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Can You Turn Two

I love you 'cause your deuces are wild, girl…Like a double shot of lovin' so fine.


Fairy f*ckin’ secrets come in two. I cannot begin to explain how I hate when people use this to justify some ridiculous thought. Allow me to insert foot in mouth.


I’ve been paying much attention to doubles in these puzzles. Not just me, there are two others. Together, we tend to circle back to this realization. There are lots of pairs, pears? Pardon the puns, it’s seriously not even funny. I recently wrote about lines which are often read one way but a second interpretation can point to a spot or thing. Let’s chat about two of these.


Byron’s bold Boston flex fooled many of us but was there more to it? Feel AT home. I really love the simplicity here but after some searching pairs I started thinking about the home plate in the Charleston painting. An obvious dead ringer for Ft. Sumter and home plate being a simple disguise. Still, we have to note there are two home plates across these paintings. So what about a verse pair?


Scanning the Charleston verse we have another AT line. White house close AT hand. Lots of great interpretations for this line in Charleston. However, what if it’s another twofer? Humor me and picture the Boston painting. If we start at the hand is there something close we can describe as a white house? Sure, can. We have a white home plate on her wrist. The white house(home) is certainly close at hand(wrist).


Coincidence? Probably…after all, Luther Vandross did have the hit song A House Is Not A Home in 1981. Hmfff, fairy friggin' secrets.


And the moral of the story, I can testify…I get stoned on you girl…That's the best reason why.

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Nice telling of fortunes and treasures. Like a reader of long palms. Close AT hand connected to one of two arms extended?

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Fenix
Fenix
06 de fev. de 2022
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Absolutely! This seems the most obvious answer. It’s very hard for me not to wonder about a statue depicting a man using his two hands to bind a make shift flagpole to a flag in a famous battle.

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Siz Kruck
Siz Kruck
04 de fev. de 2022

Fenix - Are you saying you are warming to the possibility that the puzzles are connected? All of the puzzles have a connection to another, somehow?

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Siz Kruck
Siz Kruck
04 de fev. de 2022
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Thank you for sharing; I do appreciate your point of view.

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Membro desconhecido
02 de fev. de 2022

I like this game! I want to play (a little brainstorming). Something like,

From the middle of one branch- "Fort Sumter" ornament/ Charleston. - might fit this idea.


A few other lines that make me wonder....

Falls gently, In December night (knight?)

In the middle(mid) section

Written in water, Near men(Man.)

Or on the eighth a scene (seen)


OR, if the criteria were just that a portion of one, gives a pivotal clue to the solution on another. Perhaps something along the lines of;

In July and August A path beckons.

This could fit with the Freedom Trail idea in Boston (August), with the parks being at the spot PR crossed the river.

Also hinting at a trail in Houston...…


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Bingo
Bingo
02 de fev. de 2022

Buckner. You bastard.

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Fenix
Fenix
02 de fev. de 2022
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Haha, but dude…the white home near the hand??? You can’t deny a person may read it that way in the context of a puzzle.

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Rob Caragiulo
Rob Caragiulo
01 de fev. de 2022

Found this recently. It's simply"out of the box"


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Fenix
Fenix
02 de fev. de 2022
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Yep, I understood. It's a very cool idea. Just much more difficult to see without the overlay. The only thing in the overlay which is in the painting are the tables so lots of manipulation. I do like it though.

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