Keepa’ninny Coffinberry constructed this thoroughly Mormon-themed charade (sorry, Hunter!) along the lines of the puzzles that appeared in the late 19th century Juvenile Instructor.
The solution has 15 letters; solving the six clues will help you find the letters to plug into the solution. (Numbers refer to the order in which letters appear in the 15-letter solution: if you can guess clue “a,” then you’ll know what letters to write in the 4th, 12th, 13th, and 6th spaces on the solution.)
As usual, please solve only one or two letters so that readers coming later can still play along.
This riddle has fifteen letters meaning a place where (at the moment, many) LDS people go to make connections.
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a. You might find eggs on a 4-12-13-6.
b. When a high councilor speaks, you might need to stifle a 9-5-3-1.
c. Making pie is not hard, but scooping a dish of ice cream is 2-5-10-7-11-13.
d. Nephi worries that Satan wants to grasp us with his awful 14-15-5-7-1-10.
e. Enter to 8-2-12-13-1, go forth to serve.
f. 10-6-7-8-2 is what you do when you think of Keepapitchinin!