Wednesday, April 2, 2008


7 Local leaders killed in this resurrected bird show (7,7)
8 Twig goes in gin, with onion heads (6,2)
9,21 Du Pont product rep possesses navel, say (5,6)
12 Sweetheart French good in setter's city? (2,5)
13 General arranges his arms formations in this fashion (6)
15 Turnbull (5)
17,14 Clip on false limb (3,3)
18 Victory over other not hard for pleb (5)
21 see 9
22 Adhesive papers covering lewd bosom, in small consolation, all peeled back (4,3)
25 Turning to and fro, given to flatus (5)
26 Sure holds Northern Territory back from the margin (8)
28 Propaganda campaign follows gonad grab (6,3,5)

1 Opposed to practice for Domino, for instance (6)
2 General from East's ally takes further territory (12)
3 Endearing team's turn after wicket (7)
4 Worn out wasp entertains a bit (5)
5,11 Hold up record of jazz improv session (3,3)
6 Recognised superiority of cardinal's address (8)
10 Fling took fun out of war resolution (4,2,6)
11 See 5
14 see 17
16 Overcorrect? You bet! (3,5)
19 The self is, for instance, nothing (3)
20 Do we do 'H' over such a kerfuffle? (3,2,2)
23 In aim, in effort (6)
24 Headliner monsters one instrument (5)
27 Separatist group is thence due (1,1,1)


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Martin Kearns said...

This website is clearly a CIA, FBI MOSSAD MUFC or WI asset.

One has only to Goolge " Tricked by pudding man" to reference this. Callsign n, you should be SHUT DOWN FOR THIS - just like those wikileaks skumbagz LOL.

OK, I'm writing bollocks - (which is, by the way, the answer to 16 down ? and I claim my £5.00 + 29% VAT), via my invoice dated 010111 or thereabouts).)


Seriosuly - what a great idea for a blog! (smiles) - so different from your other blogs, (those that I've read or half read (or less) and, yet entirely engaging...)

I actually gave up crosswords in 1983 (or 1898) when The Telegraph (during that other temporary recession) sacked the Crossworder and began, instead, to provide clues generated by some (obviously?) 1980's softbot.

I would claim copyright on "Softbot" by the way - except that I have identified that word (those words
?) as the answer to your 39 across. I'll leave it to the wit of others to determine which 39 across of course ( otherwise my claim could be for £10.00 plus corporation tax (curtailed due to...(26 Up))

PS - Barclays (OK so the name Barclays apparently is "exempt" from the bank- bailouts (apart, from which, Barclays is the answer to 666 Sideways (and that will be 15 Guineas >cash - anyway, Barclays are calling me today to interview me re a job - "selling", can you believe, from a call centre in Liverpool - (not the Novia Scotia one) regardless of my current parlous (2 across, many crosswords)I will, (quite nicely) be telling them to 6 Across - see Yukfu for details plus 15 % of all profits will be sent to Les Visible... (see 123...and step Across, it's the new Shangi-Lah

Evening ends.


Noddy - Nobody, sorry - thanks for a great education (even though Im 49 LOLhaha)

OK Nobody - I'm calling you on this; these crossword are bollocks - all of them - albeit, very,very-clever-bollocks or my name is not Nitram Snaker - with apologies to all of you smug, bearded, smoothy, left/right wing bald/rich/poor/student/cop/public sector/ private sector chavs and aristos out there who happen to be wrong-thinking bastards and genuises who do attend and present all of the answers...

nobody said...

Ha Ha! MK, or is that Mr ULTRA? All I can say is - you vicious swine! You've tumbled my game. It's all true, I confess, I put these here to confuse the secret services into wasting the valuable time that they'd have otherwise spent in the toilet staring at the walls.

The sad logic was: if I never go to the loo without a crossword why should they get away scot free? Fuck 'em, jumped up bullshit artists! Now it's their turn to wrestle with an iconsequential git who describes bad wine thus? (6)