Stupid Crossword Clue 7 Letters
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- 2 Ny Times Crossword 24 Apr 22, Sunday
- 3 Ny Times Crossword 1 May 22, Sunday
- 4 Dim Cartoons And Comics
- 5 Rex Parker Does The Nyt Crossword Puzzle: Stuffed Jewish Dish / Thu 4 7 22 / Jordan Peele’s Production Company Named For A Classic Horror Short Story / 1981 Video Game That Featured The
Stupid Crossword Clue 7 Letters – Stuffed Jewish Dish / LH 4-7-22 / Jordan Peele’s production company named after a classic horror short / 1981 video game that featured Mario’s first appearance / Hobby shopping of advanced technology
THEME: TURNKEYS (48A: Jailers … or clues to “unlock” four answers in this puzzle)— four Down answers share the letter string “KEY,” which must be “turned” 90 degrees to become part of the Down answers so that those answers make some sense:
Stupid Crossword Clue 7 Letters
Word of the Day: EBOY(41D: Gen-Z style with emo and anime influences) — E-girlsande-boys, sometimes known collectively ase-kids, are a youth subculture that emerged in the late 2010s, notably popularized by the appTikTok for sharing videos .It is an evolution of emo, sceneandmall gothfashion together with Japanese street fashion (such as anime, cosplay, kawaiiandlolita fashion) and K-popfashion. Videos from e-girls and e-boys tend to be flirtatious and, often, downright sexual. Eyes turning and tongues sticking out (facial expression known asahegao , imitatingclimaxing) are common. According to Business Insider, the terms are not gender specific, instead referring to two separate fashion styles, stating that “While the e-boy is a vulnerable ‘softboi’ and embraces skate culture, the e-girl is sweet and looks innocent” . (wikipedia)
Ny Times Crossword 24 Apr 22, Sunday
Several things conspired to make this Thursday the hardest I’ve solved in a while. The first NOOB. That it was not meant that way. Somehow (1A: Beginner, in the lingo = NEWB ) (side note: what lingo? maybe you mentioned it? as it is, it looks like there is a word missing from the clue). But even after clearing that up, I was looking at WHISE JUG and thinking that there was simply a type of jug that I hadn’t heard of before. Perhaps the constructors have one of those ridiculously massive and poorly curated word lists and the obscure jug WHISE JUG was some 19th century holdover that had found its way onto that list. I don’t know. I just accepted that the answer was WHISE JUG. Also, somehow I’ve never heard of KISHKA , which … how? (6D: Filled Jewish dish). KNISH, sure. KISHKA somehow got past me. So that just made me feel bad about myself (not the puzzle’s fault, obv). Also, the cluing was weird and had me writing in wrong answers often. UNIONIZES before UNIONISTS was wrong (17A: Organized Workers). UNIONISTS are just… union members? Like me? I guess it’s an OK term, but not good enough for me to enjoy your obviously deliberately misdirective hint (when the misdirection answer is stronger than your own answer, then the misdirection actually works against you). Still not sure what the clue is doing on BEAM (13D: Big smile). BEAM is a verb. If I smile, I don’t have a BEAM on my face. I’d sooner drink from a jug WHISE than sport a BEAM. But the hint means that the answer *must* be a noun. So … the puzzle was a lot of slog up top. It became less sloggy when I finally got the theme and realized that WHISE JUG was not, in fact, a thing I was being asked to accept. But it remained quite sloggy at the hint and (desperate-for-current) level. ROBOT KITS was absolutely joyless. I’m really waiting for something new and fantastic but I just got … two words that can go side by side. Not even sure what these kits are, or why you are buying so many. I think the theme is clever enough, and certainly the lower half was easier to enjoy / appreciate once I understood the theme. But JOCKEY FOR just felt really original and interesting as an answer.
[Feeling impostor syndrome] is too specific a clue for DOUBT. Without the SELF-advance of DOUBT, it actually feels bad. If you heard about E-BOY, you forgot, and as you read about it (see the entry “Word of the Day”, above), it was clear why you forgot. My mind was protecting me from things I didn’t know. TikTok is a lot of rich tech guys getting richer by selling screen addiction and mental health problems disguised as a youth agency (fun! empowering! youth!). But I’m old so my opinions are easily ignored. I get it. But I take “an old man who is very suspicious of TikTok” for “not a young man who pretends to be with TikTok in a desperate attempt to be relevant.” Still, the harmful effects of TikTok (and other forms of social media) are well known, even if you choose to ignore them. Here’s Amanda Hess in the NYT:
Besides the whole NOOB fiasco, the worst error pit I fell into was the GAS / GEL pit … ie I wrote in GAS and then “confirmed” it in GEL before finally realizing that the answers were actually HAY and HAT, respectively (34A: Fuel for a mustang? / 34D: Solution for a bad hair day). The small “m” on “mustang” should have clued me that it was not the car, but … I solve before 5am, so sometimes, the wires, the brain wires, have connectivity issues. The last thing I’m going to say is that MURMUR is not [reassuring sound]. It is an annoying inaudible speech sound. Or implies a rumor / gossip, which can suck. At best, it’s R.E.M. album. COOING is [soothing sound]. I guess a stream can murmur pleasantly, but until I am standing right next to Wordsworth, I am not suitable to make the murmur – “reassuring” connection. See you tomorrow. Crossword puzzles have been published in newspapers and other publications since 1873. They consist of a grid of squares where the player aims to write words both horizontally and vertically.
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Ny Times Crossword 1 May 22, Sunday
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Agar (also “agar-agar”) is a gelatin extracted from algae that has many uses. Agar is found in Japanese desserts, and can also be used as a food thickener or even as a laxative. In the world of science, it is the most common medium used for growing bacteria in Petri dishes.
Domestic cats with a white coat and brown and black patches are called calico cats in this country. Back in Ireland, and the rest of the world I think, cats like these are called tortoiseshell and white. “Calico” is not a breed of cat, but rather a color.
Rex Parker Does The Nyt Crossword Puzzle: Stuffed Jewish Dish / Thu 4 7 22 / Jordan Peele’s Production Company Named For A Classic Horror Short Story / 1981 Video Game That Featured The
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