Let’s all take a moment for a Goofy Movie

November 11, 2009

The Seven Collection Itch

November 4, 2009

10-19-09

WOAH THERE CRYPTOQUIPS, DON’T OVER WORK YOURSELVES THERE. Ugh. Let’s move on.

Next puzzle? I guess?

 

VLQWD   LD   KH   POLM   DN   EOX   DWOD   HBHMX

YWUHKNDNVLED   EYHSRE   O   QMHOD   RHOU   NP   DLVH   LS

BHLS?

H=E

All the Collection’s Men

November 2, 2009

10-18-09“If you’ve seen a famous fairy-tale collector out harvesting his crop, I guess he’s the Grimm reaper.”

This is stupid actually pretty witty. You’ve caught me off guard this time, Crytopquips. Caught. Me. Off. Guard.

WHV   QOHU   AOBRGR   FHS   RWXNS   IOXIUO   YFX   RPO   SXSRU

QHVFS   XYUA:   “YRGHQV   NI   HA   FRPB   SX   BX.”

S=T

(500) Days of Collections

November 1, 2009

10-16-09“If I were offered a big enough taste of something, I suppose that would be an ample sample.” HAHAHA, goodness.

I hope you’re sitting down because this next one is a riot and a half:

 

10-17-09“When a racecar driver has been given current news, might you say that brought him up to speed?”

Because he’s a racecar driver! They go fast! Speed!

 

RJ   ZXT’OW   DWWS   P   JPFXTD   JPREZ-YPVS   HXVVWHYXE   XTY

BPEOWDYRSQ   BRD   HEXG,   R   QTWDD   BW’D   YBW   QERFF

EWPGWE.

 

D=S

Collections Actually

October 31, 2009

10-15-09“A bunch of bachelor buddies in the roofing business decided to go to the local shingles bar.”

WHAT A RIOT!

Since I haven’t put any up for about two days, here are the next two puzzles:

UI   U   FHYH   VIIHYHJ   E   QUT   HOVWTX   ZERZH   VI   RVAHZXUOT,

U   RWSSVRH   ZXEZ   FVWBJ   QH   EO   EASBH   REASBH.

H=E

 

EFZH   P   TPUZUPT   MTQRZT   FPL   AZZH   XQRZH   UNTTZHS   HZEL,

IQXFS   JYN   LPJ   SFPS   ZTYNXFS   FQI   NB   SY   LBZZM?

Q=I

A Clockwork Collection

October 27, 2009

10-14-09“Play concerning some loyal followers who end up getting disgraced: ‘The Shaming of the True.'”

Get it? Like the play? It’s like a play on words? “The Taming of the Shrew”? You get it.

Next!

 

U   GKPNE   LH   GUNESALJ   GKCCZSX   ZP   OES   JLLHZPI   GKXZPSXX

CSNZCSC   OL   IL   OL   OES   ALNUA   XEZPIASX   GUJ.

L=O

North by Northcollection

October 26, 2009

10-13-09

Well, goodness. Isn’t that witty? This one was actually much easier to solve than the previous few. A lot of times you look for words or phrases that are in almost every puzzle (example: “I suppose…”, “Would you call…” “Could you say…”). If they give you the “i” or the “a” it’s especially simple to solve because those are the only two letters that can be left alone in a sentence.

 

Here’s the puzzle for the fourteenth (hoping that Miriam is still reading these because I think she’s the only person that has seen this blog haha):

 

DHCJ   IPMIBSMLMK   APTB   HPJCH   RPHHPZBSA   ZEP   BMN   QD

KBVVLMK   NLAKSCIBN:   “VEB   AECTLMK   PR   VEB   VSQB.”

 

Q=U

The Rocky Horror Collection Show

October 25, 2009

10-12-09“Since I am a master at describing flat strips of pasta, could I be a Linguine Linguist?”

I realize now that I forgot to fill in the “f” in “of”, so just, like, imagine it’s there or something. Bonus though: I finally fixed it so that the scans aren’t pink. They actually look like a newspaper now.

Next puzzle:

C   IKBSL   NS   QNRQOX   MGQTCNECPCSJ   CS   GOQGNOCSJ

DQNERDIVE   IKKLM   RDNR   TNEEM   CRMQEI   N   SK-IOX   PKSQ.

S=N

Interview with a Collectionpire

October 24, 2009

10-11-09

AAAAAAHHHHHHHHH, funny.

ORMLD   R   VG   V   GVOPDH   VP   CDOLHRURMA   BQVP   OPHRNO

IB   NVOPV,   LISQC   R   UD   V   QRMASRMD   QRMASROP?

V=A

Butch Cassidy and the Collection Kid

October 23, 2009

10-10-09…I don’t even…what?….no…..not funny…..stop, please, cryptoquips….

ANYWAYS, next puzzle:

YAQHARDE    IDEGRWDUG’R   ITFFDW   YARWOQD   WLTW   LTR   T

YDEWTUG   RHAWWDC   HEUGW:   FDAGTEC’R   FDAHTEC   FDAWTEC.

W=T