Originally posted by AlaThe triple letters suggest that Chris hasn't used a simple substitution code. I don't know what the message says either
Right Chris...I'm going to give this to my group of 12 yr old's and see if they can crack this code!
Btw, I've returned stateside after many many years in Kensington, Earls Ct and Fulham area...so everytime I see your location I pine for a pint at the Builder's Arms, the Greyhound or the Goat!!!
Originally posted by MaryJo[Sorry about that. That last post was in fact made by me by mistake. I'm on my friend's puter (she's just started here...my laptop is busted ) at the moment and made the post without realising it was still logged in as her.]
Originally posted by AlaGood luck everyone. I am terrible at cracking codes myself, but enjoyed creating this one! Crackable, but I think not easy.
okay...it's not a simple substitution puzzle...but I'm still drawn to the number of characters and trying to guess the words and work backwords (upside down, side ways, etc.) to figure this out!
I'm sure it's something either incredibly simple or incredibly obscure, with my luck...