WindmillLady: One group made me laugh out loud. Great! (2 months ago)
Giggsy: Essex group just daft. All others good and fun. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
JS: Not really sure that the Essex girls one really works - I get where you're coming from, of course, but it's a stereotype rather than a factually accurate. Other than that, really good grid. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Angie T: Thanks Mr V. It's my favourite of the ones I've done. Gutted I messed it up having Bow AND Vine. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
The Void: Would've been 10/10 for me, except I typed a correct link into the wrong group. (Still mentally laughing at the Garfield group connection.) But I only had 18 seconds spare, so it was a fun wall. Nice one. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Angie T: What you should have told me is that I made an error having two orange properties. That would have been constructive. See how it works? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Angie T: Thank you for that constructive criticism, Hazza.
What did you find obscure?
Let me help you.
Trump is the paedophile currently inhabiting the White House. Paddington is a bear.
Essex is a county.
Trains run into stations.
Bow Street used to have famous runners.
Words are formed by constructing letters in a given and somewhat predictable arrangement.
There is literally nothing obscure on the grid unless you mean the worms one which grossed $13 million at the box office.
If you mean it's too difficult for you - just say so. If you have nothing constructive to give me as criticism, simply don't bother and stick to reading Biff and Chip books. Cheers. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Hazza: Obscure (2 months, 3 weeks ago)