Another weekend, and more puzzles to relax and unwind with.
I personally found this hard to believe, but it's true.
In 1917, Boston Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore pitched a perfect game, but was never officially accredited for this feat.
Your question is: How was this possible?
Below is the often misheard version of a lyric from a popular song.
Your job is to identify the proper lyric, along with the title and artist.
"There's a bathroom on the right!"
The answers will be revealed next weekend.
But now, the results from May 9th's Puzzle Corner.
Misunderstood (A miss under the word stood)
THE LETTER SHUFFLE
The following words are all possible from the letters in the words MOTHER'S DAY:
A, Ah, Am, Are, Art(s), As, At, Ate, Date(s), Day(s), Dear, Dote(s), Dream(s), Ear(s), East, Eat(s), Hare(s), Hat(s), Hear(s), Heard, Heart(s), Home, Mast, More, Most, Mother(s), Ode(s), Ore(s), Other(s), Rat(s), Rated, Rate(s), Read(s), Ready, Ream(s), Rest, Roam(s), Seat, Shore, Smother, Some, Sore, Stare, Steady, Store, Storm, Story, Tea(s), Tear(s), The, Tore, Yea(s), Yeah(s), Year(s), and Yeast.
Other words besides the 80 above might be possible.