Love It issue 803

Love it Magazine Issue 803

suggested answers

Please put your suggested answers For Love It Magazine in the Comments box below,  Please do not put “questions or other comments”  below as it clogs up the answers, thank you

When listing your suggestions, please can you include the closing date too. Thank you

Love It Magazine 802
Love it Magazine 804

7 Comments

  1. Not a win on the puzzles but got £50 for Readers Top Tip in this issue regarding working from home

  2. Hi Maureen,many thanks for your answers,no real problems this week,nice early finish,time to chill out in the garden, hope you enjoy the rest of the day and have a nice weekend,Bobs

  3. Love It Issue 803 Closing Date 12th August
    1. Lost Animal- DONKEY
    2. Guess The Year- 1964
    3. The X-Word- PLANE ( Few possible answers to this, PANEL, NEPAL)
    4. Find The Cat- The Cat Is On The Right Hand Side 9 Dashes Down At The Very Edge Of The Page
    5. TV Trouble- SHAMELESS (UK)
    6. £1,000 Giant TV Xword- NINA LUCAS
    7. Odd One Out- A ( One Of The Ears Is Missing Right IN The Middle Of The Page)
    8. Crossword Quickie- PURPLE
    9. Giant Wordsearch- WAZWAN
    10. Ladder Adder- BELGIUM
    11. Crack The Code- TOKEN

    NAME THE PRIMATES ( Email Entry)
    1. CAPUCHIN MONKEY
    2. BABOON
    3. CHIMPANZEE
    4. RHESUS MACAQUE
    5. COMMON MARMOSET
    6. RING TAILED LEMUR
    7. SQUIRREL MONKEY
    8. EMPEROR TAMARIN
    (Could someone please confirm if these are right)

    BIG QUIZ OF THE WEEK CLOSING DATE 29TH JULY ( Email Entry)
    1. 43
    2. 1998
    3. NOVAK DJOKOVIC & ASH BARTY
    4. 25 YEARS OLD
    5. 73 YEARS OLD
    6. COWS
    7. VIRGIN GALACTIC
    8. MASSACHUSETTS
    9. 520 TONS
    10. GYASI SHEPPY
    Good Luck Everyone xx

    • Hi Maureen, in response to the your big quiz answers they all look fine apart from number 4, the pokemon franchise first started in 1998, therefore it has been going for 23 years not 25.

      Kind Regards.

      • Hi Smudge, When I googled Pokemon it said it made its debut in Japan on 26th February 1996 and came out in America 2 years later. Thank you Bobs and hope you both have a lovely weekend xx

      • Hi Smudge, I’ve also gone for 25 years as Pokeman started in 1996.

      • I think Q4 = 25 is correct:
        “The Pokémon 25th anniversary – officially branded as Pokémon25, is an ongoing celebration during the entire year of 2021 in commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Pokémon franchise, which began with the original Japanese release of Pocket Monsters Red and Green for the Game Boy on February 27, 1996”

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