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Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 10:18 AM


very fun puzzle Suzannec

Bbear  (Level: 167.3 - Posts: 2297)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 5:51 PM

Never heard of a sniglet; now I know. Totally, totally tanked each and every one.....but now I know! Thanks

Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 7:36 PM

Totally senseless. My first bail-out since August.

Suzannec  (Level: 259.0 - Posts: 616)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 8:15 PM

A special thanks to those of you who stuck with this puzzle. I didn't call it silly for nothing! I'm from a family of nutty people who loves to make up our own words. Here are all 10 phrases and a web site where you can pick up a few more sniglets to confuse your family and friends:

Clue 1 – “French onion bummer”
Phrase 1 – Chipfault is the weak spot on a potato chip that breaks off in the dip.
Clue 2 – Hey, it’s now January!
Phrase 2 – A person who leaves the Christmas lights up all year is called a nerkle.
Clue 3 – Where did you come from?
Phrase 3 – The invisible object that you pretend to trip on is a strumble
Clue 4 – “Shake it up!”
Phrase 4 – A glackett is the noisy ball inside a can of spray paint.
Clue 5 – “Tasty No. 2”
Phrase 5 – The teeth marks on a pencil are called beavos.
Clue 6 – “Arf Arf, I win!”
Phrase 6 – The first dog to create a neighborhood barking frenzy is a rovalert.
Clue 7 – “Vroom, vroom! Oops.”
Phrase 7 – Rignition is the embarrassing act of starting a car that is already running.
Clue 8 – No peeking, Sugarlips!
Phrase 8 – The first person to open their eyes while kissing is a glantic.
Clue 9 – Do you remember me now?
Phrase 9 – If the phone is ringing and you forgot who you are calling it is phonesia.
Clue 10 – Come’er you!
Phrase 10 – A dillrelict is the last pickle in the jar that you cannot seem to catch.

Debbie1957  (Level: 45.7 - Posts: 402)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 8:42 PM

Thank you for posting now it all makes sense. Enjoyed the puzzle


Oldcougar  (Level: 228.6 - Posts: 1935)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 9:14 PM

I really enjoyed it Didn't know what a sniglet was either, but I googled the term before I started, which made it quite a bit easier. Now, if I could only proof read

Kaufman  (Level: 268.0 - Posts: 3941)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 11:25 PM

I think it would have worked better with the snigword as the clue part. Too many times I was just guessing letters to figure out what arbitrary string had been used.

Smoke20  (Level: 62.6 - Posts: 2815)
Sat, 11th Oct '08 11:27 PM

Would've been totally googlable then. Having all of Rich Hall's books wouldn't have been as much of an advantage.

Kaufman  (Level: 268.0 - Posts: 3941)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:16 AM

You mean she didn't make them up herself? Drat!

Smoke20  (Level: 62.6 - Posts: 2815)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:26 AM

Nope. There's thousands of them. They're worded a lot differently in the books but the idea is there.

Kaufman  (Level: 268.0 - Posts: 3941)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:43 AM

Oh, I know there were thousands. I've even concocted one or two for private use. I just had no idea about THOSE ones.

Smoke20  (Level: 62.6 - Posts: 2815)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:47 AM

I actually use chipfault sometimes. I like to scoop ice cream with potato chips, and you really find out where your faults are.

Kaufman  (Level: 268.0 - Posts: 3941)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:55 AM

nothing to say here; just adding to the Peace on Earth wallpaper.

Smoke20  (Level: 62.6 - Posts: 2815)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 12:57 AM

Dig it.

Garrybl  (Level: 291.9 - Posts: 6773)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 5:55 AM

just a general point; enjoyed the puzzle but would have preferred to see some more original/less googleable words or phrases.
My instincts are that one could rephrase what is on the web to make it less easy to backtrack? or is that an unreasonable request?

Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 11:51 AM

Suzannec I think you did great - Your clues were good, and people had to solve a certain number of letters even they were going to google - be proud of yourself.

Salzypat  (Level: 161.6 - Posts: 5414)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 4:55 PM

I thought this puzzle was a lot of fun. Great job!

Alvandy  (Level: 240.4 - Posts: 7692)
Sun, 12th Oct '08 5:39 PM

Boy Scout motto - and Girl Scout motto too?
Sploofus motto for me-

Be prepared!

I was aware of "sniglets" , but to be sure of the exact definition, googled and got reminded about Rich Hall's creation [Saturday Night Live].
It made the puzzle more sensible in trying to figure the "traps".

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