Covered about a million and a half episodes ago, today's skill is well worth a revisit. Can you puzzle your way out of this rectangular, er, square room with nothing but your wits, four statues, a cabinet, a letterbox and a computer to help?
Ooooh - I like this one. The name reassures us that it'll loop forever without a jarring stop, and the sounds are so good that you'll want them to loop forever and never stop. Nice.
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Is 'Mimsy' a word? Surely that's absurd! Actually it's a portmanteau of 'Miserable' and 'Flimsy' as defined by the A-lady and, according to this skill, it means 'Rather feeble or prim and affected'. Thus it's a great word to include as one of the names of Sir Nicholas in the wonderful HP books. BTW I bought a bottle of sauce the other day. HP. I'm paying 8p a week for 15 weeks. If that doesn't make sense to you then Google 'HP Sauce' - it's a British institution.
Just say, “Alexa, sing the ‘No Body Blues’” and you'll (hopefully - depending upon where you are) get this fab and rather moving song by the very tuneful A-lady.
Oh and BTW, this month's free audio book is possibly my favourite book of all-time; “Alexa, read Anne of Green Gables from Audible.” If it's not available where you are, then listen to it somewhere, somehow - you won't regret it.
First covered waaay back in episode 346, this one's well worth a revisit. From the amazing developers, Magic Door LLC (yes, that's right - bringers of the brilliant Magic Door skill covered in episode 1 and then rightly revisited in episode 384), this one definitely deserves a dabble.