November Anagram Challenge – Win £10

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And The Winner Is…

Aimee
DOB – 13/03/85
[Claimed]

Thank you so much to everyone who took part.


Previous Answers
    1.  IFHS DAN SICPH – FISH AND CHIPS
    2.  DANOOLR DIFROLA – ORLANDO FLORIDA
    3.  SAMTSERT – MATTRESS
    4.  CIE CMEAR – ICE CREAM
    5.  RONFIBE GINHT – BONFIRE NIGHT
    6.  PROPCON – POPCORN
    7.  TAKEPURSEMR – SUPERMARKET
    8.  COLICBOR – BROCCOLI
    9.  YAYLOLT – LOYALTY
    10.  MERCHANTSE – MANCHESTER
    11.  LESISGN AYD – SINGLES DAY
    12.  GASASEU LRLO – SAUSAGE ROLL
    13.  SACUSITE – SUITCASE
    14.  AMENCI – CINEMA
    15.  BERMNOEV – NOVEMBER
    16.  SCAMTHISR POPHSING – CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
    17.  TOARPRI GENLUO – AIRPORT LOUNGE
    18.  TENTERIS STARE – INTEREST RATES
    19.  LUBB NEERYG – BULB ENERGY
    20.  NICKHEC IEP – CHICKEN PIE
    21.  WONKASLEF – SNOWFLAKE
    22.  HAMMINGRIB – BIRMINGHAM
    23.  VANISHINGGKT – THANKSGIVING
    24.  CABKL FAIRYD – BLACK FRIDAY
    25.  TOGATEC IPE – COTTAGE PIE
    26.  DINW DAN AIRN – WIND AND RAIN
    27.  JOMAACR – MAJORCA
    28.  MISTRASCH ERTE – CHRISTMAS TREE
    29.  RAGAMAN – ANAGRAM
    30. VANEDT LANDRACE – ADVENT CALENDAR
The 30 Day November Anagram Challenge

This month we are having a different kind of challenge. This might be a bit harder than last months competition but give I’m sure you will all enjoy giving it a try. Just do your best.
Each day in November a new anagram will be displayed below.  If you manage to answer a question correctly you will receive 2 entries into the draw.  If you get the question wrong you will receive 1 entry (just for giving it a try).  All entries will be pooled at the end of the month and one winner drawn at random.
For those who do not know, an anagram is the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce other words, using all the original letters exactly once. For example the letters TEARG could be rearranged to make the word GREAT.
The competition started on 1st November 2017 and runs until the end of the month.  The last question will be shown on 30th November 2017, with the winner being announced here on 1st December 2017.  The winner will then have 24 hours to claim their £10 cash prize.

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Julie
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Aimee!!! You’d better claim soon!!!well done x

Aimee
Member

Thank you FBL!!! Wasn’t expecting to see my name, so this has most definitely made my day! Claim made, I haven’t forgotten lol! Thanks again.

Susan
Member

Congratulations Aimee.

Wendy
Member

Well done Aimee, congratulations, dont forget to claim 👏 😁

Angelicalish
Member

Congratulations Aimee 🙂 Eager to see what will appear in December

Wendy
Member

Just got it, ha ha ha, wot a fool I am 😁

Wendy
Member

This has got me stumped, racking me brains 😱

Christine
Member

Really like this competition, hope there are going to be loads more, including December. Thanks, Christine

Julie
Member

yesterday’s was a clever one,took me ages and itvwas staring me in the face! !😕

liverpoolgirl
Member

Lol, loving today’s anagram!

Maggie
Member

Daniel, I entered my password for today’s answer instead of the right answer for some reason. I’ve sent you an email.😳☺️

Maggie
Member

I’ve also forwarded the correct answer on the form as well as in an email.

Elsee
Member

At first I thought it was a strange spelling of Jamaica!

Stuart
Member

Is it me or are we all get different anagrams each day? The last 3 days I could swear I’ve had different anagrams to the ones in the list

Wendy
Member

We are all defo getting the same anagrams, I havent noticed any different ones !

Angie
Member

I think this one got me!

Chris
Member

nearly caught me out today.! lol

David
Member

Doh, keypad wasn’t working properly so missed off a letter. Resubmitted again straight away with correct answer 😂

Carl
Member

Same thing happened to me lol

Ruskin
Member

If only that first word was Blub – “Fuelled by the tears of losers” Lol

Wendy
Member

Its okay, I know what it is now phew weee 😄

Wendy
Member

Im stuck on this one today …. hhheeelllppp 😁

Heather10
Member

Bit tricky today neatly had me stumped!

racheldarcy
Member

I have started already!!

Angelicalish
Member

No stumpers yet but I live in hope for a challenge

Ruskin
Member

I am unfamilikar with the activity suggested in todays anagram 😉

Pamela
Member

Know the feeling. I tried after work. Gave up after 45 mins lol

Alicia
Member

I think i got it

Angie
Member

This one nearly had me…. took a few minutes!

Maggie
Member

🦋My son would kill me if I got today’s wrong as it’s his favourite kind of junk !😳🤣🦋

Ruskin
Member

I’m quite partial to a 7″ myself! Lol

Julie
Member

just joined in! Read your answer before the anagram! 😉Have a couple of replies but ..better not!!lol!☺

Ruskin
Member

Well…12 inches are good too but can be a bit TOO long IMO, lol

purplevamp
Member

The answer to today’s one ~ Do companies really value this? ~ I think the answer is NO!!! ;o)

Guest

Just curious: When does the question update?

Stuart
Member

Todays was difficult. It took me a while to get it, but I got there in the end

Ben
Member

My phone’s been playing up and I think I sent a message to you. I sent one with the answer right after. Will it be accepted, please? Thanks, Ben

Carl
Member

Little tip Daniel, if you keep the first and last letters of a word the same but mix up the middle ones, the brain still reads the word as though it was spelt correctly haha.. not complaining though 😉

Maggie
Member

🦋 Today’s clue brought back some memories of when I went there. Thanks Daniel👍🏼😀🦋

Maggie
Member

🦋Thanks for another competition so quickly after the last one plus it’s one of my favourites…..anagrams !!👍🏼👏🏼😀🦋

rjcompies
Member

Mine too, Maggie – Missed it yesterday but glad to see it back!

Christine
Member

Great! So glad it’s back.

Angelicalish
Member

Starting us off easy I see, nice to see the anagrams back 🙂

Jane
Member

Yay more fun. Thanks Daniel