it soon. ;o))) msbonne 30 May 2020 Don't bite me. Juba1010 30 May 2020 I didn’t get either one......and I don’t care la la la la :-) msbonne 30 May 2020 If boB say it is good, then it is good. racoonstar 30 May 2020 Wasier will work! nanab 30 May 2020 1. Fires Down Under, 2. YES! manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 LOL :)) :))It's Bobs Birthday :)) hippo 30 May 2020 It's easier but spelled with a w to confuse him... :) msbonne 30 May 2020 I think we should all get one. manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 LOL :)) :)) I want one too :)) msbonne 30 May 2020 What the hell is a wasier? and why does racoon get one? hippo 30 May 2020 I suppose I COULD try and make it wasier for you, Mr. 'coon.Or not... :)) msbonne 30 May 2020 piece and luv to all.I have prepared a speech."Wait a minute while I whip this out". manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 ʕ๑‿๑ʔ꒰•‿•꒱ʕ๑‿๑ʔ LOLʕ๑‿๑ʔ꒰•‿•꒱ʕ๑‿๑ʔ racoonstar 30 May 2020 Well, can you post a warning in the future that your "puzzle" doesn't involve pieces, and is instead an anagramish thingy. hippo 30 May 2020 Backwards crossword puzzles with pictures... racoonstar 30 May 2020 So Jigidi is transitioning to crossword puzzles? :D hippo 30 May 2020 @racoonstar, Anagram of A2XM is MAX 2. So it is MAX 2 mad... if you did cryptic crosswords this would just be your normal way of thinking... Mischka 30 May 2020 I kept thinking Towering Inferno and knew it was wrong. @hippo I am deeply shamed that my usual whirling anagrammatization let me down this time. This was fun, thanks so much! racoonstar 30 May 2020 #1 - :::groan:::#2 - I don't understand the answer. :( manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 Oops I had towering inferno for #1 but got #2 :)) hippo 30 May 2020 Answers:#1: Blazing Saddles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qm6NygR95MA#2: Mad Max 2. manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 Got it :)) YAY :)) Mischka 30 May 2020 I know, right? :-) hippo 30 May 2020 You needed help with an anagram puzzle Fiona? I am shocked!!! :)) Mischka 30 May 2020 Thanks, that gives me #2. hippo 30 May 2020 Big Spoiler...Anagram. manicpuzzler 30 May 2020 I am still working on #2, and I have no idea at all :( hippo 30 May 2020 I am disappointed @Max_Tooney has not solved these... Very disappointed! :(( Answers coming up shortly... hippo 29 May 2020 For you, Hoff, I will make the puzzle free this time! :)) msbonne 29 May 2020 I like puzzles to last about 4 years. Anything less and I feel like I have been ripped off. nanab 29 May 2020 Silly Rudy, he must have forgotten that. msbonne 29 May 2020 Alas, I do not do puzzles less than 7,000 pieces. nanab 29 May 2020 Hoff if you solve you'll see a message. msbonne 29 May 2020 A mouse? I have been using a cat for many centuries on my pc now. I think a mouse might actually be easier to maneuver. Thank for the tip. Surreal_Heidi 29 May 2020 Thank you for the hint on #1, hippo. Got it! racoonstar 29 May 2020 :D hippo 29 May 2020 Huh??I am not going to even TRY for 5 seconds. Juba1010 29 May 2020 Somebody’s mouse just bit my finger. racoonstar 29 May 2020 Oops. :D racoonstar 29 May 2020 The mouse and pad make all the difference. :) hippo 29 May 2020 Heh, for once I beat @racoonstar in the puzzle! Sometimes it just falls out... plus I have a new mouse :)) Juba1010 29 May 2020 No clue. It’s Friday. ::::sigh:::: nanab 29 May 2020 (~‿•) hippo 29 May 2020 No, no, these are different ones, I promise! nanab 29 May 2020 Hey, you're just giving me the stars I gave you! : ( ParsonWayne 29 May 2020 Random Thought:When a rich businessman began to choke on a fish bone at a restaurant, a doctor seated at a nearby table sprang up, performed the Heimlich maneuver, and saved his life."Thank you, thank you!" said the businessman. "Please, I insist on paying you. Just name the fee.""Okay," said the doctor. "How about half of what you’d have offered when the bone was still stuck in your throat?" nanab 29 May 2020 I often think I'm right...and then you post the answers. : ( msbonne 29 May 2020 I am saddened by the frowning burning guys. hippo 29 May 2020 Well done on solving both @nanab! ⭐⭐ on the way - I trust you! :) hippo 29 May 2020 It's a quote. More or less. From one of the answers... nanab 29 May 2020 Got #1 nanab 29 May 2020 Got #2 nanab 29 May 2020 Did someone call you the wrong name? I need time to process these. Juba1010 29 May 2020 Good morning hippo. I’ll be back. Mischka 29 May 2020 Oh, goody! I'm afraid I have to crash for a couple more hours, but I look forward to solving / mangling my brains about these. manicpuzzler 29 May 2020 I didn't realise that everyone called you Hippo, that's a surprise! LOL :)) manicpuzzler 29 May 2020 YAY, they return :)) :))Got #1 working on #2 :)) hippo 29 May 2020 Just a couple of film puzzles to keep you all in shipshape condition...@Juba1010@Ms_Maddy@Mischka @manicpuzzler@Bubble@Fowly@Max_Tooney@morepiecesplz@msbonne@nanab@ParsonWayne@racoonstar@Surreal_Heidi@SPaceDinVADerOne@Watchman@rubyjud Why this advertisement?