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Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. msbonne 21 April 2020 TIM, if you do not mind, I am NOT going anywhere near your package.I notice that you did not mention an angle grinder. I really need one, as my claws are getting out of control. I went shopping this morning, and let's just say the dairy department is a mess. I went through 17 milk jugs before a manager noticed my struggles (claws piercing the jugs, milk everywhere), and placed the milk in my cart. Unloading my cart, happened again. I have been asked not to return. nanab 21 April 2020 LOLOLOLOLOLO - 5 stars and a round of applause! rswestley 21 April 2020 Ms_Maddy… clever is nothing special. To be clever all you have to do is a little research (I rely on Wikipedia for my vast lack of knowledge), keep taking your antiperspirants EXACTLY how your Doctor prescribed them and be flexible when using your alphabet. Alphabet soup is a good starting point. First thing you do is empty your package (I have taken the necessary precautions in anticipation of sloth's comment about my 'package') of free range letters onto the table. Sort though your letters... i.e. separate capitals from lower case, place letters that give you confidence in one pile, those that you find repulsive in a separated pile, vegan letters from the protein letters, etc. But use caution, as I am sure you know, if you let the younger letters mingle with the older letters, expect the older letters to form a posse, brandish various cleaning chemicals and track down those smart ass little 'beliebers' and erase them. Now that you have your letters sorted by size and personality, look around your house for a medium sized lever. Don't be discouraged... levers are everywhere.... scissors, tweezers, toe nail clippers, pop top beer cans, the flusher thing on you toilet, bear traps, the dental pick you use to remove Spam from between your teeth... it doesn't matter, just choose one. Now take your capital "C", pair it with your toe nail clippers, and voila, you have created a "C lever". In shorthand this is known as a "Clever".... My job is done here.... now go out there and get your CLEVER!@Ms_Maddy @msbonne @Mischka @nanab @morepiecesplz @skpy @Isaly I have tagged everyone that mistakenly wandered into this puzzle because in times of store closures, gas masks, limited TP, see thru dresses (I just threw that in in hopes of getting lucky) and the necessity of 'spray on tans", we can all run short of clevers. And if your neighbors are like mine, you don't want to go next door to ask for a cup of clever (they are out of food... and you may never return) Ms_Maddy 21 April 2020 This is rather clever :) msbonne 21 April 2020 I would like to say that I run like the wind, but, alas, I do not. Mischka 21 April 2020 Almost exactly like. Still, little damage is done if you're running in place. msbonne 21 April 2020 Is that like baby we were born to run? Mischka 21 April 2020 Hee hee, quite right. skpy 21 April 2020 well, @Mischka , they have been known to run.............. msbonne 20 April 2020 Keep thinking things up, that's what you're good at. rswestley 20 April 2020 As a well known perpetrator of sacrilegious comments and a victim of the dreaded TIM Syndrome, I must confess I am still not sure of the meaning of this puzzle. Amoebas playing hopscotch? Maybe the chalk circles outline the spots where several pancakes were hacked to death by a crazed spatula? Dumbo's footprints on Hollywood's "Walk of Fame?" This famous quote taken from "TIM's Encyclopedia to End All Encyclopedias" explains it all.... "????????" Isaly 20 April 2020 This is great! msbonne 20 April 2020 Glad to provide a smile. nanab 20 April 2020 With all due respect to religious practices this was a real LOL for me! Thanks Hoff. Mischka 20 April 2020 @skpy, yes, honey, but are your shoes sneezing? skpy 20 April 2020 But, my shoes are there, what's the problem.... bblessing 20 April 2020 great one this, thanks hoff. Why this advertisement?