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    Let us help you go from "I can't do this" to "I CAN do this!" with "How to Solve The New York Times Crossword"! Free to everyone, with practice Minis and quizzes to help you sharpen those solving skillz!

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  3. Has ‘Mommy Brain’ made you forget your ... uh ... forget your ... words? Yes, that’s it, words! used puzzles to help bring the words back.

  4. My flight was unceremoniously canceled just as we were about to take off and the next one isn’t until tomorrow, so while I’m cooling my jets: PENTABLE (n): The space where la plume de ma tante exists.

  5. BLEEN (n): The number between six and seven. Example: "The Nobel Prize in mathematics was awarded to a California professor who has discovered a new number! The number is bleen, which he claims belongs between 6 and 7." --George Carlin

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    And so it looks like my first Twitter login of the day will last mere seconds

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  8. How could we miss such an important word, fren? must have been doing his morning zoomies and forgotten.

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    Jun 24

    Sorry to all my Potterheads and particularly my fellow Slytherins 🐍I’m sure someone’s father will be hearing about this ...

  10. 🚨🚨🚨LEADERBOARDS. ARE. HERE. (For the Mini) 🚨🚨🚨

  11. FLOMARY (n): A place where it is not only legal but where one is encouraged to purchase one’s flom. (Pangram)

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  13. In this week's "What the Heck Is That?," we groove to Anita O'DAY's big band ... um ... swinginess.

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  19. Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s; and render unto the gnus the GNULARD. (Pangram)

  20. Are you in the Boston area and want to hang out with other puzzle lovers?

  21. Rock the Wordplay clan crest, and help adults learn to read. Part of the profit from each order will be donated to ProLiteracy, a program that helps adults learn to read.


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