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Not sensible at all [Jul. 24th, 2008|03:38 pm]
Douglas Spencer
I'm easily confused.

I just got home turned on Countdown on the telly, and went online... where I saw this story.

And then Countdown's during-the-adverts anagram question was "LEESBINS".
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[User Picture]From: julia_winolj
2008-07-24 09:58 pm (UTC)
What've they got against Sniblees, eh?
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2008-07-25 06:35 am (UTC)
Poor old Sniblees, never get a beer knave.
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[User Picture]From: the_maenad
2008-07-24 11:39 pm (UTC)
It's ages since I watched Countdown, but I thought the anagrams were nine letters long?
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2008-07-25 06:33 am (UTC)
The Countdown Conundra, the big anagrams for the contestants at the end and before the mid advert break, are indeed nine letters long. But now there's a shorter one offered to the viewers just before each advert break (with an extra clue that makes it easier) with the answer revealed after the break.
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