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Maurlin  (Level: 211.2 - Posts: 2660)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 8:01 PM


That WP was really sweet, light, and enjoyable!

Dwayla  (Level: 191.2 - Posts: 150)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 8:30 PM

I really enjoyed it too and was surprised no one had started a thread sooner.

Slicko  (Level: 223.9 - Posts: 1609)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 8:31 PM

Fridays are always crazy at work - snuck it in at lunchtime and enjoyed it a lot

Alvandy  (Level: 225.6 - Posts: 7527)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 8:41 PM

A pleasant and very serene word puzzle-- and it was a pleasure to slow down enough today to work on it.
It "painted pictures" and elicited memories of a typical park setting.
Nice selection and mix of scenes.

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Sploofabulous (Editor)  
Fri, 24th Oct '08 9:10 PM

Thanks, you guys. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Taco24  (Level: 129.3 - Posts: 589)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 9:55 PM

Very pleasant. Wish I wasn't so tired when I worked on it. Made several mistakes.

Nevertheless, it was delightful.


Bbear  (Level: 159.3 - Posts: 2301)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 10:57 PM

That puzzle lowered my blood pressure. Thanks, and hubbie and I are on our way to a picnic.

Suzer22  (Level: 165.6 - Posts: 1982)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 11:18 PM

I enjoyed the puzzle, but that was no park I've seen homeless guys sleeping under a tree, no trash, no trash cans chained up so they don't get tipped...

Virtus  (Level: 159.4 - Posts: 2448)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 11:20 PM

Brought back fond memories of the way life used to be. Whatever happened to the simple pleasures?? Thanks for a good puzzle.

Garrybl  (Level: 276.3 - Posts: 6610)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 11:27 PM

I'd never heard of a sack lunch as opposed to a pack lunch; I pig headedly put the p in twice thinking I'd mistyped....duh!

Suzer22  (Level: 165.6 - Posts: 1982)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 11:53 PM

Funny - I've never heard the phrase "pack lunch", but I wouldn't have used "sack lunch" for a construction worker - a sack lunch is what a 7th grader takes to school, or a secretary.

Nickdanger  (Level: 150.8 - Posts: 62)
Fri, 24th Oct '08 11:56 PM


That must be the difference between an Americanism and an Britishism... I've heard of "pack a lunch", but have never heard of such a lunch called a "pack lunch"... we Yanks would refer to that as a "sack lunch" or a "brown bag lunch".


Toledosugar  (Level: 51.4 - Posts: 281)
Sat, 25th Oct '08 12:39 AM

Very soothing! Thanks.

Lamizell  (Level: 108.2 - Posts: 441)
Sat, 25th Oct '08 3:08 AM

Yeah, "pack" is the verb, not the adjective. "Did you pack your lunch today?" means "did you bring your lunch from home?" regardless of whether it's in a brown bag or lunch box. But a "sack lunch" doesn't apply just to kids around here.

Debbie1957  (Level: 45.7 - Posts: 402)
Sat, 25th Oct '08 2:37 PM

Totally enjoyed it

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