@A_Buddhist_Prodigy said:Dude, did you even look at the Chart Chart??@ChemistryChris said:Holy shit. I didn't even know there was a secret language chart. NERDS!!@A_Buddhist_Prodigy said:I didn't even notice the 'timing' tab! That would have helped me . . . but very little. You were WAY too fast! One of these days, @UCPete!! I'm coming for you!Nice one! I thought for sure that was Sesame Street at the end of the second clip. I figured I might actually get one . . . at least one! I still have no idea how you found this. It wasn't even on the jam charts!! You all are FREAKS!! In the good, freaky way!Indeed not on the jam chart - but on the secret language chart! Previous wins (and many more previous losses) I've known one of them off the bat. Many other times I've unsuccessfully tried to guess at the clue and use the tools here on .net as well as phishtracks to piece it together. Just got lucky today with Wilsons that contain secret language.
Honestly, if the secret language chart wasn't equipped with a 'timing' tab, it would have been a fool's errand for me. .net is brilliant.
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