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Cryptogram #3

Hint to get you started: R=E

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21 Comments to “Cryptogram #3”


  1. onfire | Profile

    even a broken clock is right twice a day


  2. Margot | Profile

    The ‘e’ clue combined with the picture makes this way too easy. I didn’t have to write it down, and it only took me a few seconds to work out the correct wording:


    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.


  3. bizarette18 | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.


  4. karlaanne | Profile

    even a broken clock is right twice a day!


  5. deathbyzen | Profile

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.


    :)


  6. Anastasia11 | Profile

    even a broken clock is right twice a day


  7. shaks | Profile

    “Even a broken clock is right twice a day”


    cute one!


  8. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    wow, that was hard, I think the phrase was:
    “Even a broken clock is right twice a day”


    I saw visually in my mind many of the words, and then saw the picture and knew I was in the right path, however I could not saw the pattern in the cryptogram,like a series of the words of the alphabet or a position displacement, i will try to figurate out now jajaja.


  9. Diego | Profile

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.


  10. bdawson | Profile

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day…


  11. LadyInsomnia | Profile

    “even a broken clock is right twice a day”


  12. yash_opened | Profile

    “EVEN A BROKEN CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE A DAY”


    this was awesome
    :-D


  13. joe | Profile

    EVEN A BROKEN CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE A DAY


  14. abeshua | Profile

    even a broken clock is right twice a day


  15. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    even a broken clock is right twice a day


  16. ejag | Profile

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.


  17. RK | Founder | Profile

    yes, even a broken clock is right twice a day. Now, if you were visiting a neurologist for memory loss/cognitive decline, you may be asked to explain what you think this aphorism means.


    The one I usually use, however is: ‘People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw rocks’. Or, ‘a rolling stone gathers no moss’


  18. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    RK, I think that phrase could mean than everybody can have a lucky action even the ones you least expect it to have that lucky shot, jajaja cool, also but that is personal interpretation, I see this meaning: you can learn from the ones you least expect it, never take no one or nothing as uninportant, because what you see meaningless today could be life saver tomorrow, cool.
    RK a question there was an algorithm for the letters displacement??, because even with the answer in hand, I had not been able to figurate out!!


  19. RK | Founder | Profile

    Hi Suineg- solving a cryptogram can be tricky. Try reading this, it’s helpful:
    http://www.wikihow.com/Solve-a-Cryptogram


  20. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    cool, thats how I solve it, however in some cases the encryption code its a mathemathical code that make sense for the whole alpahabet, like a= b… z=a, every leter moves one more of the original position formula= original letter +1; Example-> dog = eph, some cases are harder, but in this case I have not found the formula, there is any formula that works for this case?


  21. pjwhite530 | Profile

    EVEN A BROKEN CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE A DAY


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