Palindrome Puzzle - Recent Solutions!
posted on December 6th, 2013
A palindrome is a word or phrase that is spelled the same forward and backward, like "kayak" or "Madam, I'm Adam."
For those of you who have been following me on Twitter, you know that I have rebooted my palindrome puzzles - it is now a weekly palindrome challenge - every Thursday. :)
Here are some recent solutions! (Check back if the most recent one hasn't posted yet.)
Clue: Subject line in
the REPLY to an email about a percussion instrument that was killed in cold
blood. (3 wds) (thx, @rock_golf!)
Answer: Re: Drum Murder
Say this to reject
the questionable pork strips that came from inside the taxi... (3 wds)
Answer: No cab bacon!
(uncreative) name of a Mesh, capable of capturing squid appendages, long fish
with teeth, and felines. (4 wds)
Clue: Trading food
for Thanksgiving? How about, “An almond for a glass of albacore”? (7 wds)
Answer: A nut for a jar of tuna
Clue: What do we need
for a room full of snotty kids? “Dr’s assistant, so no sniffing face parts
Answer: “Nurse, so no