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New Daily Telegraph solving blog

Posted by neildubya on February 9th, 2009


Solvers of the Daily Telegraph cryptic and Toughie puzzles might be interested to know about a new blog that has just started up just for you:


8 Responses to “New Daily Telegraph solving blog”

  1. Mick h says:

    Hmm, that site’s been blocked by my employer’s ‘websense policy’. Before I invent some spurious excuse as to why I need access to it, is there something dodgy I should know about? They don’t review the Stiffy as well as the Toughie do they?

  2. C.G. Rishikesh says:

    From what I see, they review Toughies. I don’t know what a Stiffy is!

  3. neildubya says:

    I’ll leave Mick to respond to that…

  4. eimi says:

    I’m surprised that the Private Eye crossword didn’t get there first

  5. C.G. Rishikesh says:

    Decades ago Debonair, a girlie magazine in India, used to have a sexy crossword every month. If I remember right, it was set by a husband and wife team.

  6. Mick h says:

    I knew you were just feigning ignorance, Rishi!
    As the old joke goes:
    Q. What’s pink and hard in the morning?
    A. The Financial Times crossword.

  7. Paul B says:

    As clued in the FT by Monk.

  8. Simon Harris says:

    Mick – I guess it’s simply that there’s a reason why they call him “Big” Dave…

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