Puzzled @ #22695: Fantastic grid. (14 minutes ago)
Puzzled @ #22702: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. (34 minutes ago)
Yrieithydd @ #22671: Popcorn chicken? (53 minutes ago)
Yrieithydd @ #22686: Dance Moms?
I went for Swiss Austrian cities and wasn't given the mark but it's more accurate than places in the Alps.
(1 hour, 5 minutes ago)
Yrieithydd @ #22688: Big houses should go for residences of the wealthy, though estate is the area not the house (1 hour, 19 minutes ago)
Yrieithydd @ #22694: The initials line was the easy one. Hey Jude is not a spoonerism of Jay hood as hood rhymes with Judd.
I got the REM group by selecting people the initials LB (1 hour, 35 minutes ago)
Yrieithydd @ #22696: Was Linford Christie involved in a drug scandal? (1 hour, 47 minutes ago)
Els @ #22623: TooCleverByHalf? not clever enough - reread the answers (2 hours, 8 minutes ago)
Jo @ #22671: I'd say a jerk is a mean person rather than a stupid one. The rest was good, though. (2 hours, 23 minutes ago)
Polly @ #2297: I put carpentry for woodworking, thought close enough (2 hours, 32 minutes ago)
connecter @ #22690: One of the big cats is spelt wrong, and you should accept Marvel as an answer for the "Avengers" (2 hours, 41 minutes ago)
Jo @ #22702: Weak and / or nonsensical connections, badly thought out grid. (2 hours, 43 minutes ago)
Els @ #22702: nonsense grid (2 hours, 44 minutes ago)
connecter @ #22702: Rubbish (2 hours, 49 minutes ago)
NiceGuySi @ #22702: I don't get "e"
Is it that they all start or end with an e?
(3 hours, 19 minutes ago)
Smolenskoy @ #22702: Agree with you Tom, berries or fruits more logical answer. Would help if Raspberry was spelt correctly. Two of the rows were absolute waste of time!
(3 hours, 33 minutes ago)
Walter Clements @ #22702: walter (3 hours, 47 minutes ago)
Walter Clements @ #22702: i like fire trucks and moster trucks (3 hours, 47 minutes ago)
Tom @ #22702: Surely "berries" is the more obvious connection for the Blueberry group. What's the connection for the English group? The answer seems to be cut off. (4 hours, 17 minutes ago)
Kimbo @ #22689: Good grid! (4 hours, 48 minutes ago)
Kimbo @ #22688: Good grid! (4 hours, 51 minutes ago)
year 13 wickersley @ #22702: i like a very yes (5 hours, 2 minutes ago)
Only Me @ #22699: ....and your point is? (5 hours, 8 minutes ago)
Only Me @ #22690: Nice one. (5 hours, 10 minutes ago)
Only Me @ #22700: Kelly got me too. Nice themes though. (5 hours, 14 minutes ago)
biglinton shagson @ #22698: walter (5 hours, 24 minutes ago)
Walter Clements @ #22698: i like fire trucks and moster trucks (5 hours, 24 minutes ago)
biglinton shagson @ #22698: cabbage (5 hours, 28 minutes ago)
coelengish @ #22698: they all have e letter in them mr landcon coleingotn (5 hours, 33 minutes ago)
JOE @ #22698: MAMA (5 hours, 33 minutes ago)
Drew @ #566: What is a finishing line? A finish line is a thing I have heard of, but not a finishing line. Otherwise, good quiz. (5 hours, 56 minutes ago)
DLandonCole @ #22694: Outstandingly good - thankyou! (6 hours, 1 minute ago)
DLandonCole @ #22696: I only got the House group, and that was after trying all the Prime Minister combinations! Fun grid! (6 hours, 6 minutes ago)
DLandonCole @ #22700: Really like the French regional dishes clue. The 'Kellys' clue didn't recognise 'Kelly' in the singular! (6 hours, 7 minutes ago)
DLandonCole @ #22698: There's some real potential here - the jazz clue is good, and the orange clue could work without the 'sun if it was orange' give away. I'm not sure why 'jam' is the solution to that grid - it could just as easily be berries or fruits. I don't understand the 'letter e' connection. (6 hours, 10 minutes ago)
year 13 wickersley @ #22698: i like it a very yes (6 hours, 24 minutes ago)
terrence @ #22699: very nice i like it a ver ymuch ! (6 hours, 25 minutes ago)
brod @ #22699: o my frsking god this was avsulutly amazimg i would lobe to have sex with big shaz oh my oh my imma blox ughhhhhhhhhhhhh
(6 hours, 26 minutes ago)
Y13 Wickersley 6th form @ #22699: I like the shazza one (6 hours, 31 minutes ago)
mal @ #22686: What others said: and Wish isn't a 'standard' channel in the UK (6 hours, 52 minutes ago)
L Bend @ #22694: In what part of Lancashire does Hood rhyme with Jude? Is there a Scottish part of Lancashire? (7 hours, 14 minutes ago)
Tony @ #22690: Cheetah, not Cheater (7 hours, 17 minutes ago)
neilb4god @ #22690: Maybe try to add some red herrings in your next grid. Good try, though (7 hours, 44 minutes ago)
Keir H @ #22694: Hey, birdbrain, (not insulting them, that's what they put their name as) you could argue that Jay Hood isn't a spoonerism of Hey Jude because Jude doesn't quite rhyme with Hood (unless you live in Lancashire) but spoonerisms don't require correct spellings. The reason they work as spoonerisms is because you're just swapping around the phonetics of the words. (7 hours, 47 minutes ago)
x @ #22686: Too many obscure fictional characters (8 hours, 30 minutes ago)
Lindybeige @ #22686: Those cities are NOT in the Alps. They are all German-speaking cities outside of Germany. (8 hours, 37 minutes ago)
Lindybeige @ #22690: A cheater is not a big cat. I think you mean cheetah.
It would have been nice had 'Marvel comic hero' been considered correct. (8 hours, 51 minutes ago)
Tom @ #22598: smashed it, 10/10 in 38 secs, and what? come at me bro!! (9 hours, 41 minutes ago)
Tom @ #22656: smashed it (9 hours, 46 minutes ago)
John @ #22681: Cesar Chavez and Cesar Romero are spelled differently from Caesar Salad and Augustus Caesar. (9 hours, 55 minutes ago)
birdbrain @ #22694: SPOONERISMS ARE WRONG RE SPELLNGS (10 hours, 6 minutes ago)
FS @ #22695: failed utterly, but enjoyed the solution! (10 hours, 25 minutes ago)
Peekay @ #22694: Good but extremely tough, the Initials line is gonna stump nearly everyone i'm afraid (10 hours, 47 minutes ago)
Y12 Maths @ #22656: This also changed our lives. We have never felt so proud of ourselves for completing this Puzzgrid. Thank you VERY much. Please make more. (10 hours, 49 minutes ago)
Y12 Maths @ #22652: Best one we've EVER done. This has changed our lives. Thank you... :) (10 hours, 52 minutes ago)
Malcolm @ #22686: Bern and Zurich are about 60 miles from the alps and vienna isn't in the alps either (10 hours, 52 minutes ago)
plainplane @ #22691: The Yellow category was a bit rubbish but the Super one was nice to solve. (11 hours, 9 minutes ago)
Pedant @ #22670: Hear, hear! (11 hours, 15 minutes ago)
Pedant @ #22686: Freeview is not a channel, it's a television platform. (11 hours, 38 minutes ago)
Pedant @ #22691: That's not how you spell cheetah, genius. (12 hours, 11 minutes ago)
Emmie @ #22691: It was alright (12 hours, 22 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22681: Neither is Chavez while we're at it! (13 hours, 49 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22681: Cesar Romero (I assume that is who the clue refers to) is NOT a CAESAR (13 hours, 49 minutes ago)
Tony @ #5633: very elegant, very easy! (13 hours, 55 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22671: excellent grid. good mix of categories and connections and achievable (13 hours, 59 minutes ago)
Tony @ #8815: too hard for me - slightly thrown by the tie line - bow or neck is an adjective that can go with tie, not a type of tie (14 hours, 2 minutes ago)
Tony @ #15868: a bit too easy (14 hours, 9 minutes ago)
Tony @ #566: absolutely excellent (14 hours, 11 minutes ago)
Bearcules @ #22671: Decent. Got 5/10. (14 hours, 59 minutes ago)
jjj @ #11422: lll (15 hours, 47 minutes ago)
Klaidas Kazlauskas @ #11422: (15 hours, 48 minutes ago)
Jake @ #11422: it was difficult (15 hours, 48 minutes ago)
Jasper @ #11422: It was ok (15 hours, 49 minutes ago)
sam @ #11422: hi (15 hours, 50 minutes ago)
Jasper @ #11422: It was ok (15 hours, 50 minutes ago)
Pdiddy @ #11422: wicked game!
(15 hours, 50 minutes ago)
Glooey @ #22681: Nice diversion on the Charlie and the Chocolate factory names, but some of the connections were spurious.
(16 hours, 8 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22634: Very enjoyable grid. good work (17 hours, 6 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22669: very good grid. enjoyed it. On an unrelated note, I would describe the Asteroid group as 'Celestial bodies', and have only used SPATIAL when referring to things 'Taking up space' and not to describe things in SPACE, however I'm quite happy to stand corrected. (17 hours, 13 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22670: Not really a fan of when all the connections are the same TYPE of clue.
Also don't like it when in the same connection the word can either go before the clue or come after.
Not sure if I'm alone in this? thoughts......
(17 hours, 21 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22623: Yes I know. You are missing the point. The word 'LACY' does not begin with a fastening because it is not spelt that way. So the clue doesn't work. If, however, you are implying that because PART of the word SOUNDS like the desired word then that seems a bit weak and a bit shoe horned in. (17 hours, 32 minutes ago)
TooCleverByHalf @ #22609: I think every grid on here is inspired by 'Only Connect' but it needs to have a unique solution or it doesn't work (17 hours, 38 minutes ago)
Trench Rat @ #22671: As below, doesn't accept hat... (17 hours, 45 minutes ago)
Namaztak @ #22671: Didn't accept just the word "hat" for that group. (18 hours, 11 minutes ago)
MariaTheDog @ #22669: Good grid. (18 hours, 45 minutes ago)
Wordie @ #22671: Good one (19 hours, 2 minutes ago)
Omegaman @ #22358: Agree with MK. When all the words in a group are different ways of saying the same thing then "synonyms" on its own should ALWAYS be an acceptable answer. (1 day ago)
Gavin @ #22617: Excellent crossovers and nothing too niche. (1 day ago)
James @ #22606: A jolly good time. Might catch ya off guard tho. (1 day, 2 hours ago)
Browny6000 @ #15199: Well, I'm chuffed with 3/10 for a fiendish wall! (1 day, 3 hours ago)
joe mama @ #7365: this is challenging and unique, very cool and epic (1 day, 3 hours ago)
mal @ #19318: easy but nice
(1 day, 3 hours ago)
Gaffer @ #22668: 'irony' got it by default. You can have that one. (1 day, 3 hours ago)
Liz @ #19355: Don't bother with this quiz, none of the links are provided (1 day, 4 hours ago)
Gerry @ #22665: Tricky (1 day, 4 hours ago)
FS @ #22669: the one with galaxy was rather weak, the rest was fun (1 day, 4 hours ago)
mal @ #19377: You FUCKING sexist offensive bell-end. (1 day, 4 hours ago)
Renubo @ #22602: Hi all, thanks for your comments!
Aida is a musical too: Elton John & Tim Rice's Aida. I included it to make it a bit trickier because most people know it as an opera.
(1 day, 5 hours ago)
chris @ #22656: Good intelligent grid, no celebs or Harry Potter. Well done! (1 day, 5 hours ago)