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  1. Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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    Tanga Times - August 15, 2007 by Verve640

    Salutations, loyal Tanganites. I hope that anyone who attempted last weeks puzzle found it to be stimulating on many levels. If you missed it, feel free to tackle the challenge at your leisure (Last Week). Now, to those hungry for more, a new puzzle is beckoning. The first to E-mail me ( the final answer will get 10 TP and two runners-up will receive 5 TP each. Feel free to ‘salt’ below. Enjoy, this one is juicy.

    Switching gears, I’d like to point out that my ‘Super’ Tanga Trash definitely lived up to its name. For a reasonable fee of $1 ($7 including shipping), I received the following items:

    • Hollywood Blockbuster (game)
    • La Strada (game)
    • Paintball Trainer
    • Sentence Says (game)
    • Dragonball Z (CCG)
    • Fiki Basketball
    • Windsock

    As I’m sure many STUs and others are curious, please feel free to share the contents of your Super Tanga Trash below. Until next week…

    Quite simply, don’t mess with puzzlers:
    Worse than the Body Snatchers?

    Just when you thought you had everything figured out:
    Let’s hope Moore was right…

    Choose carefully:
    Or just get lucky…

    The newest member
    Not the sound of a bell
    Real-life game?
    Above ram’s head
    Bang or whimper alternative
    Subject of painting

  2. Posted on Aug 14, 2007

    Views: 793

    Tanga Times - August 14th, 2007 by Robrizob

    Today, it’s fun with spoonerisms, named after the right Reverend William Archibald Spooner. Here are a few examples:

    The lord is a shoving leopard (the lord is a loving shepherd).

    The reverend to a lady says, “you’ll soon be had as a matter of course” (you’ll soon be mad as a hatter of course).

    And a spectacularly clever one: “I’d rather have a bottle in front o’ me than a prefrontal lobotomy.”

    How about puzzle clues that incorporate spoonerisms? Some terrible ones of mine below. Add your own, of course.

    Cereal for smut police (?? ??)
    Insulting anti-aircraft fire relived (???)
    Gives up adolescent summer footwear on a big birthday (?
    ?? ???)
    Sorcerer’s catastrophic hodge-podge (?
    ?? ??)

    Now tangafy (5-5-9-6) for some slang. 10 Tanga points to the first poster with the correct answer.


  3. Posted on Aug 13, 2007

    Views: 784

    Tanga Times - August 13th, 2007 by pyrok

    Okay, Tanganites: Here’s my first go at a Monday Tanga Times (the pressure!) – please be kind.

    Do you like mazes of the online variety? Here is a link I came across for a variety of mazes by a maze designer named Robert Abbott whose mazes have appeared on the cover of Games Magazine (in fact, there is a new one on the October issue which actually hits the stands in August, according to the website). So take your pick from the ones offered on this page:

    If mazes aren’t your thing but addictive flash games are then go here#:

    I got totally obsessed with the Grow Flash games renfurdson had a link to in a past Tanga Times

    And finally, I know you all miss getting to bite and scratch at each other for the first-to-post pop-questions so:

    FTP: 15 points

    Think of words ending in -GRY. Angry and hungry are two of them. There are only three words in the English language. What is the third word? The word is something that everyone uses every day. If you have read carefully, I have already told you what it is.

  4. Posted on Aug 11, 2007

    Views: 970

    Tanga Times - August 11th, 2007 by leadfoot

    Well, I’ve tossed my hat in as an occasional submitter (kinda like a correspondent I guess)

    A friend of mine introduced me to this site about a month ago, and I’ve spent waaay too much time on it :-)

    If you like jigsaw puzzles, this is a pretty cool site.

    Every day it posts a new jigsaw puzzle to do online. It also has an archive of thousands of fantastic photos to choose from.

    You can select the complexity of the puzzle, from 6 to 247 pieces – and the puzzle piece shapes can vary from standard to circular to stars to US states and others.

    I haven’t signed up as a member, but as a member you can upload your own images to turn into puzzles.

    Anyway – I’ve enjoyed this site – I hope you do too.

    — leadfoot

  5. Posted on Aug 10, 2007

    Views: 729

    Tanga Times - August 10th, 2007 by VRoscioli

    Welcome to your first weekly installment of V’s Riddle Corner. Each Friday evening I’ll provide you with a few riddles to earn you some Tanga Points, and perhaps even a few links to waste some time. The links will tend to be to interesting facts or fun videos, while the puzzles will frequently be based in logic or maths (gasp!). So, without further adieu…

    Wastes of Time:

    Video to waste 2 minutes of your life

    Riddle 1:
    What are the next three terms in this sequence:

    3, 3, 5, 4, 4, 3, 5, 5, 4, 3, 6, 6, …? FTP5

    Riddle 2:
    “At 8 AM on Monday, June 9, 1969, you were drinking coffee in a booth in the diner by the rail station?” asked the DA.
    “I was,” answered Mr. X, on trial for murder.
    “And you didn’t see the man across the aisle – not ten feet from you – bludgeoned to death!”
    “No, I was reading the morning paper.”
    “The owner remembers you. You were in quite a hurry. You gave her a dollar in payment for a 24-cent check and didn’t wait for change.”
    “I had to catch my train.”
    “You were paying attention to the time, but you failed to notice the man in the next booth had been murdered – covered from head to toe in blood?”
    “I might have known someone was there, but I never looked straight at him.”
    “You didn’t hear him ask for french toast and coffee?”
    “I might have. I don’t remember. I was busy reading the stock listings. I own a few shares.”
    “And that took you how long?”
    “A few minutes. Then I read the business news. There was a big article about predicted oil prices for next year. After I finished reading, I checked the time. I had less than three minutes to catch my train to Sacramento.”
    In the back of the courtroom, Detective Y leaned over and noted to Inspector Z: “If he doesn’t get life for murder, we’ll certainly get him on perjury.”

    Why? FTP10

    That’s all for today, folks. See you next week!


  6. Posted on Aug 9, 2007

    Views: 727

    Tanga Times - August 9th, 2007 by TangaMonkey

    Here are some oldies but goodies! 20 TP to the first person who can send me the answer to jeremy at tanga dot com.

    1. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven’t eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him?

    2. A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be?

    3. What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray when you throw it away?

    4. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday?

    5. This is an unusual paragraph. I’m curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it. Looks so plain you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is unusual though. Study it, and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out. Try to do so without any coaching!

  7. Posted on Aug 8, 2007

    Views: 854

    Where In The World Is TangaMonkey and TangaJen?!

    Hello all you Tanganites! TangaMonkey and TangaJen will be at the Starbucks in the middle of the MGM Grand in Vegas (not the one at the end by Studio 54) at 9:00 p.m. PST on Sunday August 12th. If you come up and say hello and give us the secret Tanga handshake, you will get 100 Tanga Points. We’ll be there for 15 minutes.

    Hope to see some Tanganites there!

  8. Posted on Aug 8, 2007

    Views: 753

    Tanga Times - August 8, 2007 by Verve640

    Salutations, loyal Tanganites. As your Wednesday editor, I hope to provide you with a gasp, a laugh, a challenge, and a few Tanga Points (TP) to those who are worthy. In an effort to open up the Tanga Times to a larger audience, I will gladly take suggestions (in regard to content) from anyone left in the comment section below. As for today, a small journey on the information superhighway is all I ask. The first to E-mail me the two-word final answer will get 15 TP and the runner-up will receive 5 TP. Feel free to ‘salt’ below. Enjoy!

    If you’re positive who the king of the jungle is, don’t click here: Roar!

    What happens when you’re late for work? Bad Boys, Bad Boys

    You don’t know jack, seriously: Clueless

    4. It has no legs
    5. Battle site
    6. Armband emblem

    1. She has no arms
    2. Tug-of-war participant?
    3. Where officers are sure to behave

  9. Posted on Aug 7, 2007

    Views: 942

    Tanga Times - August 7th, 2007

    Hi, folks. It looks like I’ll be doing the Tanga Times on Tuesdays for the time being. I haven’t read all of the archives, so if I rehash a link or something renfurdson posted before, just smack me upside the head.

    This web puzzle takes you through 138 separate web pages/mini-riddles. You’ll have to scour everything from the page’s source code to Google to get the answers needed to advance to the next level. I’m embarrassed to say how far I’ve gotten. If you get to the last page, let me know and I’ll enshrine you in the Tanga Times.

    Here’s a bizarre, “find the difference” puzzle. Make sure your volume’s up because there’s ambient noise that could provide a hint.

    Check this out: “Superplexus is a complex, 3-dimensional labyrinth that can be traced by a ball bearing.” Tanga, make it happen!

    I hope you all enjoyed my first go at the Tanga Times!


    NOTE: We are still looking for Tanga Times authors! Please contact us if you are interested!

  10. Posted on Aug 6, 2007

    Views: 803

    User Created Jigsaw is Saturday Product!

    At long last, the jigsaw puzzle will be available as our Saturday product. The image for this jigsaw is a montage of objects sent in by Tanga users. It’s a wacky and wonderful collection of stuff. We can’t promise super-fast delivery because the puzzles will be custom manufactured based on the number that we sell. If you want an extra copy or two, order them right away!

    Besides being a fun jigsaw, the puzzle is also a One Word Wonder! That’s right, the puzzle has a one word answer. All you need to do is buy it, assemble it, and follow these simple instructions:

    4 of 5
    4 of 7
    2 of 5
    2 of 6
    4 of 6
    7 of 7

  11. Posted on Aug 6, 2007

    Views: 1,013

    Anyone Want To Write The Tanga Times?

    Hello everyone,

    We are looking for Tanganites who would like to write our daily (M-F) Tanga Times. If you are witty, smart, love to spend time looking around the Internet for new and interesting things that will keep our users happy, then we want you! If you can come up with little puzzles involving the use of the internet, that is a plus. Please send an email to jeremy at and let me know if you are interested. If we can find FIVE (5) editors, then all you would need to do is one per week. We will give you 30 Tanga Points for each of your Tanga Times that we publish.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

  12. Posted on Aug 4, 2007

    Views: 819

    Hypercross tonight

    There is a hypercross tonight!


  13. Posted on Aug 3, 2007

    Views: 767

    STU Only Product on August 4th!

    Hey all you STUs! Tomorrow (August 4th) is your lucky day… We’ll be launching an STU only product tomorrow at around 4:00 p.m. MST that only STUs will be able to participate in. For those of you who don’t know what an STU is, it is a “Super Tanga User” and these are the folks who have bought way too much stuff on Tanga and have solved way too many puzzles! You too can become an STU be throwing us your cold hard cash :-)

    Thanks for your loyal and loving support!

    Your friend in Trash,

  14. Posted on Aug 1, 2007

    Views: 895

    Hypercrosslessness explained

    There are some organizational changes taking place at Tanga that affect Daily Fun. One of the short term casualties is the daily Hypercross puzzle. There are lots of Hypercross puzzles in the archives if you haven’t done them all.

    The Tanga Times will also not run every day.

    The One Word Warmup and One Word Wonder puzzles will continue to appear daily.

    Sorry for the chaos!

  15. Posted on Jul 28, 2007

    Views: 895

    Tanga Times July 28 2007

    Sorry for things being late/absent tonight.

    Aaron was temporarily transported to a parallel universe.

    The parallel universe is named for a cartoon character.

    First to name this character gets 15

    The name starts with a T

  16. Posted on Jul 26, 2007

    Views: 782

    Tanga Times July 26 2007

    How about some clues for words using the following format:

    Clue – Word Length – Scrabble Value (tile total)

    For example

    Family destination – 3 – 12

    ftp 15 for the answer to this one

  17. Posted on Jul 26, 2007

    Views: 1,075

    Speedy Tanga!

    You might’ve noticed the occasional odd glitch today while using Tanga. But, I think I’m done tinkering with the hamsters that type up each page on this website and send it to you guys.

    So, is the site loading snappily for everyone?

  18. Posted on Jul 25, 2007

    Views: 805

    Tanga Times July 25 2007

    What’s the most interesting word that can be spelled using letters in order in which they appear in the alphabet?

    Like ACE for example.

  19. Posted on Jul 24, 2007

    Views: 979

    Tanga Times July 24 2007

    Have you ever searched for puzzle on YouTube?

    this one is more of an actual puzzle.

    and this is just outrageous

  20. Posted on Jul 23, 2007

    Views: 865

    Tanga Times July 23 2007

    here is a collection of rebuses with charming art.

    And speaking of art, let’s have an art contest. 40 points to the winner and 20 points to the runner up.

    Do a piece of art on an ace. That’s right. Draw on the ace from a deck of cards. Leave the card back alone and it won’t make the deck unusable. The judge will be Norm, the dealer at the poker club frequented by Aaron and other Maine underworld characters.

    To upload your entry, first create and submit a post to this blog, then click on the upload link on your post.

  21. Posted on Jul 20, 2007

    Views: 930

    Tanga Times July 20 2007

    Images can be uploaded to this blog.

    To upload an image, create and submit a post, then click on the upload link on that post.

    Let’s play “what it is?”

    Upload images of things that are a bit tricky to identify either because they are a bit esoteric or because the view is up close and incomplete.

  22. Posted on Jul 19, 2007

    Views: 790

    Tanga Times July 19 2007

    clue: bird home

    answer: nest

    notice anything?

    all three words have the same length.

    who can think of some?

    the two word clue needs to be pretty definitive.

    how about some with longer words?

  23. Posted on Jul 18, 2007

    Views: 892

    Tanga Times July 18 2007

    here are clues for things that fit a category.

    can you figure out the category and create some more?

    points for the first 3 good ones posted (according to aaron)

    two irrational numbers
    before monster or cutter
    sounds like how you spell what you are doing with the club you barely swing
    shoe store alternative

  24. Posted on Jul 17, 2007

    Views: 961

    Tanga Times July 17 2007

    OK, why did I have to finish this?

    Thanks KoolKow

    Here are some city clues emailed to me rather than posted yesterday.

    1. Claus Iron
    2. Tooled around
    3. Drowning in butter
    4. Crowd confused lei
    5. Egyptian god in poops
    6. Three base hit east
    7. Los Angeles, move south
    8. Male Spanish water
    9. Wealthy nut without Mr. Gore
    10. Cry around Reef Encounter cylinders

  25. Posted on Jul 16, 2007

    Views: 842

    Tanga Times July 16 2007

    How about clues for the names of U.S. cities?

    For example “Hidden in Hidden Version” ftp15

    or “Bo’s not confused” ftp 15

    Also, if you have ideas for fun places to point Tanga Times readers to, email Aaron at If your idea is used in the Tanga Times you won’t be sorry.

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