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JetPunk Word Ladder

Connect the word "jet" to the word "punk" through the word ladder. Each answer changes by one letter from the previous answer.
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First submittedMay 4, 2013
Last updatedAugust 22, 2014
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Hint
Answer
Commercial airliner
Jet
"Game, ___, match"
Set
For example, a dog or cat
Pet
Slang for marijuana
Pot
Small child
Tot
2000 lbs.
Ton
Criminal
Con
Policeman
Cop
Where chickens live (add one letter)
Coop
It is planted on a farm
Crop
Form of rain
Drop
It comes out of a leaky faucet
Drip
Helps you hold on
Grip
Vacation
Trip
Cow's stomach (add one letter)
Tripe
Iroquois or Cherokee
Tribe
To pay off or influence a result
Bribe
What pickles soak in
Brine
Precipice
Brink
Eye motion
Blink
Slang for jail
Clink
Actor Eastwood
Clint
Michigan city
Flint
Flick or hurl
Fling
Past tense of ^
Flung
Breathing organ (remove a letter)
Lung
Hint
Answer
Our moon
Luna
Swedish city
Lund
To borrow
Lend
To warp
Bend
Franklin and Stiller
Bens
The Birds and the ____
Bees
Alcoholic beverage
Beer
To mock
Jeer
Type of SUV
Jeep
Cry
Weep
Lawn invader
Weed
They grown into plants
Seed
Shorter Oxford English Dictionary
SOED
Peddled
Sold
Alone
Solo
Farm structure
Silo
Chinese fabric
Silk
Pout
Sulk
Fate of ships in the Bermuda Triangle
Sunk
Type of bed
Bunk
Products available in large quantities
Bulk
Giant green superhero
Hulk
Beefcake
Hunk
George Clinton's genre
Funk
Thug or bully
Punk
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level 20
May 4, 2013
Interesting Quiz. Though I got a bit annoyed when I got stuck...
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level 50
May 5, 2013
Isn't the prefix for white leuk-?
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level 77
Aug 22, 2014
"Borrow" and "lend" don't mean the same thing.
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level 72
Aug 23, 2014
Yeah, they're opposites!
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level 70
Sep 11, 2014
I thought this too. You borrow from, but lend to, a person.
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level 80
Sep 12, 2014
This is one of my grammar pet peeves, when someone says "I borrowed him my hammer." A lender lends, and a borrower borrows, pretty simple really.
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level 66
May 30, 2018
Same here. I cringe when someone says "can I lend your pen (or whatever)", when they want to borrow it!
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level 64
Dec 2, 2018
Yeah. Annoyed me too.
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level 44
Sep 4, 2014
Fun quiz.
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level 46
Apr 3, 2018
Funk whiz.
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level 69
Sep 11, 2014
Go Lund!
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level 77
Sep 11, 2014
Okay, this was a lot of fun! Kudos to the author of it!
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level 63
Sep 11, 2014
The lowest-answered clue is the one that is literally given to you!
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level 80
Sep 12, 2014
Must be because SOED isn't really a word?
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level 77
Sep 12, 2014
jet and punk are also given to you right off the bat but only 74% get punk. and jet is currently the 2nd most guessed answer.
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level 33
Sep 11, 2014
"slang for marijuana" >weed still gets answer
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level 46
Sep 11, 2014
Haha, same thought process here.
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level 68
Sep 11, 2014
Good quiz
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level 71
Sep 11, 2014
Borrow is the opposite of lend. Unusual way of defining it.
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level 51
Sep 11, 2014
I made one thats similar (not as long) if anyone wants to take a shot at it: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/63288/air-to-force
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level 49
Sep 11, 2014
With a little more time I would have had them all.
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level 76
Sep 11, 2014
Finished with 2:06 to spare. Had to think on a few of them and work backwards from easier answers, but fun quiz.
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level 36
Sep 11, 2014
Lund in Punjabi means Penis.
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level 73
Jan 2, 2017
Pula is a town in Croatia and d*ck in Romanian (and rain/good luck in Setswana, also the currency of Botswana)
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level 67
Feb 21, 2018
:D Pula also means shortage or crisis in Finnish.
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level 67
Sep 11, 2014
the use of lend as an answer for to borrow is incorrect. a better useage would have been "to make a loan"
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level 63
Sep 11, 2014
This was fun, and the perfect amount of frustrating. LOL. Took me an embarrassingly long time to come up with "beer."
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level 50
Sep 11, 2014
Fun quiz. Love the game show "Chain Reaction" too.
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level 43
Sep 11, 2014
Frustrating, but definitely fun.
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level 67
Sep 11, 2014
Got them all with five seconds to go. Wasted a minute because I couldn't figure out pot for some reason.
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level 77
Sep 12, 2014
are you high?
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level 46
Oct 26, 2018
Quite the opposite, probably.
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level 80
Sep 12, 2014
Fun quiz, but why add on extras? Why not have punk be the next one after the Bermuda Triangle question? That's only one letter difference.
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level 32
Sep 13, 2014
Fun quiz!
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level 63
Sep 13, 2014
Make more of these!
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level 48
Sep 16, 2014
How is SOED the least guessed? It literally gives you the answer
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level 43
Feb 19, 2015
Agree :)
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level 48
Nov 17, 2014
How is SOED the least guessed? It literally gives you the answer.
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level 70
Jun 2, 2017
You can say THAT again.
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level 73
Jan 31, 2018
Apparently twice was enough
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level 50
Apr 20, 2015
Isn't it 'they grow into plants?'
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level 42
Jun 26, 2016
This was a fun quiz
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level 76
Jan 4, 2017
Seed should be "they grow into plants".
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level 69
May 30, 2018
Should be "It grows into a plant" since the answer isn't "seeds"
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level 51
Jan 25, 2017
How come only 71% got "punk"?
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level 73
Jan 31, 2018
Maybe ran out of time
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level 67
Feb 21, 2018
I had since long forgotten about it when I came to the last question and couldn't figure it out. D'oh!
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level 70
Jun 2, 2017
So....you're not going to bother to correct the clue for "lend"? Borrowing a lawn mower and lending a lawn mower are two different things. One requires you to own a lawn mower. The other requires that you lack one.
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level 69
May 30, 2018
bulk is the quantity, not the product.
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level 57
Oct 28, 2018
Both of these have been stated before, but borrowing and lending aren't the same thing and seeds don't groan (or grown or whatever) into plants! They grow into plants.