Comments about all grids

Bliss @ #64792: Counsel - council what gives a damn. What I got was a smile and a genuine outloud chuckle. Thanks🙂 (5 hours, 45 minutes ago)

Jonkheer @ #64751: Fun, and made me giggle to myself when I was solving by trial and error – e.g. "Leave me alone, Im girl" (6 hours, 39 minutes ago)

Bliss @ #64789: Very good, had me bamboozled. Me - "chicken....". straight over my head. TY (6 hours, 42 minutes ago)

Bliss @ #64799: Should have got confetti, especially when I had used the punch connection recently myself. Enjoyed, thank you (6 hours, 51 minutes ago)

Ryan J Murphy @ #64791: I've never even heard of Led Zeppelin 10/10 (7 hours, 54 minutes ago)

Joanne @ #64791: 10/10. I like it! (8 hours, 49 minutes ago)

Freddgar @ #64792: Good grid, I fell in to the Red trap, clever You win 7-10 Thanks for posting (10 hours, 52 minutes ago)

Paul @ #64793: Nice one! (14 hours, 40 minutes ago)

Paul @ #64791: Add an S, Add an S, Add an S, Add an I. That's just not cricket. (14 hours, 43 minutes ago)

stjohn @ #64793: nice and easy or as I will call it - kneesy! confetti (15 hours, 18 minutes ago)

Anastase @ #64791: Nice grid. (16 hours, 21 minutes ago)

RMP @ #64792: Nice grid, but it is Queen's Counsel not Queens Council (16 hours, 39 minutes ago)

Tom @ #64719: Enjoyed this one! :) (18 hours, 29 minutes ago)

b @ #59527: Never seen Derry girls, but I got the grid right. Pretty easy in that respect (19 hours ago)

Dysgwr @ #64791: Lovely, thanks. (19 hours, 20 minutes ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64789: Wow - got nowhere with this but at least I know what chicken salt it now! Thanks, Hamburger (19 hours, 24 minutes ago)

PeteC85 @ #64791: That was hard, but great. Really threw me for ages, but got there. (19 hours, 32 minutes ago)

max_shelton93 @ #64791: Lovely - very enjoyable. (19 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Garth @ #64791: Excellent grid. Thanks. (19 hours, 46 minutes ago)

James Rawson @ #64791: Lovely stuff as always (20 hours, 9 minutes ago)

RMP @ #64767: This has been miscoded as being in English. The grid and links are also in (I think) Norwegian. I don't mind being tested on other cultures, but please put the links in English. (20 hours, 22 minutes ago)

Ian @ #64786: Enjoyed this grid. Sea going was the easiest group to spot. Not sure about hats being strong enough. (20 hours, 24 minutes ago)

orchard91 @ #64786: Thanks for the comments. On reflection, you're right, the marooning was really more notable in that case. (20 hours, 37 minutes ago)

Hamburger @ #64786: I was on the right path with a few but couldn't solve it in time. Nice grid, cheers. (21 hours, 51 minutes ago)

Sredni @ #64776: Cleverly constructed. A classic. (21 hours, 53 minutes ago)

Sredni @ #64791: Perfectly formed. (21 hours, 55 minutes ago)

Hamburger @ #64791: I like the mother line. (22 hours, 2 minutes ago)

Hamburger @ #64719: This is good. (22 hours, 16 minutes ago)

Jay @ #64771: My trivia is not so good, so I liked it (1 day, 4 hours ago)

jesss @ #41311: Tom Cruise was a bit vague compared to the rest perhaps? otherwise absolutely fab !! (1 day, 6 hours ago)

jesss @ #32895: very well thought out, much enjoyed :)) (1 day, 6 hours ago)

Pato @ #64786: I liked this, though to be picky one of them was famed for not seafaring but being marrooned? (1 day, 6 hours ago)

b @ #60164: Cornel West, Jerry West? Due can go with any group, so you could swap Due and Korea, which isn't what's supposed to happen. (1 day, 7 hours ago)

b @ #64749: OK, though I can understand some purists would say there's a little flexibility in some answers where there should not be. West Germany, East Ham; South Pole, North Africa (1 day, 9 hours ago)

Gridlington @ #64770: Quite tricky. Also the Cook one looks to be a zero not a letter O (1 day, 14 hours ago)

DH @ #64766: great grid cheers (1 day, 14 hours ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #64476: Nice (1 day, 14 hours ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #64759: Nice one (1 day, 14 hours ago)

D.Ceeving @ #64721: Thanks for comments - Samoa inserted (1 day, 16 hours ago)

Jim @ #64753: Really clever grid. Lots of cross-overs (1 day, 19 hours ago)

Plod @ #64770: Need your coffee! (1 day, 21 hours ago)

stjohn @ #64770: I got 2 [not points] just 2. Must be too early in the day for me. Thanks J (1 day, 21 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64771: 10/3 to you. TY (1 day, 21 hours ago)

Freddgar @ #64766: Very good, nice couple of red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 day, 22 hours ago)

Hal Jam @ #64761: Spayed? (1 day, 23 hours ago)

mal @ #64750: Very easy but fun and nicely put together (2 days, 1 hour ago)

kekr @ #64741: bobao (2 days, 3 hours ago)

Trixie @ #64756: Fun ty (2 days, 4 hours ago)

Avenger @ #12387: Actor knights rejected! 😡 (2 days, 5 hours ago)

TribalElder @ #64750: Great grid, like the way you linked these together! (2 days, 8 hours ago)

Firestarter @ #64759: Fun (2 days, 8 hours ago)

RBR45 @ #64750: good grid - (2 days, 10 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64750: Easy k e, nice links. TY (2 days, 13 hours ago)

RMP @ #64755: This has been wrongly coded as being in English. It, and all the answers, is entirely in French. The two negative rows are more or less interchangeable. (2 days, 14 hours ago)

Swordfish7 @ #64719: Great grid. Top marks. Do some more please. (2 days, 14 hours ago)

Swordfish7 @ #64749: It does not have a unique solution which they should. Crossovers are required but it can't have several solutions. Germany and Ham for example could be swapped and it makes a correct solution - this should not happen (2 days, 15 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64749: With 'paw' I felt the urge to write 'sarf'. Got the confetti though. TY (2 days, 15 hours ago)

Doc Filth @ #64721: @ Jonny - I agree, I'd switch one of them out for Dominica or Samoa. (2 days, 17 hours ago)

Trixie @ #64749: Yes Paul, some crossovers needed, don't want it to be too easy. (2 days, 18 hours ago)

Paul @ #64749: Seems like some of the N-S and E-W ones could be swapped. (2 days, 18 hours ago)

Paul @ #64751: Great! (2 days, 18 hours ago)

RMP @ #64749: Cleverly made - took me longer than it should have because so many crossovers. (2 days, 18 hours ago)

Mr Picky @ #64707: These are 'Council areas' not 'Regions'. Except 'Ross' is not a council area, 'Ross and Cromarty' is on that list. (2 days, 20 hours ago)

film buff @ #64731: Tak (3 days, 2 hours ago)

PJ @ #64730: This is even more difficult if you know that "barry" mean horizontal stripes. (3 days, 3 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64742: Not really my cup of tea, but that said it was a good puzzle. Ty (3 days, 3 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64745: Happy with 6/10. Ty (3 days, 3 hours ago)

Shane @ #64730: poor (3 days, 5 hours ago)

Avenger @ #12358: Poor grid. Try harder and do better next time. (3 days, 5 hours ago)

b @ #64700: Like what they said (3 days, 6 hours ago)

b @ #64707: OK (3 days, 6 hours ago)

Mama @ #64734: You tricked me! (3 days, 10 hours ago)

HermioneG @ #64734: Loved the Harry Potter reference! Lots of red herrings, and a great grid (3 days, 10 hours ago)

Fisty @ #64733: Nice grid, only just got Disney link TY (3 days, 11 hours ago)

Ace @ #64720: Far too specialist to be of general interest. (3 days, 14 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64732: A cryptic workout (3 days, 14 hours ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64719: I loved how you had a red herring for the fruit-based clue but, to compensate, put some very obvious clues for that category. A lot of the times the "part of word" clues are super sneaky, so I appreciate making this one a bit more visible. (3 days, 14 hours ago)

Jonny @ #64721: Good grid although the ‘countries beginning with men’s names’ group could also be ‘African countries’. (3 days, 16 hours ago)

film buff @ #64727: @Bliss, I always appreciate a fellow buff! (3 days, 17 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64727: I should have got the couples group [but dodn't]. I also liked the Get Shorty line. Think I would have used "Wonderful Life" 1964. TY (3 days, 17 hours ago)

anagramszbj @ #64506: d'oh ! you're right - updated (3 days, 20 hours ago)

Fred @ #64719: Very enjoyable - thank you! (3 days, 20 hours ago)

nighttime @ #64708: nice! (4 days ago)

Dan Egan @ #63903: Good grid. (4 days, 1 hour ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64707: Good grid. Great false group. Didn't know the regions of Scotland. (4 days, 5 hours ago)

Omegaman @ #64696: They aren’t famous Davids they are famous people called David, singular, although I wasn’t aware of David Harbour before. (4 days, 5 hours ago)

Freddgar @ #64711: These are really good grids, enjoy playing. I slipped up on the hot.light Got the rest. You win 7-10 Thanks for posting. (4 days, 9 hours ago)

Freddgar @ #64719: Really good grid, I was going round in circles for a while. 13 seconds left. Red herrings galore, across subjects, excellent work. 10s all round. Thanks for posting, more please (4 days, 9 hours ago)

Susan Main @ #64719: Maybe you mean Walken? (4 days, 10 hours ago)

Garth @ #64719: Quality grid. Nice work. (4 days, 10 hours ago)

Garth @ #64707: Quality grid. (4 days, 11 hours ago)

Fred @ #18821: Extremely enjoyable. Thank you! (4 days, 11 hours ago)

Fred @ #64715: Sorry but that was dreadful! (4 days, 13 hours ago)

malcolm @ #64709: Not a fan of the s or no s categories - could you not get them all the same? missed a great opportunity not having a Ringo category (not sure how feasible that would be, but it would be cool) (4 days, 15 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64711: Thank you (4 days, 16 hours ago)

Bearcules @ #64707: Really enjoyable - challenging yet was able to work it out eventually. Good work! (4 days, 16 hours ago)

stjohn @ #64707: 10/10 (4 days, 19 hours ago)

stjohn @ #64709: Just because I did not know my Zuccini from my Puccini. (4 days, 20 hours ago)

Trixie @ #64709: Stj, put that half back where you found it! (4 days, 20 hours ago)

stjohn @ #64709: 10 and a half - :-) (4 days, 20 hours ago)

stjohn @ #64708: 9 and a half :-) (4 days, 20 hours ago)

Paul @ #64686: @Ace yes, but sol-fa doesn't use the words in the form in this grid, the song does. (4 days, 21 hours ago)

parkey @ #64686: Whats a man bag? (5 days ago)

Mick @ #64700: Focus not focas (5 days, 3 hours ago)

RMP @ #64700: I think you mean "Focus" not "Focas", at least in the UK (5 days, 8 hours ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64640: Chump change = small change = bad pay b..Goggle it! Movements!! 🤣 (5 days, 10 hours ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64644: Took me a while to get the set name for the last on not being a bond fan,but I did see in time. NiceTY (5 days, 11 hours ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64648: Nice simple theme that doesn`t rely on me being an enthusiast in some field. (5 days, 11 hours ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64696: Enjoyed. Normal stuff. I didn`t have to be a film buff or a scientist, a tradesman,a manga enthusiast or even speak another language! (5 days, 11 hours ago)

Garth @ #64634: Nice presidential herrings! (5 days, 14 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64693: 👍 (5 days, 15 hours ago)

Pedant @ #64693: I think it's Mark Antony, isn't it (in Julius Caesar)? Not Henry V. (5 days, 15 hours ago)

Bliss @ #64693: 😂 (5 days, 16 hours ago)

The 6th Spice Girl @ #64693: I auditioned to be Fenugreek Spice. (5 days, 16 hours ago)

ava @ #64675: it was very fun but too easy for me (5 days, 17 hours ago)

Ace @ #64686: Do-re-mi is known as the Tonic sol-fa, predating the song by a couple of hundred years. (5 days, 17 hours ago)

Aidan @ #64648: Wow ! (5 days, 17 hours ago)

Ace @ #64678: And (S)trait could also go into the Land group, Cloud into the Ocean group. (5 days, 17 hours ago)

b @ #59055: I'd struggle to call Subway a restaurant. Very easy grid, maybe too easy. (5 days, 18 hours ago)

Spikethecat @ #64682: Great grid. Thanks :-) (5 days, 18 hours ago)

John @ #64686: Old School, Old Man, Old Hand, Old Bum (a 1951 film) also works but the original answer clearly better (5 days, 18 hours ago)

Bearcules @ #64682: Really enjoyed this. Straightforward and fun, thanks (5 days, 19 hours ago)

Ian @ #64682: Enjoyed this grid. (5 days, 20 hours ago)

Ian @ #64683: (5 days, 21 hours ago)

Mr Picky @ #64678: Is the Cloud result a real thing? It it is then Cloud and Land can be swapped. If not, then the clue does not work. (And, HalJam, just saying 'Not unique' is not all that helpful.) (5 days, 22 hours ago)

Hypatia @ #64668: Should take "animal" (5 days, 22 hours ago)

Spikethecat @ #64635: very enjoyable grid. TY :-) (6 days ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #58843: did you get your spelling recs from the corn??? corn woman?>??????? (6 days, 3 hours ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64679: In the city, the city of compton (6 days, 3 hours ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64682: Quite a mental journey you brought me on. I enjoyed my time in your puzzle and (6 days, 3 hours ago)

Jet Jaguar @ #64147: I put in Newspapers for the Tompkins-Herald-Union-Washington (guessing based on Washington Post and The Herald), and for some reason it accepted it? I'll take the points, but I think I probably should have got that wrong, lol (6 days, 5 hours ago)

HalJam @ #64678: Not unique. (6 days, 7 hours ago)

Fisty @ #64661: Have amended the bird group (6 days, 7 hours ago)

Loin El Richie @ #64634: Ever heard of Snoop Doggy Dog? (6 days, 10 hours ago)

Loin El Richie @ #64668: You can't throw an up. Thanks all the same. (6 days, 10 hours ago)

b @ #64668: Pretty good. Not sure about flying squid. (6 days, 10 hours ago)

fi @ #64655: shogi!!! never heard of it, no streamers, boo hoo. (6 days, 11 hours ago)

Fred @ #64675: Pardon? (6 days, 11 hours ago)

Doc @ #64629: fiiinnnneeeeee (6 days, 12 hours ago)

Kitty @ #64670: Yes, 'black' doesn't work once formatted into the actual grid. (6 days, 12 hours ago)

count snackula @ #64648: nice (6 days, 12 hours ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64668: Nice grid! Just a word of caution, the flying category could also just be classified as "animals" so might be good to have one item in there that is not an animal that can be preceded with flying just to ensure there's not two possible connections! (6 days, 12 hours ago)

Ian @ #64673: Not very scientific. (6 days, 13 hours ago)

H @ #64670: Shouldn't "black" be "white" (or have I misunderstood)? (6 days, 15 hours ago)

bert @ #13096: wtf is "pulpo" or "opulp" ?? (6 days, 16 hours ago)

b @ #59048: Bought is not Boat (6 days, 18 hours ago)

b @ #62782: OK, but I've never heard of this Gaiman character (6 days, 19 hours ago)

David @ #64644: A good one with a nice (obvious) red herring link. (6 days, 19 hours ago)

May @ #64662: @Ace, how is Canute a dog? Gnosticism is a religion. Just as Buddism is. Both are spiritual experiences without a deity. As someone who works 2 days a week as a volunteer, I rather resent not being regarded as a worker by you. Some people like to fault find. (6 days, 20 hours ago)

Ace @ #64662: Sorry, didn't mean to sound so harsh. Good effort anyway. (6 days, 20 hours ago)

Ace @ #64662: Really should allow dog, no need to be so specific. Volunteer is none of the 4 words listed, and gnostic isn't really a religion. (6 days, 20 hours ago)

Ace @ #64661: You've misspelled beaK in your answers. TBH that link was a bit contorted anyway. (6 days, 21 hours ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64648: Fun! (6 days, 23 hours ago)

Daz @ #64655: never heard of shogi... (1 week ago)

Daz @ #64661: not very well though through...Leg - part of a bird, lol? (1 week ago)

Paul @ #64661: very satisfying. even though i fluked the last category! (1 week ago)

DH @ #64634: Awesome grid. (1 week ago)

Kevin @ #64420: do not upload the same puzzle 3 times please (1 week ago)

Ian @ #64635: Enjoyed this grid (1 week ago)

Ian @ #64644: Enjoyedthis grid. (1 week ago)

Ian @ #64655: Enjoyed this grid. Never heard of the game. (1 week ago)

Omegaman @ #64640: Would have got confetti if movement was accepted! (1 week ago)

mal @ #64648: easy but fun. would be improved if there weren't two temperature related ones in the same set (1 week ago)

Wye Knott @ #64661: Bravo, very good cannot believe I missed football - total "doh" moment. Enjoyable thank you. (1 week ago)

RMP @ #64660: Answers need to be spelled out. Is DSMP a band? Or a political group? Or what? (1 week ago)

b @ #64599: The blackcurrants we picked tonight are fresh, not dried. Fairly straightforward grid; just needs your group answers tidying up. (1 week ago)

Lin @ #64640: Didn't accept body parts of movement :( (1 week ago)

Ace @ #64660: Seeing your posting name (thanks for that at least) I clicked this and left it alone for 3 minutes just to see the answers. Not a single one makes any sense to me. (1 week ago)

d @ #64617: Same for me Fi. Could see the categories but there were too many obscure (to me) answers for me to be able to get any of the groups. (1 week ago)

Mark Norman @ #64658: You need to add a word, phrase, or set of words that you'll accept as an answer. Xeon, Pentium etc. are all processors - so your the accepted answer(s) might be 'processors' or 'data processors' or 'computer processors'. The answers you've given for each category are not answers the average person will give you - which makes grids like yours very frustrating to play. (1 week ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64534: Neat concept 👍 (1 week ago)

d @ #64633: Thanks for the grid. Got three categories within 20 seconds but came unstuck identifying the link for the final group - never heard of knuckleball or tetherball (I know it as swingball) (1 week ago)

bert @ #17773: idaho wasnt a womble (1 week ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64633: Nice one... (1 week ago)

bert @ #17764: odd that Uni is acceptable but Croc isnt (1 week ago)

count snackula @ #64633: good grid (1 week ago)

count snackula @ #64534: good grid, my compliments to the setter (1 week ago)

stjohn @ #64651: well i liked it, and why not (1 week ago)

ernst blofinger @ #64526: horns link got me... very good grid. cheers.. (1 week ago)

stjohn @ #64647: I liked that, ty (1 week ago)

stjohn @ #64648: absolute nice quickie (1 week ago)

film buff @ #64649: I love Random Harvest, to me it has the same feel as Waterloo Bridge (another fave). Freaks is quite disturbing! (1 week ago)

Movie Buff @ #64649: So just 4/10 for me (1 week ago)

Movie Buff @ #64649: Random Harvest - a go to movie for me, so that line was easy[ish]. NK not a massive fan, so no idea on that line. Freaks is also a must watch movie, so that line was the easiest. Then the face palm doh! moment for the Chariots line. Smashing as always. TY (1 week ago)

b @ #64634: George Clinton? Who he? And I'm not really into vacuum cleaners. (1 week ago)

b @ #64640: Not sure I want a bowel movement in my puzzles. And what's chump change? (1 week ago)

Ian @ #64631: Enjoyed this grid. (1 week ago)

Paul @ #64646: Hmmmmmm..... (1 week ago)

Paul @ #64647: Perfect. (1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #64613: Fun and easy TY. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64608: I enjoyed this very much. TY :-) (1 week, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64645: Fun, easy grid, TY. Please check your spelling. BTW, the Aussie answers are states, not territories (1 week, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64607: Thanks - and I learnt about dogecoin. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64644: Very enjoyable grid and I liked the card suits red herring theme. TY :-) (1 week, 1 day ago)

Chester @ #64513: I like the way you think (1 week, 1 day ago)

Freddgar @ #64633: @b same as Swingball (1 week, 1 day ago)

me @ #29738: Grid ok, answers range poor (eg magic acts not taken) (1 week, 1 day ago)

b @ #63370: Lazy is an adjective, the rest are nouns. And I've never bothered with Star Wars, where you'd got a pretty poor line-up, so I don't think much of this one. (1 week, 1 day ago)

fi @ #64595: y blinders was a bit of a giveaway but play station buttons?! like ace i said shapes. gulliver....this game is based on only connect round 3, the wall. (1 week, 1 day ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64615: Good grid. Well done! (1 week, 1 day ago)

b @ #64631: Reasonably straighforward (1 week, 1 day ago)

b @ #64633: Tether ball? Where's that come from? (1 week, 1 day ago)

Trillium @ #64614: Well, I loved it. I like challenging and different angles like this. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Gridlington @ #64631: Easy but fun! (1 week, 1 day ago)

Trillium @ #64631: i.fetti (1 week, 1 day ago)

Chester @ #64608: good (1 week, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64632: Nice, but your 'ort' connection is superfluous, as they're all simply rhymes anyway, so nobody's going to look for a more complicated ink as well. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64615: I also enjoyed this grid. It felt challenging, but not too challenging. Most of the categories were unique too. Nicely done! (1 week, 1 day ago)

Plod @ #64630: I should have too! (1 week, 1 day ago)

Chester @ #64631: neat (1 week, 1 day ago)

Blondie @ #64632: Well I liked it (1 week, 1 day ago)

b @ #63870: Fairly straightforward (1 week, 1 day ago)

Moi Aussi @ #64630: Fabbo! I got 4/10 but it put a smile on my face ty. [P.S. I went for Johnathon not Taylor] (1 week, 1 day ago)

Paul @ #64630: Nice. (1 week, 1 day ago)

Moi Aussi @ #64614: To quote B*Witched "C'est La Vie" (1 week, 1 day ago)

Moi Aussi @ #64614: To quote B*Witched "C'est La Vie" (1 week, 1 day ago)

Ian @ #64617: Enjoyed this grid. Rowley Mile? (1 week, 1 day ago)

Ian @ #64615: Enjoyed this grid. (1 week, 1 day ago)

moi @ #64614: Liked this but I think different or challenging is not in favour atm. (1 week, 1 day ago)

fred @ #57254: places where you live should be an acceptable answer (1 week, 2 days ago)

fred @ #57274: did not accept "palindrome", but did accept "palindromes" (1 week, 2 days ago)

Val @ #15868: Egg (1 week, 2 days ago)

mal @ #64601: Easy but quite nice and fun (1 week, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #64507: HELP! Can someone tell me where wood comes from?! (1 week, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #64558: You've done it again. The only fiendish I will try (1 week, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #64559: Adorable. You cutie patootie (1 week, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #64513: See you at the pearly gates (1 week, 2 days ago)

blondie @ #58704: slightly inappropriate (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64614: No, I liked it, not seen that idea before. _slightly_ means just a tiny bit in this case (1 week, 2 days ago)

fi @ #64611: how is anyone supposed to know when fuji last erupted? and paris metro stations!? needless to say, i did not enjoy this one. (1 week, 2 days ago)

fi @ #64617: i knew what the groups were, i just couldnt find the ones to go in. i think there might be some usa refs here. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64614: It was an idea,I ran with it, maybe it needed refinement. Never mind, I will try something else. Thanks for the feedback (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64614: Nice idea, only slightly let down by a couple of inconsistencies. Once I'd got the idea I was looking for the first part to be the whole answer, two of them were the the other way round which threw me. (1 week, 2 days ago)

b @ #64595: I've never seen a Sony wotsit but got that group, so your answer is unnecessarily complex. Also I got the rail group although I live 200 miles from London and know little about the Tube map, so that too is unreasonable for people outside the capital. (1 week, 2 days ago)

b @ #64613: Fairly straightforward (1 week, 2 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64607: Nice one, liked the theme. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64608: That was quick! (Please add the word eight to the answers as well). (1 week, 2 days ago)

Trixie @ #64608: Thanks all fixed (1 week, 2 days ago)

Trixie @ #64608: Big change! (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64608: Ticks and Scorpions both have eight legs, not six. (1 week, 2 days ago)

John @ #64606: Good to have Macaroons back. Nice one. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64606: Good one. Nice mix of clues. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64598: The fruit group could also all be prefaced with black. (1 week, 2 days ago)

barry womble @ #64552: really diabolical grid, thanks. (1 week, 2 days ago)

barry womble @ #64557: tremendous. (1 week, 2 days ago)

barry womble @ #64563: brilliant. (1 week, 2 days ago)

barry womble @ #64513: A genuine puzzle. Really brilliant. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Trixie @ #64601: Liked it ty (1 week, 2 days ago)

Paul @ #64597: Excellent! (1 week, 2 days ago)

Paul @ #64595: Shapes Trains No need to make it more complicated than it has to be. (1 week, 2 days ago)

Shane @ #64581: Your audience is wider than you think. Poor. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64557: Excellent! Done with 15 seconds to spare. Really tested my brain cells. Thanks. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64560: Great grid. Thanks! And now I can add pickelhaube to my vocab :-) (1 week, 3 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64599: I enjoyed this easy grid. TY :-) Strictly speaking, apricots and dates can be fresh or dried. Thanks for allowing "fruit" as an answer. Other dried fruit (if you'd like to swap them out) craisins (dried cranberries) and sultanas. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64601: Good grid. Challenging! I ran out of time. TY (1 week, 3 days ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64513: Sorry my little brother Slug pressed my keyboard, I meant to say Salutations, (1 week, 3 days ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64513: Salutations, (1 week, 3 days ago)

stjohn @ #64585: Twists in the fishy tails. Ty (1 week, 3 days ago)

Baron @ #64581: Never seen glow but it's a TV show. Happy to help out. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Obama @ #38444: BRO SO EASY IVE NEVER TRIED SO LITTLE IN MY LIFE FIX YOUR STULID GAME YOU POOPY HEADS (1 week, 3 days ago)

Quinn @ #60050: Mom didn't get it :/ (1 week, 3 days ago)

Iversen @ #64218: Plettfritt! 8 av 12. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Gridlington @ #64563: Nice one, TY! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64553: NO WAY!😂 (1 week, 3 days ago)

Scrogger @ #64589: Very, very niche. No idea, pesonally. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64561: Only Americans call cushions pillows and only in the US do they both have covers! In UK Cushions go on sofas only, are square and have covers (Cushion covers). Pillows go on beds only, are rectangular and have cases.(Pillow cases) .Semantics are a pain! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Krista Lonsdale @ #64599: OOps! Innaccurate. Apricots are NOT neccessarily dried-they are called Apricots when fresh or dried. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Lin @ #64595: Shapes and game show hosts not accepted :( (1 week, 3 days ago)

Kitty @ #64591: Easy if you know them! (1 week, 3 days ago)

J @ #64513: .uzza. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Gulliver @ #64595: Good one. Not heard of ‘Only Connect’ though. (1 week, 3 days ago)

4T @ #64530: We will miss you as well sir. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Tom @ #64581: Yeah no idea about GLOW but enjoyed the grid all the same! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Sredni @ #64597: Clever idea and very well executed. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Trillium @ #64513: Confetti, and a fun one! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Scrogger @ #64528: Yeah John.... get a life! It's described as an "easy" grid. So don't complain that it's easy! (1 week, 3 days ago)

A @ #64581: Cube & skyscraper groups were easy, then I somehow managed to fluke the last 2 as I thought the movie group was things that can store water: CAMELot, JUGgernaut, cromWELL - couldn't see a fourth so I took a stab at gladiator and solved it And to the other commenters: I've never seen or heard of GLOW either but there's this incredible thing we have now called GOOGLE, try it out you'd be amazed what you can learn! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64595: Nice one, but the buttons are also all geometric shapes, for the non-gamers amongst us. (1 week, 3 days ago)

count snackula @ #64581: Not a scoobie what GLOW is (1 week, 3 days ago)

Dave @ #64589: Oof! A bit specialist for me. I'm sure one more cultured might have stood a chance. (1 week, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64589: To quote from an earlier comment - Obscurity does not equal a good grid. How many people are really going to be familiar to that level with the novels concerned? I mean, I know of them, even read one of them once a long time ago, but this is more of a 'special interest' grid really only suitable for scholars in the subject, (1 week, 3 days ago)

troemyd @ #64584: (1 week, 3 days ago)

Paul @ #64580: Obscurity does not equal a good grid. - eg characters from a film that are so minor 3 of them aren't even listed on the wikipedia page. The Winter semester group is nonsense. (1 week, 3 days ago)

RMP @ #64581: I don't even understand the answer to the "Britannica" row. Is it a film? A book? A TV or radio series? (1 week, 3 days ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #64581: Good grid- might have got it if I knew what Glow was! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Justforfun @ #64584: Just a weekly chuckle (1 week, 3 days ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64552: Nice one! (1 week, 3 days ago)

Plod @ #64563: Wye Knott, greys are the type of alien they purport to have captured at the Roswell incident - so named for their skin colour. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Plod @ #64571: Loved the champagne group (1 week, 4 days ago)

Jet Jaguar @ #57446: Never heard of "Tipperary" before (1 week, 4 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64560: So sorry, my bad, my poor eyesight, I had nat instead of matt. (1 week, 4 days ago)

werdna @ #64560: Good fun, but 'Matt' should be right! (1 week, 4 days ago)

Omegaman @ #64560: None of the people are called “Matts”, they are all called “Matt” singular and I thought hats should be enough for the headwear. (1 week, 4 days ago)

stjohn @ #64571: @freddgar - lol (1 week, 4 days ago)

Lin @ #64191: Please allow vehicles :) (1 week, 4 days ago)

Dave @ #64552: Deceptively challenging! I spotted the connections but ran out of time. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Dave @ #64560: Enjoyed, ta. For some reason my "Matt" wasn't accepted (1 week, 4 days ago)

colabear @ #38894: virtually impossible nonsense - love it (1 week, 4 days ago)

DriveBetter @ #64518: ‘Dice roll’? Bit clunky. Also: ‘prefixed’, not ‘prefaced’. ‘Harass’ could be accepted (for ‘hound’ especially). Thank you. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #34789: Cool. Most quite easy. I'd never heard of Captain Haddock and Captain Planet though! (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #19238: cool, but super easy. completed very quickly (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #35648: Cool (1 week, 4 days ago)

Joni @ #64552: Enjoyed that. Thank you Plod (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #17624: cool. Very easy. Sometimes you need something easy and relaxing! (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #48309: If this was created for younger children, then it's quite nice. Too easy for an adult! (1 week, 4 days ago)

Julia Hird-Evans @ #64528: Nice. Quite easy to crack, but you need some easy ones for the beginners to learn this. Well done (1 week, 4 days ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64557: Love this puzzle a lot. You know it's good when I'm hunched over my desk reading the clues out loud over and over like a maniac. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Trixie fan @ #64528: It might be simple but it's a good confidence boost, thanks for posting, John: get a life (1 week, 4 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64571: Excellent grid, I didn't have a clue Zero for me, 5 stars for you Crimes it rhymes I'm a poet but... Thanks for posting, more please (1 week, 4 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64563: Nice change, well done 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 week, 4 days ago)

TopsyandTim @ #64571: How much effort went into that!!?? VERY well done. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Bathfood @ #49912: Fun. Devious. And lots for me to learn. Thanks! (1 week, 4 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64564: Nicely done, I felt a little silly when I saw the reveals. [I only scored 1/10] TY (1 week, 4 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64563: did not understand the aliens, but the rest was easy. ty (1 week, 4 days ago)

Daphne @ #24655: Great fun (1 week, 4 days ago)

Daphne @ #24654: Nice one (1 week, 4 days ago)

Christine Ann Hopper @ #50246: think you meant board for the last group ? (1 week, 4 days ago)

b @ #64501: So big means big. Well I never. (1 week, 4 days ago)

b @ #64472: What is Charlotte's web? Sorry, but if there is something I've never heard of, I mark them down. (1 week, 4 days ago)

john @ #64528: very mid, could be much much much better. Disappointing is no way near harsh enough to describe how i feel right now. :( (1 week, 4 days ago)

fi @ #64551: got fixed on bambi so took awhile, also wasnt sue of some spellings. great satisfaction when i saw the 10 point confetti! (1 week, 4 days ago)

b @ #64534: 10/10. Really straightforward, but a nice idea, and nothing anybody can complain about, which takes a bit of doing on here! Well done. (1 week, 4 days ago)

Anisa @ #64513: 10/10! Fabulous grid (1 week, 4 days ago)

DriveBetter @ #64526: *pedant alert* : Viking helmets didn’t have horns. Thank you for making this though. (1 week, 4 days ago)

mattstak @ #64561: Reupload of 64555, because I accidentally marked it as UK instead of US. (1 week, 5 days ago)

mattstak @ #64475: My mistake, I've updated the grid. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Jet Jaguar @ #64475: "Air" is not a Pokémon type; "Flying" is. Otherwise, this was a great puzzle! (1 week, 5 days ago)

Lin @ #64488: Please accept repeated (1 week, 5 days ago)

mattstak @ #64555: Oops, meant to mark this as US. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Gog-ette @ #64545: Great wall. Reall liked the water connection. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Swordfish7 @ #64555: It's a pillow case (1 week, 5 days ago)

b @ #64453: North West is not famous. (1 week, 5 days ago)

b @ #64555: Pillow fort? Where's that come from? (1 week, 5 days ago)

Lawrie Smith @ #64553: No way does no way sound like Norway. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64551: confetti (1 week, 5 days ago)

Stander @ #64552: Cute Idea! I only got the idea of standing, but too many words seemed related to it. I didn't find any grpup, but found three relations (1 week, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64553: Your magnets could also be parts of an electric circuit. Batteries have poles too. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Daphne @ #55929: Nice (1 week, 5 days ago)

Daphne @ #55958: Good grid. Nice mix (1 week, 5 days ago)

zbj @ #64545: good one! (1 week, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64537: Nice grid, but the answer descriptions contain the connections for the other groups, where you mention the red herring. Spoils the fun a bit. (1 week, 5 days ago)

RMP @ #64537: That's not how you spell Volkswagen (1 week, 5 days ago)

RMP @ #64534: kicking myself! Very nice. (1 week, 5 days ago)

count snackula @ #64534: nice themed grid (1 week, 5 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #64550: Does require knowing that cheddar is orange in Canada (it's yellow in the UK). Enjoyed this, though my Canadian geography needs some work! (1 week, 5 days ago)

Ben @ #64439: Same as Jay, I tried "re" for the port group. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Plod @ #64549: Liked this too TY (1 week, 5 days ago)

Plod @ #64550: Nice TY (1 week, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64520: Loved the hidden LMA reference. Fresh. Thanks :-) (1 week, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64529: Fun and fresh. Thanks :-) Got them all. And worked out Titian early. Was stuck on Ink later who I hadn't heard of. (1 week, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64534: Love the theme. Thanks :-) (1 week, 5 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64528: Nice and easy 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 week, 6 days ago)

mal @ #64534: easy but fun and nicely done (1 week, 6 days ago)

Enzed @ #64545: What, Atlantis wasn't real. And I thought it sounded so plausible :-) (1 week, 6 days ago)

Jay @ #64534: Cool (1 week, 6 days ago)

b @ #64513: Different, but 10/10, so different is good. (1 week, 6 days ago)

Dave @ #64522: Great stuff, TY. The Indie group threw me as I was trying to think what those stones in Temple of Doom could possibly be called from the selection! (1 week, 6 days ago)

Dave @ #64534: Nice theme, a bit straight forward once you spot it. Thanks! (1 week, 6 days ago)

IanB @ #64537: It's 'Volkswagen' with an 'e' (1 week, 6 days ago)

nitpicker @ #64534: Elementary, but with some sneaky stuff. I liked it! (1 week, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64522: I very much enjoyed trying to work out my theistic relics from my Monty Python (1 week, 6 days ago)

fi @ #64534: saw what the links were very quickly but had some fun getting the groups right. (1 week, 6 days ago)

hugh @ #20426: also porter (1 week, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64476: For ages I was thinking "I don't know any famous potters"! Good category, and just the right challenge for me (1 week, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64525: Fun challenge, it didn't help that I had Uncle Bulgaria as the smartest womble! (1 week, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64526: Really enjoyed this one. Inventive categories. The 'horns' one was the best, but each idea was original and challenging (1 week, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64529: It Lan got me too. But this was a fun twist, very original. And it was gettable despite the high-brow subjects, which is a perfect balance imho (1 week, 6 days ago)

Mister Tom @ #64529: Couldn't work out who ITLAN was... oh well (1 week, 6 days ago)

Daphne @ #29992: Nice grid-well constructed (1 week, 6 days ago)

blakrabit @ #64090: noo...game shows with a space should be taken too :( I'm counting it lol (1 week, 6 days ago)

Daphne @ #64520: Nice, well-balanced grid. (1 week, 6 days ago)

Plod @ #64532: Wye Knott, you know the drill : ) (1 week, 6 days ago)

triffik @ #64534: Nice one!! (1 week, 6 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64528: aaaaaaaah, confetti. :-) (1 week, 6 days ago)

blakrabit @ #64432: "give away" doesn't count, eh? (1 week, 6 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64532: resolved the wall but....used a different descriptor word for the search line. I know "accept the point anyway" :-) ty (1 week, 6 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64534: took me a while to spot what was going on, but got there in the end. ty (1 week, 6 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #64526: Tough, but pretty good. The letters one is a bit simple, but works as a misdirect. Got 7/10 because I thought the hairdressers were designers... (1 week, 6 days ago)

Gary @ #64518: Utter nonsense (1 week, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64528: A bit too simple , I feel. (1 week, 6 days ago)

GusTheFox @ #64526: Very good. Perhaps Ace is just a bit thick 🤷‍♂️ (1 week, 6 days ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #64526: I like this grid! (1 week, 6 days ago)

Sredni @ #64526: Loved this. Something a bit different. Very good fun. (1 week, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64527: You presumably meant ambivilous? Doesn't really work with your definition, nothing to do with hands per se. (1 week, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64526: One good group, the others... Viking Helmets didn't have horns, the concept of celebrity hairdressers is laughable and incredibly niche and the letters one is just too simplistic. (1 week, 6 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64506: Only one e in pale nanny, so it's not an anagram of Penny Lane (1 week, 6 days ago)

Shane @ #64513: Yep, loved it. Not hard but good unusual concept. The dots were important, would have made no sense otherwise. (2 weeks ago)

Kanye West @ #42675: Skete took my kids man. on god I'm mad (2 weeks ago)

gay fag @ #34856: (2 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #64509: Tom, yes Copperhead, Ironic and Leading had me hunting for a fourth metal too! (2 weeks ago)

Wally Winka @ #64373: Where did I park my car? (2 weeks ago)

Wally Winka @ #64406: Has anyone seenmy keys? (2 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #64513: I ran out of time - had to restart. Spotted the format just too late, but got them eventually. Very good! (2 weeks ago)

mal @ #64513: took me a minute and half, nice grid, let down by one proper noun. Change that and it'd be very good (2 weeks ago)

RBR45 @ #64520: nice grid 10/10 (2 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #64519: Nice. Best for some time in fact, though confetti with a minute left means maybe it was a bit too easy? (2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #64517: Fun to do, solved the wall. As for the Flipper line, as VCM says "If you don't know...guess". 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #64396: It stumped me, but it was fair and fun. I would not have guessed this was a first try - very well done. (2 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #64513: LIked it (2 weeks ago)

Doc Filth @ #64520: Yeah,nice. Very clever. (2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #64517: Fun and straightforward. Thanks. (2 weeks ago)

Tom @ #64509: Enjoyed this one. Spikethecat may not have noticed the red herrings but I got caught up on the metals non-group for a while. (2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64468: Hot chilli, mainly american term for a fruit stone. (2 weeks ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64513: I appreciate the decision to use the dots to guide the solver. I feel like they could have been omitted and it would have made the puzzle less accessible. Nice design choice! (2 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64501: 12 seconds (2 weeks ago)

b @ #64468: Ghost pepper? Peach pit? All a bit weird. (2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #64513: I found this super easy but fun (2 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64513: good consistent grid, well done. (2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64515: Just because they can have layers doesn't really make it a valid grouping; if they always have then sure, but you're requiring a second level of abstraction. Likewise the anagrams of homophones and the second letter green things - yes, fiendish, but too contrived to feel that they should have been achievable. (2 weeks ago)

ChuckieD @ #64515: Ian, give me an example of which one is confusing you and I'll see if i can improve it (2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #64515: 'have' and 'can have ' are not the same thing. Too random. (2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #64509: What is univited? (2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #64513: Fun while it lasted. (2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #64509: Enjoyed this grid. (2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #64513: Excellent and different. Ran out of time, got all the connections. You win by lots. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64513: Nice one. Not as easy as it looks even when you've got the format, took me 2:58 to get them all. (2 weeks ago)

Fish @ #64513: Fun format, plenty of potential for future grids too (2 weeks ago)

Fish @ #64509: This felt like a proper old fashioned grid, with categories beyond "words that can be followed by X". Also, any mention of Alanis Morrisette is always a win (2 weeks ago)

AJ @ #64260: I took the quart/ounce/teaspoon/pint as a general measurement match (first one I got). I missed the explanation on the Tea match. I guessed "disposable". (2 weeks ago)

b @ #64473: OK but cart isn't quatre, now is it. (2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64437: Brilliant grid. Loved the knotty puzzles. Please include clergy as an answer. Clergy - Body of persons, such as ministers, sheiks, priests and rabbis, who are trained and ordained for religious service Thanks :-) (2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64439: Another great grid. Thanks :-) (2 weeks ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64487: Great Job! (2 weeks ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64507: WOOD IS TREES TOO (2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64441: Good stuff! Thanks (2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64463: Fun! Thanks :-) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64468: Fun grid. However, Reading is a town, not a city (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64469: Fun and fresh. Thanks :-) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Justforfun @ #64473: Wye Kott I love Ronnie Barker, those 2 really made me laugh! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Justforfun @ #64489: Glad to see there is still a place for a bit of fun and nonsense : ) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64512: Good grid. Thanks :-) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64473: Fun! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64508: Excellent grid. Great crossovers! Thanks 10/10 :-) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64509: Good grid; straightforward and easy thanks :-) Check your spelling on "Univited" Would have liked some crossovers as I didn't see any or red herrings. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #50128: i listened to every song and ran out of time oops i lose oh well anyways how are you doing (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #62816: watermelon is green good BYE (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #62817: i llove gumy (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #41610: chocolate is called the color brown last time I checked but to be fair the last time I checked was a few days ago so I might be outdated. cheers. i'm 78 gummyluvr230 (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #64388: party on garth :^) (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #64396: i agree with count snackula (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #64414: googling pictures of pink oboe right now (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

gummyluvr220 @ #64474: b ball is short for baseball (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64487: Loved the red herrings in this puzzle. Nice job! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

b @ #64476: 10/10 for me. Nothing I can dispute or criticise there, which makes a hugely wonderful change from too many on here. Good one. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

fi @ #64489: initially thought these were anagrams but then i was muttering the designers and had a light bulb moment. i also do not pronounce "dew" with a j. clever but i did wonder at first about compilers literacy, sorry! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kitty @ #64499: Way too many possible categories here, and too many of the items could be swapped between the groups you've assigned. Oddly both esoteric and random. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

freddgar @ #64487: Nice and easy grid, good red red herrings 10 all round Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Wye Kott @ #64473: I thought I was good at mangled "homowotsits" but you are on a par with Ronnie Barker. You ARE having fun. EGGS SELL ANT! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Paul @ #64486: niche? everyone knows all these. Even though I wasted the first 30 secs trying to match all the dogs! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

RMP @ #64494: D B Cooper did not kill anyone did they? Some of the people suspected of being him did, but he is not an unidentified serial killer. Also don't understand the ted cruz reference. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64479: The word is not there, but there is an actual scream in the most common recorded version... (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

freddgar @ #64494: D.B Cooper & Ted Cruz on a par with the other two ?? (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kitty @ #64489: A bit oversimple but still fun (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64497: Moon knight? Oh, a comic book hero, how novel. More importantly, what sort of a connection is "in the name"? They're all colours, just about, but no idea what your link means. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

RBR45 @ #64489: good grid - bit different 10/10 (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kitty @ #64486: Helps to have been a child in the 80s! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64488: Thank you - nice easy grid for a Sunday. Didn't accept repeated. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64486: Please, if you're using such niche links add a proper explanation in your answer. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64484: the animal group was a bit tenuous (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64489: I don't pronounce dew with a j sound (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64473: not bad, the french number van cart was a bit dubious (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Joni @ #64457: Nice grid. I enjoyed it. Thank you Grr (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64396: good grid, not too hard (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Mister Tom @ #64489: Fun... but too easy still needs red herrings even if they're obvious ones. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

b @ #64479: I'm not sure that just having four odd things that rhyme is in the spirit of grids. (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Maureess @ #64479: Nice grid, but no "Scream" in the TFF song! (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Mr Picky @ #64484: Not unique: Sea and Eye can be swapped (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

PhilD2681 @ #64434: Enjoyable grid. Thanks (2 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kabuki @ #46129: i am puzzel (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Plod @ #64473: @ nighttime, Mersey boo coo! (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Kabuki @ #62972: love it joey its very good (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Hypatia @ #64473: Should take "Dickens" (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

nighttime @ #64473: Haha, I would love to hear you speaking French like that :P Fun grid! (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Avenger @ #11716: Obviously Imperial a university ( a good one too). The problem is the Oxford ( weave), jacquard (knit). (Single/ double) jersey group --- none are shirts but more a reference to the fabric used and the "skinny" .. which is a kind of french fry. "Fit" is not a type of shirt. Apart from that, a great grid (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Malcontent @ #64396: Nice grid. Fun and logical. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Omegaman @ #64448: Characters from the bible = biblical characters? (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

RBR45 @ #64479: might want to check Scream is correct but pretty easy grid (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #64480: My life is actually worse knowing this grid exists (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Dave @ #64478: Enjoyed, ta. Don't know how I spotted the red ones, bbut I did! (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

gabe @ #58641: woo! 10/10 -- been a while (glad I read Mrs Brisby) (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #41311: Great job, loved that. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Fred @ #64476: Great - really enjoyable. Thank you. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64473: Nicely done, I failed to recognise the book 😓 Well done. You win 6-10 Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64476: That was excellently different. Very good, you win, 10-4. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

RMP @ #64474: B ball???? what is that? (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Gridlington @ #64468: Very easy! I'd never heard of ghost pepper - but luckily I'd heard of Pepper's Ghost! (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Daphne @ #64473: Fun! (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64463: Nice mix of clue types with quite a few red herrings. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64462: Not bad. Could work a little bit on your answers, an egg is not actually spherical; and what is a foam wall? (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64461: Possibly the easiest grid I've ever seen here, but the answers could do with some work, e.g. 1234, abc not valid. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Fred @ #64473: Excellent (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64454: 1. Not everybody uses the US-English keyboard layout. 2, Apostrophe comes from Greek via Latin, with no French link. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ian @ #64396: Enjoyed this grid. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ian @ #64453: Enjoyed this grid. Gentle. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Superrodan @ #64453: Took me a long while to find the first group, because I was so focused on trying to force the category that had at least three other things that could have fit into it. Once I got the groups down though, it all clicked. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

Superrodan @ #64455: I liked this one but man would it feels as though it would have been nearly impossible without having played Magic the Gathering before. (2 weeks, 2 days ago)

J @ #64455: Fun grid! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

q @ #64463: Accidentally put in Fiendish, meant to put it in Medium. Oh well, have no idea how to delete a puzzgrid !! hahaha (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Www @ #30596: Easy Hp was my last one (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Www @ #64462: I know this one isn’t the best but it’s my second one and I think it is pretty good for my second one. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

mal @ #64437: Easy but nice to have some categories that are a bit different from the usual (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Boris J @ #64454: Terrible connections,apart from the punctuation. Apostrophe from French origin? No, it’s Greek. It’s not a red herring it’s just lack of basic research. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64296: Finished it with one second left! Awesome puzzle, thank you! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Fisty @ #64437: Brilliant got too focused on bands (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Botkin Hospital @ #64437: Now this is a great level of grid! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Botkin Hospital @ #64443: This was not medium difficulty, this was at least hard. Like how many people know about music hall songs (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64453: Nice one. For some reasons all the groups fell out on the first attempt, so I didn't spot the red herring until later. Too easy, or did I just get lucky? (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64442: Searched for ages for the lost Saint. Still don't get it, did they name a child Saint? (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

JonBob @ #64437: Lovely! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

gabe @ #59640: my most satisfying wall of yours, ever (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tom @ #64447: Wonderful! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Daphne @ #40454: Nice (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Core Crew @ #64435: Excellent grid! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Barry @ #64445: YAL LIKE JAZZ (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Steve @ #64445: I like leon (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Dave @ #64445: This is really neat. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64437: Nice one. Please make sure you use singular answer forms, e.g. sailor would also allow sailors, not the other way round. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64436: Too clever for me, just 4/10. Well done. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Sredni @ #64437: Brilliant one. Thanks! (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Bearcules @ #64443: Yes, but is there "on the waterfront"? (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64430: All very nice, until I got to one last group I couldn't work out. Which turned out to be so niche and specialist it really shouldn't be in a general interest grid. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Fred @ #64426: (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

barry womble @ #64440: Really good grid. Solved by luck rather than judgement. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

chortle @ #64338: Some daft clues and groupings here. Box of frogs, bag of spanners : utter nonsense. I hope others will copy me and mark you down. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Bli231957 @ #64401: Not of the the 'ate's were verbs, for example 'Carbonate'. (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Jay @ #64439: I had re_____ for trans_____ (2 weeks, 3 days ago)

Matt @ #64414: You lot need to chill the F out a bit (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Jonkheer @ #64428: Nice grid. Couple notes: would have quite liked it to accept 'residence' and I have never heard of 'red fever' – did you mean 'scarlet fever'? (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Malcontent @ #64434: Good ideas, but spoiled by incorrect spelling and either swappable answers, or answers put into the wrong group (e g. I've never heard of a tenor drum, but if it exists tenor could still be swapped with bass in the voice group). (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ant @ #64406: Very good, thank you (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Obama @ #59119: I haven’t drank in years please help (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Lord Bumwad @ #64414: Crikey, nearly made me drop my monocle. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

mal @ #64406: Tricksy! and fun (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64428: Enjoyed this one, red herrings galore. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Fisty @ #64396: Good grid, got clothes group just in time. Awesome effort (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Fish @ #64414: Did Freud make this one? Tbf, I found it harmlessly amusing (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

chortle @ #64403: I wondered where Swisscows would end up. All rather too techy, of interest only to geeks. I've marked you down. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

chortle @ #64414: Pink oboe? Nonsense. I agree with an earlier comment that some of this may not be suitable for all. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Garth @ #64388: Tits! (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64414: Schoolboyish (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64417: Annoying that I didn't spot it, but such ridiculously simplistic groupings are really not in the spirit of the thing, IMO. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Christine Ann Hopper @ #64414: not suitable (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

RMP @ #64406: Nice crossovers. Consider adding EPL to the correct link for that row. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

me @ #64417: nice (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64406: Enjoyed that! 🙂 (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64401: I agree with Malcontent. The periodic table knowledge required is so specialised only chemical science grads could possibly have a chance. I guessed at 'metal', which could have been use instead. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

asmr @ #64413: its proper good (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

gergo @ #64290: this was the best time of my life (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

tom @ #64396: apparently i had a really good time and apparently i've never been on television before and apparently you go really fast (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

fisted @ #64406: bloody good time (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Lucy @ #64396: Enjoyed it, thank you, couldnt get the clothes group connection but you cant win em all! :) (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Plod @ #64380: ... and you almost got me on the fruity drink group. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64407: Tough one which I didn't complete - thank you for the challenge. Also, zodiac does not bring success unlike your answer of astrological. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Wye Kott @ #64410: Nice one Richard, you suckered me in with the herring. TY (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64396: Very good, it was the Tier line wot done for me. Couple of very nice red herrings. You win 10-7. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

chortle @ #64396: OK (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Fish @ #64407: With Marathon and Potemkin, I was thinking battles XD (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Fish @ #64406: Some great red herrings, two bodies of water in the football teams in particular (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Lisbon Geaville @ #64290: Excellent grid! (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

hans @ #64385: nice mix of topics (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Mike @ #64396: Nice. 6 homophones to slow the button smashers. I Just could not see the clothes group..normally a bra would leap out at me. (2 weeks, 4 days ago)

Malcontent @ #64401: A couple of good ideas, but not a great grid. One group had very over-specific link, considering how loose one of the other groups was, and the 'ate' grouping was extremely weak, especially as 'verbs' wasn't accepted as a link. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

ernst blofinger @ #64389: the skin condition set... a thing of beauty... (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Chester @ #64396: Some old favourites in there, but nicely put together. TY (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

mal @ #64396: fun (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64380: I stand corrected, Duran Duran are obscure but damned fine (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #64396: Good grid for first time. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jesus @ #29822: Terrible. +7 sin points (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jesus @ #64317: If only there was a word for a collection of limbs compiled into one flesh heap (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jesus @ #64379: I approve... I'll save you a seat in heaven (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jesus @ #64363: Great puzzle.... until the name garbage (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64390: Thanks for reminding me how much I flunked science at school (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64380: Some Duran Duran fighting talk here. Good grid, mind (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64389: Some original categories here. Never heard of a party wall but that maybe says more about me (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

RBR45 @ #64290: Good grid (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Sin @ #64405: I rated 5 can i have my family back now please? (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

DrDan_39 @ #64405: This was challenging, yet still enjoyable. great PuzzGrid!! another one please!! (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fan @ #64405: Decent, 3/10 (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Boyi Li @ #64401: Very Good! (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64396: tomhacfc - don't worry too much. Some will like and day so, some will like but leave no message, some just enjoy picking faults. As long as you have fun - do it (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

tomhcafc @ #64396: Thanks JBGrumpy, this was my first attempt so would like to know what people think before attempting any others (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

gabe @ #64388: ugh, saw reap/pear early on, but could not find others. was distracted by the san genaro festival, which is actually san gennaro. :( (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

JBGrumpy @ #64396: Nice grid. 🙂 (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

SnCold710 @ #64397: The country group didn't accept country as an answer. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Alison Page @ #64399: test (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64382: I spotted the head connection pretty quickly too, the other one just dropped out although I confess I didn't know the more obscure member of that group either. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64398: You already did this. Bad enough the first time. We get it, you like Taylor Swift. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64382: Capone and Essex lines were easy for me (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64397: Far too many valid combinations for french things and food; three of the latter group are also 'french' and all the french things are food. Oh, and you might allow nation or state in the country group answers. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64382: @Wye Knott, I'd love to know which are the two you thought were straightforward and which not. They seem about equally difficult to me. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

tomhcafc @ #64388: Great grid, got the links but ran out of time (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64392: Good one. Got there in the end but needed more time. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Blondie @ #64389: RMP, I know but I did see it several colour charts. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

RMP @ #64389: I have never heard penny used in that sense (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Malcontent @ #64388: Really good. I was totally stuck for a minute, until I spotted the Genaro link, after that, the other groups fell into place. Thank you. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64390: Your branch answer doesn't really work. They're all vaguely similar to ,somehow related even, but certainly non synonyms of branch or of each other. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Bearcules @ #64379: Really liked this (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

fi @ #64367: how is the average uk person supposed to get the groups? we are sadly not usually fluent in other languages. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

fi @ #64359: yes rich, thats why i thought they were the french revolution months. i guessed the cricket answer but never watched game of thrones so no hope with that one (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Maureess @ #64380: Not really sure that "Will" fits in a group of question words. Also Wild Boys is ace (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64387: Really shouldn't be ticked as 'of general interest'. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

a @ #64379: (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

chortle @ #64380: Will doesn't really fit with Who, When . . . And some of the songs are pretty obscure. So I've marked you down. (2 weeks, 5 days ago)

Daz @ #64387: Please warn me not to bother with these sort of grids... (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

DH @ #64379: Delightful! (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #55535: Enjoyable grid. Thanks :-) (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

TR6 @ #64379: neat (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Wye Knott @ #64382: Loved it. Well loved getting two straightforward lines and then being educated. Thanks 👍 (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #64371: Only accepting answers in German. It's spelt Nottingham one 'h'. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Wiz @ #64360: Bit easy for us big brains (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64380: Excellent, loved the red herrings, very clever. Got the lot with 44s to go. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Emma @ #64015: ". Dogs" needs an edit. Good grid though. Thanks (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64373: Great quiz and a reminder that Tom Hardy is not always a guarantee that a movie is good (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64359: This grid wasn't the run of the milly, but anything else would be silly (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

nitpicker @ #64379: Nice! (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

John @ #64380: Excellent - thanks (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Tom @ #64336: Well done 👏 (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64380: Nice one. Didn't spot the "homowotsits" at all, let alone the red herrings thereof, your cleverness was wasted in me. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64378: Got them all right, but only in English. Please mark with correct language. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Hutch @ #64359: Brisk does mean cold. (But I admit blowy is a bit of a stretch.) (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Helga @ #64364: Nicely balanced quiz. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #64364: Really difficult! I had a couple of the groups, but couldn't get past the crossovers. Excellent work. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

chortle @ #64359: Brisk does not mean cold, and I've never seen GoT - got better things to do. The cricketers were the easy bit. (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64352: Hard to do in German when you don't have an umlaut on your keyboard, or a ss. Fun, easy grid for a basic German speaker. Thanks :-) Vieilen Dank (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Jay @ #64362: Fun (2 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64336: Very good. High quality explanations too. Thanks :-) (3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64347: Enjoyed this a lot. Thanks :-) (3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #64347: @George think of a hedgehog or porcupine (3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #64347: (3 weeks ago)

Rich @ #64359: Surely blowy is a synonym for windy? (3 weeks ago)

Bob Johnson @ #64360: We were 100% sure the Rings were the Pokemon Generation 1 games. (3 weeks ago)

Ian @ #64359: Enjoyed this grid. I doubt non-cricket fans did. (3 weeks ago)

Ian @ #64347: Enjoyed this grid. (3 weeks ago)

David @ #64338: Liked it, quite easy although I worded the connection wrong on one I still enjoyed (3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #64347: Think it's a sign I spend too long on this website that the hidden fish was the first group I saw 🙂 thanks for posting. (3 weeks ago)

Rhori @ #64323: Excellent grid (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64300: well done, good fun (3 weeks ago)

chortle @ #64333: Who is Tom Waits? Meander and coast do not mean the same thing so cannot by synonyms, and Baker is a current occupation - the MIddle Ages thing is somewhat tenuous. Silly thing is, I enjoyed it. (3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64335: @count snackula, Brian, I guess. (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64333: a bit iffy (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64335: brine? (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64338: good one, well done to the setter (3 weeks ago)

Puzzgrid Admin @ #28219: Worst puzzgrid I've seen in awhile. (3 weeks ago)

Puzzgrid Admin @ #33156: Very nice (3 weeks ago)

Puzzgrid Admin @ #64358: You need more tags for the answers. (3 weeks ago)

Rhori @ #64325: Excellent quiz. Couldn’t solve it but had fun trying! Thanks for sharing (3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #64327: Sorry but this is just too arbitrary - you could just as easily find phrases that use 'break, cut, back' etc for any of these categories. (3 weeks ago)

George @ #64335: You had to think of different accents because they were not all homophones (3 weeks ago)

George @ #64347: Spine a sharp point? (3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #64335: Clever, I liked it- though I had to imagine a particular accent for one category! Fun. (3 weeks ago)

TR6 @ #64345: good (3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64338: Nice one. Maybe allow face as well? (3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #64325: I always enjoy the picture grids. Thanks for posting. (3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #64325: Great! (3 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64332: Thanks, BeffMichael. Thought the pms was good even without a crossover. (3 weeks ago)

Bearcules @ #64290: Excellent (3 weeks ago)

Blondie @ #64345: enzed all came from an English teaching website, so I might stick with their interpretation. (3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #64290: Enjoyed this one! (3 weeks ago)

Bingo Little @ #64323: A nice grid, particularly for someone my age. (3 weeks ago)

Wye Knott @ #64338: @josh, remember to chew 30 times before swallowing! Enjoy. (3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #64345: Choir is q, school is k. Sorry (3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #64347: :-) (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64325: like it (3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #64290: quite good (3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #64343: I'm sorry, but the answers to this are ridiculously tight. I put "Cartoon characters", "Clothing","colours", "fruit", every single one of which was "incorrect". Also "Gamboll" and "Sponjbob" do not exist. The latter I think is a typo for "Spongebob", the former I have no idea, maybe "Gumball"? (3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #64344: "Spanjbob"?? Also the the links are *very* restrictive e.g. US spellings only accepted (color not colour). And one (fruit) I think was only rejected because I didn't capitalize it. (3 weeks ago)

josh @ #64338: god awful, would rather eat razor blades tbh (3 weeks ago)

josh @ #6933: REALLY REALLY BAD!!!!!!!!! (3 weeks ago)

TR6 @ #64339: Loved the knuckles (3 weeks ago)

Blondie @ #64338: Liked this TY (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

ルー @ #64340: Linking words didn't match the three connections I recognised (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Jay @ #64322: Lipstick/eyeliner are interchangeable (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

gabe @ #61011: aside from cheesecake, those other cakes are new to me; will check out :) (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

gabe @ #61139: super . . . vocalic (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

gabe @ #61258: the golf one was great (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Gridlington @ #57877: Very good - had to cheat with Google's song identifier! (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Gridlington @ #57936: Ya beat me! Very good and enjoyable! Rys - don't dis the Marmite! 😀 (Bill Bryson said that for years he wondered what this "Marmite" was that he'd heard about, never for a moment guessing it was an edible lubricant! 🤣 ) (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Gridlington @ #64325: Wonderful! Refreshing change from some very "samey" grids lately! TY Castellan: no, snooker balls in the triangular frame are all red. That's pool. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Anvil @ #64332: Synagogue, with a "u". (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

fi @ #64333: 1, i dont think the synonyms group are. 2, the occupations are not limited to the middle ages. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Naomi @ #64333: I put "wander about" for meander etc, something likes that should be permitted. Great grid! Almost got distracted with fake group "adrift", "ascribe", "awaits". (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Yo @ #2093: John Boy is a character from a 70's TV show called "The Waltons". (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

David @ #64331: Hmm never felt more like I wasted my time on here (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Pauline @ #64331: If you are not a Taylor Swift fan then don't bother (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

gabe @ #61938: TIL americans spell a certain word differently :) (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64327: Not bad, but perhaps a bit too contrived. I correctly guessed two of the connections but even then could not get any of the groups. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Tilly @ #64325: Bloody red herrings! VG Wd TY (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Castellan Spandrell @ #64325: I thought that was snooker ? (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

misof @ #64322: Decent grid. A minus for me is that "Eyeliner" is actually related to eyes. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kitty @ #64325: Fun TY! (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ian @ #64290: Enjoyed this grid muchly. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ian @ #64322: Enjoyed this grid. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Tilly @ #64323: could not think of the 'line' line, Friends was on TV and had a coffee enlightenment moment. ty for the confetti (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Fish @ #64307: Enjoyed the crossovers, and bird based themes (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ace @ #64315: Nice, although the T group could also all be colours. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Julie @ #24111: Feel like "villain organizations" should be allowed for a clue to the Hydra etc group. (3 weeks, 1 day ago)

Steve @ #64160: poor! (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Jesus @ #295: Nice comment, Mark (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Rhori @ #64315: Good one (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

lykke @ #43872: Medium? Na ja. Ziemlich easy-peasy (und ich bin echt nicht gut in diesen grids). Aber dass dann die wortwörtlich identische Erklärung (inkl. Satzzeichen!) 4x incorrect gegeben wird, ist schon ziemlich ärgerlich. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

David @ #45: acoustics isn't right? (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

nighttime @ #64296: Nice! (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Rhori @ #64300: Enjoyed this - bit of fun. Thanks for sharing. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Rhori @ #64307: Good fun. Thanks for sharing. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Dave @ #64307: Enjoyed, thanks. Slightly nerdy point of order: Ankara is in the Asian portion of Turkey, so is it a European capital? (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Tilly @ #64305: Brannigan, I had heard of, will research the other. Ty (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Tilly @ #64307: Simply little quiz, I used groups as well as bands and capital cities worked fine for me. NFL had to be inserted as two of the four (at least are Rugby league teams. TY (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64307: Excellent grid. @RMP, Sports Teams clearly isn't specific enough, I put US football which was fine, whereas the bands don't have anything more detailed in common. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

nitpicker @ #64296: Very nice - original and not at all obvious (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

RMP @ #64306: No links in the "more info"; at least two misspellings ("linx" and "squriel") and "P" and "F" should be lower case. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

RMP @ #64307: Some nice crossovers, but weird marking here: "bands" will do for one row but "Sports teams" will not do for another, and "capital cities" will not do for another. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Alf @ #64305: No, I didn't make them up! Both somewhat obscure, I'll grant you, but perhaps if you google a shade more slowly you'll find, as I did, that examples of those words with those meanings are really terribly easy to find. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64305: Skite? Brannigan? Did you just make them up? Even a quick google fails to find them used in any such context. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Fish @ #64296: This was great. Mystified how some people find this easy, I was grappling at thin air for a while (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64296: Yeah, nice one. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Ace @ #64300: Fun. But I shouldn't really have been given 10/10 when I just typed homophone for the names group, given that I had, indeed still have, no idea what the connection is. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Tilly @ #64300: Not tricky, a smile maker ty (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

J @ #64300: Not really homophones (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Joni @ #64237: Would never have guessed the Foden line but it made me smile. Thank you (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Murdo @ #64291: Simon, don't apologise because one or two people give negative comments. You have found a new way to distact the solver and some don't like it. Well, that's their problem, not yours. As I see it, this grid has 32 words and we have to find 4 groups of 4. A clever idea on how to use the Puzzgrid format in a new way. Keep those variations coming. Well done. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)

Bee @ #64220: Didn't get it cause I don't watch formula 1 (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tilly @ #64298: Tougher than it looked. Ty (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tilly @ #64290: nice and easy (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tilly @ #64296: easy but FUN to do, ty (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Freddgar @ #64296: Enjoyed this one 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

PJ @ #64171: @PeteC85. Sure there is. A triangle with one angle being 90 degrees is a right triangle. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Rhori @ #64296: Very good - enjoyed this one. Thanks (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Cassette @ #64180: Usually don't love grids of all names, but this one was fun! "Novelists" ought to be accepted, they've all published novels (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Susan @ #64292: A couple of spelling mistakes-'Eid' and 'annoying' (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Bobby @ #64292: Poop (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Simon @ #64291: Sorry, that it is not good. This was just an idea I had for grid. Had no idea whether it would be good or bad. It was about figuring out the connections where there was 4 words. There were fake connections of 3s and 2s to make it harder. Sorry again. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64291: So half of each clue is completely superfluous? Sorry, that's not good. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

J @ #64291: I don't get it. I got 10/10 by just ignoring one of the words in each clue. Is the other word in each a meaningless red herring? (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64290: Nice one. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

freddgar @ #64277: Nice and easy grid, one nit pick. The Hawker Hurricane is a single seat, single engine propeller plane. First flight 1934. Googled, but couldn't find another Hurricane plane. 10s all round, thanks for posting. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

mls @ #63291: Well done, love the theme through the connectors! (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Hypatia @ #64267: Nice! (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tom @ #64267: Great job 🙌 (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

SnCold710 @ #64263: Great grid!! Very fun, thanks. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

RMP @ #64282: Also the casual reader might think Canoe, or even Dinghy could be a sport. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

A @ #64282: 2 crossovers that I can see: kayak is a type of boat, polo is food with a hole in it (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Hal Jam @ #14775: Galop? (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Helga @ #29913: Nicely balanced grid. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

count snackula @ #64260: nice, not too hard (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64282: Thank you but couldn't find any crossovers. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64265: No worries. It's the other way round - if you put answer it will also accept answers. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Rhori @ #64265: Ace - I genuinely thought it would pick up singular guesses if the plural word included the singular word eg. “Answer” would be accepted if the option was “answers”. Will edit. Thanks for feedback. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #64270: That was hard! Lots of misdirects, which I enjoyed. Good job. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Blondie @ #64277: Tom a Hurricane dates back to 30s & 40s. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tilly @ #64268: Good one (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Tom @ #64277: Good grid, very tricky, but the Hurricane isn't a jet (unless there's a more modern one I'm not aware of). (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64263: Too many loose fits, at lease one in each group that you really need to stretch to make it work. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64265: Your grids would probably be graded higher if you could improve your answers, for example to allow singular as well as plural. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Blondie @ #64277: They are. I will add that too, thanks. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64277: Thanks for a challenge - but aren't Riga, Lima etc also capitals or I am being dense on a Friday morning?! (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Ace @ #64269: Please use the language option when setting your grids, which are appearing as English. (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

hmm @ #64260: Picky crowd... (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Trixie @ #64268: Would have liked it to accept indulgent but I enjoyed it TY (3 weeks, 3 days ago)

Arnold S. @ #50900: excellent puzzle my g. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

DH @ #64267: Nice one (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Gog-ette @ #64260: Please include imperial as an accepted answer for the measurements category. Teaspoon is not only a measurement of liquid, recipies can call for a teaspoon of salt. Imperial is a word that relates to all 4. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ian @ #64268: Enjoyed this grid. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Wordsworth @ #63396: Thanks both. :) (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Wordsworth @ #64267: I love the wordy grids (as may be obvious) and this was a particularly fun wordy grid. Thank you! (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Doc Filth @ #64256: Very good. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ian @ #64171: Enjoyed this grid. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

muffin @ #64199: coolio (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

muffin @ #63982: Fab! (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

muffin @ #64263: Awesomesauce :) (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

muffin @ #64171: Team Right Triangle! (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Yorkies! @ #64260: Thanks for your comments @Ace and @RMP - I amended the accepted answers. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Tim D @ #64232: Well, I liked it. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64260: @RMP I didn't know that a US (liquid) ounce was not exactly the same as a UK Fl.Oz, so arguably the grid is actually consistent in US terms. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64236: I thought it was quite a decent grid and got my 10/10 confetti, having wondered about comic strip and then realised Stephen Fry wsn't in it and plumped for Blackadder instead. @Mark Norman, I often feel the same when it;s just plurals, capitals and the like, but I think one needs to accept a certain level of specificity, and in this case the TV one in particular is actually more correct - not all medical dramas are set in hospitals, but all of these ones are. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

RMP @ #64260: I agree with Ace, but having lived in USA I learned that the word ounce is widely used in recipes etc. as a measurement of volume. Given that US and UK fluid ounces are different this is even more maddening. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64260: Ounce is not a volume/liquid measure, but a weight. One ounce (weight) of water gives one 'fluid ounce' volume, but other liquids will vary, so a fluid ounce (volume measure) of alcohol, for example, will actually weigh only about 8/10 of an ounce. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Mark Norman @ #64236: Hi there. I really enjoy your grids but I think you need to widen the terms that are accepted for correct answers. For example, I gave 'tv medical dramas' as my answer for one set - but it was marked incorrect because the system would only accept 'hospital'. Whilst I admit that 'rivers' was the most obvious answer for the river set, I gave the answer 'Valleys' - which is also correct, as each are formally recognised as valley areas. Just a thought :) (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Rhori @ #64236: Ian - they weren't all in the Comic Strip I'm afraid and Havon is mispelt, giving a small clue (although it is also a charity). (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ian @ #64236: Is havon a word? And before Blackadder those guys were in the Comic Strip. Enjoyed failing this grid. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Pallas @ #64236: i liked this one a lot. Thanks for posting (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Ace @ #64232: Seems to be an error - Ra doesn't make sense in that group, from your answer it should be 'out'. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Bearcules @ #64215: I had the two wests (Rose and Dominic) as well as George North (rugby player) and Peter North ("actor")! (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Tom @ #64217: Had fun doing this one! (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Tom @ #64236: Enjoyed the grid but the answers a quite picky (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

bert @ #30762: well thought out (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

walsh06 @ #46791: Just FYI a lion is not by default a british rugby player. They are called the British and Irish lions for a reason. (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #11619: Excellent grid. Applause :-) (3 weeks, 4 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64232: Way too obscure to be any fun. And I am a Disney Pixar fan. Check the "Best grids" for some ideas for it to be fun and solvable. Thanks for posting anyway. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64171: FYI, for the critics out there... A right triangle (American English) or right-angled triangle (British), or more formally an orthogonal triangle , formerly called a rectangled triangle (from Wikipedia) (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64227: Excellent grid. Some of my favourite movies in there. Loved the "Luke" line especially. Thanks (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #39584: Great grid. Thanks (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #25921: Excellent grid. Loved it - so many NATO alphabets to choose from! Thanks :-) (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Paul @ #64232: Ra? (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jay @ #64233: I think the wordplay categories were too obscure/difficult (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Wally Winka @ #64225: IH8GrumpyOldMen - really fair point and have edited it to what you said. Thanks! (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Shane @ #64199: I loved this grid!! thank you so much ! (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Freddgar @ #60414: Excellent grid, nearly fell for it. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

IH8GrumpyOldMen @ #64225: Pedi sounds reminiscent of feet. ‘Paedi’ might be more appropriate (BRITISH English). Otherwise decent, thanks. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Loin El Richie @ #64225: Top-drawer. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64219: Great grid, was convinced there were Expresses in there (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

datroof @ #64171: Very good! And the number of pedantic jackasses who assume that their limited experience of the world gives them the only possible perspective on knowledge is becoming less and less amusing to me. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Anvil @ #60414: I saw what you did there. My heart sank when I saw Kayak and Racecar - but it was a trick!! 😄 (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Anvil @ #64217: "a bit of a push" is fine! 😄 (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Botkin Hospital @ #56053: Should check your spelling before making grids, and improve your keywords cause "bicycle" didn't work for the first and it really should. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64226: Great grid (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

b @ #63883: Pretty straightforward (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

b @ #64170: It's "Quantum". And the rhyming group was indeed lazy. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

b @ #64191: Enjoyed that. If anything I would criticise the common theme of the endings, because clock one and you soon clock the lot, but I reckon you'll get decent marks from many. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Chris @ #64226: Ditto! (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Fish @ #64225: Thought that the Pedi and The category was 'Cure' (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

GG @ #64206: @ Will - that's what I was thinking (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Will @ #64206: Happy Valley is also a racecourse in Hong Kong (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ant @ #64195: The trouble with themed grids like this is there is so much overlap it’s hard to nail propecisely how you’re grouping (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jaded Mineral @ #64227: Really enjoyed the theme and challenge. As a nerd though I have to say that replicants aren't robots :) (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Sredni @ #64226: Should have got it. Didn’t. Excellent grid. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64145: Nice with a lot of possible crossovers, but Majors are just capital cities as well, Berlin and Boston could swap and would make the connections more correct. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Ace @ #64146: Nice one. You could work a bit on your answer grids though. Make sure that singular and plural are both allowed, capitalised or lower case, separate or compound words (e.g. game show) etc. etc. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64219: Could the sour etc also be sauce? Thank you for a good grid. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Mr Wye Knot @ #64227: excellent (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

PeteC85 @ #64227: Really enjoyed that, though I didn't quite get there! Brilliant selection and crossovers. (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #64188: Fashion designers is a valid answer to the Dior row! (3 weeks, 5 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #22185: One of my favourites. Thank you. Makes you think, good crossovers, high quality answer bank and fun. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64190: Great grid. I worked it out although it was tough. Thanks :-) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64206: Thumbs up :-) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64214: liked it and got the connections. thanks :-) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64217: Loved this fun and fresh grid. Thanks for being creative and sharing with us :-) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64219: Agree with Ace. Otherwise a great grid. Thanks. :-) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Spikethecat @ #64220: Good grid. Thanks. Got it with 6 secs to spare! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Billy Marsh @ #64187: Deserves more than three stars. Great grid. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Billy Marsh @ #64225: Nice!!!!!! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Emma @ #54760: Favourite grid so far! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

mls @ #62918: Delaware is spelled wrong. Spent half the time trying to figure out the significance... (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Tilly @ #64217: Good giggle ty (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Supertailz @ #62869: I put in just the word cone and it didn’t accept it (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64220: Nice one. Being pedantic, algae is not a plant, but given that water was OK it's not a problem. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64219: Fooled me with sour, not quite a good fit without the dough. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Rhori @ #64217: Excellent - funny as well 👏 (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Fred @ #64217: Excellent fun (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64217: I quite liked it, 10/10, although I agree with the author that a couple of them were "a bit of a push". (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64214: Liked this, some original categories (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Fish @ #64215: I also searched for other Wests! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64109: The curse group doesn't make sense - one of them with an extra letter, maybe, and a couple of the others slightly related, with or without extra letter, but as it is it's not correct. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Rhori @ #64215: I typed saints and it didn't allow it? (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

doc filth @ #64215: I was trying really hard to find two other "West"s as well as Dominic and Rose... (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Anvil @ #64215: Saints? They are also just boys' names! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Gridlington @ #64203: Thanks Mauress! Corrected now. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Gog-ette @ #64206: Loved this - thank you! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64214: Nice, but TBH I don't think I deserve 10/10 by simply answering 'film' and 'game' for two groups where I didn't really know the connection. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

b @ #64167: OK, thank you. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Mr Wye Knot @ #64206: Quite right Jeannie - and fiona, I send you your confetti (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

gigi @ #64186: Call can also have 're' before it. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Helga @ #64203: Always enjoy these (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Rhori @ #64197: Ace - fair comment. Thanks. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Andy Robinson @ #64190: I put Shakespeare characters for the third one, thought it was a little harsh to need the exact play. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64193: I put singers for the film group. which could also be a valid answer. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Lou @ #64188: The fragrance links should also accept fashion designers. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Ace @ #64197: Too complicated, lots of other possible relationships. The "heirs" group needs a firmer definition too, since many of the others are also in the line of succession. (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

fiona @ #64206: knew all the links but knocked the wrong key and didnt get the points.😢😢 (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #64206: Sugar sugar was a famous song from the sixties by a cartoon group called The Archie's! (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Maureess @ #64193: Nice, but check the spelling of "semolina" (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

Maureess @ #64203: Nice, but tendEncy (not tendAncy) (3 weeks, 6 days ago)

GP @ #64206: Never heard of a sugar dummy or sugar sugar so that one stumped me so 7/10, but otherwise a good fun grid! (4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #64203: Excellent, spotted the plot, couldn't solve the grid. You win by lots. Thanks for posting. (4 weeks ago)

Jay @ #64171: "In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem, or Pythagoras' theorem, is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle." (4 weeks ago)

Omegaman @ #64170: It would help to widen the allowable answers to include rhyming words and 007 film titles. Otherwise it was a good grid. (4 weeks ago)

anvil @ #32030: Hmm... cards isn't really a game. (4 weeks ago)

Wordsworth @ #64190: Lots of fun with all the red herrings. Thanks for the confetti. (4 weeks ago)

anvil @ #64188: Funny you didn't include Dior's first name... (4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #64199: Good grid, didn't know about the Alice Kim row You win 10-7 Thanks for posting (4 weeks ago)

mal @ #64171: Pretty good but let down by 'right' in the triangle group ( it's a right-angled not a right-triangle). Swap that out and it would be a very good gtid (4 weeks ago)

Ed @ #64171: Great 1st grid back from Manchester! Thanks all x (4 weeks ago)

Loin El Richie @ #64178: Bravo! (4 weeks ago)

b @ #64189: OK (4 weeks ago)

b @ #64188: The Punk group is a bit weird. Why would anybody know those things? (4 weeks ago)

Patrick Noone @ #64191: Thanks (4 weeks ago)

Fred @ #64068: (4 weeks ago)

Rhori @ #64189: Very good (4 weeks ago)

Rhori @ #64188: Very good (4 weeks ago)

PeteC85 @ #64171: You learn something new everyday. Thanks J! (4 weeks ago)

Rhori @ #64190: Very good - i solved it but didn't recognise stars... which was a shame. (4 weeks ago)

J @ #64171: Good grid. Right triangle is fine - American version of right angled triangle. (4 weeks ago)

PeteC85 @ #64189: Didn't accept Cooper for the relevant group, please add this. Great grid overall, finished it last second! Good work. (4 weeks ago)

PeteC85 @ #61101: Gutted that I only got three of the connections, that last one was clever... (4 weeks ago)

PeteC85 @ #64190: Very good, very tough, didn't get it all! (4 weeks ago)

PeteC85 @ #64171: No such thing as a right triangle... otherwise enjoyable. Thanks! (4 weeks ago)

Helga @ #29887: Liked this (4 weeks ago)

Helga @ #64163: Nice! (4 weeks ago)

Helga @ #64175: Nice balance (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61101: Excellent grid! (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64077: Good grid. Thanks :-) (4 weeks ago)

Fred @ #64186: Silent H.... Need a few english lessons my friend! (4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #64179: This is broken, nearly all of the images do not display. (4 weeks ago)

notthatinuit @ #64043: Really good! Got them all, but it was a close thing. (4 weeks ago)

notthatinuit @ #63769: really hard one, only managed two, but got the links after. good job! (4 weeks ago)

no1 @ #63767: Great crossovers, thanks! (4 weeks ago)

Nathan @ #64043: This was incredible. I knew all the connections but just couldn't work out the right combo in the time. (4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #64168: Nice n easy TY (4 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64175: Great crossovers and good challenge - thank you, WW (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64099: Great grid! Thanks :-) (4 weeks ago)

Fred @ #64182: Yawn (4 weeks ago)

Theo @ #64180: That was a lot of fun! (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64133: Overall a good grid. Think the "Wednesday" group is way too obscure to be fun for most people. Thanks. (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64139: Good grid. Thanks :-) (4 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #64058: Should take "anagram" (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64143: Excellent wall! Loved it. Great crossovers too. Thanks :-) (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64154: Excellent! 10/10 Thanks :-) (4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #64173: Check for typos esp in your "Efre" group (4 weeks ago)

Rick Astley @ #64166: Never gonna give you up. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ralof @ #64166: Never gonna give you up. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Stormtrooper 2 @ #64166: The funny thing is that they actually respected Revan. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Ralof @ #64166: Hey you, you're finally awake. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Commander Shepard @ #64166: This is my favorite grid on the Citadel. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Locoroco022 @ #64166: This was bad but that's because it didn't mention Soinc. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kanye West @ #64166: I wish that this would talk about me, Kanye West, but it didn't so I can't give it a fully great review. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64170: Fun grid - easy for me. Thanks for posting :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64178: Thanks - got it. One of your best so far. :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Latch Wildebeest @ #64166: Decent puzzgrid but could do with less video game references. Kinda cringe. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64129: Great grid. Thanks :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Nick Papadopolis @ #64166: Hello, I hope this finds you well. Frick you my friend! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64167: Good grid. I enjoyed it. Thanks. Improvements - do check all your allowable answers as I solved it but you didn't accept things like "cold weather" or "synonyms". It does detract from the fun of the game when you don't get points. Thanks for posting, regardless. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

GP @ #64164: Nice one! Enjoyed this one. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64157: Excellent grid. Good crossovers and fun. Thanks :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

GP @ #64178: Stumped me but got the clues once time ran out, thanks for sharing! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64163: Excellent grid. Good crossovers. Thanks 10/10 :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64175: Very good. Excellent crossovers. Thanks for posting :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Spikethecat @ #64171: Good grid - enjoyable - thanks :-) (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Moondog @ #64174: Monty Python only for the cogniscenti. I got the drift, didn't get the group. Very well done. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Moondog @ #64179: Grid showing nothing making sense. Please try it again. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Rhori @ #64163: Excellent one (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Wooloo @ #63632: usedBeef (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Bob Johnson @ #64043: This was a fun grid, but the other commenters are right, the three red herrings can be rotated into another correct solution with the same links, so it breaks the rules on the rules page. Good fun grid though. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Patrick Noone @ #63903: Fun grid (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Patrick Noone @ #50165: Defo not medium, hard. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Alex @ #64043: Superb ! Really fun red herrings (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

nighttime @ #64168: It's a ha-ha, not a ho ho (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Fnord @ #64154: Excellent - thank you (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Fnord @ #64156: Excellent! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Nick Papadopolis @ #64078: I hope this finds you well, I greatly enjoyed your puzzle and would love to see you make more. RIP Ronny Reags Thank you, Nick Papadopolis (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Fnord @ #64156: Excellent! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

barry womble @ #64043: Yep, I'm on the very good grid side of the argument. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Nick Papadopolis @ #64150: Great puzzle! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

me @ #10711: Good grid. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

me @ #4155: Good one. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

me @ #2297: Good one, used red herrings, not just obscurity like some. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

anvil @ #64159: Done! With 1 second to spare!! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Rhori @ #64140: Nice one (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

stjohn @ #64161: was nicely tricked wd ty (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Freddgar @ #64160: I got it too, slightly different but easily doable. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Kitty @ #64160: Perfectly sensible and fun tyvm! (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

stjohn @ #64158: Smiles (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

stjohn @ #64159: nice [repeat?] (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

stjohn @ #64160: i got it (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Rhori @ #64160: Sorry - only makes sense to the person who created this puzzle. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

David @ #27: not good (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

David @ #20: How come medical specialities wasn't accepted? (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Joni @ #64140: Sailor line made me smile(y). Nice grid. Thanks for posting. (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64150: good grid, well done to the setter (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Joni @ #64143: Disagree with b. Thought it was a rather good wall. Thanks for posting (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

count snackula @ #64043: not that good (4 weeks, 1 day ago)

Rhori @ #64149: Very good - loads of crossovers but doable. Enjoyed it. Thanks (1 month ago)

Rhori @ #64150: Excellent grid - I didn’t solve it but it was a good one (1 month ago)

stjohn @ #64150: how blind was eye (1 month ago)

Ian @ #64150: Enjoyed this grid. (1 month ago)

Hamburger @ #64150: Good one. (1 month ago)

Ant @ #64142: Very clever with the days of the week. I enjoyed it. :) (1 month ago)

thiagoymy @ #64150: such a nice grid (1 month ago)

b @ #64131: I completed the grid, but the Last 4 aspect escaped me all through, so your answers are a touch too technical. (1 month ago)

b @ #64143: Lennon Wall? And abbreviations of months - not a great idea. (1 month ago)

Patrick Noone @ #64150: This was perhaps the greatest puzz grid every conceived. Thank you brother. (1 month ago)

P Buckingham @ #64137: New York is not a capital city. Snails and slugs are not insects. You might want to verify your answers next time. (1 month ago)

RMP @ #64139: That's not how you spell Definitely. I spent ages looking for other misspellings or wondering what "Definetely" might mean. (1 month ago)

anvil @ #64140: Liked the nelson line! (1 month ago)

Jim @ #64114: Dog-watch? (1 month ago)

Nigel Healey @ #64136: New York isn’t a capital city, Washington DC is the capital of America. Theirs not thiers (1 month ago)

Plod @ #64099: Thanks Nick! (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64132: Keep them coming! I am currently learning german - Im failing miserably at solving your grids, but it is helping! (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64129: Excellent. (1 month ago)

Nick Papadopolis @ #64099: Hey are you british??? By the way, loved it except for the parts that I didn't like. Happy Jubilee if you are british and happy pride month. 7/10 was my score and it is my rating for you. (1 month ago)

johnj @ #50918: im did it i so smarty (1 month ago)

johnj @ #32739: cant fool me batbman - Roddler Johnmj (1 month ago)

johnj @ #54971: I C what you did there - John, j, jogny I am in your walls (1 month ago)

johnj @ #30596: 'arry potter - Love johnj jogny (1 month ago)

johnj @ #33156: I love monopolky (1 month ago)

johnj @ #21280: hi guys (1 month ago)

johnj @ #42675: i have no idea wh yi s says that please i dont jail (1 month ago)

Plod @ #64100: st john chemical is used particularly in aged and psych care. Amp, concentration. (1 month ago)

Avenger @ #10869: Curry comb? Rob had a point. Not the usual standard Wisty (1 month ago)

Ant @ #64085: Very good, thank you (1 month ago)

LEANLEAN @ #63819: loved this one (1 month ago)

Nighteyes @ #64114: I got everything except the film group, despite having seen two of them. That was a bit too obscure. Most people just don't care. (1 month ago)

sobers @ #64114: or....you could just re-write and resubmit it! (1 month ago)

sobers @ #64110: check your email, there should be a link to edit. ps I thought it was horse not house. :-) (1 month ago)

Doc Filth @ #64110: This is embarrassing - I made a typo in one of the groups. Is there any way i can edit it, or delete it and redo? (1 month ago)

Doc Filth @ #64110: (1 month ago)

Hypatia @ #64085: Should take "medicine" (1 month ago)

mls @ #63520: BDE made me laugh. (1 month ago)

Doc Filth @ #64044: The food thing is a little bit specialist, but it gets marked up just for referencing Camberwick Green. (1 month ago)

Ned Lalky @ #64076: Great grid! Plenty of red herrings. Only managed to solve it with 13 seconds left (1 month ago)

Freddgar @ #64087: @b 22 yards, it's the distance between the two wickets in cricket. (1 month ago)

sobers @ #64087: @b - and sorry for spoiler but "china" is an anagram of "chain" = 22yds (1 month ago)

Arthur Tuppeny @ #64089: Harris COUNTY (not countrRy) (1 month ago)

b @ #64087: Of what unit of length is china an anagram? I saw inch, yard and mile, but what's the fourth? (1 month ago)

stjohn @ #64101: nicely done, only managed 3/10 though GH & BW (1 month ago)

stjohn @ #64100: Mmm? chemical & amp (1 month ago)

stjohn @ #64099: 2:30 silent staring - light bulb moment, then guessed at mum - result - confetti (1 month ago)

b @ #64085: A very easy grid, but thanks all the same (1 month ago)

b @ #64034: OK, though why anybody might know the expression Wet Hot American summer is beyond me. (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64099: Nice one. (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64096: Not even close to a unique solution. Lilac, lavender, rose and even orange are interchangeable, Yellow could replace dandelion or sunflower, they could move to flowers, etc. etc. (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64077: @Ian, Yes, I enjoyed it too, but both the French group and the Disney group jumped straight out at me, so yes, the french book crossover and the disney movie crossover (both the same item) went unnoticed. And I had to guess at which biblical figure was also a movie, so yeah, my earlier comment was not justified. (1 month ago)

Ian @ #64077: Enjoyed this grid. There were crossovers. Chill out, Jesus. (1 month ago)

b @ #64077: I got the grid, but I didn't know Emma Watson films. Bit niche, that. Unfair for someone to say there was a lack of red herrings - maybe he just didn't understand Noah's in the bible (1 month ago)

LEANLEAN @ #63942: NOT PRESIDENT >:(((((((((((((((( (1 month ago)

GP @ #64085: Thanka for sharing (1 month ago)

Timtam @ #50900: I love it, very clever and good red herrings (1 month ago)

Jesus @ #64077: This grid wasn't drowning in red herrings, like the garbage puzzles that are enjoyed by garbage people (1 month ago)

Jesus @ #61481: Just as fun the second time around! (1 month ago)

Jesus @ #27894: Did you pull a muscle reaching for this garbage? (1 month ago)

Rhori @ #64069: Good one (1 month ago)

Rhori @ #64078: Very good. (1 month ago)

Mister Tom @ #63741: Good stuff (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64077: Not bad, but lack of red herringss or crossovers made it a little too easy. (1 month ago)

Ace @ #56311: @Gorgon Matchbox toys, used to make small die-cast model cars. (1 month ago)

b @ #63960: Actually I is the first word and only word of that newspaper. (1 month ago)

Gorgon @ #51121: @sax never heard of "try over" (1 month ago)

b @ #64030: I don't know Jojo Rabbit - where's that from? But 10/10 nevertheless. (1 month ago)

Gorgon @ #54763: Great puzzle, but leave off putting the "theme" in the answers if people get it they get it or they will see it in the comments, otherwise it basically gives away the 2nd part where you have to name the groups if the person lucked into a group or just ran out of time. (1 month ago)

Bouldersaur @ #64069: Gosh, that was tough. So well done with the red herrings! (1 month ago)

Gorgon @ #56311: you give kids matchboxes to play with? (1 month ago)

Helga @ #36276: Nice! (1 month ago)

Michael Hutchinson @ #63995: lovely once you had your way in! (1 month ago)

Michael Hutchinson @ #63998: nice - I missed the ford mill connection (1 month ago)

Michael Hutchinson @ #64027: tough but good (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64060: Greek group was impossibly fiendish. Give us a chance. (1 month ago)

Michael Hutchinson @ #64031: great stuff (1 month ago)

Ace @ #64064: Sandstone and slate are not mined, they're quarried, plus iron ore is what comes out of a mine, not iron itself. Got the group OK, but your connection is not accurate. (1 month ago)

Michael Hutchinson @ #64043: @Mister Tom - the whole point of a good wall is to have multiple solutions/red herrings/cross overs. It will only fit properly in the specific groups of four given in the grid solutions. Macbeth doesn't fit in any other group for example. (1 month ago)

b @ #64057: Fairly straightforward. 10/10, so I like it. (1 month ago)

b @ #64064: Nice and easy, probably easier than it first looked. Thanks (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #8355: Very clever. Loved this :-) (1 month ago)

zbj @ #64057: toughie but goodie (1 month ago)

Lindybeige @ #25555: Paper works for the category containing crepe. (1 month ago)

Lindybeige @ #64064: The category with 'iron' in it was not satisfying. The words 'ore' and 'quarry' are problems. (1 month ago)

GP @ #64067: Love the concept but my beatles song title knowledge let me down. Thanks for sharing! (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64055: @jerseysusanna Lie - mar - (like the beans) Lee - mah - (like the capital of Peru) Great grid LittleQuill. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64056: Good grid. Thanks. More crossovers would make it better. Also allow "betray" for your traitors group. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month ago)

fiona @ #64064: got the third group by luck, didnt get last two connections. not convinced that you mine sandstone, think you quarry it. (1 month ago)

Dave @ #64027: Sometimes you just spot em! Was just on it with this, very pleasing. Cheers! (1 month ago)

anvil @ #64040: what language is tizenergy? (1 month ago)

Dave @ #64064: Like it, deceptively simple connections! (1 month ago)

Freddgar @ #54760: Brilliant, well put together, great work. Knew some, luckily guessed some. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (1 month ago)

John @ #64064: Loved this one - didn't do too well though (1 month ago)

A @ #64043: @Mal Too many crossovers? Seriously? There are literally only 2 red herrings - Gaga for the Lady group and Champions for the Queen group... (1 month ago)

b @ #64021: Aaron Brown or Aaron Gordon, I've never heard of either of them, so that's a tough and duff group. I've marked you down. (1 month ago)

Bouldersaur @ #54760: Thanks so much for all the support. This was my first puzzle and while it's a bit clunky in the diversity of knowledge it requires, I'm glad folks liked the theme! (1 month ago)

Helga @ #29852: Loved the Wales theme. Love Wales! (1 month ago)

JF @ #64050: Nice grid. Good selection of answers (they weren't all "add a word to the end" type) and plenty of red herrings. (1 month ago)

Bathfood @ #47925: Elegant. Nicely constructed. Thank you. (1 month ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64055: Not sure about two ways of pronouncing Lima? (1 month ago)

JerseySusanna @ #64058: Good grid thank you but couldn't the roll connection also be 'rock'? Maybe not as good as yours but I think it works. (1 month ago)

GP @ #64026: Nice grid, i was stumped by the drift connection (1 month ago)

GP @ #64054: 0/10, a bit too niche for me! (1 month ago)

jameshumphries73@hotmail.com @ #63963: Yep, herring fest. 5. Good one (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64031: Excellent. Very satisfying. (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64048: Broom/Hoover interchangable (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64037: Please fact check your "English Towns". Suffolk is a county, Liverpool is a city, Punchbowl does not exist. Also "Ballroom" is not a dress - it's a ballgown. Otherwise, a good grid. Thanks. (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64035: Good crossovers. Fun grid. Thanks :-) (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64043: Excellent grid with brilliant crossovers and red herrings. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64044: Laulau also isn't a sausage. Good grid otherwise. Fresh! Thanks for posting :-) (1 month ago)

Jesus @ #63819: You make the best grids. You ARE puzzgrid! (1 month ago)

Jesus @ #63970: Bruh.... no (1 month ago)

Bob Dole @ #63872: Very hard but very good! Bob Dole approves. (1 month ago)

Author @ #63837: Green Bay Packers (1 month ago)

mal @ #64043: There were TOO many cross overs, which made it more luck than judgment as to whether you got it or not. Take a couple out, it will still be hard but be much better/more skilful. Good otherwise (1 month ago)

Alex @ #64012: Oooo, I spent ages working out that last combination of clues. This was a great wall! (1 month ago)

Mister Tom @ #64043: It's lovely but I must give it 1* because there are multiple possible solutions, therefore it is not a grid. From the given solution as it is now, you could put Gaga in the Macbeth Group, Justice in the Rocket group and Champions in the Love Group, giving the same 4 groups but with a different filling. I suggest you circumvent this by removing Macbeth and adding, for example, Dust. (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64049: Well sus (1 month ago)

Bathfood @ #37456: Really good gridding. Groups were kind of obvious, but then I really had to logicise (?) the hell out of it. (1 month ago)

SnCold710 @ #64038: The Giant Peach group doesn't accept "and the" (1 month ago)

George @ #64044: I don't think patties are sausages but what do I know (1 month ago)

Yve @ #64037: The Devil's Punchbowl is a feature of the landscape in Hampshire, not a town. Still a nice grid. (1 month ago)

zbj @ #64043: good one this (1 month ago)

bert @ #26502: certainly not "all white" massively ambiguous (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64037: Rock and Roll not really a type of dance. And what's a V-neck dress?? That's like saying red is a type of dress. (1 month ago)

Dan @ #64040: Should be tizenegy (1 month ago)

triffik @ #64037: Suffolk is a County, not a town (1 month ago)

ernst blofinger @ #58194: very well devised.. beat me.. (1 month ago)

Nick @ #64037: Marimba, not Mariba. Google doesn't show up any English town called Punchbowl, no idea where that's coming from. (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #64043: Toughy (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #64035: Very good and tricky (1 month ago)

Dramo Tarker @ #60227: Very nice, I liked it (1 month ago)

John @ #64040: Red works as well for the wedding etc (red wedding - Games of Thrones; Red Christmas - 2016 film; red admiral butterfly; Red Dwarf - TV series (1 month ago)

Brinky @ #64031: Nice grid well thought through. (1 month ago)

Dramo Tarker @ #61154: Quite smart with the two pianos, it serves as quite the smart hint! (1 month ago)

Maureess @ #64040: check the spelling of tizenegy! (1 month ago)

Ian @ #64042: Enjoyed this grid. Couldn't do it. (1 month ago)

Ian @ #64030: Enjoyed this grid. (1 month ago)

GP @ #63735: Got it but not quite how you set it out (1 month ago)

GP @ #63734: Nice one! (1 month ago)

Dan @ #64010: Great puzzgrid! One of the best! (1 month ago)

GP @ #64027: Nice grid! A few lucky strikes for me. (1 month ago)

GP @ #64030: Fun grid, got em all except for shakespeare (1 month ago)

GP @ #64034: 10/10, definitely in my wheelhouse! Thanks (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #61351: This is a good grid. Would have liked "professions" as an acceptable answer to "occupations". Otherwise 4 stars. Don't worry about the critics... Thanks for posting so many good grids. (1 month ago)

Anthony Kinahan @ #64031: Loved this one - Very clever Well done (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #64030: Nice red herring (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64026: Thumbs up! Fun. Thanks for posting. :-) (1 month ago)

Avenger @ #10679: Still does not accept X men. Family group iffy too. (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64027: Great grid. The silver group had me puzzled for a few seconds. Fun. Thanks for posting. :-) (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64024: Very clever! Thanks :-) (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64030: Fun grid, excellent. Thanks :-) (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #64031: I wanted to know how whisky galore was connected to tango in Paris. Now I know. Smashing ty (1 month ago)

Wordsworth @ #64027: Lots of fun, nice red herrings: thank you. (1 month ago)

Freddgar @ #64024: Excellent grid Some guesswork by me 10s all round Thanks for posting (Great username btw) (1 month ago)

Freddgar @ #64030: Good grid some nice red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month ago)

Paul @ #64021: There is an Answer 'Aaron Brown' under the Gordon's answer, not sure if this is correct. Certainly doesn't look like it. :) (1 month ago)

Vicky @ #64019: You have used Cataletic in the answers but Talent in the questions (1 month ago)

Richard @ #64008: Nice grid (1 month ago)

anvil @ #63993: Very good! (1 month ago)

anvil @ #64024: Very good! (1 month ago)

Fish @ #64003: Naively thought the lion category link was simply that they were all yellow! (1 month ago)

haywood @ #64015: Tarantino's 1992 breakout pic "Dogs Dogs" starring Tim Rothweiler, Michael Maddog, Steve Basenji, and Arfy Keitel (1 month ago)

Chris @ #64015: Agreed Tilly, still fun tho. (1 month ago)

bert @ #27698: so "homophones" isnt correct then ? (1 month ago)

Helga @ #63998: Very enjoyable (1 month ago)

anvil @ #64021: You've put Aaron Brown in the answers instead of Aaron Gordon (1 month ago)

George @ #63983: Types of cheese? (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #63960: Great grid with good crossovers. And accurate, inoffensive and made me think. Thanks for posting. (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #63999: Mostly good but some factual errors/ more than one answer. The flags also all have the colour red. Thanks for posting and making it fun. (1 month ago)

Alexandra Lewis @ #64016: I am a pool but this grid is epic (1 month ago)

Plod @ #63995: Thanks for positive feedback : ) (1 month ago)

barry womble @ #63957: Fantastic. (1 month ago)

barry womble @ #63993: brilliant grid (1 month ago)

barry womble @ #63998: brilliant (1 month ago)

barry womble @ #63995: A real 5 star grid by both metrics. Amazing. (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #64015: Needs an edit Tarantino (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #64014: *gall not gaul. Didn't love this one (I normally give you 5 stars). Thanks for posting anyway :-) (1 month ago)

GP @ #64006: I dont know my ex uk pms well enough! (1 month ago)

GP @ #64012: Thanks for sharing! (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #63935: Pls accept capital cities europe as an answer :-) (I gave myself 10/10 anyway ;-p Fun grid. Thanks! (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #63998: Loved this! Fresh. Struggled with the Eric group, and then got it in the end. 10/10 :-) (1 month ago)

GP @ #63998: Struggled to make any connections but got the themes once rearranged (1 month ago)

GP @ #63995: Awesone grid, thanks (1 month ago)

Spikethecat @ #63995: Good grid! Thanks :-) (1 month ago)

Rhetoric Fan @ #63961: For precision in a game like this, I think you should go with proper names instead of nicknames, like Pennsylvania. (1 month ago)

RMP @ #63998: Very nice! Almost didn't get the "Ford mill" link, but figured it out in the end. (1 month ago)

Sean @ #63884: Hi, Me and my girlfriend were well confused. Is there like a show this kind of hints are based on? We're not English. (1 month ago)

Gaynor Marie Edwards @ #20065: (1 month ago)

fiona @ #64006: i solved the grid with a lucky guess, then i couldn't see the final connection. (1 month ago)

nitpicker @ #63961: Liked it - but it's "Columbia" (1 month ago)

eBarnz @ #63989: There is a 2009 novel titles wings and a 2014 film titled pride (there may be other crossovers, these are just the first I found) so there is not a unique solution to this grid. (1 month ago)

eBarnz @ #63991: The "American" group is a bit of a stretch. (1 month ago)

nitpicker @ #63995: Original! I liked it. (1 month ago)

anvil @ #63998: Nice one! Sneaky changing the order of things! 😄 (1 month ago)

anvil @ #63995: Was it a sable, Jay?! 😄 Good grid! (1 month ago)

Kitty @ #63999: What Lawrie said : ) (1 month ago)

Lawrie Smith @ #63999: Ah, that well known US state Ontario. (1 month ago)

Ace @ #63991: Ridiculously contrived, too many levels of abstractions. (1 month ago)

Tilly @ #63926: Henry (H) SI unit of electrical inductance (1 month ago)

b @ #63926: Never heard of a henry as a unit of anything (1 month ago)

Plod @ #63994: haha, I like to keep people guessing (1 month ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63994: Thanks, Plod - found this is tough one as couldn't see the month connection til last sec (1 month ago)

jay @ #63995: I liked it but there was one thing I hadn't heard of (1 month ago)

hans @ #54971: Excellent balance of trickiness and doability. Very satisfying! (1 month ago)

Rob @ #63906: Nice job, T! 7/10 not bad…. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #63962: Nice (1 month, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #63987: Nice (1 month, 1 week ago)

fiona @ #63982: well, if you've ever heard of christopher guest... i got this one by a lucky guess. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ed Balls @ #63963: Ed Balls (1 month, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63960: nicely done (1 month, 1 week ago)

Botkin Hospital @ #63963: Lot of red herrings, had me really scratching there. Nice grid. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Rubato @ #54971: nice (1 month, 1 week ago)

Simon @ #59538: Nice! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #63956: I got 10, but goodness knows how. I'd never heard of gander, stanley, chief, dolly, or iris. Do you not think they might all be a tab obscure? (1 month, 1 week ago)

David Poupe @ #63964: Rhythm is spelt rhythm (1 month, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #63958: Great fun TYVM (1 month, 1 week ago)

James Finster @ #63937: Good puzzle! The hidden waters were well done! (1 month, 1 week ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63957: Thank you, Plod - got me on the poets one. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #63958: Changed to part, thanks Pale Fisher. (1 month, 1 week ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63958: Like the different style, Plod - thanks as always. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Pale Fisher @ #63958: US bumper is bumper. US wing is what you are looking for. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63956: 3/4 (1 month, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #63958: Easy but fun once you get your head round it. Thanks (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63951: Not familar with all of these but a fun grid still. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #63916: Your definition of 'Europe' is too wide, and Monaco is a state. I think simply 'city' 'place name' or the like would work better. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Anvil @ #63916: Nice one! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Anvil @ #63937: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (1 month, 1 week ago)

Omegaman @ #63903: Perhaps include lit as well as light and burn? (1 month, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63916: I feel like I should have hated this but I enjoyed it despite myself! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Russell Braman @ #63942: Franklin and Hamilton were on money, but were never presidents (1 month, 1 week ago)

eBarnz @ #63942: Only half of the people in the dollar group were president. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63875: I hate your grids, I clicked on this one by accident and it sucked like the rest of them (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63886: Don't ignore Tom. Tom has a point (1 month, 1 week ago)

Moondog @ #5717: T S Eliot and toilets is an anagram, but you spelled it T S Elliot. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Malcontent @ #63935: Very nice and straightforward with a couple of red herrings - solved in 45s. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #63873: The hand group also works with "light". (1 month, 1 week ago)

Captain Ben @ #63903: Good work, especially with the dummy group. (1 month, 1 week ago)

A @ #63884: Nice although "overland" is shaky, certainly not a word I've ever heard and doesn't appear to be in the dictionary. (1 month, 1 week ago)

squareeyes @ #63937: Very nice (1 month, 1 week ago)

Frankie @ #63926: Easy (1 month, 1 week ago)

Aetees @ #63916: Very nice (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63916: silly fun and i luv em (1 month, 1 week ago)

PeteC85 @ #63886: Ignore Tom. It was hard, and niche, but good. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tom @ #63886: Dreadful (1 month, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #63903: Great grid, nice crossovers and fun to play, cheers. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Owen @ #62496: Māori, not moari!! Nice to see some te reo though. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #63910: Kids, don't take drugs or you end up like Mydnm (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63916: Fun grid (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63892: I'm not up on the capital cities of Canadian provinces and I've never answered anything by saying it's a biome, but don't let my weaknesses detract from a good grid. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63878: A Pill is not Apple. All in all, a bit silly really (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63893: Thanks for sharing (1 month, 1 week ago)

muffin @ #63913: Love - really challenging! More please. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Trevor Heard @ #63837: Asl? (1 month, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63878: Nice and easy grid, justforfun indeed 😁 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 1 week ago)

Eolyn @ #63317: Thanks for the feedback, fixed and fixed. (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63910: Kind of obtuse, not for me! (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63903: Pretty good, thanks for sharing. I guessed box for the light category - oops! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Omegaman @ #63884: I think —— Out —— also works with one group but enjoyable anyway (1 month, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63892: Nice and easy grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #63899: Good grid, i liked it! Confetti for me so im in a good mood (1 month, 1 week ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63741: Every day's a school day it seems. (1 month, 1 week ago)

bigz @ #63554: Mixing up Spanish with French. SEIZE is a French number. SeiZure is English. SeiSure does not exist in this uninverse. (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #186: Good one. Some were easy but the fly one took a while... (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #24111: Well constructed, but a bit nerdy and some clues were guesswork due to obscurity. (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #46544: OK but never heard of a bat ray (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #50900: Very poor - way too obscure (1 month, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #63878: Fun and funny TY! (I think I've heard Rusher pronounced just like this). (1 month, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63883: Nice and easy grid, good theme. 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #63891: Nice one, enjoyed it - couldn't get the connection for the Walking group but otherwise much fun! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Mark Norman @ #63887: Final group also works by changing first letter to a P. Great grid, though. More please! (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #51919: Bon mur. Très dur mais très sympa. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ragman @ #63887: Third group also works for letter A (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #51921: Pas mal du tout. Attention à ne pas oublier d'indiquer le thème des connections, et pas seulement les détails. (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #63890: Sorry guys I accidently put a French grid in the English category, and it looks like there's no way to edit that. (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #57191: Waw c'est vraiment un excellent mur, bravo ! (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #57206: Ton mur est vraiment chouette, mais si je puis me permettre trois catégories sur quatre reposent sur des mots/expressions. C'est bien de varier. (1 month, 1 week ago)

EmmyDeter @ #61568: Un très chouette mur, intelligent et trouvable sans être trop facile. (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63886: Never in a million years (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63884: Nice one. (1 month, 1 week ago)

troemyd @ #63877: Need to add a few more similar words for the mammals answer (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63878: Very fun, nice one (1 month, 1 week ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63878: Thank you, JustForFun - loved it, more perrrrlease?! (1 month, 1 week ago)

just @ #63878: That's annoying PeteC85, shouldn't happen. Take the point! (1 month, 1 week ago)

PeteC85 @ #63878: I put authoritarian leaders for the relevant group and it rejected it, despite authoritarian being in the explanation, worth adding this. Otherwise, enjoyed this, bit different. (1 month, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63864: Literally made me smile! Did it with 1 second to spare. Very neat. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63878: fun (1 month, 1 week ago)

josh @ #63836: Amazing!!!!! Fred is a twat who doesn't understand how to have a good time. What a helmet (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tino @ #63773: Great selection, really tricky too! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63864: Enjoyed this grid. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63864: Enjoyed this grid. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63841: Hard-boiled fiction. Never heard of it. Noir fiction : that too. Spoilt an otherwise good grid (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63845: Tortuous is not a synonym for curved, nor is twisted. I grouped them OK, but your group answer is inaccurate. A walking stick does not have a curve in it; it has a full bend, so that is a silly group. I've marked you down on quality (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63863: Good! Nice mix. (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63876: A bit too tricky for me (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63867: Very good! (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63872: Fun, but too hard for me! (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63869: Very fun (1 month, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #63864: This is good. (1 month, 1 week ago)

muffin @ #63799: love the jumping :) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Bob Dole @ #63821: Loved it, thanks! Bob Dole approves. (1 month, 1 week ago)

muffin @ #63870: hahaha i'm dumb :) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Bob Dole @ #63864: Excellent! Bob Dole approves. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63869: Great grid. Thumbs up. Good crossovers. :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63867: Good crossovers. Great grid. Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63824: Your best grid so far. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63826: Loved this! Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63864: Very educational especially the gonzo line. Thanks :-) Good red herrings too. (1 month, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63838: Doesn't really work: you have one plural bird as a red herring, with 3 single ones (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tyler @ #44405: Johnny. I agree, I'm 72 and even I got all the Johns. Guessed most of the rest, but hey ho, still got 10/10. Good grid, thanks for posting. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tyler @ #14499: Johnny. I agree, I'm 72 and even I got all the Johns. Guessed most of the rest, but hey ho, still got 10/10. Good grid, thanks for posting. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tyler @ #38844: I typed in Draw and was told it was incorrect, would help to know how much needs to be typed, normally a single word is acceptable! Otherwise a good puzzle! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #63844: Bit miffed I wasn't allowed "making flour" for the wheat one! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Gorgon @ #61559: technically it's grande dame, but good grid, i always miss the ones with hidden words (1 month, 1 week ago)

Graham @ #63854: Really good grid Thanks for making it (1 month, 1 week ago)

Dev @ #63837: What is Green Packers? (1 month, 1 week ago)

Dev @ #63845: Groups 'Curved' and 'Things with a Curve' too similar for my liking. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Joni @ #63791: Really good grid. And interesting…. Thank you CinemaGrids (1 month, 1 week ago)

psnchito @ #63462: me csgo en sus muertos (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63836: Extremely poor (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63826: Extremely enjoyable! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jack Stotler @ #51429: The saxaphone is actually a woodwind instrument and is not a part of the brass family. If you wouldn't mind changing that one to a Trombone or an instrument that is actually in the Brass family, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you :D (1 month, 1 week ago)

hmucha @ #25921: For red, I wish "award" was good enough (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63826: Too clever for me (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63834: Nice one, fun (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63837: Nice one, thanks for sharing! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ghost Poo @ #63837: Should've been a cowboy (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ant @ #63799: Very nice, thank you (1 month, 1 week ago)

Wordy @ #63831: RMP, these are symbols seen publicly, anyone can google it. (1 month, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63831: I think it is slightly cheating to include information from a literal secret society which non-members cannot know. (1 month, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63799: The ''jumping'' category is poor and lets down a decent grid (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tom @ #63826: Clever, but easy once you work out what's going on. (1 month, 1 week ago)

nighttime @ #5600: @Keith: Those are not misspellings - Baysun is a city in Uzbekistan; Tems is a singer-songwriter. (1 month, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #63823: It's a little misleading to put Chevy Chase's first name alongside three surnames. Also, "Guinness" is spelled wrong. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Nivag @ #63815: I really messed this up. I must have been too tired. Nesh should also have been mesh. (1 month, 1 week ago)

anvil @ #63805: Please, no more palindromes! As soon as I see racecar or kayak, I know the palindromes are back!! (1 month, 1 week ago)

anvil @ #63820: Good grid, though the frost line aren't really all synonyms of each other. Frost is a noun (unless you're icing a cake in the US). The rest are verbs meaning to cool. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fish @ #63808: Thought there were words ending with men's names there, wasted to much time trying to find the fourth name XD (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fish @ #63812: Les Dennis (uncertain) made me laugh (1 month, 1 week ago)

gridlington @ #34186: Tom, there was an accidental g added to "son" on the answer panel, but that should have been obvious as the answers were all explained in longhand. A clothespin is the American version of what the English call a clothes peg. (1 month, 1 week ago)

gridlington @ #63824: Very good - some nice red herrings in there too! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63802: Suffering through this grid is worse than being crucified (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63806: A bit too obscure in general (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63792: You've done it again, SugarPi (1 month, 1 week ago)

John @ #30573: A lot of these are technically not "points," but other units of scorekeeping. Golf, for example, tracks strokes, not points. Baseball tracks runs, not points. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63812: (1 month, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #63793: "Green lentils" are a common variety of lentil so it seems like that and bean are interchangeable. You might want to swap "lentil" for "peanut" or something. (1 month, 1 week ago)

dangalf @ #63756: Fun!! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Mark Norman @ #63791: Great grid! More please! (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #58197: I don't know the shop All Saints, and identical clues doesn't work terribly well. Only OK. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63068: Very easy (1 month, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63815: I think Pool is a typo or a mistake. There is no town of that name. (1 month, 1 week ago)

PeteC85 @ #63738: That was difficult! Thanks, managed 7/10. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Wordy @ #63808: I will add it, when you know you are right, just add he point. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jane @ #63808: Nice grid, but I lost out on 10 points because I put “angry” instead of “cross”! Any chance you could allow a bit more flexibility there? (1 month, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63811: You need to expand acceptable answers for the Penthouse row to include the root of the words (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63784: Just to leave the final letter off four colours is a bit tame really, isn't it. Then the crimson group : they are not synonyms for red, they are different shades of red. Sorry, but I've marked you down. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63765: Quite good, but I think you spoilt it by allowing "beet or beat". Would be better with four beats. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63763: I've heard of the man in the moon but the rest of that group are complete nonsense in my book. (1 month, 1 week ago)

murphykrama @ #63765: great. love it (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63788: Fun grid! Got lucky with a few guesses, typically knew 3/4 (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63792: Very fun, nice! (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63806: A bit too obscure for me (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63749: BTW, your sheep group are also all ruminants/ cud chewers. Not sure that too many people drink camel's milk. Otherwise a good grid. Thanks for posting. (1 month, 1 week ago)

J @ #63792: Funky. Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63799: Good crossovers. Thanks for sharing :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63794: Nice! For some reason i just could not see the two in outwork, despite knowing what i was looking for! (1 month, 1 week ago)

GP @ #63795: Fun one. Would be hard if you dont know SF (1 month, 1 week ago)

person @ #47145: I dislike... soz (1 month, 1 week ago)

SugarPi @ #63765: Very much enjoyed this one. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63570: Made me think. Fun. Thanks! Got confetti :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63765: Loved this maths based puzzle. Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63793: Pls chk yr splng. Otherwise good! Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63794: Fun grid. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63792: Fun. Thanks :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Supertailz @ #42345: Dan Quayle is misspelt . (1 month, 1 week ago)

Psst @ #63759: @Tom If I hated cats too, I might agree =^._.^=∫ (1 month, 1 week ago)

anvil @ #63758: Please, no more hidden numbers!! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #63783: I thought achtung and yeah were even more obscure. (1 month, 1 week ago)

kanye @ #3: lebron james (1 month, 1 week ago)

kanye @ #50645: who names a kid chicago (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63758: Olympic sports.... (1 month, 1 week ago)

Joni @ #63783: Well, I really liked it. Thank you Mr Wye (1 month, 1 week ago)

Mr Wye Knott @ #63783: I have to agree with you George, not my finest (1 month, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63784: Good grid missed out on the Blood line. You win 10-7 Thanks for posting (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63744: good one. Though I'm not great on poxy NFL teams (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63758: Good one. But to be constructive sports should have been allowed as should hidden metals. (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63765: Nice one (1 month, 1 week ago)

George @ #63783: Good one though John Thaw TV shows is a bit obscure (1 month, 1 week ago)

PeteC85 @ #63773: Thanks Ian, he's not one we necessarily think of straight away. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Aetees @ #63741: The Gore line was interesting. Every day's a school day it seems. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Helga @ #63734: Good crossovers (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63773: Enjoyed but failed. Keane threw me. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Helga @ #63757: Nice mix. (1 month, 1 week ago)

b @ #63741: There's nothing old about the pound (1 month, 1 week ago)

Tom @ #63759: This is possibly the worst grid I have ever seen on here. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #30982: Enjoyed this grid! (1 month, 1 week ago)

luz.shoe @ #63757: Thanks for the feedback - I found that category a bit tricky in the acceptable answers field but I have now updated it! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63757: Fun grid. Please work on your "singer" line for more acceptable answers. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63741: Excellent grid. Fresh. Thanks :-) Good crossovers without being too obscure. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63749: (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63759: Quirky and clever. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63743: I was on your wave length for this one. Loved it! Thanks for posting 10/10 :-) (1 month, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #63744: topical! excellent! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Yorkies! @ #63763: not bad (1 month, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #63741: 'coins' (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63753: Two groups with no literal connection is a bit underwhelming. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ryoso @ #63746: Ugh . . . You need advanced mathematics to have a chance at this, and while I'm sure hardcore math nerds will like it, I'm also sure that 90% of folks that try this puzzle will be utterly stumped or bored. This puzzle's a good argument for letting puzz writers categorize their work by subject if applicable and not just nationality, language, audio, visual. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Botkin hospital @ #32865: We need you in our hospital - it's so stupid (1 month, 1 week ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #63741: I would have preferred it if you'd allowed 'dressmaking terms' as this is entirely accurate! (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #63743: Very difficult but well-made (1 month, 1 week ago)

me @ #63748: I was able to get all the groups just by their appearance, but I wasn't able to identify any of them. It's a nice grid but really shouldn't be public since it's all to do with mathematics instead of general knowledge. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Hal Jam @ #14334: Not unique. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63725: Bit samey. But enjoyed. (1 month, 1 week ago)

ur mum @ #61727: LOL (1 month, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #63745: Much to good for me. Brute forced through the gatherings and the surnames, and had no clue with the rest (1 month, 1 week ago)

Trillium @ #63738: Me li ke it! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Bob @ #21280: Rubbish. Too easy. (1 month, 1 week ago)

dangalf @ #63509: Fantastic!!! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #63732: never knew that about Tuxedo - thanks for the fun grid! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63744: Couldn't get monkey group even though it was on the news as I played.! (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63731: Enjoyed this grid. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Ian @ #63735: Not sure about your grouping descriptions. (1 month, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #63614: This is good. (1 month, 1 week ago)

murphykrama @ #63739: You should add "do re me" as an answer for the do-re-me one and "location" for the prepositions (1 month, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #63741: @Ian - Bush is a band. They had a hit with the song Glycerine. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

jay @ #63734: bun,bangs,mohawk,mullet bass,flouder,herring,hake snow,tom,copy,bob low,care,top,hell (alternate solution without topcat) great puzzle though! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63741: Otherwise good. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63741: Bush? (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63741: Bush? (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

bolinho @ #63742: nossa que legal eu quase errei (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63741: This is good. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63732: Jodhpurs not jodhurs. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63734: Good grid however Hell and Top are interchangeable. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63734: Top cat! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

DutchAndWorried @ #63734: Difficult. Some of those clues fit to more than one group. Maybe worth an edit to fix. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ingabritt @ #63740: Super fun!!! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Nezita @ #63740: Is gud, I liek (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

David @ #63739: Clever little board, liked it. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Yorkies! @ #63614: Perfect amount of "easy"! Gonna do your others :) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63739: Good stuff. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63734: Second go! Not heard of snow cat. Fun! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63733: It's Malcolm X not as you have it. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #63739: Liked it! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RBR45 @ #63739: good grid - makes you think 10/10 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hal Jam @ #63734: Hell and Top are interchangeable. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63700: This was hard but good. Cheers! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63716: generous answers :) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

grungor @ #63723: Nah mate (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

grungor @ #63708: More like little piss (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

lebron james @ #46413: i am love ohio (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

hubris23 @ #40083: this one (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63707: Nice grid with lots of red herrings, but I don't think Adjournment belongs in its row. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63713: Excellent grid. Got some, failed on the rest. Fooled me with S and Crown. You win 10-3. Thanks for posting. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63614: Not so sure about "back", but thanks for your feedback. Tried to go on the easy side for those who enjoy feeling (easily) accomplished :) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63681: A bit plain and simple, even though I'd only heard of one dog, so I don't know where you found the claimed fame of the others. I agree with others about composers (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

john askew @ #60349: really really bad!!!!!!!!! WHO IS LILY (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63618: Lacks variety (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63673: I am not a fan of "first word of . . . " groups. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63307: It wasnt that bad. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

anvil @ #63709: like the bed frill one! 😄 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63709: A good toughie (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Lindybeige @ #63614: The category that includes 'less' has a second correct answer: 'back.' (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63700: Excellent TYVM! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63710: Monte Carlo or Bust my chance of confetti (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Joni @ #63642: Nice. Made me smile. Thank you asmr (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63709: * Just for fun! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hutch @ #63700: Absolutely loved this grid, so hate to be picky, but I don't think E Quid was British (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63700: Fun, liked this TY (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63700: Very good! Fresh. Thanks for posting. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Mr. Spicy @ #63704: Tricky, tricky! There was some subtlety to one of the categories, and the others had some good hooks! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63593: Please incude British English spellings. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10859: Purple Gang? 😶 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10854: Bands one not great - especially cos they are just 3/4 letters in random words. Did not enjoy. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10841: Tripe (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63702: boom (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

F @ #63699: 'duty' really threw me, guess i've been to too many airports (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #63148: Congrats on living up to your username (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #63676: 'relatives' should be an option. I like the ''James'' category (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63681: Ditto. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

BinDipper @ #63645: I think it's a bit more than Hamburger said. It's not only that this doesn't work; it's that no matter what your categories it will probably never work. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63672: Leif is not a homophone for Leith unless you've got a speech defect. I marked you down for that. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

John @ #63680: Appropriate - never heard any of them used in that manner. Then realised what it meant. Doh. Loved the other groups (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63518: Nice (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #24263: Nice grid. Enjoyed learning new words for cattle ! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63688: Croatia appears twice, hence not a unique solution. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

bert @ #39526: a midge is not a termite, its a flying biting insect like a gnat / mosquito (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63681: they are certainly not known as musicians (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63681: Not a bad grid, but allowable answers are a little poor. One group is not really musicians but composers. in all of them you should allow singular forms - just miss off the 's' and both will be accepted. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63655: Very nice. Didn't see the vowel thing! Doh! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63645: Yeah nah, this doesn't work. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63672: Homophones???? (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63668: When one group is made up of the only four options that are real people, you don't need any more specific connection. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

jenn @ #63587: it might be helpful for the the "connection" answers to be multiple choice to allow for correct points gathering enjoyable game : ) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

HeroComplex @ #63645: As Paul mentioned, V could swap with C and M leaving valid groups; U (and potentially Y) could swap with at least O and I directly; and O could also do a chain swap replacing J/R/C, which replace U, which replaces O. It's a cool idea for a grid, but since it leaves the clues all so open-ended, I think it's especially important that the solution be pristine/unique. (Also the C category is accurate, but without something to signal it, definitely harder than the others to come up with, as it's less about the letters themselves.) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #63649: The religious concepts are DEFINITELY Buddhist as well as Hindu (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Phil @ #63518: Too many months infuriating haha. Very good (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63661: Thank you. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Michael Carter @ #63669: Tough! Only 2/10 for me. 1 group and 1 reason. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

he87S&Dh3bsU#@ @ #21293: international keyboard (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

George @ #63624: Nice. always happy for BD to get a mention. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63645: a few of these could be swapped, so not a unique solution (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

George @ #63640: well I managed to solve the grid without knowing why apart from the numbers! Didn't get all the connections. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63646: A bit too dependent on knowing the works of one performer. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Dev @ #63649: Great grid, fell for the Cameron trap! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #60692: Just too easy. No red herrings. So easy it's disappointing. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #61104: Easy but OK. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63638: High class grid. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Fred @ #63637: Excellent - thank you. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Mike @ #63638: Fun. I had no idea about the old names. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63638: Nice grid, cheers. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

WVPuzzler @ #63638: Home and accommodation are now added, thanks! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #57806: Excellent! Great crossovers too. Well done and thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63342: Loved this! Especially the relationship to London tube lines. I do think London centric knowledge is the key to solving this, so might be trickier for some. Thanks for posting 10/10 :-) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63637: Loved this. Although I think Happy Potter might be Harry ;-P Thanks for posting :-) 10/10 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #63307: You are, without a doubt, one of the worst humans I have ever had the displeasure of knowing exists (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63602: Loved this! Thanks. Great crossovers. 10/10 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #63638: Not Accommodations?. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63624: Loved this! Thanks :-) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63626: Clever! Thanks :-) Esp liked the "tact" row. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #61813: Nice idea, but a trifle off the beat : these are just strings of words, not connections (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #61458: Just too easy, and just to jumble up the letters of a word four different ways is a bit tame really, isn't it. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63289: OK, just made me think enough. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63415: Really rather too easy (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ragdoll @ #63638: Great grid, but 'home' wasn't accepted for the 'house' group (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Swordfish7 @ #1183: Forsyth NOT Forsythe (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ryan @ #63637: Yeah, I dunno about that "bold" category. They are not all synonyms for bold, in fact I wouldn't even consider two of them adjectives. Someone can be cheeky or "have the nerve" to do something, but you wouldn't describe someone as "cheek" or "nerve." Also, fresh is a bit of a stretch (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

anvil @ #63638: The hidden numbers one is getting a tad over-used. Like the anagrams one. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #39988: Nice grid.Good mix. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

bob @ #63582: could do with some work on the accepted answers - the repeat category should accept "synonyms" as they are all synonyms. Also didn't fully understand your actual answer for it. The rest was fine - keep it up! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #63580: Great grid, nicely balanced (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

George @ #63633: Too many ups (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

George @ #63638: Bobbins (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63619: Not Santa lol (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63619: Nay, nay and thrice nay - would you ask that of Monty Woolley, Brian Blessed or Santa? (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63619: Shave! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #62354: Declan (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #63419: Declan (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #20453: Didn't expect to learn so much about pressure groups! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #60729: beates (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #24775: Reviewed my rating, gave it the five stars it deserves. Kohnnie, I'm sorry for calling you dumb, that too was the result of my emotions getting the better of me. These things tend to happen on the internet. I'm sure that you are a very intelligent person. We puzzle enjoyers must stick together, and not sow division amongst ourselves. I will now take my leave. Farewell. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #37331: I really despise the fact that i got HermiONE HiTWOry THREEmatic FOURoboros wasn't it but I hate that my joke guess worked (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #24775: I agree with Tom and Lorna (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #24775: Kohnnie, you are dumb (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #24775: I regret my rating, I did it out of frustration. Puzzgrid.com please revoke my rating priviledges. I'm having post grid clarity. This was very well constructed, I let my emotions get the best of me, and for that, I'm truly sorry. I think it stems from a (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Declan @ #27880: I agree with Lorna and Tom, Jahn knows what they did. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

JBGrumpy @ #63602: Good one... 👍 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63624: Thank you. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #63614: Very easy. Some crossovers would help (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63369: I haven't heard of Fall Out Boys, but it didn't matter. OK, this one. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63371: You don't really hear of mine-sweep. I think mine-sweeper would have been better, but otherwise fine. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63626: Couldn't finish even though I saw all the links! Tantalising. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #63625: Good grid. Easier than it looked, weirdly! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Fred @ #63627: Bit near the knuckle! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63614: A bit too easy for me. Thanks. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63619: I keep my Mary full and fluffy (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63627: I think you need to put the surnames in the answers. Even with the links I couldn't identify all of them. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Mister Tom @ #63627: 2 Jeffreys (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

MASSIVEWILLY @ #63625: WOW 10/10 GENIUS MUST HAVE MADE THIS (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

T. Hanks @ #63618: pish (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63563: OK (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #61491: Nice (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #63557: Nice (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #63570: Fun, topical & unusual ! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

John Mays @ #3594: I really did not enjoy this one. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #53550: @me - Matchbox 20, the band. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

koshatnik @ #63580: Yes, the hero line is inspired. Thanks for the excellent grid :) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10756: Nice one. Thank you for taking the time to prepare it, much appreciated. 👏👍👌 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10731: Hmmm not the best! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10730: Wrestler does not work. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63567: def brillz! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63602: Love an easy one, thanks! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63602: One group was far too easy. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63587: Very easy. Nothing wrong with that! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63597: Good stuff. No crossovers though. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63602: Very good but... You might want to tighten up on the acceptable answers on the countries. 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Angela @ #63597: Brilliant grid. please do some more! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63554: Nice ideas. Would work better if Seisure were a word in English (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Johno @ #63601: Good quiz! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63568: I think you're asking a lot with your "quadripoint" answer, seeing as how they are simply African countries (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63586: What's "OK" about Cupid and Google? Bit weird. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Drew76 @ #63553: Nice, thanks! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Drew76 @ #63559: Gastrointestinal worked for me, mate. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Drew76 @ #63563: Appreciated (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Bob Dole @ #63592: Oh I got it! I like the poppy seed ones (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Bob Dole @ #63592: What is 'shaman hat?' I got the category but couldn't figure that one out. Thanks for the grid! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Bob Dole @ #63588: Bob Dole approves. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #63589: I thought Maria in Metropolis was a real person and the robot imitation was called 'the machine', or something. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63537: The abbreviation "Lab" is just lazy. A rather tame puzzle with no cross-overs (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63564: A trifle simplistic (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Andrew @ #63586: So “God” is incorrect for gods and “biscuits” is incorrect for biscuits, don’t think you have a clue what you’re doing (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #63575: Enjoyed that one (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Andrew @ #63594: A Berry isn’t a fruit, it’s something that grows on trees, very few are actually fruit, also “wood” being a geographical term is a very long stretch. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Andrew @ #63600: Very good quality, accurate explanations, quite tricky (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63596: 😆😆😆🤪🤪🤪 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

BinDipper @ #63524: All going swimmingly until the "Drunk" group crops up. That two step solution - nah. If that's legit, why stop at two? We could end up with a Kevin Bacon wall where everything is connected within 6 steps. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #63597: Nice (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63597: Sunday special. You got me this time with one connection - spotted silky but the b-ll threw me. To be picky it's not the complete name! Thanks, Plod (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Henrietta @ #63580: The "rave" set is a good one! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63580: Great grid. Fun. Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63594: Made me think. Got 10/10 with 32 secs to go! Thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63589: very topical! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63594: Groans 😊 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63594: good fun (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #63580: Lovely grid. All the groups made sense. Thanks. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63587: Nice and easy grid Good red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Drew76 @ #63547: Thought this was really clever, thanks. (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #63560: Tricky - and educational, too. Well done! (1 month, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #361: Worst grid on this site (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #824: What Verr said, but amplified (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

juk @ #63583: weezer is a good band. i like weezer. weezer is a good band (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

weeze @ #63583: too easy.... epic stuff (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #39209: aight imma go make a grid :) GODFARTER FOR LYFE (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #56233: palindrome should be a palidrome :))) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

google @ #56233: puzzgrid best grids easy fun for the family (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #42525: shoutouts from botson (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #42525: boston baked beans :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63569: Cool. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #63549: If you don't know what collective nouns are then don't use the category, Scruffly (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #1708: really good one, but "things hidden in words" will always be the worst idea for a grid >: ) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #32225: I like batman 'v' (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #57761: wanna play the new "IMPOSSIBLE ESCAPE!" LTM? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

markiplier @ #42525: ive had my fair share of boston baked beans (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #36344: big fan of the "roman" demographic (^_^) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #32148: Shanty Towns 4 Life : ) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #23180: meat =) !! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

markiplier @ #2096: your mother (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #2096: markiplier :) of fortune!! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

taco meta @ #2096: meat (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

garymelsht @ #2096: i said it was going to be a good night (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #63566: FIVE STARTS!!! this blew (>. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

godfarter @ #63430: pretty good ! (^_^) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #63565: Gallery.... art gallery (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #63576: Chess isn't an Andrew Loyd Webber musical. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #63559: Why does no one seem to know the word 'synonym' any more ? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #63559: Also known as the gasto-intestinal tract (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63580: Very good. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63579: Nice and easy grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63580: Wild about the Rave row, excellent 😉 You win 10-5 Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Cajun @ #63565: Well done (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #63559: Lovely (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63575: Well done, enjoyable to do TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63576: Nice (except Chess is not ALW) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Phil @ #63568: African nations is not an incorrect answer. Maybe not as specific as your looking for. But it’s technically a correct answer still. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #63573: Great minds .... : ) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63573: I was just looking up the GG's as well, go figure? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

P C Plot @ #63573: EXCELLENT! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ian @ #63539: Great stuff. Not too obscure. Two go's and one Google for me. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63570: The island stumped me so rejected the correct answer. No confetti 🙁 ty (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63566: I liked that (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63557: Loved it! TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63552: yes that was tricky-but good TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63565: Fun :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63548: Tough, but enjoyed :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63563: Good one! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #29504: Yay, got it all right !! I'm 72, grandkids influence ?? Or second childhood ?? Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #32773: Yay, got it all right !! I'm 72, grandkids influence ?? Or second childhood ?? Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #29302: Yay, got it all right !! I'm 72, grandkids influence ?? Or second childhood ?? Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #13724: Wholeheartedly agree pat (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #63046: first (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #63068: yawn x2 + ratio + L (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

muffin @ #63547: massive apologies - all fixed. Thank you! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Rustic @ #63430: No one who speaks German could be an evil man. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kay @ #63547: How is Milan Kundera a wrong answer? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

dollymix @ #63547: You really should accept "Kundera" since he wrote that book. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #63491: OK, but I don't think many people these days have a feel for your so-called traditional wedding anniversary gifts. I mean, wax, what's that about? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #63518: Very nice. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Commish @ #63518: Very good. One of the best I've seen. More please. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Fred @ #63539: (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63535: Nice one, had a chuckle at the Bask row Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #63518: Loved it. Great films! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

magicmolly @ #63521: Kardashian clue incredible (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

DELLSON @ #63541: Very good. Proud of you! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Samar @ #63541: Utter genius portrayed by the makers of this masterpiece. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Nini @ #63521: Charming (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63540: Nice and easy grid (ish) The golf row fooled me, nice one 😁 You win 10-7 Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #49934: Fun grid. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63535: I know! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

P C Plot @ #63535: C'est moi Saint Jean (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #49959: Nice grid (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

P C Plot @ #63535: Basque - risqué - of corset's not you. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63535: I know, its me not you but what is bask? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dan @ #63509: very good (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dan @ #63512: very good (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

George @ #63525: Good one (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Lol @ #63521: “British English slang” tell me you’re American without telling me you’re American (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63524: Three good groups, but the treble abstraction needed for the ballet group makes it impossible (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Deepuk Rai @ #63527: This was a bit hard (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Mike @ #27080: hello (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

André Callot @ #63518: This was very clever. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63518: Very clever. Enjoyable. Thanks :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63518: This is good. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Xander @ #62451: Might be helpful to add DC to the Arrowverse answer, as those are all based on DC comics universe overall. Arrowverse is a small portion of DC and lots of people will guess DC since another category in this puzzle in Marvel. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Mike @ #63517: Seems like nationality would fit just as well as language. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kate! @ #63453: Great grid! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Simon @ #42675: No red herrings - one choice only for each group (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Simon @ #63475: Not easy but a very good grid (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Simon @ #63492: Try and take a little time with your answer descriptions. You don't even accept 'Pronouns' or 'Roads' (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #63466: I like you. If you keep making grids, I will save you a seat in Heaven. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #63477: Lovely concept! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #63509: 👌👌 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

kifko @ #36984: great grid :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63466: Very specific to certain fields, like many of the grids you created today. This one in particular contains an awful lot of items I've never heard of, like most of the peanut and popcorn phrases. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63512: Nice one. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63503: @Hal Ham, I can't see any obvious substitutions, seems unique to me. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63512: Very good, lots of red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hal Jam @ #63503: Not unique. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

bombaymixie @ #63430: Awesome grid mate. 10's all round but still made me think! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Future Doctor Society @ #63503: Only Future doctors can do this puzzle 9/10 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

B1gPu55 @ #63503: Ur garbage give up (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ben @ #63486: Nice grid, the OC category should accept quiz shows though (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63477: Good one, the red herrings are particularly fiendish, never heard of the apollo one, for example, so it didn't seem to fit with the other three. Got them all in the end mainly by a process of elimination. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63503: Nice and simple, couple of red herrings kept it interesting. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63477: Great grid, imaginative and really well put together, well done Spotted the plot but couldn't get any of the rows Got all the answers after the reveal You win 10-4 Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63377: Great grid. Some of my favourite movies in there. Thanks :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63369: Fun and easy. Thanks :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63463: loved this! thanks :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63473: Fun :-) Thanks (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63497: Excellent grid. Lots of red herrings - especially the misleading UK politicians group! Thanks for sharing :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63474: I thought this was a troll until I read the answers. Very clever, Cheers! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #63304: It's ''blu'' ray ( not blue) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63477: Nice grid, which defeated me. I don't get the "1 little pig" one at all (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63486: Great grid. thanks for posting :-) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #63491: Great grid! Fun. Thanks :-) I liked the crossovers. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Gabba @ #63498: (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Fish @ #63473: Great imagination (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Lin @ #6833: Didn't accept relatives :( (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Fish @ #63492: Really imaginative group links (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

SnCold710 @ #63483: Brilliant! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

dangalf @ #63463: Agree with GHJ but otherwise a fun grid! Thanks :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

dangalf @ #63440: This was really fun. Thanks! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #63304: I think it's unfair to say there are no red herrings - I was thinking yellow card from football/rugby, and even tried blackhouse before I found the more obvious black set. Not difficult, but hardly bad! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Mike @ #63482: Answer inputs are too restrictive, in person Victoria could ask you to elaborate, it's not really your fault (PuzzGrid really should let you get a "be more specific prompt" if you get in the right ballpark) but it's frustrating to be on the right lines but not get the answer just because the game wanted something specific, (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

SnCold710 @ #63362: Never knew Mesmerize was an eponym! Great grid. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

malcolm @ #63463: Is a tank a body of water, though? Lake, sea, pool, river are bodies of water. Reservoir and tank are for fluid storage (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63475: Great! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63465: This was so great - thanks! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

JimAndTonic @ #63474: that was really good, seemed like complete nonsense but once they all came together it made sense (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Georgy Forgy @ #63475: The lager group should accept the answer semordnilap as that is the name for something which spells a different word backwards (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

SOFÍA Y RUBÉN @ #63462: very good (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Alvaro @ #63462: (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63473: Thanks : D (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63467: Easy and straightforward TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dan @ #63278: Very nice very easy though! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Daz @ #63475: perfect mix...not too hard, not too easy. Brill! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63473: Hi Plod - love your style. Fab as always! Thankyou (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63473: *Just for fun! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63465: Excellent, great fun. Took me multiple refreshes but I got there in the end. Cheers! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63444: @Atticus - Good spot, I never knew that. @Freddgar - Yes, and also a psychedelic mushroom :) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

DH @ #63465: This is brilliant, but it also hurt my brain. cheers (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #3073: DOUBLE LETTER! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

grungor @ #63465: Fart (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63448: The orthodox church one is just "countries" really, as they are the only 4 countries listed. Needs a red herring or two to differentiate. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63444: @fi The Blue Meanies are a fictional army of fierce though buffoonish music-hating beings and the main antagonists in the surreal 1968 Beatles animated film Yellow Submarine. They allegorically represent all the bad people in the world. Ain't Wiki wonderful 😁 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63463: Quentin spells it wrong, as in "inglourious basterds"! 😄 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

George @ #63452: Good grid but yes some obscure artists (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

George @ #63453: Enjoyable. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

ghj @ #63463: freed should allowed as definition not just they're all synonyms of each other. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

sam @ #63463: other fruits can have pulp, pith, seed and peel, not just orange. "fruit" should have been a correct answer. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63460: Ridiculous. Yes, lots of potential switches, e.g. credit card. debit card, phone (and not all phones are rectangular) and then just randomly picking some 'words ending in r'. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

puzzled @ #63434: Reply to eBarnz: Thanks! I fixed it. Sorry about that. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63453: Doe, a deer a female deer, Re a drop of golden sun, Mi a name I call myself, Fa a long long way to... (sorry couldn't resist). fun grid otherwise! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

fi @ #63444: thought it was green meanies (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

fi @ #63452: never heard of most of final two groups. made it rather tricky to solve. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Francis Keepfer @ #60833: And the wall has frozen... (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63460: Rather broad and random groupings... Lots of possible swaps betw categories. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

eBarnz @ #63434: That group should be "things Americans think about St Patrick's Day". We don't say "ah yes, let me get out my clover for this magical day full of leprechauns". -an Irish person (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Arthana @ #11728: rabbit (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63453: Good grid, but a doe is a female deer (as in the song!) not a baby deer. A baby deer is a fawn (or occasionally calf or kid). I'm not sure what "taking a L" when you lose is... (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63453: Nice one, fairly easy. 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

JR @ #63306: Maybe US presidents could also count as an answer for Carter, Madison, Monroe, and Garfield? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

JR @ #63317: Per google, astronomy is defined as : "the branch of science which deals with celestial objects..." so I feel astronomy should count as an answer (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

susfinder @ #63257: sus found (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

minerboi @ #63280: The minecraft materials apply to tools as well (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #63278: Nice and simple and very well done (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kate Dodd @ #60833: That was ridiculous (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

keane teper @ #28971: i would reccomend adding a dictation task (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

cathy wathy laffy taffy @ #28971: amazing lovin the spice (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Wordsworth @ #63428: afraid i agree with the above comment, and while i know many terms for a toiletry bag or makeup kit, have never heard beauty case! otherwise a nice grid, thank you (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

George @ #63430: Good grid. Just medium enough for me (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #31374: Lovely, thanks. Strictly speaking you could swap C with M, but for such an entertaining grid we'll allow it. 😉 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

victor @ #62878: Its very exiting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Mike @ #63449: I know "words that can add X to the end" is a staple of these grids but so many words end in "ing" that it doesn't seem like a real category to me, especially since all the words in the category also end in "ect", which is more distinctive. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #55769: That capon line is unnecessarily obscure, which was lovely. Exactly what we come here for. Thanks for the lesson. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Andrea Hewitt-Sims @ #60833: Bloody hell Alex - i might need to go in the worry room after that! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63450: *Loved them all! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #63444: Door jamb, not jam (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63442: Far too many possible crossovers to be a unique answer, not helped by the selectively quirky spelling. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

gordob @ #47064: eh (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

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Very Good Very Nice @ #47064: Very Good Very Nice Very Good Very Nice Very Good Very Nice Very Good Very Nice Very Good Very Nice (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Daz @ #63440: easy but very good. Well done! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

datroof @ #63430: "It's not Die, Bart, Die- it's THE Bart. THE!"- Sideshow Bob (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

ann @ #47064: ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🐑🤮🤮🤮🤮 (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63396: This is good. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63432: That's not how you spell "interest". (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #63428: Juice isn't a homophone for Deuce. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #63435: Good grid. Nice varied connections. I think I did well getting 7/10, when I'd literally only heard of one of the things in the Dawn group. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ed Balls @ #63371: Ed Balls (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Billiam @ #63385: Great fun! Really original, just the right level of difficulty. gets a 10/10 from me! (although I only got a 6/10) (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Billiam @ #63430: *nibelUngen (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jules @ #63434: rubbish (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

moose @ #63385: This is one of my favorite grids that I was not able to complete. Well done (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63430: Nice and easy grid Loved the Hard row 😂😂 10s all round Thanks for posting (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

??? @ #43244: yo (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Anon @ #63424: Inappropriate (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Clive @ #63415: Gaz - pumpkin, squash and cucumber were all recently reclassified as vegetables. I'd advise you to do a bit of research before making a fool of yourself next time (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63424: Appropriate user name (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Gaz @ #63415: Pumpkin, Squash and Cucumbers are NOT vegetables (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

hans @ #63380: very clever! Initially baffling, then fun, then run out of time. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

hans @ #63381: A fun grid, thankyou (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

samson @ #63396: Best grid I've ever played here, after playing about 100. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #63379: Excellent! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Timothy @ #63409: amazing (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

lily @ #63402: nice (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Aydah @ #49462: (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #63379: Great! Thanks. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #63380: Lovely stuff. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63373: Good one. I particularly like the song group, which I spotted very quickly. @mal, The Swiss city is called Basel, pronounced very much like Basil (I worked there for 20-odd years), by everyone who lives there, including English and Americans. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #54667: Not difficult but enjoyable. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #38540: Not so good - expecting detailed knowledge of periodic table numbers, scrabble tiles etc all in three minutes is asking a lot (without cheating). (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #1166: Good grid, had to think hard on some bits because of the crimson fish... (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #3712: Never heard of ben folds or jurassic 5, but got there in the end. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #56885: A bit too usa specific but otherwise ok. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #445: Enjoyable traditional style grid. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #38390: Enjoyable grid. Liked the Shakesperean titles line. Not too difficult otherwise (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #63382: OK, but I don't think Holi is a very good fit with the other three there. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63384: Nice TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63380: Fun TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #63386: Three good groups, one ridiculously niche/obscure. I can hardly even begin to understand the answer, something to do with Pokemon? (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Joni @ #63344: Excellent grid. Really liked the computer line. Thank you orchard (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #63342: Good. Fortunately I have lived and worked in London and know the Tube lines, but difficult for anybody who has not. (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63382: Thank you again, Plod, for another of your great missing letters walls! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63382: Here you go, JerseySusanna! (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63375: Liked it TY (1 month, 3 weeks ago)

Anisa @ #63369: Great fun, 10/10 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

eBarnz @ #63373: I second mal's comment about the brassicas. Also if we're being really picky "Savoy" isn't a vegetable. "Savoy cabbage" is. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Fnord @ #61960: Great grid. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Mike @ #63369: Nice theme. good for musical puzzgriders. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

mal @ #63370: Agree with S M Tatton. Also it should be ''laziness'' not lazy, and you need a better synonym than ''desire'' for lust. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

mal @ #63373: Basil doesn't rhyme with Basle in ''english'' ( nor really in American), nor do Sole/Seoul. The 'veg' are all brassicas but that isn't accepted. Nice try but needs some work (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Gaynor Marie Edwards @ #63362: I dont have an Iphone (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

S M TATTON @ #63370: Dwellings not accepted (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

mal @ #63352: It's a spectacleD bear not a spectacle :) (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Billiam @ #63342: Love this! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Billiam @ #63368: dang that doe group was clever (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10589: When I say presidents mistresses I expect it to be correct. When I say actresses- it is also correct. Poor. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63278: Very good! Nice change from the common type! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63361: Good grid. Didn't know the bug info! And I got the Light line by adding -ing to each word! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Billiam @ #63363: I thought i was so clever when i immediately grouped the flights! really liked this one :) (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #63363: Nice mix of clues here! refreshing change from the common style! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63339: I thought this was a genuinely great grid. Vice presidents! - at last a new take on the tedious old chestnut. Fantastic, well done. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

squareeyes @ #63331: 10/10, but I admit, somewhat assisted by the foregoing dialogue (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #63331: Nah, it's the herbs, cunt (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

evilness @ #58332: Learn how to write descriptions noob (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #63352: Nice and fairly easy grid Took a guess at some 10s all round Thanks for posting (Never heard of pizzly, so Googled it after.) Well I never...learn something daily (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Moondog @ #57442: If you didn't get the hobbits, you would never get the hobbits. If you did get them, the exclamation mark wasn't needed. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Bob Dole @ #63317: Bob Dole loves both Captain Planet and Lucky Charms. 12/10. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63339: Enjoyed TY (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Jalim Juliano @ #63321: Lindo! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10572: Another grand grid EL Wisty, thank you 👍 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10568: Lovely grid. I enjoyed doing this. Thank you 👍 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

grungor @ #63331: Spices, cunt (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

RBR45 @ #63339: good grid - some nice red herrings (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #63317: There is no such word as bicep. It is "biceps". (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Malcolm @ #63203: bit mixed up re singular and plural in two groups (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

SnCold710 @ #63312: FI*TE needs to be FI*E, or change the answer to "ni" and fix the other members of the group. Great grid otherwise! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

me @ #63336: The caps make it a little easy to guess without knowing the groups (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

i @ #63225: wow great puzz. board could also work but kinda iffy with un. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

i @ #63225: wow great puzz. board could also work but kinda iffy with un. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

i @ #63225: wow great puzz. board could also work but kinda iffy with un. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

i @ #63225: wow great puzz. board could also work but kinda iffy with un. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

i @ #63225: wow great puzz. board could also work but kinda iffy with un. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

arsenicv fan @ #63336: nice puzz!! best one i ever played!!! wonderufl (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

neilb4god @ #63317: Pedantic, I know, but it's biceps (not bicep) (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #63333: I think you mean Conjunctions rathr than Conjugations (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

hans @ #63304: Enjoyable grid. Thanks for sharing! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Helga @ #39775: Nicely balanced grid (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Ross @ #63304: Well I enjoyed it, thanks. My recommendation to anyone who doesn't is just don't play it and move on to the next one. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61347: That was good (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

TR6 @ #63319: My my what a selection (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63304: I am between the other review comments. It has been done before (and better) but it is a fair and easy puzzle. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63324: No, two. But only one in my ear. Believe that you will believe anything :D (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Horatio @ #63304: Just a really bad grid - there are over 60,00 grids on the site, did it not occur to you that maybe someone (or about 5,000 people) would have devised a rudimentary colour grid with no red herrings? Sorry to be harsh if you are a child or brand new to the site, but really - and Grid of the Day? Pffffhh! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Dave @ #63323: by/bye/buy/bi are homophones not homonyms (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63324: You wear one?? (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63324: I am not Mr picky but.... Vermeer's painting "the girl with..." singular and us really macho men only where one... so there! :D (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #63320: Fluttery glitter stuff ty (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

b @ #63317: Marshmallow types? Captain Planet? Nonsense. Why would anybody know those? (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #63320: No! : ) (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63320: This has reminded me that I am stupid. Thanks! (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63278: This was fun. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #63304: A real puzzle. Very clever. (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Anisa @ #63278: Fab:) 10/10 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)

Paul @ #63318: I assume you mean Kokoda? (2 months ago)

Jennifer @ #63317: Super fun game...I just apparently don't know my lucky charm shapes (2 months ago)

Jesus @ #63312: I enjoyed this puzzle. Good theme, and nice use of the *. I am jesus, so I am right (2 months ago)

ernst blofinger @ #26291: hurt my brain.. out of time.. 8,1,18,4 (2 months ago)

b @ #63206: Nice idea (2 months ago)

b @ #63268: I'm quite happy with big pharma - it is, as Trixie says, common usage for the prescription medicines business. But the skinny group is poor. Skinny love, skinny dog? Where have they come from? So I marked you down. (2 months ago)

b @ #63290: OK (2 months ago)

Gridlington @ #63293: I thought famine, war, death and pestilence were the horsemen. (2 months ago)

G @ #63298: This was enjoyable, thanks! (2 months ago)

Fred @ #62670: No chance (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63293: Famine? (2 months ago)

J @ #63293: 👍🙌 (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #40528: Very satisfying indeed. Thank you. (2 months ago)

David @ #63303: Easy to get the fours but maybe a little fiendish for the "right" connection (2 months ago)

Swordfish7 @ #12434: Humber is NOT a river. It is an estuary. (2 months ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63281: whats a wiltshire innit (2 months ago)

Hamburger @ #63293: Cool. (2 months ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63278: ez (2 months ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63132: free space - oops forgot to take my blindfold off ez ez ez (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #56: I love to learn new things, but 3 obscurities in one grid (shawm, copita, and chimney) is pushing it, even for me. Thanks for the lesson, Miss. 🤗 (2 months ago)

Paul @ #63297: Very satisfying! (2 months ago)

haywood @ #63293: Nice one. T***t hsa only one "r" unlike the orange root vegetable or the talking bird. (2 months ago)

haywood @ #63278: Jesus please forgive this setter, he knoweth not what he dideth (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63297: Naughty, herring strewn. We ty (2 months ago)

Freddgar @ #63292: Very good, took me a while 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63278: No (2 months ago)

Plod @ #63278: Tilly? (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63268: omg, Tilly, I just clicked in to do this and realised - It was mine! So sorry, somehow I started typing T and ended up with Tilly not Trixie. I didn't even realise till now. You must have been on my mind!! : ) sorry (2 months ago)

Paul @ #63278: ^ i thought you would die for our sins.... (2 months ago)

Daz @ #63290: Finally a great wall all around! (2 months ago)

Jesus @ #63278: This grid was so good, I would die for it (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63212: Nice grid. The game of "Rock Paper Scissors Spock Lizard" was invented by a software engineer named Sam Kass, who outlined the rules and hand gestures on his website in 1998. It is used in "The Big Bang Theory" but it isn't 'their version'. I would be nice to have the full titles of the books in the More Info, Thanks - :-D (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63213: Nice Grid - some really good red herrings. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63217: Nice grid. I liked the links and the overlaps. Sit and Down are interchangeable though, so there is more than one possible resolution. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63217: Nice grid. I liked the links and the overlaps. Sit and Down are interchangeable though, so there is more than one possible resolution. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63218: Great grid - nice overlaps (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63230: Lots of fun! Many thanks. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63240: Great grid. Foxed me. Haha - I'm glad I wasn't the only one looking for Hartley Hare links :-D (2 months ago)

Atticus @ #54533: 'Words that contain insects' - but entering 'insects' is incorrect? (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63246: Super grid - many thanks. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63247: Some good overlaps. Agree with the other comments about Graeme and Lore. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63250: Nice grid - some good overlaps. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63256: Good grid. I liked the links. Didn't get the picture link - it was a little broad. Thanks. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63259: I liked this grid. I didn't get one of the links. I don't see distance as a derivative of displacement in anything I've looked up online. Please could you cite a source? Thanks (2 months ago)

Plod @ #63266: stjohn, yes I meant Robinson but wrong description, meant the boxer. Doh! (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63261: Really hard - a lot of overlapping answers. I liked the links. Thanks. (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63268: Loved this grid. I didn't know the terms, skinny dog or skinny love. But the connection came to me from jeans and latte. Every day is a school day. Thanks :-D (2 months ago)

Smitten @ #63281: Great grid - many thanks (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #33876: Wonder why, twice you used my name (2 months ago)

Dominykas Cibulskis @ #40302: Hello madam, yes I left a comment because I realized that you are, indeed, a female AND a gamer (which is extremely rare in today's society). I would like to make a proposal - I am a single, yet highly intelligent gamer (I play games like Europa Universalis IV and puzzgrid). Feel free to respond when you have plenty of time, which I'm sure you don't because you're obviously a very attractive and intelligent female (which I say POggers to) so we can meet up for chips and fish. If we ever do meet up in real life (which I'm hoping for :D) I'll be the one in the kitchen! P.S. I am into furries ;) (2 months ago)

Swordfish7 @ #807: no crossovers, too easy (2 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63257: Couldn't sort the monkeys and airlines. Not your fault! Good grid. (2 months ago)

SnCold710 @ #63258: The Arabic script group did not accept "language" as an answer, just FYI :) (2 months ago)

stjohn @ #63266: c's were tough, did you mean Robertson instead of Robinson? not that it really matters. (2 months ago)

b @ #62441: Didn't like your niche PC-centric market-place. Just too obscure, so I've marked you down. The rest was OK, even if there were similarities between 2 groups. (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63268: I appreciate the compliment using my "handle" - oh, that's right, I don't. Are you scared to use one of your own? (2 months ago)

b @ #62413: That's an OK grid (2 months ago)

Ben @ #27283: I lost my kids to this stupid quiz. (2 months ago)

stjohn @ #33608: @ bert - just for you this has been attended to (2 months ago)

Trillium @ #63257: 👍 (2 months ago)

J @ #63268: Heard of big pharma. Never heard of skinny dog. (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63268: skinny dog is term for greyhound, big harma is what drug/medicine industry is commonly called. (2 months ago)

mattymungbean @ #63268: Skinny Dog ?????? Big Pharma ?????? (2 months ago)

Paul @ #63260: great one! (2 months ago)

bert @ #33608: maybe change the "died this year" to the actual year, now its not "this year" any longer !! (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #54235: The bowel group was killer! (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63260: Nice grid. You misspelled Thief. (2 months ago)

George @ #63260: The spelling of thief (theif) through me out a little (2 months ago)

Malcontent @ #63247: The Law/Lore thing is entirely down to accent, in standard British English, and most regional accents in England, the r isn't sounded - it just modifies the o, as the w modifies the a in law. In American, Irish and Scottish accents the r is sounded. (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #27169: Camper group was brilliant. But... What's India Green? Google only shows things that are both green and India. (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63262: Even with the rather dubious connections it's not a unique solution. Not good. (2 months ago)

Daz @ #63261: if the run one wasnt there this would be a good wall.....bu it was and it was just stoopid (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #55697: Nice concept. Well executed. Thanks. (2 months ago)

Daz @ #63262: waste of my time lol...i dont think they get how this game works.... (2 months ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #63261: Difficult, but brilliant! (2 months ago)

Dave @ #63247: After reading the comments I spent some time trying to say lore and law differently, I failed. Sounds bit picky to me. Well done and thanks! (2 months ago)

Freddgar @ #63257: Nice and easy grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months ago)

ahay @ #63235: Thanks, everyone! (2 months ago)

mal @ #63132: This was a good one. Lots of cross overs and well thought out (2 months ago)

Ben Dover @ #61118: Billy Madison aside, business ethics is not necessarily an oxymoron (2 months ago)

IH8GrumpyOldMen @ #63250: Yes, it’s in Istanbul… (2 months ago)

Avenger @ #10502: I agree with Chris. Not the best. (2 months ago)

Jane @ #63247: Nice grid, but it took me a while to get the garden one because Graeme was spelt incorrectly! (2 months ago)

J @ #63247: Agree with nighteyes. Intrusive r should not be allowed for homophones. Law and lore not pronounced the same unless intrusive r is used. (2 months ago)

Spikethecat @ #63246: Excellent grid, Fun. A couple of good crossovers. Thanks :-) (2 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #63240: Now I know what a pipkin is. (2 months ago)

b @ #63250: Blue Mosque? (2 months ago)

b @ #62729: I'm not into opera, I don't know who Steig is meant to be . . . . no, poor one this, in my opinion (2 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #63247: Law and lore are no more homophones than paw and pore. Look it up. (2 months ago)

eBarnz @ #63150: I would hardly call Valorant an obscure video game at the moment. (2 months ago)

eBarnz @ #63174: I loved the consecutive consonant group! (2 months ago)

eBarnz @ #63220: Most chess sets are made of plastic, and paper/tables are only sometimes made of wood. (2 months ago)

eBarnz @ #63245: Ace Attorney characters might be a little too niche for a general grid, otherwise great job! (2 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63132: Nice and easy. Welll organised. (2 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63235: Loads of red herrings. Took me four tries. Thank you. (2 months ago)

Gridlington @ #63247: Graham Garden is spelt "Graeme" (2 months ago)

Mister Tom @ #63215: Found this very straightforward. Needs red herrings- clues that look like they appear in another group- to be interesting. (2 months ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #63088: Good, but I've not seen lammergeier spelled that way. Perhaps lammergeyer.. (2 months ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #63235: Good one (2 months ago)

eBarnz @ #63235: Really good grid! (2 months ago)

David @ #63220: Wood was not a favourite. (2 months ago)

David @ #63215: Nice to have different palindromes, still happy as I got them all. (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63240: Damn your rotisserie eyes woman :D, it was Hartley fair. Nice one Trixie (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #54471: Nice. The Wright group had me puzzling the longest, as I was thinking physical things Wheelwright, Shipwright, etc. Thanks (2 months ago)

jim @ #63215: Just fine (2 months ago)

jim @ #62692: I like a nice easy one from time to time. Looks to me like some folk have been picky with their comments, and that's not justified. (2 months ago)

jim @ #62822: I'll assume the farm animal is goose, not moose (2 months ago)

jim @ #63096: An OK grid (2 months ago)

Feza @ #54760: Good one but needed wide-range of knowledge. (2 months ago)

Feza @ #54952: Fun, thanks. (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #63235: Oh my. This is great. Those homophones are perfect. Well done, and ty. (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #5795: It amuses me when people complain about the semantics of the answers. If you know you got it right, award yourself the marks and feel good. The website doesn't track our scores! Nice grid. Ty (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #5344: Great fun. So many crossovers! It wasn't until I found my fourth connection (Keith etc), that I was able to work backwards, eliminate the herrings, and solve the groups. Well crafted. Thanks for posting. (2 months ago)

James Finster @ #63235: Great job! (2 months ago)

Wade @ #8923: Nice grid. Should accept en for the latin terms. (2 months ago)

b @ #63070: I don't like characters with a letter changed. I think it's a bit of a cop-out because you can't find anything better to include in your grid. (2 months ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #63202: Great grid! (2 months ago)

b @ #63128: Linking Josephine Baker with Joe Biden is stretching things somewhat. (2 months ago)

swedbank @ #63227: good job m8 (2 months ago)

Hey_Buddy @ #63217: Nice, although *Spoiler below* You could also hold the one group as well! (2 months ago)

Avenger @ #10496: Sort this out - got the connections but all marked incorrect. Not good. They should let you see the reviews before doing these. (2 months ago)

Gridlington @ #63215: I agree with bouldersaur - when I saw "level" I thought "oh please, not more palindromes". But I didn't spot the other ones! I was looking for racecar, rotor, kayak etc! Very good. (2 months ago)

Gridlington @ #63229: Pretty good - you really have to know your music though. I got the "If I were a boy" group by assuming the link was "solo female artistes". I couldn't make the others work. (2 months ago)

Craven @ #54971: Liked it (2 months ago)

woolgathrer @ #63215: Thank you, mal. Corrections made! (2 months ago)

mal @ #63215: Marshall has a single 'l' not double, and you really need to add 'synonyms' to your dictionary! Not a bad stab but needs some work (2 months ago)

Jesus @ #15124: kiss my piss (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63225: 'Alps' is not a place in France - the mountain range spans three more countries (arguably more) which all have more of the Alps within their borders than France. Alsace and Burgundy are huge regions, not places per se, whereas Rocamadour is a just a pretty little tourist village. (2 months ago)

David Poupe @ #63221: You could also put an F before all of them: Flog, Flack, Feat, Farts (2 months ago)

Rustic @ #63058: Great jorb! (2 months ago)

7ovana @ #63206: Basic mathematical operations should be accepted. They aren't functions, they are operations. (2 months ago)

bruh @ #63220: Chess made of wood is kind of a yucky clue. (2 months ago)

7ovana @ #63225: "Board" works just as well as "Pack" for that group. (2 months ago)

Bouldersaur @ #54971: Thank you everyone for the support. I'm so happy you enjoyed the puzzle, I had so much fun making it! ♥ (2 months ago)

Bouldersaur @ #63058: Wonderful job. I loved all the elements you used to make a successful puzzle. Always love puzzles with an overarching theme! You did a great job! (2 months ago)

Bouldersaur @ #63215: I really like how you took a common connection (the palindrome) and provided examples that are not often used. It's usually something I pick up on immediately, but you disguised them so well! (2 months ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63215: 0 is also never odd or even But it can also be positive and negative (2 months ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #63058: Tough puzzgrid (2 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63218: Doable and fun. (2 months ago)

Marmalade @ #63216: I can only think Cornice's panties are easily dislodged. (2 months ago)

Enzed @ #63215: Nice (2 months ago)

Plod @ #63205: Thanks ttocsic (2 months ago)

Cornice @ #63216: Best grid I have done in thirty years, blew my panties off. TRY IT YOU WON'T REGRET IT. (2 months ago)

Spikethecat @ #63215: Really enjoyable grid. Fun and solvable. Thank you :-) (2 months ago)

ttocsic @ #63205: Exodus would be spelled wrong with the blanks as they are, as O and D are next to each other. (2 months ago)

Ant @ #63205: Very enjoyable, thank you (2 months ago)

Plod @ #63205: Sorry godfarter, I beg to differ "Today, more than two million copies of the books are sold each year, making them one of the best-selling series for children ever written, with sales totalling over a hundred million." (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #42898: i HATE the hunger games (\_/) (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #58578: adding letters to end of word is cheap (>. (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #34038: mid grid :oiio: (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #30746: hoyl balls (*0_0) (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #47436: oh my lanta someone else says holy toledo (0_0) (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #42291: bob (2 months ago)

Malcontent @ #63198: Nice ideas. Alresford would be much better than Aldershot, as it works regardless off accent, while I can't think of an accent Aldershot works in (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #46418: heteronyms are too good for puzzgrid, race is banger too (^_^) (2 months ago)

godfarter @ #63205: im sorry, but the famous five aren't as famous as you think :pensive: (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63119: I commented in the duplicate of this grid, Violet is in the French version. Doesn't make it right, but that's presumably why the grid setter put it there. (2 months ago)

Helen @ #63119: Also, violet? I ruled out Cluedo characters cos there were only 3! (2 months ago)

beforan @ #63207: the 2006 film is based on a series of games starting in the 90s ;) nice grid though, thanks! (2 months ago)

barry womble @ #63206: Nice challenge, (2 months ago)

barry womble @ #63195: Fun. (2 months ago)

Toferino @ #63187: The capital of Latvia is actually Riga. (2 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #63203: Help should be Helps. (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63195: Brilliant. Thank you (2 months ago)

Fred @ #55383: Had no idea what was going on! But boy did I enjoy that grid. (2 months ago)

Malcontent @ #63203: Okay ideas, but Adès isn't a homophone of AIDS. It's pronounced Add-ess. (2 months ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63205: Thank you, Plod - love these and easy start to my Sunday! (2 months ago)

Malcontent @ #63187: Interesting ideas, but the grid isn't valid. Having the same item, Portugal, in two different groups just doesn't work. (2 months ago)

Flag Hippo @ #63184: 'The Mummy' should just be 'Mummy' - the others in this group have the 'The' removed. (2 months ago)

Gabba @ #63183: Bournemouth isn’t a city (2 months ago)

Plod @ #63198: Tricky, really enjoyed it ty (2 months ago)

Malcontent @ #63183: Nice, straightforward fun, thanks. (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63195: Super! (2 months ago)

datroof @ #63195: Original and fun. Thanks! (2 months ago)

kondja mia @ #63187: 2x Portugal isn't good. Also, strange that my designation of "Asian" wasn't specific enough. (2 months ago)

kondja mia @ #63196: Very hard but a good grid. Well done. (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63184: Fluttery stuff makes me happy (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63182: Fun (2 months ago)

Fred @ #63183: Extremely enjoyable (2 months ago)

Fred @ #63187: Whaaaaaat!!!! (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63183: Fun thanks. But, Bournemouth, I’m afraid, is merely a town, although it is seeking city status. (2 months ago)

SF7 @ #63183: Nice fun grid - thanks! (2 months ago)

Freddgar @ #63187: The capital of Latvia doesn't start with an L it's Riga (2 months ago)

Freddgar @ #63184: Nice and easy grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months ago)

Paul @ #63160: Excellent! (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63178: Ouch! (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63183: lol : D (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63184: Munichois actually means "from Munich" so doesn't quite fit (2 months ago)

Swordfish7 @ #158: There is no Chris in the Young Ones. (2 months ago)

SMac @ #63006: Things you can break should be allowed. (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63183: Ewan De Vino? :-) (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63183: **Just for a bit of fun! (2 months ago)

datroof @ #63151: "Aw, cram it, Churchy"- Me, and Kirk VanHouten (2 months ago)

Jesus @ #63151: This is your call to repent for your terrible grid (2 months ago)

Jesus @ #63174: The consonant thing was garbage (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63151: I too agree, but ty (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63153: Lol - I was stumped but loved it wd ty (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63154: confetti :-) ty (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63157: Got me 6 should have done better wd ty (2 months ago)

Tilly @ #63178: The good old days? (2 months ago)

haywood @ #63168: Thoughtful grid (2 months ago)

haywood @ #63132: more US presidents and states, yet again, yawn, maybe time to think of something new? (2 months ago)

SnCold710 @ #63168: I really like this one, but the Gretzky one was too much of a stretch I think. (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63168: Lovely. Enjoyed that. Thank you (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63154: Nice n easy fun grid. Thank you (2 months ago)

nitpicker @ #63168: Nice concept! Yes, and please check Hemingway. (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63157: Nice. Thank you (2 months ago)

Kitty @ #63168: Fun theme, TY! (2 months ago)

dollymix @ #63168: Clever quiz! Just check the spelling on Hemingway. (2 months ago)

Bingo Little @ #62948: Clever idea (2 months ago)

Jakob @ #63146: Shouldn’t have mum and mom (2 months ago)

Unknown @ #7: Chelmsford is now a city (2 months ago)

Kitty @ #63161: good but might want to correct the spelling of scarlet (2 months ago)

Hey_Buddy @ #63161: Nice, spoiler below need to put "synonym" for maroon group (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63151: So do I. Nice grid. Thank you (2 months ago)

Ade @ #63143: Not at all sure what that comment was about. Liked the grid though. Thank you Neha (2 months ago)

David @ #63159: keeping in line with other comment I didn't get the body connection (only 4 left) and went wrong on that. Liked it when I saw it and so put high quality but hard. (2 months ago)

sandy @ #63160: two flings (2 months ago)

JerseySusanna @ #63159: Thank you - nice easy one for Friday! Body one good but seemed to jump out at me. (2 months ago)

Trixie @ #63151: Yes I think that is a better word too Brinky (2 months ago)

Brinky @ #63151: Excellent the only one I do not like is Essex which only works if you pronounce it Essix which I know some do. coccyx? (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63150: Really annoying when you throw in references to some obscure video game, and don't even bother to say what it is in the answer description. (2 months ago)

Ace @ #63153: I liked this one. Not _quite_ as simple as it first seemed, took me into the third minute to get them all. Well done. (2 months ago)

Bathfood @ #45401: Lovely. Thanks. (2 months ago)

Freddgar @ #63146: Good grid, nice mix of clues 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months ago)

Jolt @ #63106: Not a unique solution, Bengal and Lion could be swapped: both cats, and both NFL teams. (2 months, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63106: I agree with Daupo (2 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63132: Nice and easy grid, lots of red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 1 week ago)

Pigeon @ #63122: It's all tricks, not playable for me (2 months, 1 week ago)

Person @ #63131: One group is too obscure while another is too basic. Matching words in answers should be less limited/strict. (2 months, 1 week ago)

SkopiCat @ #63131: A nice try but not a Hard one. Gold & Silver are Elements not stones. Ancient could be China or Britain - not always Egypt. The last one, yes they are all countries ...but for a Hard, you need a bit more that links them together. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #63129: Cheers ears! (2 months, 1 week ago)

kyrla @ #54971: this is the best grid of all time (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63123: Utterly defeated me! Please put in the answers as well as the links? (2 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #63127: Enjoyable. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #13152: Fred West as one of the links - bad taste! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #8618: Wheat is incorrect? (2 months, 1 week ago)

honeyhoney @ #63105: (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63124: Nice and simple, apart from the white group, given that two of them are far from common expressions and practically anything physical can be preceded by it. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63118: fun, confetti time (2 months, 1 week ago)

Gaz @ #63119: VIOLET?????? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jim @ #63120: (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63113: All well-used connections, over-used even. Violet is only a cluedo character in the French version, BTW. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63086: This is not quite the worst puzzle I have ever played, but comes very close. What the hell is pro disc golf anyway? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Mike @ #63088: I Think that an anagram should spell another word. This is just a jumble of letters. Good on you for trying. (2 months, 1 week ago)

daupo @ #63084: I solved it, and three of the categories were interesting. The group that contains the Zebra is far too general. (2 months, 1 week ago)

daupo @ #63095: It might be my age, but I thought it was a good puzzle, but not a hard one. But I remember the '70s. (2 months, 1 week ago)

daupo @ #63106: Pretty nice, fair red herrings, I solved it but it took time. I think the correct answer for the tundra, etc. group is too restrictive. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jar Freeman @ #63035: Great Square (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63090: In addition to the problems mentioned by Robert Crawley, the Chow chow is a breed , whereas the others are species. Also I think you mean "can precede" not "can be preceded by" for the sloth / moon etc. row. I have never heard of a "bear sloth" but I have heard of a "sloth bear" (2 months, 1 week ago)

Swordfish7 @ #63075: Nice (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jar Freeman @ #63088: fadge! (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63095: Nice grid, but that's not how you spell Foreigner (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63096: Nice grid, but that's not how you spell Catullus (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jar Freeman @ #63090: FAKE! (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63088: I usually try to avoid spoilers, but there seem to be plenty here already. I like the idea, but a "shield" is not a weapon - it is the opposite of a weapon. That row is armour, not weapons. There is no such bird as a Lammergia. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63096: What a wonderful........ (2 months, 1 week ago)

mal @ #63088: It's a ''lammergeier'' not a ''lammergia'' ( also your category wouldn't accept 'weapon' for 'weapons' and the breakfast foods didn't take either) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #63096: A nice grid with no need for niche knowledge. (2 months, 1 week ago)

BailOrgana @ #63085: I'm not sure I buy "Kentucky" as a method of cooking a chicken. Kentucky Fried, is of course, but that would give the grouping away. Maybe "Popcorn" might be a better choice? (2 months, 1 week ago)

JB @ #63090: Doesn't accept 'bear', 'planet', 'god' or 'china'. So no idea what you've put as the acceptable answers. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Robert Crawley @ #63090: Good groups, but it suffers from two of the groups being almost completely interchangeable. Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus and Saturn can all fit into two of the groups, and there's no way to tell which should be in which, so there's not a unique solution. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rustic @ #63075: Well made. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #29884: Perfect challenge. Lots to think about, but can be worked through, without some obscure knowledge. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Cristobal @ #63029: Nobody mentioned Ridings, RMP! There is a South Yorkshire and a North Yorkshire. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #44630: Perfect fun. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #63088: Fantastically enjoyable grid. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ey @ #63088: Sorry It was goldfinch and lammergia (2 months, 1 week ago)

Will Taylor @ #63088: Fantastic and very enjoyable. Would help if you gave the answers for the anagrams though - no idea what Mmarlegia could be and had to google Foglinchd (2 months, 1 week ago)

Wordsworth @ #63087: Great grid. Spoiler below: Could you allow either "ebook" or "electronic reader" for one of the lines? (2 months, 1 week ago)

ScaptainSky @ #63086: This is worst puzzle I have ever played. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Fly @ #63070: Some of the groups don't take correct answers, such as bring together for the merge group (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63070: Enjoyed this. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63071: Thank you. I bit too straightforward for me. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Susie Dent @ #62748: Yes it's cream or creaming in most places. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #16616: boobies yeah yeah yeah! Glad I invented'em (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #16700: Ya know what everyone likes to do in their spare time? POLITICS! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63067: Wondered what Susan was doing in there, more of a Brylcreem gal myself :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #17153: FUUUUUUUCK (2 months, 1 week ago)

SnCold710 @ #63082: I love mewithoutYou, but that might be a bit too niche for a grid! All of these are a little too specific, actually. (2 months, 1 week ago)

SnCold710 @ #63076: I enjoyed this one. Andrew Bird is a well known musician. He has also acted, notably in the most recent season of the series Fargo! And true, there are many Jacks, but that's part of the puzzle! You have to realize what group you're looking for to think of Sparrow. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #63062: Damn you and damn your popes, too! :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #63058: A grid that is fun instead of arrogant Wikipedia trolling, bless you, my child (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63020: Rated as not great - so not appearing in default search - no comments - removed. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63075: Composers worked for me! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63075: Spot on. Red herrings. Not stupidly obscure! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63064: Rated as poor with no comments - so removed. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63076: One group let's this down. How many Jacks are There? And wbo is Andrew Bird? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen Grant @ #63075: I typed in Composer for last group and it said I was incorrect. (2 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #63070: Could maybe do with a little more crossover. Solved it all within 20 seconds as its a little obvious! Good grid for sure but maybe just needs a bit more challenge. (2 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #63067: Great. (2 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #63045: What a good grid. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #63068: yawn (2 months, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #51579: A bit too obvious (2 months, 1 week ago)

JAM96 @ #62730: Think this is my favourite one I’ve done on here (2 months, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #63065: Straightforward solve TYVM (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rustic @ #63062: Fun puzzle and I learned a new word for the loo (2 months, 1 week ago)

JAM96 @ #63069: Sorry! Don’t know why this uploaded twice (2 months, 1 week ago)

count snackula @ #62982: good grid (2 months, 1 week ago)

JBGrumpy @ #63058: Neat concept. 👍 (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63058: Elementary, my dear Hambone! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63065: berg is a term for a mountain, sometimes used in place names, but not stemming from the same root as burg, which is what I think you're thinking of. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63063: Nice grid. Some good overlaps. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62525: 7/10 Damn. I need to mug up on my Scissor Sisters. Thanks :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

nitpicker @ #63058: nice theme (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62604: Great grid. My lack of knowledge of Eastenders and Salinger stopped me separating out the names, but you can't know everything. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63050: Empty sea, > is commonly used to mean moving to the right. The rest of your comments, yeah, I agree. Tenuous links made worse by errors (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63062: Love this grid. All those papal names, so many red herrings. Please could you give the full names of the boxers in the More info? I didn't know all of them. `Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63052: Another hard one. I liked the metals group - but I think you mean Tina Fey. Hidden tools - Bowie is a type of knife, and there is no link between the others. I think if you're going to hide them, the relationship needs to be more obvious - all garden implements would work: fork, spade, hoe, rake? Hidden Avengers - Ant McPartlin just doesn't work. Finding 'Man' in that is way too hard. There is a film director Antony Mann, who might work better. I liked the 'Bob' group. I think this is a good grid - with a couple of tweaks. IMHO. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63050: A hard one. I am confused by a couple: "M T C" I'm not sure how that signifies the corresponding phrase; "X+X=>" to me reads "ex plus ex equals greater than" I get that 'x' can stand for wrong but I don't see how '>' signifies right. Would "W+W=R or x+x=[unicode character for the tick symbol - if PuzzGrid supports it?] be better? The date you have entered in Roman Numerals is 3888. I assume you meant MDCCCLXXXVIII, and I think you mean to define it as the longest date in the common era SO FAR expressed in Roman numerals? Your longest word doesn't word wrap when the puzzle is loaded so it gets truncated. I would suggest modifying it to include a couple of hyphens and manual returns. I liked the Grid. There were just those few things that made it harder to solve than I think you intended. Thanks :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63054: Good grid. Thanks :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Sean @ #50206: literally would have never gotten the sailboat, wonderful puzzle. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63025: Excellent grid. Thanks :-) Good to have an Aussie actor represented for a change :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #63058: Great grid. Thanks :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Sean @ #50848: The smack row really doesn't make any sense to me. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Sean @ #50846: What is a cabin bag? and what level of stretch do you have to associate the term "club" with Porsche owners? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rick Lock @ #34868: Very nice - really liked the lock line (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #16089: saturday night fever :) (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #368: arcana >:) (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #44405: shrimp posture B[D (good grid) (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #39712: big fan of the coen borhters :) (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #63025: sh*t grid :flushed: :gun: (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #63058: pretty good grid I( liek earthbound :flushed:) (2 months, 1 week ago)

godfarter @ #63054: mid grid (2 months, 1 week ago)

Matt @ #63052: ridiculous (2 months, 1 week ago)

Michael @ #47791: I submitted “demonyms” as the connection for the “nationalities” group and I believe it should be accepted. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63045: Great Grid, some nice crossover answers. Interesting links. Enjoyed it a lot. (2 months, 1 week ago)

ChuckieD @ #50165: What adult thinks it's cool to call themselves "bigz" unless they're a professional weightlifter? Smh. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Anon @ #62921: "Video Game Related" did not match with "Things associated with gaming" (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ronan @ #50165: Well said bigz, ChuckieD got skooled!! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ronan @ #63048: Awesome grid Chuckie. Top bloke!! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63043: Lovely Grid, such nice links. Some good overlaps too. Really enjoyed it. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63042: Haha - how bizarre. We must be psychic twins!. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #63022: What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #63018: I like what you did with the Bob's and Christmas Carol, very nearly tripped me up. Thankfully my Beano knowledge carried me through :-) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rustic @ #63025: Intended that above praise for #62982, but this one is also quite nice. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rustic @ #63025: Deserving of "grid of the week" status - very high quality and nice overlapping of categories. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Nikki @ #63024: Two of the images aren't displaying correctly. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #63016: Lovely grid. Spurred me to listen to Justin Hayward again. Such a wonderful voice. Thank you (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63040: The can was canny, the money was funny, but the saints? Pick a name, any name, and you'll find a saint among the 10000+ the RC church lists. Try making it just patron saints of countries or activities or something. (2 months, 1 week ago)

squareeyes @ #63042: This is so weird, I've just submitted a Rat Pack one too, completely different themes, same inspiration! (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #63029: Yorkshire doesn't really fit in its group. No South Riding, and modern Yorkshire is in 4 parts not 2. (2 months, 1 week ago)

jellytv @ #61813: nice and simple (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63022: There are no randy nuns, the Castle Anthrax occupants make no such claim. (2 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #63035: Really nice if not over hard puzzle, thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #63039: Nice and easy TY. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63035: Easy confetti, I asked my grandad who those people were not (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63039: Great grid. some nice red herrings. I love the links. Simple yet challenging. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63035: Nice Grid, Good overlapping answers. The music was just my era. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63038: 1/10 I found this very hard. Three groups that are "precedes / follows a word type", and one group where you have to change a letter in each word to make the link, made it too difficult for my brain to know where to start. Fiendish. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63029: Great Grid, some good overlapping answers. Missed one link. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63038: Not bad, but the country/person one was way over-complicated, I got it without the letter thing and thankfully 'person' was allowed. (2 months, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #63036: I think it should be "muu", assuming you're thinking of the garment. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63027: Excellent, some very well set red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #63014: Very happy, fun for me : D (2 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #63004: @ pedant, I think paraffin covers taper? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #63006: Thank you. Nice and asy but i wasntvallowwd "things to break" Seems harsh. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jules @ #62970: That was beautiful, I quite loved that (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62957: Awesome Grid, great overlaps. nearly lost the last two, so many Beatles songs about first ladies :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

lj @ #63024: two of the emoji didn't load for me, but the idea is cool (2 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #63006: nice, but should take "break" (2 months, 1 week ago)

marmalde @ #63028: great quiz! lovely my grandkids enjoyed it very much. please do more. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Karen @ #63028: Good Quiz I Enjoyed Thoroughly (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63022: I didn't do very well, but I love this grid, if only for teaching me about Mike the headless chicken. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63021: 0/10 :-( This grid is just 16 first names with no context. Where would one start? (2 months, 1 week ago)

squareeyes @ #63010: Ace, are you quite sure of your facts here? I am pretty certain I've read a Peter Wimsey story where they drink "Grand Imperial Tokay." (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63018: Lovely Grid. Some great overlapping answers. Really enjoyed it. Just to note, the Dickens' character is spelt Fezziwig. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63017: Nice Grid. I didn't know enough to get the two groups or links associated with American sport. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62998: I did my best and managed to get two groups and three links. Lack of REM knowledge stymied me. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63015: Great grid. I loved the overlapping answers. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63014: 5/10. Got one group and the links after it resolved, but didn't know enough of the films group them in the time. Challenging. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63010: Hard! I failed utterly. I loved the towns group. I think I just need better general knowledge for the others. Fiendish. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63006: Great grid, I only failed on the final link, I don't know the works of that author. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63016: @Ace - thanks for the feedback. I've added 'cardinal' and 'direction' to the linking terms. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63006: Nearly fell for your herring wd ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63018: I should have got it [twice] but did not. ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63002: got me with one line, every day a learning day. ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #63018: Nice and easy grid, looked at first to be lots of red herrings. Nicely done. 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63003: nice and straight forward ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63005: nice ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63015: Enjoyed the confetti ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63016: Nicely done and straight forward ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63014: Only 4/10. Spotted all the connections early on but each group had one that I'd never heard of. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63016: Too clever for me. Some of the clues are expressions or people? (or film, per google) I've never heard of, especially the seasons. Oh, and the compass one could a) be more precise if you specified Cardinal points and b) allow "direction" as a valid answer as well. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63016: @SF7 Wow! Many thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #63016: Probably my proudest 10 I've ever gotten on this website! Great grid, nicely done (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63015: Quite simple, but with enough overlapping options that it took a while to work them all out. (2 months, 1 week ago)

pedant @ #63004: could you swap paper for taper perhaps? (2 months, 1 week ago)

pedant @ #63010: Tokay or Tokaji is a sweet Hungarian wine made from the Furmint grape. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63014: It's a bit tough (2 months, 1 week ago)

me @ #10172: Pretty good simpler one. (2 months, 1 week ago)

me @ #29074: One of the better ones - had to really think about the red herrings. (2 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #62973: The Restaurant line is fabulous and the kind of thing we need a lot more of on PuzzGrid (instead of just synonyms and "all can be followed by word X"). (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63009: Two decent groups, two not so good, the symbols and particularly the chimney one. Too obscure/niche. But thanks for posting. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Rustic @ #63006: Nicely set (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #63010: Tokay is a grape variety, not a drink. Other groups are rather contrived and/or obscure, apart from the towns. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Trixie @ #63004: Thanks Smitten, did you notice your name is (sort-of) in there? : D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Helga @ #32447: Nice one (2 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #63001: Just happy people are giving it a go! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Movie Buff @ #63000: Solved the wall pretty quickly but got 2 answers wrong, so 6 for me this time ty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #63001: I only recognised eight of the names lol (2 months, 1 week ago)

Movie Buff @ #63001: In the end happy to get 2/10 (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62407: Nice concept. I got two groups and all the connections. I just didn't know enough of the names to make the final two groups correctly. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62427: @ Fred - The scarlet red jackets fox hunters wear are known as 'hunting pinks' not because of the colour but because of a tailor named Pinks who were considered the best maker. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62430: Haha - I actually managed to get one line on my second set of clicks! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62432: Great Grid - some fiendish red herrings. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62578: Very hard. I agree with Ace, some of these are just too obscure. I think the numbers groups could work if you changed "Tutu" to "As well or overly much" meaning 'too' which would give you: too, fore, ate, nein. I liked the professions group. I found the male name group very confusing - one of your explanations seems to not even relate to any of the answers "Dan- level or writer" I like the letter group concept, but perhaps the clues could be easier: "The English drink" for T(ea) maybe, "Old Flame or Roman 10" for (e)X, "A sting in the tail" for B(ee), "Form an orderly one" for Q(ueue) I hope this doesn't sound too meddlesome. Just my thoughts. I liked the concept. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #62999: Loved it! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62687: Awesome Grid - I love the overlapping answers and the links between links. Many thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62729: Nice Grid - I got all the groups and three of the links. Failed on opera. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63004: Oo - I LOVED this grid. Some really brilliant overlaps and great links. Many thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62999: Sneaky, but the time group is a bit weak; only one of them is inherently a measure of time. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62845: Loved this grid. Good red herrings. I got all the groups, but the written communication group foxed me. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62987: Nice Grid. Loved seeing "The Crystal Maze" referenced. Some nice red herrings too. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62991: Fun Grid - I liked the overlaps. I was able to get them all and the links and enjoy my confetti. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #63000: That was hard! I only managed two groups and two links. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62994: Great Grid, the overlapping answers had me foxed. I only managed one group and two links. Challenging. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Not Important @ #62963: you are a real genius for the red herring group. :) (2 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #63001: **Fiendish - only for the dedicated!! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Trixie @ #62974: Tilly, just tuck it away for a couple of weeks and then resurrect it. I'm sure you will do a better job! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bob Dole @ #62982: one of your best! Bob Dole approves. (2 months, 1 week ago)

mal @ #62991: Quite easy but nice, some good cross overs (2 months, 1 week ago)

Avenger @ #10276: if is not american state capitals its american public holidays. T D US Boring (2 months, 1 week ago)

Omegaman @ #62990: McEwen is wrongly spelt in the grid. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62995: Good Grid, some nice overlapping answers. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62996: Wow, that was a tough one. I only got one group and link. Need to mug up on Latin and National Flags. Thanks for the challenge. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62993: Thanks Ace, I’ve corrected it. (2 months, 1 week ago)

dangalf @ #62992: Nice! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ant @ #62982: Nice grid, thank you (2 months, 1 week ago)

Cuffers @ #51755: Haha, this was the tits! (2 months, 1 week ago)

samson @ #62980: They are all purely visual substitutions. No consistency involved (or needed). The use of upper and lower case letters (at random) is solely a means to further obscure the words, so that they are not so obvious. Thanks for doing my grid! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62992: Great grid, some nice overlaps. I missed the playing field connection, so only got 7/10. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62993: Nice grid. You've mixed up your answers and left James in the DJ group instead of Grimshaw. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62986: Video game characters are not "famous", and your noble gas group is just unbelievably contrived, a step too far. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62990: Nice and simple, no red herrings, easy confetti. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Sarahs @ #62971: We loved these grids - very entertaining, but this one was just too obscure for us. There seems to be a problem with grid 62972 - it wouldn't let us complete the connections so we couldn't rate it, but it would have been 5 stars again. Would have loved to have seen the answers to the ones we didn't get. Thank you for the fun (2 months, 1 week ago)

nighttime @ #62861: Unite? (2 months, 1 week ago)

nighttime @ #62948: Basically everything is a red herring, very clever! Forties group connection maybe better simply as shipping forecast areas ,,, (2 months, 1 week ago)

46168000836734 @ #62961: (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62976: I'm a farmer, so Bluetongue is well know to me. But after a bit of feedback, I have changed the grid to include a term that is more common in everyday life. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62975: I'm a farmer, so Bluetongue is well know to me. But after a bit of feedback, I have changed the grid to include a term that is more common in everyday life. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #62974: Smashing grid, shame it has been marked down, cannot understand why. I will now scrap the one I have been compiling which was pretty much the same. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

datroof @ #62982: One of your best. Enjoyed it! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #19437: This is the worst grid in existence, and I just did one with some dumbass puzzgrid animal garbage (2 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #19550: The puzzgrid animal one was garbage. Some people have never submitted a puzzle. Next time, try something Harry Potter (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62982: Great Grid, took some solving. Love the overlapping answers. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #30596: Fun Grid - I liked the overlapping answers. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #62976: It's not bad - couple of changes I'd suggest... 1. To accept something like 'phrase' for the Churchill speech as its much more commonly known as a phrase and would be a very obscure linking term to come up with Churchill speech. The other is bluetongue (to my knowledge) is an obscure disease only found in animals and really only known in South Africa. Just a little too obscure for me. Happy to be corrected of course. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62980: Maybe I'm too old, but I don't understand the substitution of capitals and numbers for certain letters, and that is not explained anywhere in the More info. Also your alternative alphabet in not applied consistently. For example: 1 represents 'l' in p001, but 'i' Raf1q and Hab1b. 0pibn1 includes 1 representing an 'i' but also includes an ''i'. This made it very difficult to decipher the different words. Maybe it just needs some tweaking. :-D (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62838: Brilliant Grid, so much fun to solve. Great job. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62970: Great Grid - as a Brit I didn't know the football sketch link - but I got the group. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62744: Brilliant. 10/10 for both is us. Thank you Raven (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62964: Properly good grid. Thank you Kitty (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62744: Great grid - the 'last word' group beat me. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62782: Great overlaps. A really fun grid to do. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62960: Totally foxed me! I only got two of the links. Great grid. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

squareeyes @ #61228: dix out of dix pour moi! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62975: Thanks for your feedback @Ragman and @Freddgar, I have corrected the misspelling. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62976: Thanks for your feedback @Ace, I have corrected the misspelling and changed the the words category to include a connection as you suggested. I hope this makes for a better grid. (2 months, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #62970: I thought that group might be too obscure, but a) it's reasonably well known in the US, and I'm guessing that's their most famous sketch, b) I've seen groups from Monty Python sketches so there's some precedent, and c) the names are silly enough that I figure people can probably lump them together even if they don't know the connection. Fair enough on Lou Reed - I was trying to keep it to solo artists but had trouble coming up with a non-obscure one. I switched him out for Marc Bolan. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Helen @ #61228: Shouldn’t be with English grids! Although I solved it, and knew why, none of my answers were accepted. (2 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #62974: The "link" for the "guinan" row makes no sense. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #62802: Fabulous fun. Thanks (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #62960: Well constructed wall. Nicely judged. I liked the "level" reference. Haven't thought of them in years! And the hammer line was clever, too. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #62964: Nice. Thank you. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #62838: Nice concept. Well executed. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #55509: Kentucky line was very good. Thanks. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62975: @ragman, I wondered that too. Googled it, I think it's a typo for tongue. There is a condition known as bluetongue. Bluetongue is an insect-borne viral disease to which all species of ruminants are susceptible, although sheep are most severely affected. It does not affect humans (phew) (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ragman @ #62975: What's a Bluetounge / Blue tounge? ?? (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62976: Nice effort, but needs some work. Missing/extra letters are all very well, but they work better if there is some connection between the resulting words. Oh, and it spelled "Tongue" by the way. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #16470: Excellent. Red herrings between the groups and a huge red herring of a spare group. Thanks for the tasty challenge! (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ms Slink @ #62949: "round" is a property of a shape, not a shape itself. If I was to describe something as simply round with no other context, you wouldn't know if it was a flat circle, or an oval, or even a sphere. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Fred @ #62950: ditto fruit comment (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62974: Love the concept. I think your link explanations need correcting. I assume one of the links is Texas, but this isn't shown in More info. Also, is 'Kentucky Fried' a phrase on its own? I only know Kentucky Fried Chicken. Would Fried chicken be a better grid entry? Thanks for the puzzle. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62976: My apologies - I have submitted the same grid twice in error. I'm new to the site. Please forgive my error. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62848: Nice. Thank you Abraxas (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62861: Nice n easy thank you charles (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62848: Great grid, love the overlapping answers. I think your bear group is fine. You say the link is "can be followed by" and Koala's are commonly referred to as Koala Bears - even though they aren't bears. Thanks for a fun puzzle. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Smitten @ #62861: Great Grid with some good overlapping answers. I got two links and two categories. It was a lot harder than I thought. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62970: Oh, and being slightly pedantic, Reed was not Glam. Didn't matter for the answers, but still... (2 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62970: Would have been good, but the one group based around characters from a particular sketch from a particular comedy show that loads of people won't have heard of lets it down badly. (2 months, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #62949: Kicking goals here Tilly! The format is a winner. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62964: I like a bit of rhyming slang! TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10267: Very good grid. Not easy by any means and some good overlaps and combinations. Thank you 👍 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62949: Thanks all for the feedback, happy there was a general consensus of approval. @John - thanks for yours, I have changed it - and @mal, I considered what you said and am happy to leave those as they are (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

ScaptainSky @ #62968: This puzzle should not have been made (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62967: It's Lewis Hamilton (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #62949: The 'geometric shape' category doesn't quite work ( unsquare? And one round throwing it off?) , and Swayze's Wheat would be ''Sam'' rather than ''Ghost''. Good concept and interesting but could do with some tweaks (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62874: Really liked this grid. I definitely wasted time looking for the fourth 'Basil' so great red herrings. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62892: Great Grid. Loved the overlapping answers. I had never heard of Sun Bears or Sloth bears - so I learnt something new from this puzzle. Thank you. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62896: Great Grid, Some nice answers that cross categories. I was looking for a link beyond just towns. I was thinking are they all associated with food? Sometimes it is just a simple link. The words with moved initial letters totally fooled me. I thought they were places in a fantasy realm. :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

BetteGridler @ #62915: Thanks Mr Hanks I've changed it! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62900: Good Grid, some nice overlapping answers. I don't agree that 'Golden' or 'Scarce' are synonyms of unusual. I can't find any dictionary definition that supports the use of either word in that way. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ryan @ #62921: "Associated with gaming" is a bit tenuous. I said "tech companies" (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #62926: I liked this good work (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ryan @ #62957: Excellent grid. Recognized the Beatles songs thanks to Sadie but didn't know the final one (Michelle) however, and I got unlucky with some guesses, so I ended up with 7/10. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62915: Great and fun film grid. I loved the link between the links. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62943: Good Grid, I scored zero though. Couldn't get my brain to tap into the links. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62948: Good Grid, I didn't get all the groups or connections because I was anticipating they would all be Shipping Forecast related. But your links were great. This was hard - in a good way. :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ade @ #62863: Liked the Trouble group though. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62959: Fun and uncomplicated, a quick solve TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62949: Great Grid, I got two categories and three connections after it resolved. I love the format. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62958: Looks like you've deliberately thrown one clue into each group to try and throw everyone off. Spain in the sauce group is perhaps the worst, as all the others use the names as you've written them. Annoying. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helen @ #62940: Hannah doesn’t have a female forename: it IS a female forename. What name is in education? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62950: Good grid. some nice overlapping answers. I never get the Mario groups, but that's because I'm not a gamer. I entered fruit as the link work for the "Types of Fruits" group and got incorrect. Maybe add 'fruit' singular to the link category as well as 'fruits' pural. Just a suggestion. :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

John @ #62949: Nice but one error - Willow in Buffy's surname is Rosenberg so that clue is a bit misleading (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62957: Good, trad grid, lots of red herrings (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helen @ #62863: I concur. Fetal? French verbs? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #55253: Good fun (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #55672: Neat ! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #62949: Really fun (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62948: very clever, wd, ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62949: Another good'un! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62949: Loved this! Made me think. Fun. Thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62925: brilliant fun, bravo for something original, tip press play on multiple squares at the same time, it's hysterical. Go on play it brighten up your day I urge you. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62948: Too many red herrings and obscure connections to make this fun :-( (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

DH @ #62838: Great grid (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62925: The singing is hilarious! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lab Notebook @ #37773: These categories are chicanery. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62827: Delighted to get 10/10 on this one! Great grid. Thanks. :-) I knew two, worked one out and guessed the other one :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

ernst blofinger @ #62828: well thought through.. did for me... (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #60736: Shirt as a dress style? Bit weak. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62036: A bit backwards really. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #61837: Slightly imperfect. Three x Charlie, but the other is Charlie's. And the colour is grey. Room for improvement, huh? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Chris @ #62926: Copperhead is a type of venomous snake prevalent in the southern US. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62304: Good one. The K bit got me. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62926: Pleased with myself. But not sure what Copper Head is. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62838: Getting more creative grids! Good one. I could have bet my house it was Soylent Blue. Lol. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #21013: The 5 letter category was so bad that I am actually adding it as the 8th sin (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

faneto @ #44800: Didn't know which lines any of the stations were on so the last line was pure luck (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ade @ #62915: Good grid. Enjoyed it a lot.Thank you Bette. Ace - there’s a certain search engine called “Google”. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62907: Mystery group is a mystery to me. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62778: A Goodc Tussle to complete. Disappointed with 'ducks' grouping.. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62915: Very enjoyable. Good red herrings. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #28186: Good one TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

T. Hanks @ #62915: Should be 'Renaissance with the one red shoe' Like the set up. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

troemyd @ #62927: Krypton only appears in periodic tables in DC comics. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #32332: Good fun (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Chris McLean @ #62910: I like it, surely the multiple answers is part of the point of these grids? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Puzzgrid Admin @ #62906: Very nice! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ur mom @ #46232: It was bad (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62889: OK. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62915: Just fine (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #62911: Brilliant as he is, Mark Felix has never actually won the WSM competition. Great choice of category, though! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

mo @ #41311: This was great 10/10 I love rain man + the tiger that came to tea (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62887: Fun approach - I enjoyed solving it. Can't believe I typed Lemon in the link box. Word blind, obviously. I had to settle for 7/10. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62889: Great grid - loved the overlapping answers. Missed the hidden birds, but happy with 7/10. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62895: Good one. Liked the backwards numbers line. The rest were easy. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62895: Good one. Liked to backwards numbers line. The rest were easy. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lindybeige @ #51755: This was one big category. Excellent. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lindybeige @ #62878: I typed in four correct words for the categories, and got no marks for this. You really need to list more words to make this one work. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10225: Dodgy connections. Law enforcement is not the same as national security agencies so that did not work. I agree with Bob on the SWAT issue. Thanks for trying though. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10220: Did not enjoy this grid. Thanks for trying. Better luck next time. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

WVPuzzler @ #62851: D, in NATO phonetic, Juliett has two 't's. Good grid, got my confetti. I think most setters have used a variant of the Evan group, so I spotted it quickly. Thanks! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

D @ #62851: Why aren't Romeo and Juliet interchangeable here? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62920: Some good categories and overlapping answers. Personally I don't think moving from East to West and turning left or changing to drive on the left are synonymous. So I don't think there is a clear common link between items in that category. I would propose changing two of the answers so that all items in that category concern East to West migration. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62920: Extra points for the Feivel Goes West reference 🐀 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62895: Damn, so obvious when you solve the grid but sadly I failed and got stuck on the loo! 🚽 "Ig" must have given me brain freeze ❄️ (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62910: I agree with Ace - some of your answers are interchangeable between categories. Russell Square and Bethnal Green could each go in the forenames category or the double letter category. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #54971: Loved this - the homonym link between the links was a really great touch. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #10186: Great grid. I nearly didn't get the last two categories in the three guesses until I saw the Carry On movies link. @Avenger The Village People line up was Ray Simpson (the policeman), Randy Jones (the cowboy), David Hodo (the construction worker), Felipe Rose (the Native American), Glenn Hughes (the leatherman) and Alex Briley (the soldier). Maybe do a simple google search and check the first result before being insulting. Just a suggestion. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62869: So impressed how you managed to get a Star Trek actor surname into each of the other categories. Great grid (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #2655: Loved the grid, nice lot of answers that span multiple links. And Bananarama's greatest hits. What's not to love. :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62915: Quick and easy TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62895: I thinkc' teetb' should be acceptable. Nice straightfworwd grid. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62915: Not bad. Managed to get there with seconds to spare, but was disappointed not to get full explanations for the answers, given that I guessed at five or six of them from just one half of the clue. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Leann @ #54971: This is definitely my favorite so far. Very well thought out! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62910: Not a unique solution. There are at least two compass point clues that could also go in first names, one of the colours could swap with one of the names, another name with ha compass point, etc. etc. Must be hundreds, at least, of possible solutions. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Nigel @ #62873: This one needs a correction to allow ‘pot’. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62873: Enjoyed this - got all the groups, only the pots link foxed me. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Nigel @ #62869: The phonetic alphabet set also work by making a new word in each case by adding the letter ‘P’. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62863: I agree with the other comments. "One letter away from" is a poor link, especially as three words require you to change a letter and one requires you to add a letter. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62218: Very hard. Only got one link after it resolved. Links all make sense though. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62203: Great grid - the final two categories foxed me. I did get all the links when it resolved. Some nice overlapping answers. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62197: Wow - that was hard. I didn't get any categories, but I did get all the links after it resolved. Yes I also loved the 'Red Beckham' and spent a few minutes looking everywhere for Brooklyn. :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62194: I have to agree with Rich. Africa isn't a country. I think another film with a country in the title would work better. for example A Passage to (India) - 1984, or (China)-Town 1974. Just a thought. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62175: Wow - that was tough! I didn't get any groups or links. All made sense when I reviewed it at the end though. Very challenging. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62174: Great grid - I enjoyed solving it and I got all the links. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62173: Great grid - didn't get the kings - some good answers that fit more than one category so kept me guessing. @malcom Dwarves was coined by Tolkien and is used in his writings. The film is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. So I think dwarfs is the correct plural form for the link in that category. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62171: A good grid - I didn't get the link on the last category and I agree with other comments that LACE is not a synonym for rope. I would suggest substituting a word that contains CORD. "Record" for example, which might also act as a 'red herring' along side CD and DVD. Just a suggestion. :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62162: Challenging grid - I only got two categories and links - The Ingmar Bergman and foreign Oscar winners foxed me. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62159: Great grid - some good overlapping answers kept me guessing. Managed to get them all and the links - so I'm happy :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62159: Just read the other comments. Agree Simon Reeve is a bit misleading. Maybe you could swap in Christopher? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62906: Some of the group links are a little tenuous, "things related to" and you need to add shorter, simpler terms to your answers, like "shop" and (correctly-spelled) environment. And what is "poulluting" supposed to mean? I assumed it was a misspelling/typo, but you've got the correct spelling there as well, so what gives? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62159: Great grid - some good overlapping answers kept me guessing. Managed to get them all and the links - so I'm happy :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62157: Great grid - foxed me. I knew the Transporting actors and the baby animals - the other two - not a clue :-D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Smitten @ #62154: Great grid - I didn't know Tyler the Creator so that on stumped me. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62907: "Words relating to adjectives"...?! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62861: I don't think a "unite" was ever a British currency. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62863: Yes, the fetal group idea isn't really in keeping, plus it's not, in itself, a real word outside of the US, most of the rest of the English-speaking world still retaining it's correct spelling of foetal. But TBH I think the grouping of a random group of French words was even worse than that. Obvious, in the context of the rest of the grid, but there's no link between them apart from being French. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62866: Nice idea, could be even better if you made the capitalisation more consistent. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

huw @ #62893: What's WLLS??? I'm an idiot. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62897: Made much easier by four clues being names, got all the groups without initially knowing all the connections. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62745: Good grid. Thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

nighttime @ #62889: Hen is not a type of bird but the female of any type of bird. And also of a lobster. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62863: Not sure I can support the idea of "one letter away from . . . . " (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62238: BTW Mystic Pizza is 1988, not 1998 Got it confused with Mystic River which is 2003. Oh well! Thanks for posting. :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62376: Liked this a lot. Thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62848: Fun grid. Thanks :-) BTW, koalas aren't bears, they are marsupials (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62892: Fun grid. Easy. Thanks BTW, it's spelled "Phoenix" (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tyvent @ #62896: Hi, Spike. That's interesting . . . It's certainly true that trips > strip are anagrams. If hutec, onkh, and orrorsh were words (I double checked wiktionary, and they're not in there), clearly "anagram" would apply to the whole group. I would argue that anagram doesn't work, but there's an argument to be made that it would, so I'll be generous and add it. It's just points, after all :) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62838: Fun grid - thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62854: Fun... thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62900: Good grid. Fresh. Thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62896: Hi Tyvent - please accept "anagrams" as an answer. Otherwise, fun grid. Thanks. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62868: Fun - thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62869: Very clever (NATO line). Enjoyable - thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #62889: Enjoyable grid thanks :-) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62887: no comment [confetti] (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62887: Ha! Like it! Seemed opaque at first then cracked open. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tyvent @ #62896: Thanks for the tip. Corrected. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62896: "Jouneys" is a typo I think (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lawrie Smith @ #62892: Didn't accept bear. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62895: Nice and easy grid, got it all in 20secs 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Fred @ #62863: one letter away from fetal??????? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62866: Different, but fun to do Failed on the Boy row 🤔 You win 10 - 7 Thanks for posting (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62889: Nice and easy one 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62872: Very good, no idea on the Kafka row. You win 10-7. Thanks for posting. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62873: Loved this one, well put together. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62878: Very straightforward - you need to do some more work on your allowed answers and the group descriptions, e.g. Mom and Dad, who are not children in the family context. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

datroof @ #62858: No. Geniuster. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62780: Who's Neil Gaiman. Can hardly be classified as famous if I've never heard of him. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Flumbo @ #62858: I'd say fraud is a type of crime rather than a type of criminal no? Fraudster wouls be more apt. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #2655: Nice. Well crafted. I enjoyed the duck line particularly. Thank you. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62873: Enzed when you know you are right just take the point. It was a pattern for all group answers to end in s (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62872: nice. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62879: Simple. Nice theme. Enjoyed "Beret". 5 stars. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62869: Genuinely outstanding grid. Nato line was really clever. Tremendous. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62858: (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62858: brilliantly disguised. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62859: Yes, I've updated the description to include 1950s. No, it was the Hawker Hunter - like most of them the manufacturer's name may be added if desired but isn't always used. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #62873: I should have got 10 but doesn't accept the snooker term group in the singular. Worth including both with and without the S in the future (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62869: Nice mix ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10186: So when does Indigenous People not work (when you say Indigenous Peoples)? Numb nut. Wrong - Village People did not have a soldier character - the one you called a soldier was a construction worker. Total tosh Katz ... should be Dogz 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

IH8GrumpyOldMen @ #62859: I think you’ll find the Hunter was introduced in the late ‘40s and ‘50s, not the ‘60s actually. Oh, and it’s called the Hunter-Hawker. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mickle @ #62778: Can't be having navy as a color for me. It's navy blue. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jamie @ #62730: Not a fan of your Stendahl comments. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lindybeige @ #62852: Concur. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Person @ #62852: Agree with previous comments (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #62853: Very good thanks (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

datroof @ #62852: Appreciate the Discworld group, but "crash synonyms"? Not to me. Onomatopeia. Maybe. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62854: Great fun, thank you! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62852: Fun to solve. The noise word group definition is far too narrow and not even correct. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62854: Easter treat Tilly! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62854: confetti (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62856: bah humbug! lol. must get around to reading the nell story sometine. ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62841: @Tilly, wasn't sure where to be'gin', thanks for the sup'port' ; D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Fred @ #24495: Very enjoyable! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62856: Nice civilised grid. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62853: Very good, spotted the plot early, but ran out of time. You win 10-5 Thanks for posting. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Chris @ #62853: V. good. Happy E to you too. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62779: Quite good until the random American sports team group, which totally spoiled it.. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

not a weeb @ #57161: have to be a weeb to pass (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #62845: Not bad, but 'note' and 'letter' are a bit too similar. Switching one out would much improve it (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62833: OK, but I don't know Sesame Street (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

David @ #62843: Liked it, fell for the Katniss connection even though it didn't seem right so another 7 here. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62843: Good grid, didn't have a clue on the Katniss row. Got the rest OK, but didn't know about glaring or bob , lucky guess. You win 10 - 7. Thanks for posting. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62845: Straightforward fun, TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

squareeyes @ #62730: JonBob - but you have the same Postman Pat? Gosh (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62846: Jazz group is inconsistent, one of them already has one Z, and TBH the other three are pretty tenuous. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #62842: 6 for me 5* for you, . got them but not in time. ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #19504: Nice one (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #19511: Enjoyable grid, ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62838: Happiness is.😊........ quiz of the day! My first in absolutely yonks, TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62841: got me 6/10, got lost looking to get into the 'spirit' of the puzzle, what a rum 'un. ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62832: Quite good. Completely missed the red herring for the smelting group - only saw they were all participles of verbs, which still worked as as unique group/connection. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62812: This was OK. 10/10 scored, so I ought to be happy. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #62838: Very good. Enjoyed getting 10/10 on this one. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62830: Excellent. I couldn't do it. Good ideas, fake groups etc, and no swaps (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62813: Terrible. One of the most niche/obscure grids I've seen for a long time. The answers barely give even a clue as to what the clues mean. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

cubelover69 @ #61628: cringe (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62838: Excellent, quality grid, nice change 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

cubelover69 @ #37872: hey dude really liked this grid -- reminded me of the grid of cubes in the movie cube! i love that movie im happy someone enjoyed it too! "NO RED ROOM" right? hahaha thanks for the grid my number is 704-667-8103 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62838: Loved the format, thanks! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Moondog @ #62817: Respect for the difficulty. A top notch grid. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #62838: Nice (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62838: @ RBR45 - You win a Rose for that 👍 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62839: thank you, made me smile (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

RBR45 @ #62838: Nestle not Cadburys but good grid (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62838: Great one, thanks (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62833: Not bad, thanks for posting. Football players more commonly known as footballers? (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62823: I found this easy and fun. Dukes of Hazzard tricky for some people I imagine. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62827: Made me feel clever, thanks. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62823: Fantastic. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mickle @ #62825: Krankie (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tom @ #62833: Nice one! Cheers Coleboy (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

JonBob @ #62730: Hard for an American, because our Dennis the Menace has different stripes! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Roz @ #62837: Yeah! Good one. Took us ages to get the Level one. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Marc @ #62837: It would help if I spelled palindrome correctly (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Steve Brinkworth @ #62828: An Uncle is a term for a Pawnbroker Malcontent (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62834: An absolute bedtime treat, TY (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62832: Nice and straightforward, a quick solve - TY! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Marc @ #62833: Ah that was a fun wall. Cheers dude (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Roz @ #62826: That was GREAT! And I beat Colin whoop-whoop!!! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Katharine Childs @ #62832: Great wall! I got the "feeling" group without knowing why and then failed to get any of the other three groups despite seeing the connections. Confounding but fun. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62823: Nice. Good groups. I was lucky to guess Enos fitted in my first group - clearing that helped solve the grid in 45s (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62826: Good ideas, but, as Swan can be swapped with Page,or Carter there are at least three valid solutions. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62828: Very good. Not too impossible once I got into the clues, but I did only have 25 seconds left after solving, and still don't understand 'use an uncle' at all (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62827: Try harder Tilly!! : D (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62828: I like the style. ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62827: Did try harder, didn't do better, 3/10 again! ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62824: Just 3/10 for me, as teacher always said of me "could do better, must try harder. ty (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62804: Brilliant. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62824: Haha JerseySusanna, my work here is done! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #62824: Thanks Plod - my brain is officially fried! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62802: Enjoyed,as usual TY! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #62806: @Charlton234 - You can't delete it but you can edit one of the versions via the link in your e-mail to create a new grid., cheers. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

David Poupe @ #62780: I can spot tits a mile off (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #62804: Nicely done, medium hard to solve. Well thought out (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Holly @ #62811: You put Lime Juice twice (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62804: Couldn't get the egg group. Despite saying to myself "they are all things you can ..." Can't complain, fun grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62804: I especially did not like that one. Obscure musical references are always a bad idea, because not everybody is into music, and, of those who are, not all will like a particular group, and even if they do, they may not be sufficiently expert as to get such connections. A good grid is one which could be got by anybody with a good enough general knowledge. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62808: TY for the grid. 2 of the categories were straightforward but the others are dependent on in-depth knowledge of American sports. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62804: well done. I especially liked the category containing Detroit (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62806: Quite simple apart from the Pop group, 3 out of which I have never heard of. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Charlton234 @ #62806: Sorry, I don’t know why this submitted twice, and I don’t know how to delete it. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mister Tom @ #62780: Very nice (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62804: Very nice. Defeated me. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62460: Grains category was fun. The British/American category is inaccurate. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62465: The Colony group should accept collective nouns. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62794: several of the answers are not entirely right. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62802: ...except that the definite article is "the", not "a". "A" is the INdefinite article. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62802: As simple as a,b,c and d.... (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62434: Creative grid, fun and easy - thanks! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Horatio @ #62798: Infectious agents is wrong, the bug one is ridiculous. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

s @ #62780: loved this! especially the tits and anniversaries clues. Very clever without being too difficult/arcane to guess through deduction :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

longpondy @ #62794: One of the answers isn't entirely right (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62769: Most loofahs (since I presume that's what you mean) are natural sponges, not gourds. Others will point out the mis-spelling of melon. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62766: This is such a clever and satisfying grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Daz @ #62798: Bug one was daft, but the others were decent. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62797: Don't bother, someone's testing their keyboard. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

LEANLEAN @ #62795: LEAN LENAN LENAENALLEAN LEAN LENAL I LOVE LEAN I LOVE LEAN (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

pope francis @ #62795: this puzzgrid is holy af i literally love deez (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

lean fan @ #62795: hi i love lean (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

NLFan @ #62795: Sending this one to NL (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

ThesenutsFan @ #62793: wow so cool. I love these nuts (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #62756: Nice (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #62789: Should take "Harry Potter" and "states" (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #62766: Well thought out and different (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #62766: Great one well done. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62787: Fun but 'wallow' doesn't fit (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #62766: This is good. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62782: Enjoyed. Thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62784: Should say it was fun! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62784: Solved easily enough but the countries group is an either know it or not fact. You're never gonna work that out in three minutes!! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62766: Enjoyed this a lot. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62778: Enjoyable. Cheers, ears! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #62766: Great concept (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #62766: Nice work! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

nitpicker @ #62766: Beautiful idea, beautifully done. I also quarrel with "African" as a nationality. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dev @ #62766: Nice grid, many thanks! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry blue @ #62769: Watermelon spelling? Also, 'racquet sports' should be acceptable. Fun otherwise! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #62766: Very good. I knew all of the connections, but I didn't know enough film names to be able to create the groups! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62769: Only one l in watermelon, and is it possible you meant 'loofah'? Oh, apparently that's a common spelling variant, never seen it before. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bouldersaur @ #62766: Loved this puzzle so much! Had a partial idea on most of them until the very last few seconds. Super exciting, well done! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62764: ... made worse by the answers not even explaining who/what they are. More than half of them are still unknown to me. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

honeyhoney @ #34832: @daveggie Honey (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #62766: That's the best grid i have played in a while. Well done. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Alan @ #62766: Fun grid. You might want to change "nationality" to something like "geographical adjective" - or at least include that as an option. African isn't a nationality. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

squareeyes @ #62766: Thanks for all the lovely feedback! Sorry JohnQ if you put in "ordinal" and it didn't work. Award yourself 10 anyway and I'll edit it. I toyed with "The Italian Job" but on the other hand, I like the slight red herring of King and Queen in the same grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #62751: Very very good. Some elegant lightbulb moments to be had here. Thank you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #28993: What fun. The connection for the Beatles line stumped me, and I was ready to take umbrage. But it's genius. Well done. And thank you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62766: Very good 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ok @ #62768: A bit of advice: I’m not sure what you’ve put for your connecting terms, but it seems like you’ve really misunderstood how they work. You should have any key words that could explain the answer listed separately and should use the smallest part of each word where possible - e.g. I would put “geo” or “geograph” for “geographical features”, as that would cover your intended answer as well as any containing “geographical” or “geography” phrased in other ways, and I would also include some other related words people may use to describe the connection such as “land”. Accepting multiple linking terms is especially important when the answer is vague, like your “around town” group. Your key linking words for that should probably include town, city, shop, store, location, etc. to ensure that everyone who recognises the connection can be marked correct. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

A @ #62766: Loved it, thank you! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

JohnQ @ #62766: Great concept, but have to agree with snackula about African. "The Spanish Inquisition" or "The Danish Girl" maybe? Also add "ordinal" as a keyword for the numerical group? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #62766: Would have given it 5 stars, but strictly speaking 'African' is continental rather than national. I am a bit of a pedant though. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Daz @ #62764: yet another unpossibly vague and obscure one... (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #62723: Please change the Wilde set to accept just playwrites, without the famous having to be there! Otherwise good grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Daz @ #62765: one of the worst so far.....the game one is utterley ridiculous....the kiloing one isnt much better. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

JohnQ @ #62748: very nice grid. I also know "cream soda" but never heard creamy or creaming. Could go with whiskey instead maybe? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Paul @ #62748: ^ I always thought it was 'creaming' soda. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Lindybeige @ #62751: Tie? What? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Chris @ #62751: Would suggest "Entice" not "Enticement" for that group for the sense of the word to work. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

A @ #62759: Do you seriously have nothing better to do with your life? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #62751: Dune bug is a bug and a car and a cocktail (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Commish @ #62683: Three of these are fun, the video game group is more obscure. More famous would be "All your base are belong to us" or "I took an arrow in the knee" or "Would you kindly" (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62758: Fatuous American stuff. No fun. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jimdas @ #62676: Ahhh man! The mental gymnastics with the lights, sticks, atch's, itch's.. Only to be greeted with "preceded OR followed by"... Thanks, great grid... (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

JohnQ @ #62632: Good stuff (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62751: The insect is called a June bug, not a Dune bug. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #62749: Didn't work for me, sorry (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

JohnQ @ #60823: Sam Houston was a president (of Texas) so "presidents" should count (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62750: Great one, thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62745: Very good except for misspelling of Afghan. TY (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62749: Nice try but a bit overreliant on some rather 'creative' pronunciations of the original terms (especially the towns). (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #52415: @d only got 4? I remember my first grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #58133: Pretty godo for being entirely in french. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #62720: Huge disagree with @Ace. So true @misof. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #62701: Good puzzle, a little easy for someone of my intellect. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62745: Nice grid. I think you mean Afghan. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mr. Ruth @ #62743: So true Ben but Liam I disagree. Also Wiccan is my favorite superhero. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62744: Excellent grid. The express link was frustrating, as a fan, but I just couldn't fathom it. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Liam @ #62733: What Eve said, number should also be acceptable. Additionally "talk" should be an acceptable answer you shouldn't require the word synonyms and not accept synonyms of the word. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Liam @ #62743: Not forces in physics but vectors in physics. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Paul @ #25294: Can be followed by "island", not precede? :-) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62749: @RMP I think they 'work' well enough - MT for example is used as an acronym/abbreviation in some industries, but I didn't like that there was no connection between the meaning of the words so spent ages trying to work it out. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ben @ #62743: They're not forces, more like terms related to movement in physics (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62749: nice idea but some of them just don't work. MT and Quins especially. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #62748: @Kit - I know it as creamy sometimes creaming, it might be different elsewhere. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kit @ #62748: Is “creamy” supposed to be “cream”? :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Daisy @ #62643: Thanks for the feedback! I realise homophones are always tricky across different accents but figured they’d be close enough to be recognisable. Also @Krista “spies” is there as a synonym for “sees”, not spies as in secret agents, and the pare hint is referring to skin on a fruit or vege, not something more gruesome! I believe that it is an accurate definition. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Rose @ #62695: Great grid, super fun! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

nighttime @ #62692: @Ace: (Long John) Silver was not captain; he was quatermaster (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

nighttime @ #62692: @Ace: (Long John) Silver was not captain; he was quatermaster (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Procrastinator @ #21280: Clever red herrings! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62744: Nice but absolutely fiendish - would never have got the "Express" row in a million years. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #28734: (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62734: Sorry, but this is very poor. This doesn't test lateral thinking at all, which is what only connect and the grids are all about. A list of names means nothing, unless you know who they are and not even the best lateral thinking skills will allow you to think it out. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Lake @ #62740: One of the better hidden numbers groups I’ve seen! Having a mixture of real and fictional people in a name group is always confusing, though. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Eve @ #62733: Agree with the previous comment that the link for the number group should be “homophone”, homonyms are when the word is spelt the same but has a different meaning. Simply allowing “number” as a connection would work too :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

fezzo @ #62733: The connection for the numbers category should be "homophone", not "homonym". (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #62733: Terrific (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62692: Enjoyed this grid, nicely done. I don't see the issue with the pirates/captains - they were all both, so as long as either is deemed valid it seems fine to me (although some work on the answers may be needed, my 'captain' was not allowed). And suggesting that a penguin isn't a chocolate bar is being pedantic in the extreme - it's a bar covered in chocolate, what more do you want? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ade @ #62713: 5 stars for mentioning one of my favourite songs ever. Thank you (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62692: Either they're captains or they're pirates, but can't be both in one group, even though I got it. And Penguin is sold more as a biscuit than a chocolate bar, more Club than Kit-Kat. But I enjoyed it all the same. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62732: Two really obscure groups there, which makes it no fun. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #62735: Hard to find a start and some of the groups are little obscure. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #62632: This is good. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62710: Beaten by the clock. Tremendous grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

s @ #62730: this was great! one of my favourites so far :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

s @ #62736: loved the 'hot things' clue! Very satisfying to get that one :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #59852: Lovely. Elegantly constructed, with no tenuous definitions. Thank you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dev @ #62730: Nice grid. I kept putting the Queens in the red and black group, grrr. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62718: Good grid. I guess an earlier problem was fixed, it all worked fine for me, although my answer "bird first letter" was not close enough, apparently. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62720: Good one. I do hope you insisted on the French connection in the colour group. I put it in, so of course I think it should be required ;-) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #44989: Great grid. (But we needed double the time!) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

misof @ #62720: Easy 10/10 but lovely groups, thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62732: nice. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #48518: Very satisfying. Thank you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #12814: Inspired. Thank you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #2621: Lovely. So very satisfying. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62718: Just fine, thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62729: Sorry! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62729: Not giving me my confetti 'beggars' belief. 🤪 Ty (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62730: Nice idea, quite simple but satisfying. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #31483: Lovely, thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62726: Not just tenuous, they're not unique; catastrophising could be switched with at least two of the cat group. And blood just doesn't work with the group, needing an extra word, whereas the others are just examples of that word, although classing chess as a sport is also stretching it. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Fred @ #62726: Not enjoyable. Tenuous links. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #62723: Straightforward but nice (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Quizbeard @ #50739: Excellent stuff, as always - amazing red herrings! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10073: Kings Breakfast??? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry blue @ #62718: Very good! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dyl Dough @ #62668: Cum on man, 69/1000, dont tread on me, ~~~~*hisses seductively (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dyl Dough @ #62687: Couldn't be ARSEd, TITration (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62718: Not bad, but the Ians were a bit obscure - the only one I had heard of was hislop. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dyl Dough @ #62692: #feelsweirdman Captain not ok but captains is? PUH-LEASE (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

MereNovice @ #62711: A fun variation and nice themes. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dyl Dough @ #62694: WHAT IS GUM WASHING YOUR MOUTH pEDANTIC - ALL SINGERS 2 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

bbctol @ #62711: Just beautiful! Love the feeling of going from complete confusion to figuring it all out (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62714: nice grid, varied categories. fun to play. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

malcolm @ #62692: I don't think captains/ pirates is a sound category - these are not the same thing so it is a mixed group. And Penguin is a biscuit, not a chocolate bar like the others (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

malcolm @ #62718: What snackula said.These aren't bird names. Also Ian Beale is not a person, he is a fictional character (unless there is a real famous Ian Beale that I just don't know about). The change the first letter set was good though (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62551: Has he James? If he`d put Whole Food it wouldn`t be the company name it would just be a foods type? Perhaps on the categories? Those keys are on my PC too by the way-just `keyboard commands` perhaps? Didn`t know he owned Washington Post too!! Ugh-his mouthpiece as well as another nice little earner! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62552: Yes-Zues is Zeus! And you can`t put NCCA all in Caps-it`s a giveaway!! I guessed even though I didn`t know what they were. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62554: Good but I typed Island nations and it didnt work! I needed another point too!!! Why isn`t Australia an Island Me? I think it is! A large Island Nation but still one. But I enjoyed trying even if I did only get 2 points. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #62718: i thought bow, mast,hull and bow were parts of a ship rather than birds (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62564: Companies doesn`t work because Nestles and Fiji and Dansani are all famous for other stuff. I only guessed that group based on the fact they are companies( not water-brands!) ! I`ve learned some K-pop groups though. Now I`ll go listen to some 😊 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62718: 👍 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62598: 👍 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62629: Yeah-red is pathetic. Scarlett? Cerise? Plum? Burgundy? Pillar-box? -Pepper? Rose? Cheeks? Lips? Faced?....... The rest is good :-) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62714: Good grid, didn't know the Dixie thing Got the rest Thanks for posting (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62640: I`ve done 3/4 of this somewhere else?! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62643: Homophones don`t quite work! Pare doesn`t quite mean cut off the skin? One spy sees,many spies see-doesn`t quite work. Kinda clever and kinda doesn`t quite work. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62669: Why was `call` correct if the real answere is `tele-`? Scarlett,Green Mustard and Plum are still colours! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62687: I was on the back foot when my beady eyes spotted the final leg and stopped me potty mouthing. Enjoyed TY Trixie. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62692: Good red herrings-I agree. And I didn`t see the Williams connection-Wah! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Krista @ #62714: Bit American-never heard of `Designing women` (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62714: Nice grid, but you might want to correct the spelling of scrambled/scambled - otherwise fun thanks. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62711: Bombed on your other grid but confetti this time. Phew! Ty (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62712: Nice and easy, thanks (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #62482: Easy but delightful (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #62696: Fun- Would have rated it higher if food was accepted for the pate group. 'Dinner dishes' far too specific! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62706: Very poor answer explanations; just listing the names without the connections doesn't help at all if you don't know who they are. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

samson @ #62700: Yes, tofu and soy sauce are both made from soy beans, but the explanation does not say or imply that each are made using differing beans from each other. All four in the group are made from different (various) types of bean. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Michael Ritchie @ #62702: "Brothers"? What does that mean? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #62700: Tofu and soy sauce are both made from soya beans, not different beans.. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62696: Cracking grid! Enjoyed this TY (not sure about coral as a g?) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10071: Got the forms of transport group spot on. Unfortunately you did not expect that as an answer for it!!!! 😡 (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #10062: Nah! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62696: Neat grid, but the "put a tape elixir" link is far too precise. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tim and Sabrina @ #47523: full stop (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tim and Sabrina @ #47523: OUR KIND OF GRID LOVELY (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tim and Sabrina @ #59119: You have to put 'relation' as an acceptable keyword in that group surely? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tim and Sabrina @ #204: dude your spellings tho (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tim and Sabrina @ #47791: Top stuff (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

bob @ #62488: I put some things that should have been considered correct but were not, but overall good easy puzzle. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

adi @ #62683: This one is fun! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

chris @ #54053: Die Kategorien sind falsch/überspezifisch. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

ahay @ #54012: Very clever idea for a grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62692: Not too tricky but fun. Several nice red herrings. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Butch @ #62661: 10/10 should’ve been my score (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62423: Brilliant, loved the theme. I was hopeless 🤔 Thanks for posting (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

squareeyes @ #62688: I'd have given this 5 stars if only it had accepted "currencies" ! Otherwise spot on. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Trixie @ #62687: Lol, what cheek, a back-hander for you! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

film buff @ #62689: Yes, I thought about that, was trying to be tricky : ( (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #62689: Like it, like it, but cannot two be swapped? Or am I wrong man? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62687: Kneely missed it, butt when you knows you nose (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62668: A proper grid. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tyvent @ #62683: I may have been too ambitious again. If so, oh well. Have a nice day! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

rat supreme @ #62423: 10/10, my favorite puzzle on this site by far. Thanks! :D ^^^ This is an original comment, do NOT steal, thanks. ^^^ (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Alex @ #62674: Do you mean fortified wine? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #62666: Excellent. Horrible mixture of different types of word clue. Impossible for me to do but completely valid. Very, very good. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bau @ #62668: A really enjoyable grid, cum man 69. I finished it. I was satisfied at the end. I'm glad I came. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

squareeyes @ #62644: Thank you for the feedback Ade. I'm glad you enjoyed it. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ade @ #62644: Well, Ace, I managed it. Maybe I was just lucky. Thanks for a really enjoyable grid squareeyes. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62674: Nice grid, shame that one group was made super-easy by lack of capital letters. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Les Orres Station (05) @ #37129: we think that was in french!!! >< ;-) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62669: Isn't this just a repeat, or 3/4 groups at least, of an earlier grid? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62668: Enjoyable. I guessed wrestling moves for pliers group. It gave it go me!! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62632: nicely done (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Anisa @ #62632: Good fun!! Keep it coming :) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

F Beasts @ #62663: In honour of the Fantastic beasts film releasing today, a grid dedicated to all things wizarding and bestial. I have tried to give fair warning in the name but the limited number of characters makes it difficult to be clear. If you are not a fan of the franchise my apologies, this one isn't for you. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #44930: Very clever & good fun. Solved it but not in 3 minutes! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #62660: Maybe? The principals were relatively straight forward but getting some of the support to fit was certainly a test [even for me]. I enjoyed the challenge (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #62660: Maybe? The principals were relatively straight forward but getting some of the support to fit was certainly a test [even for me]. I enjoyed the challenge (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62559: Good all round, nothing wrong with the pronouns, and certainly no higher than 'medium' difficulty. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

film buff @ #62660: Maybe a bit harder than I thought? (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62643: Nice, but homophones are always subject to regional variation, and a couple of yours, e.g. ear/air, pier/pare just don't work in 'standard' pronunciations. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Chris McLean @ #62629: I agree with Kitty the red in the reds group needs to change to another shade of red really (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

David @ #62654: The puzzlers who make the connections easier (use more words) will always be more popular than ones where you have to get the exact word (eg one of my guesses was "types of" the word you had and wasn't allowed) (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #62640: Some well worn themes but well put together. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mickle @ #62510: Awful songs, awful one dimensional quiz - needs some variety to be vaguely interesting (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #62628: Very good, just nicely challenging (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Chris McLean @ #62628: The animal homophone is a little bit off with ewe being a female sheep where the others are animals species but otherwise good grid (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #62643: Thank you - got it in the end, just! (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Axelle @ #62661: V good enjoyed thoroughly (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Birch @ #62661: Bitch (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #62636: Really enjoyed the grid. Would have preferred a different Egyptian God to "Re" . "Amun"dsen would have worked. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62660: Got the movies but only one line in time. Enjoyed thanks (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ugly @ #58193: Aaa (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62609: Neat! I just could get the link for the "Eight" line. Very clever. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62644: A bit too clever, so many overlaps it's difficult to know where to start. James could also be made to work, and Callahan is only unique because of the unusual spelling, which is just nasty, and then to throw in the Chaucer group including yet more red herrings! Impossible. (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

DH @ #62569: good fun (2 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mustard @ #62640: Custard? I think you mean mustard? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

ur mom @ #12345: strimp? Islands? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

hiya @ #62564: it's "go fish" (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62633: Sorry this is very poor. Your solution is not unique at all. For example, you could easily switch orange and lime and still fit the categories you provide. There are many other examples of switches that could be made and still solve the grid. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

bob @ #62449: Lazy and too specific. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62629: Red Red? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

David @ #62609: Yes good and not too obvious (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

David @ #62629: excellent (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62617: Very good grid, particularly liked the Dande line No idea on the Tom line You win 10/7 Thanks for posting (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62598: super fun (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62613: This is a grid for a very specific audience. For those of us that aren't interested or don't know about whatever game that is, it is a terrible grid. Make these kinds of grids if you want, but don't post them on the general interest page. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62628: Very good, nice and easy grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62627: Very good grid Particularly liked the Opera row You win 10/4 (over and out) 😉 Thanks for posting (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62619: Didn't like the MT row. Your accent must be very different from mine. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62598: 👍👍👌 (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62609: 👍👍 (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Person @ #62616: Why is this listed as GB and not US? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Team Nev @ #49336: Thanks. I made this with my (then) 10 year old daughter. She was reading The Secret Seven at the time! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62619: Quite nice, just slightly let down by the non-homophones. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62618: Gaah. Video game terminology should be a no-no. And wtf is an emite when it's at home? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62613: And another one about some obscure/unnamed card game. Enough already. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #62598: Nice grid (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62612: No idea what sort of cards you're referring to here, but as the whole grid is about them it's certainly not of 'general interest'. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #62603: Yes, agree love it. Only got 6 squares and 1 line in the first go, but got it all on the second attempts. I love my own stupidity at times thinking Clemens was a stanza. Much appreciated 😊 (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62603: Thanks for the encouragement, I will keep them coming : ) (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

huw @ #62599: Their all mispelled (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Castellan Spandrell @ #62583: Confetti, but took a while! Great grid (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62434: Straightforward but very pleasing (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Paul @ #62228: Nationalities could be correct, as well as languages? (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62603: Love it, puzzle within a puzzle. Didn't do too well, got one row and it's answer. Well put together, more please Thanks for posting (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #62125: Challenging but fun- one of those grids that initially seems impossible but then falls into place- thanks! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Alexander @ #62483: (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

JerseySusanna @ #62603: Thanks, Plod - love the missing letters one. Saw the To Kill just too late! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62602: Really easy to get the groups without any knowledge of the two more obscure subject areas. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

David @ #62434: Great grid, thanks. I completely missed it: managed to convince myself these were all things from a children's/fantasy book series I didn't know. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

penis lover 69 @ #62602: SO GOOD. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

buff @ #62576: *oops you can see that was done in a hurry (as is my habit) (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Rys @ #62587: The piano thing's going to get lots of grumpy puzzlers downgrading an otherwise okay wall. If there's some clever way piano counts as an organ, you definitely need to explain it in your answer. Otherwise, you should change the piano card. The best idea off the top of my head would be calliope (a steam whistle organ). (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Garrett @ #62480: Didn't take "zeus" which is understandable i guess, but like- also, didn't take "animal" for the cartoon animals, and didn't take "concert" for the concerts. Decent grid, but it doesn't award any points. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9996: Really enjoyable grid. Thank you 😊 (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9996: Really enjoyable grid. Thank you 😊 (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #33026: Nice and easy. Even with the red herrings that some people don't like! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62583: Very good. Two attempts before I got your style. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

MLS @ #62434: Nice twist to this game, haven't played anything like this. It took me a minute to figure out the pattern. Fun! Thank you. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62558: Got full marks but with just 1s left! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62559: The only tricky one was the hell group. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62569: Nice. Good red herrings. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62583: Excellent. Nice mix. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62592: It isn't green, it's green and yellow and blue with a touch of white They're not round they're spherical Loads of people have died Hope I didn't give too much away (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #62590: What a ludicrous waste of time. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62593: I agree with Aidan. Also the subject matter is unpleasant. These grids are meant to be a pleasant diversion, not a grim reminder of the garbage that goes on in the world (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Aidan @ #62593: needs better answer choices. Poorly made. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62584: the milli category - those don't only go before word second, they can go before many measurements in the metric system such as: -litre, -metre, gram, etc. also, 'er simpson' should actually be 'r simpson' for your answer to be accurate. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62554: Nice Grid. It looked very difficult at first, but i was able to sort it. Unfortunately, "Island nations" should work for that category, but it doesn't. Also, The middle eastern countries are also all arab or muslim countries, and that should be reflected in your possible answers. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #62511: the doritos one can also be salad dressings or dips. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62587: A piano is not an organ. Not even the same family. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62583: Nice grid, fairly straightforward, but only 14 seconds left on the clock! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #62576: Nrs Anderson - lively firm - who cares about spelling. :-) (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #62576: There is no film called Niagra. I think you are thinking of one called Niagara. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #62583: Good grid! Yes, ECT should be etc. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

EOS @ #62583: Great grid. Thanks! ['ECT' should be 'etc', I guess?] (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Dan @ #62583: Good grid, very inventive. I don't understand "ECT" though (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

KingO @ #62564: The card game is Go Fish not gold fish as far as I know. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Helga @ #62539: Fun! (Only just did it in the time!) (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62577: Only possible for a maths geek and k-pop loving microbiology researcher. No way it's of "general interest". (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62578: Far too obtuse, and some of them just don't work. No way tutu fits in its group, the name group is just contrived, no way anyone's going to work it out unless they start out looking for names. And others are like cryptic crossword clues without any template or word length which can only be grouped if and when you've solved them all. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Joe @ #61488: This app is getting on my nerves, I would like to speak to tha manager and get my money back くん局権留守にね年利結敏馬へスミスんぬ峰め Bing chilling, (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tom @ #62535: Great wall, lots of red herrings :) (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Plod @ #62575: Very satisfying TY! (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ade @ #62549: Far too tough for me, was totally lost after the Mingus group. Clever though. Thank you (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

b @ #62560: Very easy, but that's OK once in a while. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

TopsyandTim @ #62555: ...and lemonade isn't usually yellow... (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

nighttime @ #62535: nice crossovers (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62549: Wow. One of the best grids I've seen. Really original and tough. Thanks. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62535: Great. (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62304: Top grid (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #62555: @bii a yellowjacket is a wasp (2 months, 4 weeks ago)

CornWoman @ #62549: Just niche enough for me. Loved it. Cheers. (3 months ago)

me @ #62554: Very nice grid! Only thing is I typed "island" for the islands group and it didn't work. Also I don't think Australia is actually an island but I got what you were going for anyway. (3 months ago)

bii @ #62555: I have literally never seen someone wearing a yellow jacket, the most common colors are black or green... (3 months ago)

me @ #62449: Not gonna lie, these are all just Taylor Swift songs (3 months ago)

JGN @ #36209: I put in the obvious for the gotham group and although it was the answer, it said it was incorrect. Can you add the keyword here? Thanks! (3 months ago)

keeks @ #62559: "The pronouns one was your worst one" - JK Rowling (3 months ago)

keeks @ #62559: Duly noted. (3 months ago)

Jay @ #62559: Missing 'measure' as answer. This is way harder than medium difficulty imo. (3 months ago)

Jay @ #62551: Please read answer guidelines, avoid pluralising unnecessarily (3 months ago)

I.C. Weiner @ #54971: I got stuck early on by assuming they were all book titles that I'd never heard of. Managed to get the "C" one right as they all sounded science-y, but I got wrecked pretty hard. (3 months ago)

dollymix @ #62555: The spelling is "wrack your brain", so it doesn't quite work. (3 months ago)

Omegaman @ #62550: US state abbreviations didn’t work so perhaps have another look at the allowable answers (3 months ago)

RainyDays @ #62502: Loved the grid. (3 months ago)

me @ #62555: Great ideas here, but it could be a lot better if you made the groups more consistent. For example, 'Jacket' doesn't really fit in that group because, although it can be preceded by 'yellow,' it isn't necessarily a yellow thing itself. You could do a group of things that can be preceded by 'yellow' ('Submarine,' 'Brick road,' and things like that) but it should be one or the other in my opinion. Thanks for making this grid though! (3 months ago)

malcolm @ #62550: Apart from the music ones, the categories are not great: the restaurants one doesn't make sense - how do you find 'expensive'? & the other things could be found anywhere. The state abbreviations should be capitals , not with lower case second letters to make them look 'elementy' And 'on the periodic table' is far too general - you should at least try to use elements that are in a particular group on the table , or that are all metals, or gases etc (3 months ago)

David @ #62488: Nice puzzle but give more information in the connection to increase puzzlers chances of "getting it" (3 months ago)

Catherine Perrin @ #62502: really enjoyed this - not too hard. the explanations might need condensing a tad (3 months ago)

Epat @ #62555: Best one yet!!! (3 months ago)

James @ #62552: I suggest proof reading your grids before posting in future, there are a lot of spelling mistakes in this… (3 months ago)

Ivy @ #62539: Fantastic grid! (3 months ago)

Catapillar @ #62550: I think this game is really fun and if your into science will love it (3 months ago)

Lin @ #62546: Need to accept bat and man (3 months ago)

Catapillar @ #62550: I think this game is really fun and if your into science will love it (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62511: I should have got the Batman one. Not sure about the Doritos. Niche Nacho. (3 months ago)

me @ #62501: It's really "Hell's Kitchen" rather than "Hells Kitchen," isn't it? Seems like a little thing but I was really trying to think of something with a plural "Hells" in it lol Very nice grid though! (3 months ago)

Chris @ #62543: TTT ii TTT (3 months ago)

me @ #62522: It's a fun grid, but kind of impossible to solve. There's so much overlap between the racket sports group and the volleyball group that you just have to get lucky guessing that. And all the "kick"s are also football/soccer terms so it's weird to have a group that could be placed inside another group entirely. Red herrings are great, but I think this wall has many possible solutions that make just as much sense as the actual one. (3 months ago)

David @ #62543: and the point was? (3 months ago)

this was amazing @ #62542: shouldn't you be working (3 months ago)

Ade @ #62517: Nice. Thank you (3 months ago)

Dave @ #62540: Thanks for posting. Felt that having two groups of veg, one specific and one generic, didn't really work though. (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62522: Far too much interchangeability. And using some very specific groups with others very loosely connected, just makes it feel even more contrived. Oh, and it's "goal kick" not "goalie kick". (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62525: "Lady Bird" was not a first name, but a nickname. (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62525: Great - the Laura group caught me. (3 months ago)

Daz @ #62521: errible...the circle one isnt even correct lol...and hearing Dome??? (3 months ago)

Rys @ #57936: As disappointed as I can get with my country sometimes, at least we don't have Mr. Blobby. Yes, I know he's a joke. Still, sheesh. And he had a hit Christmas song? What? Just, how? Did he lace that year's Christmas crackers with LSD? Did he threaten to eat every first born? Was he secretly Paul McCartney??? I... never mind. Between Blobby and Marmite, I just can't... (10/10!) (3 months ago)

Aww @ #62508: Aww, love group-nice! (3 months ago)

A &M @ #62336: why is the rabbit always first? (3 months ago)

A &M @ #62423: Loved the B theme (3 months ago)

Hamburger @ #62408: @Ace. - I see, I've changed it. (3 months ago)

Hamburger @ #62486: I like the idea but it needs fixing up as some of the answers are not unique. Cheers. (3 months ago)

Castellan Spandrell @ #62502: Confetti, fun connections, fairy bread sounds... interesting. Bit too optimistic on the space you had for explanations! (3 months ago)

RMP @ #62497: The word Moler does not actually fit in its supposed row. (3 months ago)

Rupert @ #62496: kondja mia Sorry about that, I made this so I could click on the name and find an earlier puzzle I made. (3 months ago)

Psst @ #62478: (Don't use alcohol or hydrogen peroxide on wounds! Use mild soap and lukewarm running water.) (3 months ago)

kondja mia @ #62496: "Ono" should be "Uno". Also, i think you misspelled "maori" when setting the answers. (3 months ago)

kondja mia @ #62424: fun (3 months ago)

Zoe @ #62491: I enjoyed this one. (3 months ago)

Ben @ #62491: Excellent! (3 months ago)

Commish @ #62480: Roadrunner speaks all the time... literally every episode ("Beep beep") (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #30596: Not happy with parts of names of books. Which I do know. But parts of things don't make a group. (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62482: Not sure half of boy bands' names is a valid group. (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62482: (3 months ago)

Gordash @ #62486: Nowhere near a unique grid. GLAD, BAFTA, M&S, any letter A-G with 7 is a chord, The N word, the C word. (3 months ago)

Joker @ #62485: Fun (3 months ago)

Hypatia @ #62480: Should take "festival," "cartoon," and "space" (3 months ago)

D @ #62486: None of the connections are actually connections (3 months ago)

Horatio @ #62480: American grids are always disappointing... (3 months ago)

Ethel Q @ #62484: Enjoyed that one! Thank you (3 months ago)

D @ #62484: Nice and straightforward (3 months ago)

b @ #60892: Dirty martini? Where's that come from?! (3 months ago)

b @ #62463: It was difficult because there are two groups there about which I know nothing. Pity. (3 months ago)

J @ #62434: 👍 (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62462: The boat group just doesn't work. Cargo needs another word adding to it, and Monitor? Apparently some old sunken warship. but not a 'type of boat'. (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62485: One of those annoying grids where you can know three out of four in each group but still fail to find the fourth. Well done. (3 months ago)

Helga @ #62409: Nice (3 months ago)

Bathfood @ #54362: Wonderful grid. Perfectly judged. Thanks. (3 months ago)

Simon @ #62392: His is a pronoun. Thematic begins with 'them'. 'Them' is a pronoun. (3 months ago)

moonie09 @ #37982: terrible grid (3 months ago)

Hypatia @ #62478: Should take "injury" and "drink" (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62478: Nice and easy straightforward grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62480: Not bad, fairly simple but a couple of false leads. You could do some work on your answers though - the not speaking group are just animals, NASA group are space programs, festival (singular) wasn't accepted... (3 months ago)

Stephen @ #62480: Great grid and great red herrings. I thoroughly enjoyed it (3 months ago)

b @ #62456: Bit too easy, Two long words with the men's names give it away very quickly. (3 months ago)

Stephen @ #62434: very fun (3 months ago)

charley @ #54971: you are a legend (3 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #62473: Banjo? Peel? (3 months ago)

mal @ #62434: different to most! nice (3 months ago)

Omegaman @ #62422: The colours are just that. They could equally be snooker balls (3 months ago)

Lucy b @ #62434: Fun! Once I worked out what I was doing I was away. Enjoyed it, thanks (3 months ago)

Avenger @ #9954: Really good grid. Thank you Mixu Up (3 months ago)

Avenger @ #9950: No more US state capitals - who cares! (3 months ago)

grungor @ #62465: Moron. Waste of piss. (3 months ago)

Movie Buff @ #62430: A grid full of kisses (3 months ago)

Fox @ #62437: Great grid! HM is one of my favourite childhood books :) (3 months ago)

orchard91 @ #62434: excellent grid! lots of fun, thanks. (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62430: Was going to ask Y, but was too cross 😉 (3 months ago)

Mag @ #62460: Hi, I’m curious what the two different meanings for camp are? I’m not British or American and am only familiar with it as a descriptor for someone’s humour/personality, like a campy drag queen. (3 months ago)

orchard91 @ #62448: enjoyable grid, thank you! (3 months ago)

b @ #62434: Had me thinking, but not for too long, so that's just fine. 10/10 here. (3 months ago)

b @ #62448: Interesting one, and 10/10 for me. (3 months ago)

malcolm @ #62413: Could maybe narrow down the tennis category to a championship they'd all won? It's a bit broad (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62448: Nice one, got the lot 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

Dave @ #62422: Enjoyable overall, felt the music one was a bit of a weak connection because you could have used pretty much any colour that you could link to a song or artist. (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62456: You've spelled biscuit incorrectly in one of your answers. Which marks correct answers as wrong Other than that, decent grid Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62455: Nice and easy straightforward grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #62446: Could you possibly have been any more obscure? (3 months ago)

Gridlington @ #62434: I like doing this type of grid! Good one thanks! (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62408: @Hamburger - One of the group follows jacket rather than preceding it as the answer suggests. But that's just being pedantic. (3 months ago)

RMP @ #62425: Not tricky but very pleasing - some nice red herrings (3 months ago)

b @ #60722: OK, I don't know the Simpsons, but a decent grid and 7/10 for me. (3 months ago)

b @ #62392: His is an adjective. The is not a pronoun. Poor. (3 months ago)

Mr Trick @ #62431: 3/10 for me.i could only thi k of dog breeds for Jane😁 (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62427: @ Fred, it refers to the colour of the jacket gentleman fox hunters wear. Ladies wear black, no idea why, but there it is. (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62434: Nice and easy straightforward grid Enjoyed this one 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

Fred @ #62427: pink??????? (3 months ago)

Hamburger @ #62408: @WrinklyDink - I don't see how; they all fit fine. (3 months ago)

Rys @ #62411: I didn't find it obscure, though older players definitely have an advantage on this grid. Solid 4 for me. (3 months ago)

Trixie @ #62430: apologies, deleted (3 months ago)

Plod @ #62420: Well I liked it (3 months ago)

Trixie @ #62412: Nice one ty (3 months ago)

Rohan @ #62425: (3 months ago)

Rohan @ #62425: (3 months ago)

Avenger @ #9939: Testing grid. I enjoyed it, thank you for this and all your grids E.L.Wisty (3 months ago)

JBGrumpy @ #62399: Very nice! (3 months ago)

Johnny @ #62110: HIDDEN PIGS! (3 months ago)

Johnny @ #62423: 6/10 but regardless my favorite puzzle on this site by far. Thanks! :D (3 months ago)

Observation @ #62408: Nice, but yes, a slight modification would make it better (3 months ago)

WrinklyDink @ #62408: One of those in the jacket group is slightly wrong. Might want to get change the answer :) (3 months ago)

Tilly @ #62399: I concur with Barry W. I got three out of four in so many ways and almost let out an expletive at 13. TY (3 months ago)

Tilly @ #62383: Yup, good, beat me though (3 months ago)

Tilly @ #62411: I thought this was good, almost excellent. Just one line which felt weak almost as an afterthought. Re work it slightly, and you would get 5* from me (3 months ago)

Tilly @ #62413: A departure from your usual offerings [and nothing wrong with that I might add] (3 months ago)

b @ #60812: Spelling mistakes don't help. Locus? And what's honey boo boo? What cars does Ram make? In 50+ years I've never heard of them. (3 months ago)

b @ #62411: Really obscure stuff. No fun. (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62404: Too complicated for me, just 3/10. You misspelt Crepe, by the way, although TBF I got that group anyway. (3 months ago)

barry womble @ #62399: Really clever. (3 months ago)

barry womble @ #62376: Brilliant fun. (3 months ago)

barry womble @ #62397: Great. (3 months ago)

barry womble @ #62404: Really good, thanks. (3 months ago)

Movie Buff @ #62407: Got stuck with No 10 residents (3 months ago)

Moondog @ #2082: Balto may have been in a cartoon movie, but was based on a real dog. I suggest you look up the Diptheria outbreak in Nome, Alaska 1925. The stories of his heroiism may be apocryphal, but the dog certainly existed. (3 months ago)

Plod @ #62404: Nice and challenging, great grid, TY (3 months ago)

Movie Buff @ #62373: 1939 (3 months ago)

film buff @ #62376: Thanks Movie Buff, not very interesting to create though : ) (3 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #62383: A good grid with a nice, consistent theme - if I had a few hours to think about it... Three minutes? Not a chance. (3 months ago)

Jimdas @ #62245: Brilliant, thanks you :) (3 months ago)

Simon @ #62392: @Linda 'them' (3 months ago)

Linda @ #62392: The is not a pronoun (3 months ago)

Rys @ #62393: Bamboo's lucky? I have bamboo floors and scored only three on this puzz. Shenanigans! (3 months ago)

Horatio @ #62392: Doddle (3 months ago)

b @ #60105: Just fine (3 months ago)

Rich @ #62194: Africa isn't a country. (3 months ago)

barry blue @ #62335: Lovely! (3 months ago)

barry blue @ #62373: Cracking stuff! (3 months ago)

barry blue @ #62385: Great fun, nice twists (though not too tricky) (3 months ago)

Reece @ #62228: Good (3 months ago)

Aetees @ #62385: Better than 'Meh' I would say. Rather good in fact. (3 months ago)

J @ #62367: good grid but i think major group could also have number as an answer (3 months ago)

penstamon whippleanus @ #62387: Stationery (3 months ago)

WonderSR @ #46966: Très chouette grille, merci ! A noter que "Inventions françaises" n'est pas accepté. (3 months ago)

Movie Buff @ #62376: Liking your new format. 10/10 for both of us. [Did not get S-E-T- until the reveal, so missed out on the red herring :-)] (3 months ago)

Dave @ #62378: Far too niche, and the groups were too similar, so if you didn't know quite detailed knowledge about world politics you were utterly stumped. (3 months ago)

Paul @ #62380: Lovely! (3 months ago)

b @ #60899: What's "lite"? (3 months ago)

b @ #59821: Reasonably easy, but enjoyable all the same (3 months ago)

raz1 @ #62346: wow something that references ff9 of all things, nice (3 months ago)

Movie Buff @ #62338: Ditto (3 months ago)

Professor Solvo @ #62367: Excellent! (3 months ago)

Freddgar @ #62335: Nice and easy straightforward grid, good red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months ago)

barry womble @ #62338: Absolutely 'king excellent grid. Thank you. (3 months ago)

StrikeDAC @ #62113: Thanks for adding the Red Herring labels (3 months ago)

QwiziRascal @ #62359: Some things to work on here: 1) need some red herrings 2) links need to be more accurate (nausea is not an injury) 3) "There was a car" link doesn't make sense and the group has no link other than forming a sentence (3 months ago)

Chris McLean @ #61879: Good wall but could do with adding some alternative spellings for ACDC (3 months ago)

Georgy Forgy @ #62349: Great grid. I enjoyed it a lot (3 months ago)

Mr B @ #62348: A great grid - so many anagrams! (3 months ago)

TopsyandTim @ #62341: Loved it - but I'm not sure Goldilocks is a rhyme (3 months ago)

Aetees @ #62302: Very good (3 months ago)

mr anon @ #62341: awful grid. (3 months ago)

Stephen @ #62335: Very Satisfying. Nice mix of categories. (3 months ago)

felix888 @ #62335: Confetti! Pleasing grid. Thank you (3 months ago)

Bunny @ #60461: Rabbit rabbit! (3 months ago)

JerseySusanna @ #62338: Brilliant! Thank you (3 months ago)

Daz @ #62339: Ok except for the hot one that was silly. (3 months ago)

Fred @ #62340: Banana is a berry!!!!!!!!!!! (3 months ago)

Smiles @ #59128: I put 1 2 3 4 and it wasn't right (3 months ago)

Stephen @ #62302: good one! (3 months ago)

Toferino @ #62304: Nice. Difficult to find novel grids these days. Good effort. (3 months ago)

WonderSR @ #37924: Nice grid, although not in French as advertised ;) (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62241: Friendly. Thanks. 'Playing area' should be accepted! (3 months ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62304: Friendly. Thanks (3 months ago)

Stephen @ #62318: these grids are terrible. (3 months ago)

ernst blofinger @ #1379: having a ball.. with this one.. (3 months ago)

Lin @ #60922: Need to take hello or hallo (3 months ago)

b @ #61167: Pretty simple, but thanks for setting it. (3 months ago)

b @ #62256: Gallipoli is a peninsula, and the scene of many battles throughout the ages, but I got it in the Italian group. Sorry, but I always feel that just to list the start of some words is a cop-out when you can't find a better group. (3 months ago)

D @ #62256: There's no Gallipoli island in Italy (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62323: Another one, under another name, getting even worse. One group simply 'adjectives', another makes no sense whatsoever. Again, nothing resembling any crossover or red herring. (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62322: Seems like several grids created by the same person under different names for some reason. Several of the groupings are shared in multiple grids, most of them are really obvious, several are simple grammatical features, and in no case is there anything resembling a red herring or any possible overlaps. (3 months ago)

bbard @ #62302: Great grid! (3 months ago)

Ben @ #10899: Me and my friends loved it! (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62272: Some good ideas, but the grid is insoluble. Seigfried Farnon was a veterinary surgeon, not a doctor, so that group is invalid. (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62290: Sorry, that last comment was meant for your other grid. This grid was better - the explanations made some sense. I'm not sure a grid based entirely on exactly knowledge of Latin grammar and precise use of the correct grammatical terms beyond 'noun', 'verb' and 'adjective' is particularly interesting though, especially when the difference between two groups was one being irregular nouns and another being nouns of a certain declension. (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62297: This would be more interesting if there was some explanation in the 'solutions' of how the items related to the links - whether they're the name of a work by the poet, a nickname of the poet, a first line or quotation from a famous work by the poet. If some of the clues are quotations, they need to be longer than a single word, because they're not really meaningful, identifiable or unique. It's just impossible to see what the grid is getting at really. I've read works by three of the four Roman poets who were the answers here, but nothing in the grid helped me towards anything more specific than 'latin poetry'. (3 months ago)

Ace @ #62296: Not of general interest. Presumably all about translations from Latin, intended for a school class, perhaps? (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62290: This would be more interesting if there was some explanation in the 'solutions' of how the items related to the links - whether they're the name of a work by the poet, a nickname of the poet, a first line or quotation from a famous work by the poet. If some of the clues are quotations, they need to be longer than a single word, because they're not really meaningful, identifiable or unique. It's just impossible to see what the grid is getting at really. I've read works by three of the four Roman poets who were the answers here, but nothing in the grid helped me towards anything more specific than 'latin poetry'. (3 months ago)

Helga @ #15651: Fun (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62297: Completely incomprehensible, including the 'solutions'. (3 months ago)

Mister Tom @ #62271: TheVan Gough was the real horror villain here... but nice (3 months ago)

Malcontent @ #62301: Sneaky. Very good. Loved the Sugar line. (3 months ago)

mr anon @ #62272: good grid but Vets are not called Doctor. (3 months ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #62250: Excellent! TopsyandTim - red tractor is the British farm logo on food! (3 months ago)

Jordie @ #62262: Just FYI that “penguin” was not accepted as the link for that category, I imagine you probably want to change that (3 months ago)

Lynne DIXON @ #62256: Gallipoli is not an Island! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Commish @ #59307: Also, Brady is NOT the goat. Not-so-subtle way to interject a Patriot fan's perspective. Mountain goats probably don't cheat. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62241: High Qual. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #62256: I'd never heard of an Italian Gallipoli, but what do you know, it exists! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen @ #62254: Please broaden the categories. For example, your answer is "all places in Norway," and my answer of "places in Norway" was not a match. Even just using the country name as the answer category didn't match. (3 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #62245: Ok grid but L missing from volcanic (3 months, 1 week ago)

TopsyandTim @ #62250: Red Tractor? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Trillium @ #62245: This is super. A real chock-a ..... buster! (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62159: Sorry, but you're going to have to explain who is Simon Reeves, because the presenter I have seen on TV has no S on the end of his surname (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62241: Enjoyed that. Good mix. (3 months, 1 week ago)

MrMan @ #1166: wow amazing grid i rly enjoy but i think 2 ez 5 me big brain big booty boytoy i will now write poetry: pleasing to the eyes under appreciated website zumbastic zexy grid (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62235: For the breathing row it's an Acronym Other than that, good grid Thanks for posting (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62245: Interestingly different Good grid to solve, well put together Good work, 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 1 week ago)

Just me @ #62039: Synonyms is just fine. Do you mean they rhyme? (3 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #62227: Very nice! Good combination of links and some neat red herrings (3 months, 1 week ago)

MothPerson @ #62227: Might be just me but the connection that starts with M was a bit too strange and difficult to figure out. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen @ #62238: Africa is a continent, not a country, so doesn't really fit in with the others. Otherwise decent. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #26444: Sauron was a Maiar, though. So can swap.with Nazgul. So, not a grid. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #28824: Bath and Epsom can be swapped. Not a grid, 1* (3 months, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #62070: "Stout" refers to a kind of beer, but I've never heard it refer to a vessel, and I don't see that definition in Merriam-Webster. (3 months, 1 week ago)

dollymix @ #62113: I love the idea of the Shaggy group, but it's a little inconsistent (if it's "In the Shower", it should also be "On the Sofa" and "On the Bathroom Floor") and I think it might be too similar to the "caught" group. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #62159: Nice one, cheers. One minor thing is that Simon is a "Reeve" whilst the others are all "Reeves"es. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #62227: What a superb mix of topics. A delight. Quite easy but excellent anyway. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #62223: @Cristobal The abundance of poisonous animals always seems to come up in humor- and top ten articles about Australia. I suspect this notoriety was partly due to nature shows decades ago shown to young kids (me included) where poor Australuans couldn't go to the beach or reach into a cupboard without getting hospitalized by freakish-looking box jellies, blue-ringed octopuses, stone fish, or funnel web spiders. Anyway, I just used it as a setup for the joke about Vegemite. @Plod Clearly, I'm dubious about spreadable yeast byproduct, but like I said, I'm promised it's good stuff :) (3 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #694: Too obscure (3 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #693: What's powcamp? (3 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #691: What is phantom power? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #62223: thanks for the smile (3 months, 1 week ago)

Cristobal @ #62223: Hmm... I am a bit dubious of the energy group. A bit too broad I think. And how is "poison" australian? (3 months, 1 week ago)

SuperT @ #62228: Is Mexican a language? I thought they spoke Spanish (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62228: Don't they speak Spanish in Mexico? Group would work for nationality, but not language. All good apart from that. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Helga @ #62136: Thanks. Bit different. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Helga @ #62202: Good fun (3 months, 1 week ago)

malcolm @ #62171: lace isnt rope and the americas isn't a continent (3 months, 1 week ago)

malcolm @ #62173: Dwarves not dwarfs (3 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen @ #62226: this is not a grid that is of general interest at all. It is all about one single television programme from some years back. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62143: Even with the correct spelling it's not a great group definition. Related to, yes, ending with, no. As for the vines - no idea what you're referring to here, perhaps more explanation is required? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62227: Nice. Took me a while to spot the hidden words, but got there in the end. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #62226: Not a single name I recognised. Is it just me? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Malcontent @ #62221: Good ideas, but doesn't quite work. Arran and Barra can be swapped with each other between groups, so there e at least two valid solutions for the wall. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #62223: ... and vegemite sandwich. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #62223: Nothing wrong with peanut butter! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Cajun @ #62195: nicely done. The cleaning group was well thought out (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #62195: Very nice (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #56897: OK. (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62174: Why the e on Demi? (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62202: Satisfying. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Gridlington @ #62196: Like the style of this one! But there isn't a book called Hercules Poirot - he's a character in over 40 stories. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62174: Great puzzle. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62197: A proper challenge and an excellently executed red Beckham. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62143: In a word game you should check your spelling. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62199: Devious in the extreme. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62156: Two easy- two niche. Thanks. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62195: Isn't Fresh Prince a valid answer? And where is 'lave' from? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #62174: You're probably thinking of Balthazar as the second Magus, although they are not named innthe bible as such. However, a second biblical Balthazar exists and could have given his name to this bottle. This Balthazar was the last king of Babylon, killed during the seizure of the city by Cyrus in 539 BC. As such I think it's hard to justify that Balthaz and Nebuchadnezzar can't be exchanged. I would certainly not allow for this possibility if I were setting. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #62196: * just for a laugh! (3 months, 1 week ago)

D @ #62173: The Carolingians group is fine and not too obscure. Good grid (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #62171: Enjoy (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62171: Good. Though it didn't give me the hidden word group eve though I put - hidden words twisted fibres rope. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62173: I don't know my Tolkien otherwise straightforward. Thanks. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62174: Thanks. Not too tricky. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #62136: Imp does not really fit with the other three. Otherwise a good grid, if a bit too easy. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #62174: Very easy but a nice mix. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Krista @ #62112: How hard is it to remember/guess the decade!! But I enjoyed trying. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Krista @ #62114: Bloody Santa`s Reindeer!🤣 I`d`ve got 10 if I`d seen them. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Krista @ #62171: Enjoyable-I like winning.The last one nearly fooled me though. (3 months, 1 week ago)

EOS @ #62174: Very nice red herrings. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jon @ #62173: The Carolingian dynasty one is pretty weak - First, the kings of the Carolingian dynasty were rules of different Frankian empires, which "became" the Holy Roman Empire as much as it became France - Louis could be any king/emperor of that title. The other three names are very specific. The association still works, but it's not great. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen @ #62173: Great grid, with some excellent red herrings. One in particular, but I won't say which so as not to give anything away. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Davi @ #15859: White and Rapunzel are both Disney princesses. (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62173: OK, but the French dynasty stuff is pretty obscure (3 months, 1 week ago)

Pam Douglas @ #49668: London stations for the Waterloo group fits (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62119: High class grid. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62136: brilliant. (3 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #62170: 5 star grid. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Omegaman @ #61778: The surname that links the forenames is Corr so that should work as well. (3 months, 1 week ago)

malcontent @ #62083: Some good ideas, but there's a typo (Cyldesdale for Clydesdale) which is misleading, and because New Forest, Exmoor, and Dartmoor could all be in either the horse breed group or the National Park group, there are at least three equally valid solutions, so the grid doesn't actually work as the walls are supposed to . (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62159: Nice and easy straightforward grid, with a couple of good red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jmelb @ #61628: Friday (night) I'm in Love (with your music grids) (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jmelb @ #62036: tna (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jmelb @ #62106: ant (3 months, 1 week ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #61888: great grid (3 months, 1 week ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #61932: Perhaps accept more vowels as well as one consonant? Nice grid, thanks (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62144: Thef ? Stick leave ? Typos ? Poor explanations. (3 months, 1 week ago)

D @ #62134: Ramsay is spelled wrong (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ant @ #62070: You should replace the Sorcerer in the Harry Potter line as it's more commonly known as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ant @ #62079: Certainly a challenging grid. I eventually got the idea, but I think I would have needed a little more time (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ant @ #62106: Very nice grid, thank you! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62134: Think I must have been lucky. It only took me 38 seconds. Nice grid. Thank you (3 months, 1 week ago)

Stephen @ #62135: I wouldn't say this is of general interest, and therefore it shouldn't be posted on the main page. Unless you're a pokemon fan, none of this means anything to you, since they all have to do with various aspects of pokemon. (3 months, 1 week ago)

QwiziRascal @ #62136: Great grid, thanks (3 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #62088: The category including 'hammer' was very obscure! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Mickle @ #61837: Gray!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #62134: Very frustrating. I saw the four categories very quickly, but there was so much overlap of membership, that I couldn't try all the combinations fast enough. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #62004: This is good. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62084: Totally agree with Dave. In fact the endings was my favourite line. Even though I only got it after the explanation! Thank you Kitty (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #43309: das war very good. congratulacions! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Pam Douglas @ #62004: great grid (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #17728: das war gut. i like this. you english pigs do good stuff. i love only connect. my mom hosteth it (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #28408: das war gut. ich habe dies geliked (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #44800: ich bin not happie. Je ne suis pas İdot. But zis is difcult. Yure angleis (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #48: das war gut. ich speaker deutch (3 months, 1 week ago)

zink @ #34856: that ghame was zink af bruh (3 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #62088: Clever. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #59368: Please don't include Pokemon. It's not general knowledge. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62038: Cherry bomb is a thing - so is a red herring! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62069: Ah, the Golden Age. Nice grid. Thank you (3 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #62114: Merry Xmas (3 months, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #62083: Almost very good except no unique solution. New forest could swap with dartmoor (3 months, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #62114: Easy but fun (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #62071: Nice! Should take TV (3 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #61994: Arrgh the cricketers were staring me in the face but I couldn't stop thinking about vegetables! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #62084: Good grid, thanks. County endings definitely not in the least bit obscure if you're British. (3 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #62110: Nice ty (3 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #62069: @Tilly, still easy for you, no doubt. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Scarborough @ #62061: Really satisfying - thank you! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Will @ #62064: GREAT GRIB x (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61923: @Jim, yes I agree, trades or crafts, but professions isn't far out. Funny Car, though, is a category/type in Drag Racing, so fits perfectly with that group. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Will @ #62083: Fab grib x (3 months, 1 week ago)

ALD @ #62103: (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62084: All good until the obscure county endings. That's a bit far out really, isn't it. Spoilt an otherwise OK grid. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Kitty @ #62084: Cheers Ian, corrected (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #52843: Salary- celery?? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ian Sewell @ #62084: It should recognise Isle for island. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Crocodilly @ #62071: Just to pick a nit: Schitt's Creek is Canadian, not American. (3 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #62077: Wrongly categorised. Not even the answers are in English. Should be listed under Spanish (I believe). (3 months, 1 week ago)

davo @ #61807: @tom, yes you can, you can unscrew one and take it home you absolute tit head, monkey bars aren't a concept you autistic mong (3 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #62069: Nice couple of cross overs to keep me guessing. (3 months, 1 week ago)

BexyLou @ #62061: Great grid, just twigged on too late to get all the groups, very clever (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #60135: US states got accepted, so I'm happy. All next to Texas is tougher for Brits. A fair grid overall, and 10/10 for me. (3 months, 1 week ago)

jk @ #62071: Excellent grid! (3 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #62071: Very nice! Some great red herrings. Certainly stumped me. (3 months, 1 week ago)

JF @ #62061: Very tricky grid. A lot of red herrings. I didn't make any of the groups but got all of the connections when the groups were revealed. (3 months, 1 week ago)

CRR @ #62070: Nice grid - might want to allow 'vessels' for the containers line. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62038: Good one, got everything except the Cherry row Never heard of the Cherry thing, so looked it up after Lots of definitions and a valid clue used here You win10/7 Thanks for posting (3 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #62068: Good one, solved the wall in a minute Fell over on the sunny row You win 7/10 Thanks for posting (3 months, 1 week ago)

Men @ #49705: Very hard (3 months, 1 week ago)

b @ #62038: Nice grid. 10/10 for me, so don't let the comment about cherry take hold. There are 4 pies with using Cherry. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Number 1 @ #62065: What a grid (3 months, 1 week ago)

Men @ #52037: Very easy!! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #62061: Nice (3 months, 1 week ago)

film buff @ #62069: ** its vintage! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #62014: Nice little grid but I couldn't get the silver line as I'm not familiar that group. Cheers. (3 months, 1 week ago)

bofa @ #30522: ummmmmmmmmmmm baha and baja? stick to one (3 months, 1 week ago)

datroof @ #62038: It's only a subjectively bad grid to the sensibilities of an objective fool who misuses an ellipsis. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Lalababa @ #62038: Really bad grid, cherry pie is a kind of pie.... (3 months, 1 week ago)

Malcontent @ #62045: Horrible. Very good. (3 months, 1 week ago)

46168000836734 @ #61807: (3 months, 1 week ago)

46168000836734 @ #62034: (3 months, 1 week ago)

Doc Filth @ #62045: Sneaky and satisfying. 5/5. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #62045: Agree with Nighteyes (3 months, 1 week ago)

KKKatie @ #59767: Just destroyed our 6 confetus in a row as didn't accept Berries. Not happy...one star. Thanks btw, good grid otherwise (3 months, 1 week ago)

sexy momak ;) @ #62011: This is the best grid I've ever played. It was mind challenging and also educational. Keep it up 7ovana! :) sexymomak (3 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #62044: Enjoyed, thanks. Can "rhyming" be added to the list of acceptable answers for the "oo"s? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #62045: Excellent grid. Nice mix of subjects, decent red herrings. Good. 5 *. (3 months, 1 week ago)

7ovana @ #62037: Quelle classe la grid, merci ! (3 months, 1 week ago)

7ovana @ #62057: Great grid, thanks ! :) (3 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #62025: Fun grid, word of god (3 months, 1 week ago)

Chasie @ #62053: Wow this was the best fun I've EVER had!!!!!!!!! (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hal Jam @ #62050: Excellent. Are all of the "King" women also names in song titles? (3 months, 1 week ago)

John @ #60853: Loved it (3 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61905: @Naur: No, he's saying it should be accepted as an alternate phrasing for the connection on that row. And it should, probably, but the submitter can never anticipate every possible phrasing of the answer. (3 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61923: I'll defend "funny car" as a thing, often advertised as a feature of a state fair or a monster truck show. (3 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #62025: doesn't feel right. There are certain rules governing crossovers and I think you have fallen foul. (3 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #61807: good job (3 months, 1 week ago)

Daylen @ #62030: :) (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ade @ #62014: Agree with Kev. I thought it was a great grid. Thank you bbctol (3 months, 1 week ago)

jim @ #61923: They are trades, not professions, and "funny car" is not the best clue, now is it? (3 months, 1 week ago)

Ross @ #62036: Ecin dirg (3 months, 1 week ago)

Toni Gornals @ #61834: sobrassada de maeorca (3 months, 1 week ago)

che @ #61829: che (3 months, 1 week ago)

Kev @ #62014: @ tony james - Shut your hole and make your own grid. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Malcontent @ #62004: Very good. Only just solved with half a minute and one life left. Took ages to see Warminster fitting in its group, even though that was the first link I spotted on the wall, and didn't see the Londonderry link, until I was trying to eliminate things from the Warminster group. (3 months, 1 week ago)

tony james @ #62014: if horse is an answer to a set, don't have it in another. (3 months, 1 week ago)

Alejandro shoron @ #62021: a (3 months, 1 week ago)

tony james @ #62039: set of twin mirror etc acceptable answers should include more, not just synonyms. synonyms for two e.g. (3 months, 1 week ago)

nitpicker @ #62033: Except that the tiger's name is spelled "Khan" Loved it anyway (3 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #62014: Should take "Lewis" and "C.S. Lewis" (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

DizFreak13 @ #62034: WOW!!! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Casey @ #62033: YOU'RE A BIG DWEEB WHO MAKES BIG DWEEB PUZZLES LUV U (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61960: Very nice wall (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Josh @ #61508: There are multiple solutions to the puzzle. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9716: Capnbob said it - 5 years ago! Sort these answers out. Since when are scones bread??? Tosh (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hal Jam @ #62025: Not unique. Blue blood is an expression, red velvet is a cake. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61991: @Lin. You're right, I'll have to alter the grid now. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lin @ #61991: Pummel not pummel:( (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #62004: Loved it, thanks! I was just too slow. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

David Maidstone @ #62011: Excellent with well structured connections so we get them too (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ant @ #62004: Very enjoyable puzzle. 5* :D (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62009: It's cricket. Top grid. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #62009: Geez! Indian football league? That's pretty niche! 😄 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #62004: Great grid! Nice to have a theme across all and then some red herrings within each category. 10/10 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

John @ #28362: My favourite quiz on here so far (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #62004: Nice. Some original ideas too, (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Helga @ #35217: Great fun! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61991: Very good, plenty of red herrings to choose from 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61992: Great. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61994: Ditto, thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61981: cunning. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #62000: 5 for difficulty. Really great grid. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61999: Nice one. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61807: This is good. Cheers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61988: I like the idea but half of them I don't know so I couldn't solve it. Cheers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61994: Nice and easy does it. Cheers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

quodlibet @ #61936: Nice! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61966: Brandon lol - Nice grid (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9714: Boston squares - really??????? Who cares. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61974: Nice and easy straightforward grid, clever red herring 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ben @ #60879: This is my favourite one ever! Hilarious. Bravo (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Almudena @ #61865: (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61939: Nice concept. It took me a while to get, but (almost) got there in the end! Typo in "Happy Potter" I think. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61966: Clever red herrings (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

bobby @ #61947: your game was harder than a brick (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61966: Great grid! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61966: 5 stars. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

tom @ #61807: can you have a singular monkey bar? the act of swinging from bar to bar is what makes the act monkey like. much to think about. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61939: Nice variant. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61960: Brilliant grid. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

CRR @ #61959: Thanks for the grid. Might want to correct the misspellings - e.g., show business; margarine. I thought that was a link! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

davo @ #61883: What sort of pimply little nerd (who has no sex might I add) knows what prefixes are used for navy ships on other countries. I bet your Dad drinks to numb the pain of how absolutely pathetic and lowly you are. And your mother, well chances are she's run off with a sailor or something daft like that you feckless little whelp. I reckon you ought to knuckle down and, if you can quite manage it, you human sphincter, make a better grid next time as this is the absolute nadir of PuzzGrid you infantile pant-pooing bumhead. -davo (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

AJC @ #61938: I didn't need ANY London knowledge for this one. Disappointing. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

b @ #61933: Spelling errors don't help, though I guessed anyway. And too many answers bounced me out on perfectly acceptable responses, which you can perhaps consider another time. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61947: Easy but fun (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61936: Got me in the mood for a salad. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61904: Never heard of an Oyster Card. Must be a London thing! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61905: That's called a red herring Stephen. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61906: Good grid, didn't get everything! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61924: I was positive one of them was going to be things that hang. Haha. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen Peters @ #61905: "Growth" seems like it would also be a reasonable description of the interest, etc. category. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61934: Ridiculous. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Baron @ #61904: Nice grid, requires knowledge (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61933: I believe Hatings is a typo for Hastings (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

S M TATTON @ #61933: Hastings !!!! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Chris @ #61895: Superb. My favourite one for ages. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

David Maidstone @ #61926: Liked extra extra, but as with many contributors wish you'd make connections more robust so we don't have to write an essay to get them. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Gridlington @ #61906: American submitter, Ade! It can sound like 'hock" in some US accents, whereas we would say "hork". (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61926: Extra extra, read all about it! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61923: Thought it was great, thanks. Good use of friends characters' names as red herrings. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61926: Decent, thanks. However, forgive my ignorance, but what is extra extra? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61898: Very enjoyable grid! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

CRR @ #61924: A nice and easy one, thank you! -not sure if you know this but one line accepts 'names' - a bit too general maybe? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61906: Phoenician. Hock? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61840: Lovely stuff. I feel like you mainly did this for the Maris row… (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

AJC @ #61904: Nice grid, requires knowledge of molluscs! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Darragh @ #42675: BRILLIANT! My first time ever playing it and absolutely loved it. Keep up the good work xx (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

LittleQuill @ #61904: @CRR All quizzes require knowledge, what's your point? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mr Trick @ #61903: I slipped up, saw the hamster and assumed the TV sorry _ television) prog. Also got two wrong i.e. John H and Lloyd B. Cheers (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

CRR @ #61904: Nice grid, requires knowledge of London! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Simon @ #59048: @Mickle I am from one the said counties, bought and boat are very similar in pronunciation. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Rys @ #61900: Someone get the (Chris) Pine-Sol (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Rys @ #61811: Only Connect did something like this in their speed round. Like then, tore my hair out . . . but in a good way! Somehow. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61881: David Maidstone, when you know you are right, just take the point : ) (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Lynne DIXON @ #60163: Wouldn't accept currencies or body parts (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stinky Poops @ #61900: UH OH STINKY (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Poopy McPants @ #61900: This was a stinky stinky puzzle poopy. Try adding more Stinks to the Stank to get it juicy. Less firm poops led to soft puzzles. Think about the drop before it drops. Stink up and dont be afraid to stank up stinks (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9588: Spoiler alert - don't bother (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9588: Spoiler alert - don't bother (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61881: whirl dat wore - 🤣🤣👍 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9586: Forget Meatloaf/ Meat Loaf - forget this grid (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen hawkins @ #61876: Pretty good (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61866: Good grid. Nice mix. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bau @ #61840: Va bene, A+ grid (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

George @ #61883: Wow what a grid. I particularly liked the concise explanations of the groups. And the straightforward not at all obscure nature of the groupings. grid setters could learn a lot from this grid (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #61837: grey is not spelled correctly (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #61807: not bad (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

David Maidstone @ #61881: Shame the common annoyance of only accepting TV rather than television. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Trillium @ #61881: 👍 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

aliwight @ #58276: good grid. allowing synonyms would be good! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Barbara Wight @ #60410: Nice (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ms Slink @ #61845: Excellent mix of subjects - very nice stuff (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61881: Thanks barry womble! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

00 @ #61879: That's a strict algorithm! Sorry barry womble. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61845: Nice grid. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61881: Brilliant! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tom @ #27834: Brilliant as usual, elegant a good description (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61881: *Just a bit of fun (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61840: 5 star grid, thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61879: Really enjoyed this although ACDC was not accepted without the /! Thanks though! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61879: Nice (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ms terry @ #61840: Bene factum (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Livia @ #61811: Should've been fiendish! This was fun, but really really really difficult. I didn't know half these titles with the vowels put in, but removed, it was just about impossible. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

CornWoman @ #61811: Love the missing vowels concept and literature is underused on this site in my opinion so nice work. I'm going with Jesus here, even though these are famous authors and you've not introduced any extra spaces, given the time limit you might want to make some of the works a little less obscure. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

film buff @ #61864: Only managed Talking Heads, ty (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

film buff @ #61867: I liked it! ty (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61811: *knowing* (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61811: I'm with Barry and Aetees. A case of lowing something about lots but not sufficient about some things to br good.. My bad, you're good hence only 5/10 for me. Great fun (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Umar Siddiqui @ #10899: love this grid (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Umar Siddiqui @ #61840: great one nice clues (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #61866: Nice grid- hard but fair, with a good mix of subjects (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #61747: OLYMPICS! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mat @ #61813: Appreciate the attempt but it doesn't really follow the point of the game. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #61811: Hi, just your local savior to inform you that these are timed (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Moondog @ #61862: Truly difficult. Well thought out challenge. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

kondja mia @ #61800: very well crafted (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

kondja mia @ #61807: good work (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

kondja mia @ #61810: excellent fun (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61800: Loved it! Cheers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

sophia @ #61747: i lost out on a point for writing colours rather than colors, while colours is the way they spell it in my country (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

edward @ #61834: thank you for welcoming me to the nutgarden, twas peng grid was dwelling was so love sosa (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

seymour @ #61834: welcome to the nutgarden, where the peng grid dwells, dis grid was peng my guy (*)_the bamski loved that tingandgale (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61831: Not bad, but you really need to work on your allowable answers. Got all the groups and connections but in none of them did I choose any of your accepted answers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61832: Windows is not an electronics company, not a company at all, just a Microsoft OS. Deliberately confusing. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #61811: Fabulous (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61813: Is does make sense, sort of, but it's far too obvious, and the answers just accept any word in the clue, so kinda pointless. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Steve @ #48610: Easy peasy lemon squeezy (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Erin @ #61813: I think this misses the point, these aren't connections just common phrases. The "connections" don't even make sense. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61836: Nice grid. Great red herrings, especially on the goat category (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ant @ #61811: Tricky grid, too many obscure titles for anyone who is a hardened literary buff. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

00 @ #61827: Too much similarity. Unpaid. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

JAHADDI @ #35081: 7 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mahammad l @ #35081: uhhh (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

46168000836734 @ #61679: Far too parochial (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #61815: The Aslan group is VERY tenuously linked! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61771: Straightforward but highly enjoyable, thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61810: Quality. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61769: Nice one, thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61811: Perfection in grid form. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61807: Nice and easy straightforward grid, a few good red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

mal @ #61774: Nice grid! Well thought out, a bit different. Quite easy but fun (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Just me @ #61778: Happy St Patrick’s Day (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61800: good grid! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Richard Boyes @ #61746: You spell lead, not led as in Led Zeppelin. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61792: Cool idea. Very different. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61747: Nice but would be nice to have some red herrings (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

jacob @ #61779: please tell me what you thought about my grid, ill respond in minutes (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61774: Good grid, thanks (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

SugarPi @ #61773: That was intentional as I felt it was only fair. Technically the category is still correct even if you only recognize half the connection. Thanks for the feedback, though! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61771: 2 lines yes, two lines no for me. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61728: Brilliant. But too hard for me! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

John @ #6833: Should accept relatives for the family members but great quiz (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61765: Hah! Sneaky, two such similar, yet distinct, groups. Didn't fool me though -;) (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61773: Not often I'd say this, but your answer grid allows too broad a definition. I had no idea of the film link, but it gave me a correct score for 'games'. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61716: Love the reference to Captain Scarlet- my favourite programme as a child!! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61740: Excellent! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Puzzfairy @ #61747: Well, it's listed as a US grid, so . . . :) I did go through a second time to check the linking terms you provided. You can/should shorten ("truncate") them so when someone enters a typo (like matj or colo4) or uses strange, ungodly spellings like maths, colour, analyse, or manoeuvre, they'll usually be marked correct. So yeah, "mat" works for math or maths, "colo" for color or colour, "tra" for track or tracc or trak, "elem" for elements, etc. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Cockles @ #61733: Superb. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Puzzfairy @ #61713: @Ace I can understand why someone would think so but it does work. @Tyvent Winners of Emmys, Tonys, Grammys, Oscars. If you explained each link that simply, as just the award won, not person+show/movie winning the award, would that not work? Or would there be multiple solutions? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mr Trick @ #61733: I had the times of my life. Thank you for the fluttery stuff (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61765: Very neat, chuckled at the Var row 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61728: Newts and toads are amphibians, not reptiles. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61717: Nice. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61752: Great grid, but underrated by others thus far. Thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Grid McGrid @ #61717: I have updated the two so that it now accepts both chilli and also vehicles (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

David Bynum @ #61750: Wow!! Amazing puzzle (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61736: What was all that about? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Gridlngton @ #61746: No crossovers, so it was very easy. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61746: Another quite simple one, but led should be lead. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61747: Nice straightforward grid. Do try to include non-US spellings, like maths, colour, etc. in your answers. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Heaven @ #61727: Vani (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Heaven @ #61727: Looooky (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Monkey @ #61727: Ignite (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ben @ #61559: I did all of this on the toilet. Took me seven goes. The puzzle not the poo poo! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ben @ #61717: I have eaten every one of these answers! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61717: Nice easy grid, except for the wording of the links - vehicles and chillis not accepted for the transport and peppers groups, though both are equally valid - actually never heard of ghost chilliss or Aleppo chillis referred to as ghost peppers or Aleppo peppers, but I know there are red and pickled chillies. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bbsgirl @ #61716: I got 10/10 and so do you! Loved it. The group containing Harmony really made me smile. Thanks. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

martain greenshields @ #44654: free my boy pippin, man shouldnt have been aresttttttteeeed (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

martain greenshields @ #61736: you can forget about this one, compiled by a halfwit (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

megamart @ #61736: great grid, really pushed me to the very end of my knowledge, best grid of my day, thank you. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61714: Great grid. Clever and fun. Thank you SugarPi (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61726: Didn't like that two of the groups featured one element that doesn't really conform. In both cases a name, first one being used to make an expressions that is not at all common (as stated for the connection) and secondly an obscure foreign name being used as a word. If you're playing word games you really should only use 'real' words. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61732: I don't get the colour group at all. Fingers, sure, but none of the other three are in common usage. The level of abstraction required for the anagram group is absurd. (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #61717: Came to same the same thing! (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61729: @mal. I agree with your general comments, but where are you from that hello doesn't rhyme with yellow? Are you just saying Hallo or Hullo (both of which are sometimes used in written English as alternatives to Hello)? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

count snackula @ #61728: Toad is not a reptile (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Savage @ #61728: Or amphibians? (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

00 @ #61731: Downton (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61397: Great grid. Thanks :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61397: Great grid. Fresh. Thanks :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61714: Loved this grid. Thank you :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Moondog @ #61674: No apologies needed. Dove was a superb (Red Herring) clue worthy of the question setters on the show. It fooled me, and you deserve respect for your lateral thinking. Thanks for a grid that totally confused me and that I thoroughly enjoyed. Post more please! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

mal @ #61729: This is... not good. Hello doesn't rhyme with yellow, and the rest is really random nonsense. Impossible guesswork. Needs a lot of work, if you're serious about making a grid ( I'm not convinced) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #61717: Should take vehicle (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #61561: Bless you, my child (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Julie @ #35663: Medium not hard, I think. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Neil @ #61559: Genuinely one of my favourite ever grids! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen hawkins @ #61715: 2 easy 2 hard,not bad (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61690: Too clever by half, I thought. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hey_Buddy @ #61470: Very niche! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

sienna k @ #35081: done it (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61713: No, that's not how these grids work. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61688: Well done. Was convinced the book group was classic rock albums - never heard of The Sound, so no chance really. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

toon@lovings @ #61696: I loved this, thank you so much babu! XXxxx (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

toon@lovings @ #61695: amaaazzing puzzgrid mi amor tank u tank u!! xxx (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

abi @ #35081: i was sick at this (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

MAYA H @ #35081: this is so cool and easy and im the bset (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61478: Very amusing! Thanks :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61651: Loved this! Thanks :-) 5* (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

W. @ #61688: Miss grids like this...so many red herrings and good connections (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

DianneM @ #49886: This one had me stumped? Then I read the answers and of course! Loved it thankyou. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61685: Great grid. Thanks :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Lover IT @ #61695: < < ?????? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

MrTheRock @ #61695: It's about drive, it's about power. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Grumpus @ #61695: harumph (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Sw33Tilda666 @ #61695: Where da $ardi$ @ ? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Lompee @ #61695: @Merle yes deer, gewd jobbings xxx prid of you! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Murl @ #61695: Lompee....I clicked on every box....deed I get it rite? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ronda @ #61695: HARHARHAR "Ooboob", wait till Miss Marshmallow heers her new nickname, harharharhahrharhahr xxxx gewd one xxx (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pipp1 @ #61695: Hip hip, it's Pip, we enjoyed eet, 10/10 (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

MUMNDAD @ #61695: Deeri Poppit we got zER0 and Pip got them all...BEWHEWHEWHEW!!!! Dew another one for Parents, poppit!! Pleaze :0 (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9327: Ok - only if you are an obsessive fan of Back to the Future. If not - not a great grid. Thanks for trying. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61690: Well I liked it (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jürgipopsi @ #61693: You are my shining star, I love you from afar xxxx (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #61675: Very tricky, only got 5/10. Thinking B de Banzie or B Blethyn. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61255: Enjoyed that (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61678: I'm so old that if money was called green, I would have heard it by now, and squirrels do not eat leaves (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Lin @ #61396: Didn't take canal...no confetti :( (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61685: Nice and easy straightforward grid 10s all round Thanks for posting NB: You might want to tighten up on the Bear row, it accepts "animals" (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61679: Nice grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61688: You bastard. Thought I was very clever for spotting the pathways, but ran out of lives due to the red herring. Very good. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61674: Nice. Thank you Plod (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #61679: Really nice grid. solvable but tricky. Good work (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #60979: That was OK (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #60928: Using Paul for the sake of it doesn't work for me, Paul. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61633: Some obscure people in that and obscure ways of desperately bringing their names into the grid. Did not enjoy it one bit. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61648: Couple of dodgy things here - cobalt, and what's a first star? Didn't get Tom Hanks, but that's probably down to me. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61680: Seems to be in Spanish despite UK flag. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61683: Better. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Meh @ #61681: Can't edit it - the email didn't come through. I'll resubmit later. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61681: Looks good, but you need to correct the massive typo. Bohème not Bohey, or the whole grid is nonsense. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61652: B-o-x-s-t-e-r. Nice grid though, thanks. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61676: Nice mixture of clue types. Not sure the Midden group link is brilliantly worded, but the logic behind the group is decent enough. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

CRR @ #37058: Look I'm all for the preservation of regional accents but it's rather unsupportable to suggest that Tuner is a homophone of Tuna. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61679: Great grid, thanks (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Barbara Wight @ #61678: Very tricky my dear!! Also very talented!!! CONGRATS!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61651: Nice grid with due deference shown to Joan Blondell. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61669: great. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61674: Very satisfying grid. Thanks. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #61676: Nice (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61675: Very challenging grid. _Mayo does not belong in that row. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #61419: Leopard is weird (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61650: cool grid.:) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61636: i dont believe that a hen is a real animal (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61665: wow (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61666: Nice and easy straightforward grid, after a bit of guesswork 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mister Tom @ #61652: Very good indeed, and quite straight despite the many herrings (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61653: I liked this! TY (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

film buff @ #61651: Fun and easy! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61636: Yes. Hen. It is in fact a bird, lol. A female chicken. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61635: Very clever. Far cleverer than me, in fact, who forgot all my GCSE chemistry. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dan @ #61633: Sagan is dead. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61653: Nice. I particularly liked Pandora, but I'd be surprised if anyone actually spotted it. I just assumed it was "good qualities". So, only 7. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hal Jam @ #61636: Hen? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61343: Zulu are not native Americans, so previous comment is unjustifed. But "fluid dynamics" is getting a tad too scientific. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61444: OK that grid, OK. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61588: Don't think many on this site speak Korean, and new grids with Russian links are in bad taste, in my opinion. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61646: I clicked my Ruby Shoes and found myself in New York - I'm taking them back for a refund, :-) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

quodlibet @ #61646: Liked the cocktails! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #55298: Not just journalism, I just put interrogation words. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #61651: A good theme and a good grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61584: Nice grid, annoyed I didn't spot the dot ball till it was in the group. After all I am a scorer.. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61557: nice (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Whatever @ #61638: Hey Jesus you can turn water into wine but can you benchpress 320kg (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #61651: Just a "nod" to film buff grid grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlngton @ #61648: Nice grid thanks! Not sure what a "first star" is though... And it's Cobalt (not cobolt) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlngton @ #61651: Nice grid! - weird though, that the principal listed actor of "Grease" is Joan Blondell, not Travolta or Newton-John! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #28538: Liked the Prime Minister line (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #28546: Japanese author very obscure (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gog-ette @ #61635: Loved this. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #61638: Radical (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #61645: Very clever. I was delighted when I saw three, the the fourth, was ok with it when the 5th was spotted but numbers 6,7 and 8, well wow. Bravo 5* (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #61643: Oh well done, got me with JB ty (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61642: *title (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Movie Buff @ #61642: The tie was The Detective (1954) I watched it yesterday as it happens. Always enjoy these puzzles. Ty (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

WrinklyDink @ #61633: That was a grrrrreat grid! So many stars and such a fun way to get ready to finally go to bed! Good work! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61634: Tremendously devious. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

film buff @ #61643: hi barry womble, she was Vi the lady at the diner. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61640: Great grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61643: Is Joan Blondell in Grease? - Mind blown. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

film buff @ #61643: ** VINTAGE WARNING (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61640: Liked it TY (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61638: Ditto (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #61638: I think your mum's calling you for your tea now. Maybe come back when you're older than seven (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

felix888 @ #34892: clever grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61605: I really enjoy solving these, good stuff. Cheers. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61635: Clever grid. Cheers. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Rachel Chapman @ #61634: Good grid. Satisfying. Thanks (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kron @ #61634: Excellent red herrings (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Matt @ #61611: Didn't accept 'containers' and didn't accept 'martial arts styles/moves' which is what those characters are presumably named after. Grid of the day? Wouldn't have thought so. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

bofa @ #345: we got it! also j sucks (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Professor Solvo @ #61632: Well Done! I always enjoy orchard91's puzzles! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Paul @ #61611: storage utensil? i think the word you're looking for is container. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61625: Nice. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61604: Super tough. Very challenging. Well done! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61622: Tough one. Very well done. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nero Wolfe @ #61611: (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

JonBob @ #61611: Shadow group really threw me! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Barbara Wight @ #61616: Congratulations Ali!!! What fun!!!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

F @ #61615: Too contrived groups (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

jim @ #61621: Good one (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

aliwight @ #61619: Wouldn't let me put in my name and it went under "vow". Made the same quiz 61621 under my name aliwight (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

jim @ #61616: Great for your first wall!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

jim @ #61618: good stuff (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #31834: Fun (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61611: Good grid. Made me smile. Thank you Morgan (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

I HATE JAMES FINSTER @ #61613: Best grid ever? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

I HATE JAMES FINSTER @ #61612: Awesome grid :D (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

I HATE JAMES FINSTER @ #61487: Very bad grid - did not enjoy it! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61573: Excellent, once I stopped putting the same ones into a cricket group I solved it. Shame I then typed gricket instead! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61527: Nice, I put anagrams for the palindromes which works too, but went for ice instead of soda. Which doesn't fit with stream! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61462: Nice grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61589: Good grid, interesting groups, but none of the literary devices or figures/speech in the 'figurative language' groups are actually figurative. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61606: Classic mix of high and low brow: it’s what we’re here for! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Mickle @ #59048: Bought isn't a homophone for boat in any accent - certainly not Yorkshire or lancashire. Just awful, or as we like to call it: cheating (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tom @ #39029: Quite good but I prefer puzzel rather than knowledge based questions in fiendish (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

ur mom @ #61579: is this u dw? room too cold (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Castellan Spandrell @ #61559: @Ace perhaps, perhaps not... a Dame is a gentry title whereas the rest are peerages (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61600: That was brutal. Cheers. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Oslo @ #61602: Hence the preface Naur. I am prepared to plough through American girds and those designed for teenage computer game/pokemon enthusiasts - even though I am neither. "Variety is the spice of life" as they say. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61600: Never heard of mum flowers. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9275: Adverts??? Wtf (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #1: puzzfart (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61588: agreed, susan (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61589: Thumbs up queen. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61602: I'm sure this would be a fun grid if I were Norwegian. I am not. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Oslo @ #61602: *just a bit of fun (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61600: Wish palindrome and flower worked as answers, but solid grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61601: coincide is meanie (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #61118: Compiler clearly does not understand tautology or oxymorons...... (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61561: Normally I hate grids where I have to solve a puzzle in order to get a piece of the puzzle. I like my good old fashioned Only Connect styled walls. Yet, I knew enough about half of these clues that I was able to pick up on the 3-dimensional theme and actually play! Good work. Would you believe me if I told you the first thing I recognized was Pyramid Head? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

me @ #53550: Good one, but what on earth is box 20 about in the match group? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61529: Sorry, Kitty! My bad. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61575: Managed to get the exercise equipment one on accident and yet it was the only one I didn't know the connection to. Pretty tricky. I'm a big fan of the pain group. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61597: Not sure if a quiz specifically about Pennsylvania should be posted to the home page. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Simon @ #61586: interesting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Simon @ #61589: Very good. I liked it (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gridlngton @ #61557: Excellent fun! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

turnip @ #61156: Okay, @THE HEAD ADMIN, please elaborate. Can't attempt to please you without knowledge of what you deem to be low quality. (P.S. Please remember "low quality" is not synonymous with "I couldn't solve it") (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Susan @ #61588: good (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #4971: Boy's names threw me too! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #24856: Should it be Olly Alexander's band? That threw me. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kay @ #61557: Surely, "cardinal directions" is just as correct as "compass points" (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

quodlibet @ #61557: Took me a while to get it, but I liked it! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61559: Good grid! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61550: Nice. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61553: Peasy, thanks! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61557: Plod is God. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61553: Good choices, want to watch some of those now. Sidney Poitier, Gary Cooper. Enjoyed that a nice easy mental exercise (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61557: Nice n easy (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tash @ #61501: Please add 'allergens' as an options for guessing types of allergies (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61515: @Plod: not sure it's used like that in the UK. Although I've not lived there for some years it certainly was not when I was growing up there. It's only listed as a US usage in Oxford and Cambridge dictionaries, and as slang is some others, and I suspect it has indeed come from a distortion/misspelling of scoff. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61559: Not quite a unique solution. Duchess could swap with Dame and both groups would still work. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Joe @ #61562: Please don’t post any more grids (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

SugarPi @ #61553: Please consider adding rank and/or ranks to the accepted answers for military titles. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

haywood @ #61398: pretty sure I saw the "pink" group before - but apologies if misplaced, it's a good grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

haywood @ #61568: Clever. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

pe @ #49986: Super grille avec plein de fausses pistes ! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Torbjörn @ #55549: Nice (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61557: @Freddgar - Oh of course like a Fairy Martin, silly me. Cheers. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61557: Very nice and fairly easy 10s all round Thanks for posting @Hamburger it's a bird, same family as Swallows (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61552: Nice grid; connections were not too tough, but I couldn't for the life of me see the connection in the group containing cake. Even though it was obvious once I was given the answer. Well done. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61559: Nice and easy straightforward grid Liked the Juneau line 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

malcolm @ #61553: Military title army soldier? I think the word you were looking for is Rank (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Aetees @ #61557: Good fun. Thanks for posting. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #51732: Glows rather than Shows surely?- otherwise OK (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Feza @ #51028: Zeilonka's rude comment should be removed. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Feza @ #51028: Nice one, thanks. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dan @ #61562: Laugh does not rhyme with scarf. Clearly a southern softy. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Feza @ #47422: I thought the same as SeedyEm. Nice grid tho. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Feza @ #52050: kakkamies, red-herrings like Pride are deliberate. They make it more challenging. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61561: Very different. I like it! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Feza @ #47791: Nice one, thanks! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61557: Cool but how does Dean Martin fit in it's group? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #61557: Nice one! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61553: Great grid. Never had confetti with one of yours before! Thank you film buff (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #61557: Easy but fun (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61551: Cool. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #61529: Solid grid, thanks. Cricket not currently an Olympic sport though! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ms terry @ #61553: Rightio, Igor will do (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Brinky @ #61533: The grid is good and tricky but the mathematical constants do not work when capitalized which I know are the rules. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Igor @ #61553: I did enjoy your grid, thanks, but... In your explanations, please also state which word to be added goes with which clue. I know that I can look them up but that little bit more from you would allow me to move onto the next grid a bit sooner. (This applies to other setters as well!) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

we @ #61555: luv youse! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Paul @ #61552: Nice use of sesame. (RIP Neighbours) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #28437: So annoying when it doesn't accept the connections. Happens too often . (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61553: Yay !! Actuall got one of yours 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61552: Nice and easy straightforward grid Couple of good red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Big man dave @ #35291: poor! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #23323: Really enjoyed this. Favorite one so far. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ms terry @ #61549: Liked it! TY (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61549: That was fairly easy but super enjoyable. Being a student nurse made the first category a lot easier though haha. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61548: heavy cream...? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61548: booooooooo! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hal Jam @ #61545: Not unique. Green Party and Labour Day. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

slopmaster @ #61547: grow up!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61547: nice!!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61546: Great grid! Thoroughly enjoyed it. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61546: very cool!!!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61545: Absolutely brilliant! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61505: Ditto (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61391: Very challenging, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Had no clue the meats were all sausages, and the French red herrings were great. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61532: Dollitle is presumably meant to be Dolittle (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61501: This was a serve. Loved it. Slay. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61508: yes!!!!!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61534: Well I liked it (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61526: Omg I hate superheroes!!! >:( (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dark Night @ #61534: Me thinks you protest too much. You state awful as you simply couldn't do it. Never mind, Chin up old fellow. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Teffy @ #61537: fiendish, indeed. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61537: fiendish, indeed. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Naur @ #61533: Great puzzle, bestie! I very much enjoyed this! So many red herrings. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dark Night @ #61537: You’re a clown (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dark Night @ #61534: Awful. Can someone please make a grid that doesn’t include Prime Ministers, dances and cocktails? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

00 @ #61534: Rockerfellers surely? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61515: Not sure about US Ace, but used in Aus and UK (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #50348: Ary could fit first row.Not heard of bright leaves. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

cristobal @ #61504: Agreed. Yorkie and Aero are chocolate bars made by Nestlé. Cadbury and Mars are manufacturers, although Mars is also the name of the chocolate bar. A bit too complicated to make a good group on here. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #50351: I thought it was a good grid. Thanks. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

cristobal @ #61521: Hmm, I'm little rusty on my Napoleonic Marshalls. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #14571: Never heard of cabbage as money (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

A @ #61492: Scorchio! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61500: Good one. But rhythm needs an extra ‘h’. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Caz2 @ #12924: Enjoyed this one (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61501: Not many folk have trees in their garden, and I have the allergy group down as stretching things a bit. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61521: Tremendous. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61219: very nice (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

ernst blofinger @ #32387: excellent grid.... (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61460: Nice grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jovana @ #61500: Hello, "car models" isn't accepted for car brands... And also, y is a vowel in these words, so I said "words where y acts as a vowel, and it's the only one" and it wasn't accepted, but it should be :) Have a nice day! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61501: Two of the groups have a lot of interchangeability, with at least hone and milk being able to swap with eggs. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61504: Got all the groups, but not the swift connection. Too old/cultured/uninterested, I guess. But the chocolate group isn't really internally consistent. Three of them are indeed bars, two of them are manufacturers. The UK link is correct only if you allow one manufacturer together with three bars. Could have made more of it. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61505: Great grid - hard but in a good way! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61515: I can see what you're going for and it's close but not quite there. Love the concept though and look forward to more in the future! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61515: scarf? Is that an accepted American term? Or just a misspelling of scoff? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61518: Burgundy, not burgandy. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

neilb4god @ #61492: Managed to get 10/10 on this. Which was nice (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Est289 @ #61495: Great grid! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Susie @ #61193: Awesome stuff! Thank you for the fun game:) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Est289 @ #61508: I got my confetti! Thanks! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Sredni @ #61507: What a fantastic grid! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kat @ #6833: Please can you add "relatives" for the family members group? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gabba @ #61502: This is bad. Try again (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Wasp71 @ #61496: Enjoyable. Thanks. (ps. You obviously have to be more specific than "films") (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

quodlibet @ #61483: Never heard of a lot of these, but managed to solve it anyway. Liked it! and liked it better when I saw the hidden theme. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Rys @ #61392: I didn't think this puzzle was so bad that it should not be on the default page, so I upvoted it. I solved two rows, but palindromes jump out at me and I am a musician. Even though I play video games and went to school, I don't think I could have solved the rest with even ten minutes, and I bet the other people rating this puzzle felt the same way about most of the puzzle. Anagrams are usually very tough to spot, and long ones take a long time to solve. I suggest you use no more than one anagram puzzle on a wall so people have a chance to solve it by default (when people solve the other three). Also, since they are usually tough, anagrams do not need to be tougher with a link to a niche subject, like video game characters. Simple is better, I think. Replace-a-letter (or add or subtract) puzzles are also easy to frustrate people with. Similar advice if you think to use them. So those are my suggestions. Please feel free to tell me to pound sand :) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61493: pOor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61496: I typed films for the FILMS category and it said I was wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrrr Poor. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jeffthe12th @ #61492: Good Grid Made Me Happy Good Day Sir From Jefff (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61497: poor! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Jeffthe12th @ #61500: Thank you Duncan I take back all previous comments (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

duncan is sad @ #61499: Duncan I see you everywhere. Get a life. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

drake @ #61502: Fun grid, love the original categories. Ignore people like Duncan trying to be pedantic and miserable. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61499: Not as poor as your other one... But still poor... (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

zed @ #61501: Great grid! Very fun and challenging... too challenging for Duncan obviously!! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61500: not poor! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61502: all names are nouns ya big dingus (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Duncan ley @ #61501: not a true grid. Poor! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61499: 3 groups are good Please rethink cancel culture row - be more specific e.g. tax evasion rather than "done bad things" Thanks for posting (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

CoolMan69 @ #61499: Very Pog Quiz Very Wow Much Pog Many Smile Got Whole 6 Point (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Bilbo @ #39823: Doesn’t accept the answer Pokémon, despite it being correct! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61497: good red herrings, but I don't think I should have to know foreign drug culture! Even after 4 seasons of Breaking Bad I did not know this one. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Ms terry @ #61491: Enjoyed this TY (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Hey_Buddy @ #61493: Great Neneh red herring! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61491: Four of the homophones do not work. Vault rhymes with malt, volt rhymes with bolt. What and why are pronounced with initial aitches. Jewel has two syllables, joule has only one. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

bloss @ #61491: tricky! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61482: Nice concept. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

David Maidstone @ #61492: Enjoyed this but it is one of my favourite shows. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Deborah @ #61031: Sorry to say that I should have got 10/10 but the grid only awarded me me 6. It did not accept “languages” as the answer for “language subjects.” I learnt from this and then typed “scientific subjects” for my next answer however it did not accept this either. Maybe just make the correct answers a bit broader if possible (as I know it has been pretty broad in other grids :) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61486: Great ideas, good fun, but rudder and oar can be swapped over so there are at least two valid solutions to the wall. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61389: I'm not into musical technicalities, which cost me a point (and therefore in fact three points), but otherwise a good grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61434: Enjoyed that. Good red herrings. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #60906: "Components of air". Keep it simple : gases! Candyman? Really. Sounds a bit childish if you ask me (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Kitty @ #58367: Good grid, although didn't accept werewolves, plural! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Christy @ #49628: I really loved this grid. It was such a clever concept...but it did make it easier once I'd spotted what was going on! :) (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

J @ #61484: Good except Gugu Mbatha-Raw is English (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Stephen @ #61478: Hahahahahaha on that one category. You know which one I mean. :-) Nice grid. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Gog-ette @ #61398: Really enjoyed this one and the confetti shower! Good groups - not too tough. Thanks. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

James Finster @ #61487: Very nice grid - really enjoyed it! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Trillium @ #61470: Consider giving explanations of the links for those who know little about the subject. Thank you! (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Trillium @ #61482: Delighted by that! 😃 (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61478: Amusing. (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Helga @ #11760: Nice mix of groups (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61484: That was the pits, why i dismiss brad? (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61482: Fun one (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

b @ #61450: Good, but I didn't get the bed answer (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

starfairy @ #61482: plink plink plink plink plink! Good one, ty (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Macca @ #24921: You’re so thick, you’ve misspelled rotor so that isn’t a palindrome thus invalidating the whole grid (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Plod @ #61482: * may need a refresh (3 months, 3 weeks ago)

Scarborough @ #61477: Lots of good red herrings and clever categories! TY (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Smiles @ #61118: Really loved this puzzle! Just thought of another potential answer, Bi product (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #55877: Excellent - with a common theme among the connections as well! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #30127: Y is a vowel, you douche (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Mr Solver @ #61469: An amazing Grid! Thank you! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Paul @ #26538: Isn't it preceded by golden, rather than followed by? Nice grid though:=) (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

LB @ #60572: Wouldn't accept hidden creatures (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61463: Nice and easy straightforward grid Maybe allow sea areas ? 10s all round Thanks for posting (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61459: sports equipment is there but I used a capital S - now changed. Work doesn't fit because 'life' would have to be 'life's. Thanks anyway' (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Buddy Holly @ #61151: Simon, we didn't get beach for the one about beaches (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

JB @ #61459: Doesn't accept 'sports equipment'. And '_work' is another connection for the home group. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Observation @ #38254: J - ? (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Mr Ruth @ #61434: Pretty good (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61427: Lovely - nice mix of "obvious" and deception. Damn Cameron and nice to see AWT, been missing for a while. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61452: Smashing grid, educational to boot. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tilly @ #61451: Waste of Time as Owen Paul said 1986 ty :-) (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #60560: Good one (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ace @ #61458: Very easy, but anagrams should really be actual words in their own right, not simply random rearrangements of a set of letters. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tom @ #61460: Good grid, lots of red herrings, good variety in the connections (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

edpo @ #61436: @Nick Houldsworth -- John Hurt appeared as the "War Doctor" in a couple of episodes in 2013 (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Jovana @ #61458: novelists and writers should be accepted for the authors group (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nick Houldsworth @ #61436: John Hurt as Doctor Who?? Otherwise fine (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nick Houldsworth @ #61458: Disappointed that 'same letters' failed for one reason, and 'novelists' for another. Otherwise fine (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Critic @ #59049: Not the best puzzgrid I've ever seen, try better next time! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Paul @ #61398: Very good. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

turnip @ #61446: That "Red" group was impossible for me. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ms terry @ #61447: You are right. And normally I do leave off plurals (under other monikers). Just got a bit distracted but I do realise how annoying it is - sorry! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tyvent @ #61448: @Olivia No kidding. I think it's harder to make the letter puzzles solvable and fun, but you did it, Hero. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Tyvent @ #61447: Quick tip if you're not aware: when you enter the acceptable answers, it's almost always best to truncate each term. Try to include only the minimum amount of letters that gives you 95% confidence that the player has the right answer(s) in mind. For instance, instead of "orders" in this puzz, it's probably better to use 'order' or just 'ord' (as long as someone uses a word starting with ord, it's marked correct). This makes typos and players guessing your 100% preferred answer less important. Regardless, great puzzle here! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Olivia Nava @ #61448: That billionaire one! That was fantastic. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #61434: This is good. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

CornWoman @ #61391: Very nice. The four groups of sausages have given me quite an appetite. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #9181: Blues was correct over 5 years ago. Answers still need sorting duff grid. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Nighteyes @ #61435: Never heard of parlour or pyrrhula, but still confetti. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Chiddler @ #61282: Sorry Gagalady, but one of the 4 countries making up the United Kingdom does indeed has St Patrick as its patron - Northern Ireland (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

nikki @ #44919: I put "Super Auto Pets" for the Deer/Fish/Grapefruit/Sheep and i got it right.. ikyky (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61435: Great fun - saw three links straight away, but a couple of answers in two groups were beyond my general knowledge, so I only sorted one line in time. Got all four links though. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Malcontent @ #61429: Very good. Good groups, good fake groups and redherrings. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #60389: OK (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61422: Very enjoyable, thanks. I thought Littlewoods sponsored the FA Cup, but maybe they sponsored the League Cup at a different time. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Ade @ #61397: Super grid. Feeling really superior after reading comments because 10/10 for me. Thank you Lampton (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61428: Corpus Christi is spelled wrong (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #60655: Good. I got the groups but failed with "pre" (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #60671: I don't know where you got Times Radio from (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #61259: I got the groups, but I missed out on the "butter.. . . " answer. Good one. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Paul @ #61343: Not accepting "Native Americans" instead of just "Tribes" makes this almost unsolvable. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Elvis @ #61427: Best one I've seen here. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry blue @ #61422: Excellent! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

8 @ #61423: (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

RMP @ #61401: Very neat! Cleverly done, defeated me (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

THE HEAD ADMIN @ #61156: I deem this Puzzgrid....LOW QUALITY. I have selected the rabbit 🐰 (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

VCM @ #61398: Good one. Confused by all the car brands but heyho (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61398: It's not a repeat - I haven't seen any of the elements before but I'm sure bits will exist amongst the 61k+ other grids. -Thanks for the positive comments from various players. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Alex Martinelli @ #44122: 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑 (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Albie @ #44122: Hello (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

B @ #60273: The clue's in your name. Makes it easy. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Gaz @ #61419: Leopard???????? (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Hypatia @ #61395: 9/10 - but should take "grandpa" (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61418: This was very hard. Fair enough though - thanks! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #53599: Great grid. Please keep them coming! (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61417: Real 5 star grid, thanks so much. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61389: Good solid grid. (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61256: Great grid. Thanks (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61282: Very enjoyable Thanks (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61389: Love this grid. Thanks :-) (3 months, 4 weeks ago)

haywood @ #61406: excellent crossovers and red herrings, just about do-able. Great grid (4 months ago)

haywood @ #61398: it's a repeat, no? (4 months ago)

Plod @ #61414: Nice! TY (4 months ago)

mal @ #61398: easy but nicely put together (4 months ago)

Tbone @ #61415: No idea what the TEEN category even means. Mangos Teen? Teen Mangos? Makes no sense to me. (4 months ago)

Jacob Kingsbury Downs @ #61279: This is my favourite wall in a long time. Woo! (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61398: Quite good (4 months ago)

Simon @ #61414: more to fray bentos than just a chicken pie! (4 months ago)

Simon @ #61413: I liked it and I learned about art techniques win win (4 months ago)

barry blue @ #61398: Great fun, thank you. (4 months ago)

barry blue @ #61401: Excellent! (4 months ago)

barry blue @ #61411: Circus = fail? Am I missing something? Also, Errors isn't spelt correctly. (4 months ago)

loisen @ #61413: Very strange was hesitant at first still weird but decent i suppose (4 months ago)

Simon @ #61406: Love it!! (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #30723: This grid is indicative of what a sad human being you are (4 months ago)

ratsupreme @ #61391: 10/10 all around, didn't understand why they would all be sausage-related (4 months ago)

B @ #61391: Enjoyed that. 10/10 for me and for you. Don't understand the other comment about two groups of sausages. (4 months ago)

B @ #61390: OK (4 months ago)

Nia @ #61369: Thanks Gwion (4 months ago)

Lou @ #61391: i solved the grid but I'm a bit confused by the two groups of sausages (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61397: I got them all, just. not in the correct order or time. Well done ty (4 months ago)

turnip @ #61318: Wow! Never have I ever before taken a look at board and said "Who the devil are any of these people?" Definitely out of my element here. (Nonetheless, I got 1/10 from the obvious grouping.) (4 months ago)

turnip @ #61350: Was totally out of my element with the "Obey" group. 4/10 for me (The only group I got was the "Priest" group, right away.) Great quality as always (4 months ago)

turnip @ #61395: Nicely done. Loved the red herrings. Only managed 2/10 (from the connections) A small nit, "clown" should definitely be capitalized. (4 months ago)

turnip @ #61304: Confettied in under a minute. But nice grid and definitely nice tribute by you. (4 months ago)

Joe @ #61396: The 'birth' group doesn't accept the answer you have put. Stopped me getting my confetti :( (4 months ago)

Freddgar @ #61396: Nice and easy straightforward grid Couple of red herrings 10s all round Thanks for posting (4 months ago)

Freddgar @ #61397: Excellent, didn't solve anything 🤔 Knew some, but couldn't match a row You win 10/0 Thanks for posting (4 months ago)

Freddgar @ #61398: Very good, nice and easy but oodles of red herrings. 10s all round. Thanks for posting. (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61362: Stupid auto correct DOH! moments (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61362: Dog! not dog moments (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61362: Dog! moments. What a shower I am. Dunk, Wells etc. Ty (4 months ago)

Fraser @ #61397: Wigan has one G. Nice grid (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61390: Nice and easy ty (4 months ago)

Just me @ #61390: Very easy (4 months ago)

Snackula @ #61375: nice and easy (4 months ago)

Aetees @ #61390: I enjoyed that (4 months ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61353: Excellent!! (4 months ago)

Plod @ #61362: That's me lol! (4 months ago)

bloss @ #61390: Hi Jmelb! Hope you are well. (4 months ago)

Dan Egan @ #61118: Nice!! (4 months ago)

mal @ #61375: Very easy ( 18 seconds) but nicely put together (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #32315: You can remove umpta from your name (4 months ago)

Jmelb @ #61390: Lovely! Hi bloss. (4 months ago)

Monty @ #61308: As a Beatles fan I loved this! (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #33466: These are supposed to be fun, you can suck your own dick without paying for internet (4 months ago)

Hamburger @ #61362: Very hard, but fair. Cheers. (4 months ago)

Hamburger @ #61375: Good. (4 months ago)

Victoria Coren-Mitchell @ #54763: We have enjoyed all of your puzzles. Thank you ;) (4 months ago)

Victoria Coren-Mitchell @ #39608: Thanks Fartdad (4 months ago)

R4m @ #61386: Was not not at all bad until my final (incorrect) answer was revealed....but "these are all E.......................". Seriously? (4 months ago)

Victoria Coren-Mitchell @ #61120: Well done (4 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #61375: Hmm. I just discovered that the comment stops if you include a "less than" sign. Hence the above apparently odd remarks. (4 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #61375: (4 months ago)

Nighteyes @ #61375: Very easy (10 in (4 months ago)

Shewal @ #61351: Really enjoyed this one! (4 months ago)

Shewal @ #61378: Really enjoyed this one - some interesting groupings! (4 months ago)

Atticus @ #26889: Nice one! (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61374: Satisfying. Thanks (4 months ago)

nighttime @ #42420: Would not accept answers in French! :( (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61335: Making a fiendish grid is difficult. Making one that's virtually impossible is simply pointless. (4 months ago)

malcontent @ #61366: Nice groups, good redherrings, not too obscure, but three hidden word/word puzzle lines and only one knowledge based one is a bit samey. Good fun thanks. (4 months ago)

Just me @ #61342: There doesn’t have to be any red herrings. Good fun grid (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61315: superb. (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61350: Brilliant. (4 months ago)

Atticus @ #27068: Lemon? Did you mean Lemmon? (4 months ago)

Bindipper @ #61351: The ratings aren't a reflection of how good the grid is. I've seen some shockers with 4 stars and good ones with 3. It's a flawed ratings system. 10s of thousands of grids in and I don't think we have a single 5 star game. (4 months ago)

Cheeseburger @ #61351: I rated FIVE STARS, my favorite one yet! (4 months ago)

Lindybeige @ #61310: Very difficult, but I live in the right city to score 10! (4 months ago)

Lindybeige @ #61315: The category including 'allergy' was far too hard. (4 months ago)

poop @ #54971: I see what you did there (4 months ago)

poop @ #54971: I see what you did there (4 months ago)

Just me @ #61351: I thought it was good (4 months ago)

Snackula @ #61222: good (4 months ago)

JF @ #61353: Nice grid. I only got 2 because I fixated on first names and thought that was a common theme among all groups. Got all 4 connections once the missing groups were revealed. (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61353: ....disagree - absolutely great grid. (4 months ago)

reply @ #61356: Well I liked it (4 months ago)

Dave @ #61315: Very good. Wouldn't have got theatre parts in a million years though. (4 months ago)

Stephen Page @ #61351: It marked incorrect tye word anagram when the answer was anagram. Very frustrating. I was on for 10. I wanted my streamers (4 months ago)

also jesus @ #60250: i would like to echo jesus's statement above (4 months ago)

reply @ #61351: A lot of rankings are going down, its a pattern. (4 months ago)

Hamburger @ #61351: I'm not sure why this is ranked so low? Need feedback. (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61361: Really poor quality (4 months ago)

rat supreme @ #61086: I like it! More, please. I only got 10/10 (4 groups, 4 connections for a total of 10 points), but I cannot complain about the quality. Great red herrings. Five stars! (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #34290: Too easy (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #34307: Your categories suck! Meet me in the mcdonalds parking lot! (4 months ago)

Avenger @ #9113: The sporting group should accept "final" . Not sure the system message telling me to make a mental note to give my self the point works!!! VCM would give the points - sort the system out!!!! (4 months ago)

Avenger @ #9108: These answers need sorting out - got the links no problem (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61353: poor (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61222: quite good (4 months ago)

Geraint Jones @ #61342: Thank you. Enjoyed it. (4 months ago)

Becky @ #61353: I enjoyed that! Great grid. (4 months ago)

Gridlington @ #61342: Fun but easy! (PS It's 3 dog 'night', not 'nights') (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #16183: Good one. Thank you. (4 months ago)

RMP @ #61353: Satisfying! (4 months ago)

barry blue @ #61353: Great fun! (4 months ago)

JF @ #61342: Nice fun grid. No red herrings given the nature of the questions though. (4 months ago)

Neil Davidson @ #61222: Brilliant, brilliant grid. Thank you! (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #49628: Loved this. (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #49087: Nice one. (4 months ago)

Core Crew @ #61315: Excellent grid. Great crossovers and brilliant anagrams. Well done. (4 months ago)

Bill @ #61344: Nice grid, but should allow “Occupations” in the professions category. (4 months ago)

Est289 @ #61343: Great to see a fellow Frasier fan! (4 months ago)

zbj @ #61299: Nice - i forgot about cricket - and yes, IASIP is one of the best ever. (4 months ago)

Jmelb @ #61309: Of course! (4 months ago)

Spikethecat @ #61342: Fun! Thanks :-) (4 months ago)

topzão @ #61334: 📴 ☸ 💾 (4 months ago)

Miri and Sam @ #61313: STRUGGLETOWN (4 months ago)

Dave @ #61316: Decent. Snuck through with sixteen seconds left for 10/10 (4 months ago)

Adam @ #61299: It's always Sunny in Philadelphia is a sitcom. Check it out, it's amazing! (4 months ago)

David @ #241: Boston = 70s (4 months ago)

David @ #237: What's a yellow card? (4 months ago)

David @ #61316: Great fun, thank you. I shamed myself by guessing old jobs for the group containing RGN BN MN. (4 months ago)

Adam @ #30596: Evil red herrings in this - most categories have 5 answers in the grid (4 months ago)

Bob @ #61301: Our team absolutely destroyed this grid (4 months ago)

Adam @ #21280: Great grid - fair and just tricky enough without being frustrating (4 months ago)

Adam @ #42675: Fun grid mostly, but "black plague" isn't really a thing... Bubonic Plague was often referred to as "Black Death" but I've never really heard the two terms mixed around like that (4 months ago)

Gridlington @ #61222: Very good! And at last, anagrams that aren't glaringly obvious! (4 months ago)

JafarAstro @ #6364: Currencies didn't accept currency and lanes didn't accept lane - its worth including these if your link is plural. Also, the england cricketers one is not the names they go by or spelt correctly. (4 months ago)

B @ #61316: Quite tough (4 months ago)

Tilly @ #61309: Spotted it. (4 months ago)

linz @ #38772: just to let you know you've spelt Edinburgh wrong in this one. some great grids though- well done (4 months ago)

RMP @ #61324: I think you are forgetting that some films have their origins in older (much older) stories (4 months ago)

m @ #61301: Tom Hanks' has a tiny voice cameo in Cars. That's rough (4 months ago)

TRIFFIK @ #61316: enjoyed that - TY (4 months ago)

Aetees @ #61315: very good (4 months ago)

Paul @ #61301: Damn, those "things you can ..." ones always get me! (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61282: Also of Northern Ireland, which is. (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61306: Nice one. Never heard of three of the dances, but the group dropped out and I guessed correctly. I like your inclusion of Hell in that definition ;-) (4 months ago)

Gagalady @ #61282: Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland ... which is not in the United Kingdom. (4 months ago)

GavinJ @ #61301: Not sure about Cars. (4 months ago)

B @ #61034: Just fine (4 months ago)

B @ #61081: Weird (4 months ago)

B @ #61301: When I saw the answers I had to acknowledge I was beaten by a good grid. (4 months ago)

Tyvent @ #36657: Grid seems to be down :( (4 months ago)

Puzzgrid Admin @ #61291: Splendid (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61295: Good. Thanks. (4 months ago)

grid consumer @ #61291: Platinum is an element (4 months ago)

Spikethecat @ #61300: Good grid. Thanks :-) (4 months ago)

Liam @ #40133: What was the other stu? (4 months ago)

Liam @ #40133: Oh llandovery night. Bun flour: ah-wah-wah-la! (4 months ago)

Paul Thistlethwaite @ #61286: too many red herrings for me, I worked out 3 of the categories but identified no groups in 2 goes (4 months ago)

Loin El Richie @ #61286: Hiding a pig in a pigeon? (4 months ago)

Crocodilly @ #61286: Launch can also be proceeded by Day. (4 months ago)

B @ #61123: Not bad, and to my mind I got 10/10, but I prefer films to movies (4 months ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61300: Updated - thanks (4 months ago)

B @ #61043: Good tough one, but I got there. Good marks from me. (4 months ago)

B @ #61299: What on earth is the Philadelphia thing?! (4 months ago)

Lou @ #61300: Maybe accept knitwear for the jersey group. (4 months ago)

B @ #61103: Food is too general, and few of us eat pure barley : it's more of an ingredient than a pure food, in my opinion (4 months ago)

B @ #61289: Ok that one, OK. (4 months ago)

Fiona @ #47100: Really good grid... (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61291: Totally swallowed the Normandy herring. Nice grid. (4 months ago)

ElMukahe @ #61295: Tomatoe? (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61277: Well I got the Beatles (Thanks!) but I'm too slow-witted today for the rest. Still want more Beatles, please. Brilliant grid! (4 months ago)

sfumato @ #61286: Got one group, all four connections immediately afterwards. Sign of a great grid. Well done! (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61291: Physics really needs to be physical to make the group work, and you should accept singular values, e.g. element, instead of just plurals. And as for pokemon.... (4 months ago)

Aetees @ #61267: Well worn groups but quite fun. (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #38753: Good fun. Agree with DH! (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61254: Satisfying linking on the whole. Thank you. Just not keen on the inclusion of "crazy" terms I am afraid. (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #38760: Fun grid (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61257: Good one. Thanks. (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61267: enjoyable grid. Thanks (4 months ago)

Von @ #61267: saw the confetti, my sort of subjects and some good crossovers (4 months ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61286: So many red herrings - love it! Thanks (4 months ago)

felix888 @ #61286: Clever! Just too many crossover options for me to sort in time! Thanks though. (4 months ago)

Gaz @ #61282: Brilliant.... almost had me until 5 seconds to go (4 months ago)

haywood @ #61267: 3/10 - ya got me. Clever grid. (4 months ago)

haywood @ #61118: Totally misunderestimated this grid! (4 months ago)

Maverick @ #58311: enjoyable! (4 months ago)

Ade @ #61260: Ah, memories of Robert Lindsay. Thank you (4 months ago)

Ade @ #61256: Really good. Thank you (4 months ago)

B @ #61220: I've marked this down because I put answers of "old coins" and "hotels" which were both rejected. Need some licence, some flexibility in it. (4 months ago)

B @ #61267: I'm not into Will Smith, so that was tough (4 months ago)

Anisa @ #61118: 10/10! Thoroughly enjoyable (4 months ago)

Dolp @ #61279: Might change it then, thanks (4 months ago)

Enzed @ #61279: I don't think "back in the loop" is a phrase- "in the loop" is the only one in common use (4 months ago)

Anon @ #48141: Good easy puzzle. (4 months ago)

Anon @ #33156: Didn't get any. (4 months ago)

Anon @ #33156: Didn't get any. (4 months ago)

Anon @ #21280: Good puzzle. (4 months ago)

Fiona @ #47791: Excellent grid. (4 months ago)

Anon @ #61267: Good puzzle. (4 months ago)

Fiona @ #28219: Excellent grid... I knew the connections but couldn't work through the redherrings. (4 months ago)

Hamburger @ #61276: Pretty good overall. The sharper line is a bit of a stretch though. (4 months ago)

Fiona @ #61276: Excellent grid. Love the description that goes along with Eamonn. (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61267: Endemic (4 months ago)

majak @ #60443: na poslednu 4 sme dali riesenie "prikazy" ale nebolo to akceptovane (4 months ago)

JayJ @ #61039: @BinDipper Holy crap, couldn’t agree more (4 months ago)

Mouse (D.P.) @ #61258: Millhone two LL,s. (4 months ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61267: Knowable subjects, several crossovers - it's what people want (4 months ago)

Dave @ #61238: Found it challenging and ran out of time having got 2, but got the connections once the wall was resolved. V good! (4 months ago)

barry womble @ #61263: Enjoyed, thanks. (4 months ago)

B @ #61257: I've marked you down on the answers - "people who write" - I said authors; and I also used a different word for your criminals, and my answer was just as good (4 months ago)

B @ #61222: Nice one, but I think those anagrams have been done before. 10/10 for me, so I'm happy (4 months ago)

misof @ #39509: 10/10 ale asi minutu mi trvalo kym mi dosli tie prelozene sifrovacky :D (4 months ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61043: Nice (4 months ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61258: Nice, no heard of Milhone though, so spent too long looking for the last detective (4 months ago)

SF7 @ #61039: A great grid, nice and easy. Full marks always puts me in a good mood! (4 months ago)

Pam Douglas @ #61118: good! (4 months ago)

VCM @ #61263: Not too difficult - which suits me! (4 months ago)

Vicky @ #61263: That was a good one (4 months ago)

QwiziRascal @ #61263: Nice grid, thanks (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #15081: Nice to be reminded of the Jennings Books ! (4 months ago)

Rowena @ #60122: Good grid (4 months ago)

bigz @ #60913: Tympanum. Tympanic membrane. Not tympan. (4 months ago)

B @ #60709: What's T-Pain? And Gagarin was a cosmonaut, not an astronaut (4 months ago)

David M @ #61259: Nice topical one, thanks (4 months ago)

Hamburger @ #61255: Something different; enjoyable, cheers. (4 months ago)

Est289 @ #61255: Nice grid! Thank you! (4 months ago)

Est289 @ #61257: Nice grid! Thank you! (4 months ago)

Jovana @ #61238: The PVGEHF (rot13) group are actually all types of BENATR, but that wasn't accepted as a valid answer :) (4 months ago)

Paul @ #61118: Very clever grid. Thanks. (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61238: qt gd (4 months ago)

Shane Miles @ #61118: quite good (4 months ago)

Nick @ #61196: I think Kim Hunter should be Kim Hyde (4 months ago)

Patsy @ #61200: Just wanted to bring to your attention an issue with one of the connections, namely the Skywalker one. Leia was never a Skywalker, she was an Organa. And Ben was never one either, he was a Solo. (4 months ago)

Ant @ #61208: VGTBLSRNGRLL is missing a P. (4 months ago)

wordy @ #61225: Atticus the difference in curb only applies when referencing the edge of a pavement. Check is a herring (4 months ago)

B @ #60808: Get your suffixes and prefixes sorted out. As for oars and whores, well, really struggling there, aren't you. And what's nonmarine? Non-word, if you ask me. (4 months ago)

kondja mia @ #61238: Not too tough in the end, but good fun. (4 months ago)

B @ #60739: Group answers too precise. I claim 10/10, you're giving me 6/10 (4 months ago)

kondja mia @ #61239: Very fun (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #35425: I hate you as a person, based solely on your grids (4 months ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61230: Fairly easy - needs more crossovers (4 months ago)

Loin El Richie @ #61202: (4 months ago)

Loin El Richie @ #61208: 'Festa Della Carne' (4 months ago)

Loin El Richie @ #61222: (4 months ago)

Ade @ #61224: Great fun. Thank you (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #36088: SYNONYMS! (4 months ago)

Dave @ #61208: Fair enoughski. I would argue that they are all fairly well known pizza varieties here in the UK. Think Vegetable Supreme is a Pizza Hut one, Meat Feast is a pretty common name across different places. (4 months ago)

Dave @ #61219: 👍👍 (4 months ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #61060: nice (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #36270: Jelly legs? More like" Jelly makes-terrible-grids" (4 months ago)

Jesus @ #36383: I enjoyed you, glad I made ya (4 months ago)

Mickle @ #60920: Very poor (4 months ago)

nush @ #61239: Nice grid :) (4 months ago)

Atticus @ #61225: Curb and Check both belong in the 'restrain' and 'UK/US spellings' category, so there are two solutions (4 months ago)

B @ #60935: What on earth does "Jackknife" contain that's a fruit? It's not available at most supermarkets! (4 months ago)

David @ #182: wedding and birthday groups are just too close (4 months ago)

B @ #60947: Worst I've seen for days, I'm afraid. Joe 90 - really! (4 months ago)

Felix888 @ #61238: Good one.Thanks (4 months ago)

Tyvent @ #61118: Acceptable answers for tautology updated! Any other suggestions are welcome. (4 months ago)

Trillium @ #61224: Fun 2 play! (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61208: Not bad overall, but let down by the pizzas, two of which are in no way generic (I'll just about forgive HWN). One can only assume must be on the menu at some specific UK chain. (4 months ago)

Chris @ #61118: The grammar nerd in me loved this! (4 months ago)

Vicky @ #61118: really great grid! (4 months ago)

RMP @ #61222: Excellent mix of different sorts of links. Very enjoyable! (4 months ago)

bbctol @ #61222: Just stellar! (4 months ago)

RMP @ #61217: For the hidden words things I think it is better to use real words (4 months ago)

Tom @ #38326: Clever and accessible (4 months ago)

Ace @ #61225: Nice one. Loved the skiing-related clue in particular. 10/10 but it took me nearly the whole three minutes. (4 months ago)

B @ #23323: Why would anyone but the oddest youngster know about "first person shooter games"? (4 months ago)

Nick @ #42770: The answers for two of them are 'time', I would make it so two sets aren't the same. (4 months, 1 week ago)

paul @ #61222: Can;t believe I couldnt see the anagrams. Well done! (4 months, 1 week ago)

misof @ #61118: Lovely grid, easy but really enjoyable! (could also accept pleonasms for the group you call tautologies) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Avenger @ #8637: Trades not accepted. Neither is this grid - useless (4 months, 1 week ago)

Avenger @ #8625: Worthless grid (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61039: General note: Just because you haven’t heard of something doesn’t mean it isn’t a perfectly valid entry on a perfectly good grid. “Too niche?” “Too obscure?” Have you ever watched Only Connect ffs? Regard learning something new as a good thing or, alternatively, don’t do frickin’ puzzles. (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61210: I like this one for originality of the Tim group but it’s not a unique solution BB. You can swap Skinner with Burns I’m afraid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61201: Probably the most important single engagement in the liberation of Europe from the West after D-Day? Ummmm… yes I’ve heard of it before. You know you don’t need to know each and every clue to solve a connecting wall, right? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Thankyou @ #43252: I’d love to see Lee Mack in Enter the Dragon!! Enjoyed the wall, this one made us laugh! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Thankyou @ #43252: I’d love to see Lee Mack in Enter the Dragon!! Enjoyed the wall, this one made us laugh! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #36814: Hey, guess what! You suck (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #61184: The days of the week was terrible. +1 sin on your permanent record (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61201: Modern history is a reasonable topic, but don't you think the falaise item is bit niche? Had you heard of it before? Have any other solvers? (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #60662: OK, but York was the only red herring, and once that was eliminated it was easy (4 months, 1 week ago)

Mickle @ #61146: ridiculous (4 months, 1 week ago)

Mickle @ #61146: Ridiculous (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61189: This is good. (4 months, 1 week ago)

socrates @ #60982: probably my favourite grid yet! went far too simple and merely guessed at colours for the black/green/red/pink connection, so missed out there :( thoroughly enjoyed the concept, thank you (4 months, 1 week ago)

foldylock @ #21280: got twisted thinking about william taylor but overall a good one (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61019: Good stuff, but solved quickly. (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61039: The dogs are a bit obscure. If I saw an Akita in the street, I wouldn't know it. Same with Maltese. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61184: Chew is perfectly acceptable, even normal, in much of Britain. Didn't like the Cali group though, never come across bungalow or roll in that context. Are they common terms in the US or elsewhere? (4 months, 1 week ago)

nighttime @ #30387: It is "run around" not "turn around" (4 months, 1 week ago)

socrates @ #61153: @Nighteyes PubG is quite a famous Battle Royale I would say. I agree it's probably not the most obvious available answer, but I think it's perfectly reasonable to expect a fair number of people to recognise it as a battle-based video game. Your comment seems a tad condescending tbh - I thought the grid was a lot of fun (4 months, 1 week ago)

david A garcia @ #61184: I'm okay with the yod-dropping "toos-day" pronunciation, even though its not quite right to my ear, but "We'll take the chewb on Chewsday"? Not quoit roit, innit? (4 months, 1 week ago)

paul @ #61185: very nice. even though I guess one group because they all started with R haha (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61181: Great grid - fresh. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61184: Loved this grid! Thanks :-) Solvable without being too obscure. Well done. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Brig Brain Broy @ #57078: This was really fun, good job! (4 months, 1 week ago)

starfairy @ #61189: Loved it! Ty (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61128: Please, setters, retire the whole racecar, Hannah palindrome thing!!! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ryan @ #58956: Very puzz, much grid (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hypatia @ #61118: Very, very good! (Should take redundant) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Enzed @ #61178: No, just no! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Feza @ #51349: Nice, thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Feza @ #54971: Nice one, thanks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Josh @ #54760: Played all your quizzes man - loads of fun. Best I've come across here (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #37300: A grid that is just full of names is not fun. You suck and you should feel bad about who you are as a person (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61176: Nice grid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #37452: Venus and Ashley made their own fame, you sexist pig (4 months, 1 week ago)

all belong to the even @ #4: toed ungulates group in taxonomy (4 months, 1 week ago)

owen jackson @ #61158: that was hard (4 months, 1 week ago)

owen jackson @ #61169: it was okay (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #37753: Betty Boop is a bimbo (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #37756: This grid was so terrible that it was actually a waste of my PCs RAM (4 months, 1 week ago)

Owen Jackson @ #61168: bro (kind of) related to schumacher BRO ????? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #38726: This board is one of your worst, and that is saying something (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #38833: I agree with Vegas. This wasn't horrible like the grids that SonJonath makes (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #39040: You tried way too hard to be clever. Please uninstall Windows. (4 months, 1 week ago)

BettyBoop @ #61164: Good grid, thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61118: Extremely simple but delightful. (4 months, 1 week ago)

WrinklyDink @ #60878: That was a good grid! I wondered if I would finish it, but in the end I had to settle for 4 / 4 groups and only 3 links. The fourth one got me. 7 out of 10! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61092: Critic by name... My only problem was slipover. Not once in my entire life have I ever encountered the term. Is this an Americanism? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61169: For the saw group, you should accept films as well as movies. If this site had a FAQ, that should be in it. In the Mine group, mine itself is the only real homograph ( "possessed by", and "hole where minerals are excavated"). The rest all form groups of related concepts, e.g. The teeth of two cogs may engage with each other, or two people may do so, or you may engage someone to work for you, but they all relate to essentially the same concept. Examples of good homographs are buffet ("finger foods", and "jostle"), and compound ("enclosed area", and "join together"). (4 months, 1 week ago)

A.C. @ #4720: Nicely perceived grid, but as a Canadian, my brow lowered at your choice of description, for the Great Lakes...lol. Being neither American or Canadian, and being the only ones in the world, we refer to them simply as they are, 'The Great Lakes'. I live between two and was lucky enough to be raised on the shore of another. I am blessed. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Simon @ #60245: Has no relation to the grid itself, but they are letters in PuzzGrid. Just a little easter egg, that's all. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Matti Hietalahti @ #61169: Can you please delete this? I double posted and this is a wrong nationality. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #52915: Bank and Embankment are unfortunately interchangeable on here (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61166: Very good, 10s all round Learnt what Sixtus meant 😁 Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #61019: Thanks for setting. It was easy, but that's not actually a crime, as I should probably remind myself (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61166: 5 stars for an easy grid with an elegant judicial herring. (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61166: Good grid. Thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61167: Enjoyed the overlapping themes. Nice one. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Mister Tom @ #61167: Nice try. But leaving aside the humber question, Tyne is also a river, so could swap with Thames or Shannon. Therefore this is not a grid. 1* (4 months, 1 week ago)

foxholes @ #61167: Humber is not a river. It is an estuary. (4 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #61167: Nice theme with enough red herrings to make it satisfying to solve (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61164: Nice groups, but very easy. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61019: Good grid, but very easy. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61164: Annoyed I didn't get the link for the group including Bay root. Five stars! (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61164: Yeah. (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61165: Really liked this. More arcane Beatles stuff please! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61156: @Tyvent: They're not really synonyms though. They can all just about be made to fit the definition, although I think rend is borderline, but at best they have similar but not identical meanings that can relate to each other in one specific context. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Anisa @ #61142: 10/10! Perfect (4 months, 1 week ago)

krause @ #58587: I really enjoyed this splendid puzzle. Please send me cock images to my email address. PLEEEeEease!!!!!!!!!! (4 months, 1 week ago)

paul @ #61164: Loved it! (4 months, 1 week ago)

penstamon whippleanus @ #61147: Nothing niche there. Sport of kings. Good grid all round (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bob Dole @ #61139: Bob Dole approves this grid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #61156: I think synonym should be an acceptable answer for Rend etc. Still, a nice, quick board. (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61139: Ahh just missed out on full marks - not a sci fi fan so had no chance with that one! Good grid (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61143: Yeh you've got meter/metre completely wrong which makes it very difficult to solve. I like what you're going for overall and would make a great quiz were it not for the 3 minute time limit. It's 2 quizzes in one which seems too much for 3 minutes in my opinion. (4 months, 1 week ago)

WrinklyDink @ #61139: Not a bad grid, but could do with a check on the vowels group. "words" is a stretch, since one of them is three! (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61147: They are very well known darts players - not niche at all. Just because you dont know the answer doesnt make it niche. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61044: Why thank you, @mat. It's nice to hear. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61071: @phil dillson Yeah, really. Merriam-Webster, definition 3b "a deep pink" (although it usually shades towards orange pink, a fact they didn't mention) A common enough color word used on e.g. paper stock, costume jewelry etc. It's a named color in both CSS and X11, with RGB values #FF7F50 (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61153: Well I got full marks with a normal level of general knowledge. You dont need to know every single square to make the connections. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61147: Good except for needing niche knowledge of obscure darts trivia. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61139: Excellent example of a good, but not too challenging, grid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61143: Apart from assuming a verb where you had a noun in mind, I got all of these, but the connections were just too hard to make in the time available. To be honest, it would have been a reasonable grid if you had just listed the equivalents. But if you want to clue at one remove then keep the group logic simpler. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61145: Did you actually intend to be as obscure as humanly possible? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61153: Pubg war? Let me explain... The idea behind these grids is that you are supposed to use groups that people with a normal level of general knowledge have heard of. (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61154: You cant have two squares as piano, especially if you're left with those 2 groups at the end with limited guesses. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Dollymix @ #61137: Not a unique solution - Horton and Grinch could be swapped (Horton includes ton) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #61137: Interesting notes. Maybe I just haven't felt most of these quibbles because I was introduced to puzzgrid via 'Only Connect' on the BBC, where especially the letter, word-in-word, and lesser known item stuff is very common. As far as Americanisms, for those unaware, puzzles on this site are groupable by country since vocabulary, pop culture, and other general knowledge are heavily influenced by your country (I mean, being American, I've tried British walls on here that I find impossible but are rated 'medium' since it's easier for Brits to work on walls with Britishisms, Berwick-upon-Tweed, and Jimmy Carr). To wit, I'd argue American-specific stuff on an American-tagged wall shouldn't detract solely on that basis. But that's just my theory. . . My GAME THEORY! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Chris @ #61146: Bill Withers, Countries??, as previously stated garbage, (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61142: enjoyable . Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61142: Nice and easy straightforward grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

Pingu @ #61143: An interesting idea badly executed. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61146: Yes, the countries group is clearly incorrect, no idea what it was meant to be about. Very poor. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61146: Countries???? (4 months, 1 week ago)

SC @ #61143: 3.28 feet is a Metre not a meter. that is the US spelling and this is labelled as a UK grid. Cant read a Metre. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61146: This is stupid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61143: Good ideas - but some parts don't quite work (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #60981: Snooker odd balls only is a bit silly, and gh is always silent, so that's poor too, just saying four words contain two letters in common. Poor. (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61032: OK, not terribly challenging (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61128: @Lindybeige That's because "of" and "a" are included in the list of valid responses. (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61123: Nice bit of confetti - thank you (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61121: Decent enough grid but very easy. Would have had full marks in less than 30 seconds but you should include movies for the film grouping! (4 months, 1 week ago)

James Williams @ #61138: I agree, JLSA. (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61121: Needs to accept lower case answers (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61137: I think 3 star is about right. A couple of clues are quite tough outside of the States (the word candy in general for a start). And should accept synonyms for anything that has synonyms. A good enough grid but not perfect = 3 stars for me. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #37515: Lots of fun. Thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #61139: Not too difficult (not many red herrings) but imaginative links. Very nice! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61137: There's also the hard group with two very US-specific terms; I think people tend to downgrade when they come across clues that mean nothing to the rest of the world, like 'hard seltzer'. (4 months, 1 week ago)

journeysa @ #61137: I think people are turned off by that 'x-inside-the-word' stuff for sure. Also it doesn't help that you've got 5 Seuss characters, but you went with 'Daisy-Head Mayzie' to part of the Seuss grouping and not the Grinch. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #61118: Yeah, I avoided red herrings since there was lots more to read than usual, and I figured folks that never studied these oddities before could use more time to identify the patterns. Anyway, I'm plappy to hease! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #61137: Huh. Don't know why this is a 3 star quality so far. I think it's solid! Anyone: do you think folks are less enthused by the ___ [word] connections and x-inside-the word stuff? (4 months, 1 week ago)

JLSA @ #60954: This was solid - annoyed I didn't solve it but I don't know the drink in "Whizzer" (4 months, 1 week ago)

JLSA @ #61138: Game based on a British TV show that views "Colour" as an incorrect answer is probably more than just unfortunate - it is going to irritate people. (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61060: I'll take your word for it. I did a search before I posted the comment because I thought it could be a regionalism, and found basically no usage of "greetings card" in the wild. The most prominent UK source I found at www.gca.cards does not use the plural, and even the business called "The Greetings Card Company" is "the UK’s leading online greeting card shop!" I guess it shows that spoken language does not always permeate the written world as much as one might think. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61119: I solved it but fluked two groups. 7/10 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #61119: Just so happy I got the male names thing (4 months, 1 week ago)

JLSA @ #58387: Sparkling wine/water Barley wine/water That's a bit of a major no-no (4 months, 1 week ago)

JLSA @ #61103: Foods is far too vague for a category. Shame, because the rest of the grid is good. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Cockles @ #61118: Superb (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61118: I like this. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Gridlington @ #61118: Very good! Love the malapropisms. My favourite was “it was so luxurious - it was like living in Uttoxeter!” (Utopia)!🤣 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Malcontent @ #61128: Nice and easy except the Wayne group - Wayne was the only one I'd heard of from that group. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Caz2 @ #14761: Bumblebee bat? (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61118: Fun but a little too easy as there's no crossover but i like the originality. Always nice to get the confetti! (4 months, 1 week ago)

bloss @ #61118: very pleasing grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61127: I got zero, but they were all getable. Nice mix of really good, fair groups. (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61118: Not very difficult due to no real crossovers, but really fun. (4 months, 1 week ago)

ElMukahe @ #61128: The rapper is known as Lil Durk, as opposed to Dirk (4 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #649: womens names but not girls names? (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61092: Pullov and others were a bit obvious, so didn't really serve as red herrings with the Russians (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61019: Good one, Enjoyed that (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61118: Intimidatingly high-brow. Brilliant. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61128: I guessed 'cuts of meat' for the category including 'eyelets' and it said 'correct'! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Horatio @ #61104: @mat quite literally the easiest grid ever put up here - months of the year, world famous sports people - did you think Thatcher was a tennis racket manufacturer? What confused you? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #61092: great grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Horatio @ #61123: Nice grid, thanks. Maybe add 'films' for the Casablance group? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #61121: very good grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

nighttime @ #61121: Mini is / was not a manufacturer. (4 months, 1 week ago)

bombaymixie @ #61019: Ooh loved this one!!!! A few red herrings...nicely done! (4 months, 1 week ago)

bombaymixie @ #61127: WOW! This was a brain-teaser. Well done ;) (4 months, 1 week ago)

freddgar @ #61127: Brilliant, I didn't have a clue on this Well done, well constructed VCM would be impressed, it's OC final level Answers obvious after the reveal, isn't it always ? Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61101: Just a perfect grid. Fantastic. (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61121: Nice grid. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61118: Best one in ages! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Dunn @ #61101: Been a while since I've seen a new grid so well composed :) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Trillium @ #61114: Very cool. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Trillium @ #61118: I'd like to forward this to the Department of Redundancy Department. 😃 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #27132: Sneaky :-) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61117: mouth group could also simply be geographical features. lessen group should allow get less or smaller. Trolley group are also all things found in workshops. (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61123: Satisfying Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #27224: "Up" would also be correct for the "fishing terms" group.... I.E. - " Line up" "Beat up" Strike up" Hook up" (4 months, 1 week ago)

Mistet Tom @ #61100: Simple but good. An ellipse is curved though: it's not circular unless you count a circle as an ellipse with zero eccentricity. I don't (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #61117: Portland Bill? (4 months, 1 week ago)

TNBC42 @ #61019: I don't know if this was an intentional misdirect (as this is my first time solving a grid), but the term "Carbon Copy" is pretty widely used. Not sure if this is an intentional part of the game or an oversight. Fun otherwise! (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61114: Easy once it clicked., but fun for a change. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

bearcules @ #61101: One of the best grids I've ever seen (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61104: @mat; err, yeah, pretty easy. You struggled to recognise any of the UK politicians? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jmelb @ #61093: Thanks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61039: Great grid - got it first time. Fun and tricky. Thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tilly @ #61093: I wondered the same thing. Last heard of, was the day following the F1 result. I do not think Fam is the kind of person able to morph and continue without a "reveal". I have looked at styles and comments but cannot recognise any signs. I could be wrong of course and if you read this Fam congrats on your new persona.🙂 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Plod @ #61118: Nice TY (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tyvent @ #61113: Your goodies row was inspired. Well done. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61118: Loved this fresh grid! Needed to check my spelling though. Thanks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #61091: Cheeky with the Nato alphabet there, got me proper. Nice one (4 months, 1 week ago)

phil dillson @ #61071: coral? really? (4 months, 1 week ago)

dsws @ #60951: P. doesn't exist outside your neighborhood, and C. doesn't exist outside your region. If it's going to require local knowledge like that, the rest should be easy enough that the whole thing is still possible. (4 months, 1 week ago)

misof @ #61101: 10/10 with 0:32 spare. Language anagrams were the last group I found, and I needed to find it to finish the wall as I didn't have enough correct Ians. Lovely wall, great choice of categories, fantastic overlaps - Hislop being an anagram of Polish is a great find! (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61100: good grid. thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61110: Liked the originality of this grid. Thanks :-) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jmelb @ #61093: Hi! I was just wondering what happened to fam? Did he/she morph of just disappear ?: o (4 months, 1 week ago)

D @ #61101: Fun one. Lost two points here - I'd add "demonyms" and "man" (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61101: Superb grid Simon. I do love most of your grids and this was stellar. Loved all the crossovers and head stratching. 6 stars (out of 5) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Charliezard @ #61109: One of the answers says "be followed by" instead of "follow". There's a version without this mistake (#61110), but I don't think I can edit this one, unfortunately. (4 months, 1 week ago)

mat @ #61044: Really fun one, great job as always (4 months, 1 week ago)

mat @ #61104: *Me looking around nervously in American* This is supposed to be easy? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61104: Very good, nice couple of red herrings Straightforward after that 10s all round Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61091: I could have gone with Awards for the Oscar group but that's been done to death. - 'T' added to Quattro thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jesus @ #39131: Terrible grid. One red herring is enough, sinner (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61099: AU group is fine, but the rest are both loose and obscure. Id = apple? Game = end? (4 months, 1 week ago)

GusTheFox @ #61092: Yeah. I think, with the best will in the world, Critic’s complaints are gibberish (4 months, 1 week ago)

mat @ #61103: decent, the food group is pretty broad though (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61100: Didn't like 'tube'. Otherwise good. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61103: The 'colleges' are all ivy league universities. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #61091: Very good, enjoyed the big red herring with the NATO alphabet. (4 months, 1 week ago)

oliver @ #61101: very good, very hard! (4 months, 1 week ago)

foxholes @ #61060: Excellent wall. I concur Greetings Card is absolutely fine. (4 months, 1 week ago)

ElMukahe @ #61099: Please capitalise! (4 months, 1 week ago)

ElMukahe @ #61101: Excellent grid chief, 10/10 (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61019: Decent grid, but just a little too easy. 10/10 in less than 30 seconds. Nothing wrong with being on the easier side of course, needs to be inclusive but I think more experienced players will look for others for a challenge. Nice grid though, well done (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61092: I think dropping the er is great as it confuses you because of the Soviet group. What exactly is a crippled word? All the words that are formed are plausible. It's a good grid, a little on the easy side if anything as I got full marks in less than a minute but there's nice misdirection and crossover and the groups are pretty unique. Well done! (4 months, 1 week ago)

VCM @ #61092: Good one. I thought I was critical! The final group had me foxed. (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61060: Greetings card is 100% a thing. I managed to get them all anyway and within about 90 seconds. Great grid, nice red herring. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61019: Suggest adding "duplicates" to answer key. Nice grid. Got 6 points (all four connections, but only 2 groups) (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61099: The groupings are not bad idea but there are some really bizarre entries, heat death?! Comes before game is a very clunky box as well. And pet peeve - please capitalise the start of a word as using lower case or all capitals is in itself a clue. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61097: First, the nitpick: The first letter in a cell should be capitalized, as per the style guide. The topics are a bit loose, especially the "Dream" group. In general, precise words, letters, phrases, anagrams, etc. are better than simply "related to", because that could mean so much, and the answer space can diverge widely. The "box" clue wasn't precise, as it can't be directly preceded. Also, although I got this group, "sky" was merely a sideline, not the focus of the topic at hand. Keep trying, you'll get better. (4 months, 1 week ago)

SF7 @ #61100: Good grid but a couple of the groups were a bit London-centric. Harder for us Scots! Ended up with 6/10 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Critic @ #61092: I don't see the point of dropping the 'er' from the clothes - seems arbitrary, unless the idea is that 'Jump' might be mistaken for a horse gait. And 'leaving out letters' only (slightly) works when the new words are plausible words by themselves and not obviously crippled words. Also basically no overlap between categories. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Philip Cooke @ #60969: Nicely done. (4 months, 1 week ago)

pedant @ #61078: @turnip - "painters in Spain" was more accurate still, but hey... // To your point, it's a matter of opinion: were you to tell my Spanish better half they were no longer Spanish, since they have produced most of their work (and family) in another country, I fear you might get mashed :) // still liked the grid, though. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #60911: Good one, particular the fast row. Picky me I know, it's poleaxe, but I knew what you meant. Thanks for posting. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61098: No idea what this is about, I could only guess at sportspeople, but didn't think it worth waiting three minutes to find out. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61060: Err, Greetings Card is very much a thing. Not sure where you're from, but it's a perfectly normal everyday term in the UK, at least. (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61060: The problem is that "greetings" works fine in the red herring group, but "greetings card" isn't a thing. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Trillium @ #61044: Tax-free entertainment! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61091: Not bad, although the fish group is incredibly obscure. One slight error - Quatro should be Quattro, with two Ts. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #57936: My first attempt at a solving a picture wall. As a Yank, I did have difficulty with one connection (despite the fact that I recognized Mr. Blobby from years of watching Only Connect and QI), only garnering 4/10. Kicking myself for missing the connection with the shell group. Anyway, well done, thanks! Top rate. (4 months, 1 week ago)

paul @ #61084: Not sure Animal Farm is either SciFi or has become fact, but I get the idea. I really miss groups like 'all things you can ...' so top marks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61078: @Pedant (and I say this as a Marylander (although I've only lived here for the past 30 years, a bit over half my life), that state which embraces Poe as a Baltimorean, even to the point of naming their football team and mascot in his honor, despite the fact that he was only here for a few years (on and off), considered Richmond his home, and just had the misfortune to die here.) (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61078: @pedant He may have been born in Greece, but he lived half his life in Spain, and produced most of his artwork there. The description is accurate. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61086: I like it! More, please. I only got 5/10 (2 groups, 3 connections), but I cannot complain about the quality. Great red herrings. Five stars! (4 months, 1 week ago)

pedant @ #61078: great categories & red herrings. El Greco group category might recognise 'painters' and be more accurate on nationality (clue is in the name). (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #61085: Excellent puzzle, nice red herrings. Only 7/10 for me, I'm afraid. My answer wasn't specific enough for the Morpheus group. The Evens group might be a bit overused, but what can you do? There's only so many esoteric connections one can think of. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Pingu @ #61073: Ugh, bloody awful. Despite your comment, I would still like an apology. (4 months, 1 week ago)

me @ #684: Tenuous (4 months, 1 week ago)

Gog-ette @ #61074: Good groups - enjoyed this. Thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #2296: Wonderful. Perfect. Particularly the inspired Curtains group. Thank you. (4 months, 1 week ago)

barry womble @ #61085: Great grid, thanks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

CornWoman @ #61044: I thouxht thix puxxle wxs a blxst. Thxnk Yxu! (4 months, 1 week ago)

God @ #60941: @Jesus Your imperfection is showing again. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Flora @ #61085: Nice TY (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61078: Fun and easy. Thanks :-) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61081: @Lindybeige - Manga/ Anime - Japanese 2D drawings similar to cartoons (4 months, 1 week ago)

gbox @ #61078: Fun! But I'd add the American spelling "mustache" as an answer for that category. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60954: 7/10. Couldn't find the connection in the "man" group. Nice grid. Keep 'em coming (4 months, 1 week ago)

Hamburger @ #61078: Sweet (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60951: Nice one. I confettied it, but I had to guess about the connection in the Chili group, because I only knew two of them. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60941: Welcome. Nice first grid. Other than the stretch you mentioned (which can be rectified by dropping the first three words of your answer, it was fine. I only got 4/10, but not because of the lack of quality on your part. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60916: Confettied in 26 seconds. I didn't find it personally hard, but nice red herrings and good quality overall. Well done. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60915: Nice hard one. I only scored 3.5 points Great quality, though. (4 months, 1 week ago)

CKJ @ #61078: Sadly, I lost a point because I used the American spelling of mustache. (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61071: Good one. I missed the Johnny link, but enjoyable. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Lindybeige @ #61081: The link category for Bleach was a mystery to me even after I saw the answer. Er... what's that? (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61078: enjoyable (4 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #61060: Not too tricky but fun. I am obviously old fashioned but greetings seems perfectly correct to me and a good red herring (4 months, 1 week ago)

RMP @ #61081: Nice! 10/10 but frankly I was lucky to guess the one to omit from the "hair" line (4 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #61053: a bit easy without any crossovers but still nice (4 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #61078: nice one (4 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #61060: Greetings as a plural is an unkosher red herring. (4 months, 1 week ago)

haywood @ #60853: Nice idea but I might have had a chance if the graphics were a little bigger. Couldn't make out what half of them were (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61060: Good overall, but I don't think "Greetings" fits in its group. "Greeting" would. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Pooka @ #60993: I love all the red herrings, here, but it would be good to have more synonyms accepted for the answers to the dual meaning and match questions. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61073: You were right - it is not popular. What a waste of time. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61074: Weever. The list of artists is too loose. Almost any set of forenames can apply to almost any group if it is big enough. (4 months, 1 week ago)

beforan @ #61073: definitely enjoyed, but felt cheated out of my confetti because the cataclysm group didn't accept an abbreviation :P (4 months, 1 week ago)

David @ #614: Touch wood isn't really a thing, and those can also be connected as sports equipment (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61074: enjoyable. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

mat @ #61073: This is an unapologetically video game themed grid, and as a gamer I enjoyed it a lot. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61073: Thanks for the warning. I'll skip this one. (4 months, 1 week ago)

B @ #61001: I'm surprised bowl, dish, plate and mug were not listed as Chinese too. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #60959: Never heard of a balloon dog. Confetti still. Thanks, good one! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Aetees @ #61073: This is an unapologetically video game themed grid. I don't expect it to be popular but I hope a few gamers might like it. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60909: I portrayed Charley on stage, more than 40 years ago. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60904: I have been around for 59 years, and I have never seen a payphone with that quality in the US (which you flagged as being your country), so "typically" seems to be an overstatement (The same for another item in that group) (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60873: Yeah, I officially got a 10/10, but really only got a 7 because I said "born in Tennessee" Ah, well. Close. Nice grid. MLKJ was obviously intended as a red herring for a different group, but as others here said, it was too easy to peel him off. (4 months, 1 week ago)

JonBob @ #61053: Excellent. Limited-info themed grids tend to bore me, but this was unexpectedly great. I'd like to thank Rush for the knowledge needed to make the connections. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60871: The "Boy" group was a connection I was unfamiliar with, alas. Nice work, though. (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60869: Solved it in 42 seconds. But still, nice quality. Can you add detail on the answers to the "Susan" group? I only got the connection because of two of the answers (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60837: Another nice one. Look forward to seeing more. I confettied this one. The Richmond group didn't fool me for a second, but I'm ashamed at myself for not seeing the group with Island until after solving the wall. (it was the "default" group after getting the other three. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Rowena @ #61064: Nice (4 months, 1 week ago)

turnip @ #60824: Really nice one. Tried looking for first ladies, but only found three. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61033: Not bad, but three of the groups with similar connections made it a bit too easy. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Paul @ #60974: Liked this too, but thought "music" would be acceptable answer as well as "Bands" (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #60975: great grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #60990: great grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Vicky @ #61018: very sneaky (4 months, 1 week ago)

bearcules @ #61039: Great grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61064: Nice one. Only got two groups, but on seeing all the connections I felt I should have been able to get them all, which is the definition of a good grid in my book. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61034: I confess that I hadn't noticed that the definition of one group was just 'rivers'. I'd typed 'estuaries', which was accepted and makes the whole thing unique. (4 months, 1 week ago)

WiKa @ #36208: pretty good (4 months, 1 week ago)

Obscurious @ #60940: Love the name, loved the game. Common starfish (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61039: pleased to get confetti! Made me think though. Good grid. Thanks. (4 months, 1 week ago)

felix888 @ #61043: good quiz. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Cristobal @ #60853: Great idea but 6 of the emoji didn't render at all, so I couldn't finish it. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Cristobal @ #61053: Nice grid! Thought it was going to be mundane at first but I was wrong! (4 months, 1 week ago)

amogus @ #61039: I didn't you yes problem no is not theere be like cow juggling sugar HA XD LOOOL (4 months, 1 week ago)

Justsaying @ #60982: Snooker balls (4 months, 1 week ago)

Fat Skye @ #61039: DECEIVING!!!!! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #61001: really enjoy... much thank you.. a million blessings from my grandmother (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jimdas @ #61053: Brills, love it, keep up the good work (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #28066: Any grid with Kabaddi in gets 10 stars. I love the idea behind that line. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Phoebe @ #61039: Good red herrings (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61030: Too Eyebrow (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61020: Good - but needs more crossovers (4 months, 1 week ago)

edpo @ #61044: An exceedingly excellent and exciting excursion! X out of X (in Roman numerals) (4 months, 1 week ago)

D.Ceeving @ #61033: it might have accepted English as well as British otherwise its Ok (4 months, 1 week ago)

Nighteyes @ #61023: La? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Roger @ #61034: The problem is that 'Tyne' is also a river (and all of your rivers are also shipping forecast areas), so it can be swapped out with any of them to make an equally correct grid. So it's not a unique solution, sadly. But other than that, it's a great grid! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #61037: 👌 (4 months, 1 week ago)

Dave @ #61039: All seem so obvious once you know. Tough one. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #583: Really satisfying. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61044: Xcellent, didn't know the Qix row You win 10/7 Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #28959: Lovely. Thanks (4 months, 1 week ago)

Tom @ #24775: Quite brilliant (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61032: This is another one without a unique solution I'm afraid CC. There are several cities called Hamilton in the US so you can swap it with Chicago. (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61034: Also, strictly speaking, the Wight group aren't all what you describe them as. (4 months, 1 week ago)

BinDipper @ #61034: I don't think there is a unique solution here. Maybe why people are seeing so many red herrings. Tyne can swap with Humber, Thames and Shannon and still provide a valid wall. I have no idea what Ace has been drinking. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jovana @ #46964: Endroits où tu peux mettre le doigt, lol. Orifices sinon, ça serait plus classe :) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Neil Davidson @ #61015: That was fun, thanks! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Neil Davidson @ #61026: Presume you meant "debt" rather than "dept"? (4 months, 1 week ago)

Ace @ #61034: I don't see any of the crossovers others mention. All 4 groups were obvious and distinct. 30s job. Not a criticism, was quite a nice grid, just easy (for me, but apparently not for some others). (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #31073: Well balanced. And an opportunity for me to find out all about the Zodiac line. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Bathfood @ #50902: Wonderful. And well executed. Stand By Me is more famously a song by Ben E King. Since all the other songs are easily identified, maybe change this to a more distinctive Oasis song, such as Wonderwall. (4 months, 1 week ago)

VCM @ #61039: Nice one. Didn't get the dogs though (4 months, 1 week ago)

David M @ #61034: I put it harder than it is as the two groups I was left with needed luck to get in the three last goes. I should have sorted earlier. (You'll know which two when you've done it) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #60974: As a fellow film buff, I loved this grid. Thanks :-) (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61035: Three of the answers don't have explanations. More information please. (4 months, 1 week ago)

Freddgar @ #61034: Excellent grid, "red herrings" galore 😉 10s all round Thanks for posting (4 months, 1 week ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61034: Loads of crossovers- brilliant! (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61000: Funny grid! Thanks :-) Great crossovers and comments. (4 months, 1 week ago)

goom @ #29154: great one (4 months, 1 week ago)

s @ #58768: 1 and 8 could be switched and the categories would still work (4 months, 1 week ago)

Spikethecat @ #61026: Very enjoyable. Thanks :-) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

MJLVR @ #60853: 💯 (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61032: You clearly love F1! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61034: Great grid. Fresh. Thanks :-) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

P33J @ #61026: 'dept'? 'Debt', surely. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #40292: ^^^^^ This guy should definitely hate it (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #41642: "move the letters" are never enjoyable, consider this a sign from God (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

turnip @ #60819: @Mark Fixed, thanks! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Duncan Ley @ #61032: Poor!! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Zhar4e @ #24427: I wrote satellites for the Moons group and it wasn't accepted (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Simon @ #61019: @Spikethecat Appreciate that, thanks :) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61013: Good challenge thanks. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61015: Updated grid accepted musicians :-) Thanks Breezy - good grid. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Spikethecat @ #61019: Love your grids Simon. This was excellent 5* Thanks :-) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

firecrest2 @ #61019: Got the confetti :DD great grid (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Enzed @ #61013: :-) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Keith F @ #61024: Devilish! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Keith F @ #61023: Good quiz! Unsure about user name however (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Pamela Douglas @ #60936: nice cross overs, knew them bust just couldn't find the right groups (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

beforan @ #60853: This was great, but a bit of extra time (as is typical for picture or audio grids) seems fair. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #61018: Another great grid. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

barry womble @ #60853: This is so brilliant, thanks! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

starfairy @ #61008: Lot of fun :) ty (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

SF7 @ #61018: Ah messsed up guessing the final group (Kitsch et al).. nearly full marks! Great grid, thanks. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Dave @ #61013: Lovely stuff. Completely failed despite noticing 3 out of 4 connections. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Geraint Jones @ #60995: Enjoyed that. Thank you. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

7ovana @ #50029: Pour les bières, j'ai simplement écrit "bière" et ce n'était pas pris en tant que réponse correcte. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Freddgar @ #61019: Nice and easy straightforward grid 10s all round Thanks for posting (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

7ovana @ #51678: Pour la catégorie des pâtisseries j'ai juste écrit pâtisseries et ce n'était pas accepté :) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

edpo @ #61013: Very enjoyable! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Beezy @ #61015: Fair enough, updated (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #61014: Thanks. I liked the ooze line especially. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

SF7 @ #61001: A Great Wall rather than a great wall ;) (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Atticus @ #61015: Should accep musicians or pop stars instead of 'mononymous celebrities' (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

RMP @ #60992: Rare combination of very tricky and very satisfying. Range of links, nothing too obtuse but it beat me 6/10 for me 10/10 for you. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

KizzyLion @ #61013: Excellent challenge! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Ö @ #61013: Nice grid (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

David Punter @ #61014: Nice grid but unfortunatelly didn't allow wound as an answer (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #61001: @SF7 Absolutely, hence why I graded it as easy. But it's a "Great Wall", wouldn't you agree? (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jeannie Smith @ #61004: Couldn't do it but brilliant!! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

SF7 @ #61001: A bit too easy to work out the group without much thought imo (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

SF7 @ #61004: Not within 3 minutes!! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

aaron @ #61005: you're why ls got fired (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #60910: Great 5*. Thanks (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #60979: A nice grid Thanks. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #60979: (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #60995: Nice! The Woo line is just brilliant. I feel like "sell" is too non specific here. Otherwise a great grid. Thanks. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #61011: Wow. I learned a lot from this grid. Hummingbird, Lane, Pea, and the entire Beck group. Thanks. I'm not sure pear is definitively in its group, in the way that the other five are. Otherwise, a great grid. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Flora @ #61008: *Bit of fun! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #42967: Bless you my child.... for thinking the moon landing was real (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

PillyBiper @ #60952: bum (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Hamburger @ #60992: This is good. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #8407: Nicely thought out grid. Thank you. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Avenger @ #8402: Great grid - thank you. Solved it but enjoyed the red herrings. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #44346: Usually I leave jokes as comments that are insulting, but now I am just going to say "the"..... (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #44455: Your grid is a whammy, so you may want to change your name (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Jesus @ #44490: It may help if you at least TRY to care! (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Bathfood @ #61003: Lordy, that was way too tough for this time of night (23:55). 6 Herrings that I can count. But it was good and lovely all the same. Thanks. (4 months, 2 weeks ago)

Mr. F @ #60227: this was a good puzzgrid. it made feel good about myself. good job. @turnip ur mom is too easy (4 months, 2 weeks ago)</