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    Or Rob Zombie....
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    Ok, this is a bit of a stretch, but here goes:

    Jute (and other coarse fibers like flax and cork) can be used to make hessian fabric (commonly known in the US as burlap). Herman Hesse wrote a (relatively famous) book called Steppenwolf. The band Steppenwolf has songs called "Fat Jack", "Hippo Stomp" and "Rock Me" (also, theres the song "Earschplittenloudenboomer" which I include just because i wanted to write "Earschplittenloudenboomer"

    Fat could also be aft, but I got nothin there...
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    Ok, this is a bit of a stretch, but here goes:

    Jute (and other coarse fibers like flax and cork) can be used to make hessian fabric (commonly known in the US as burlap). Herman Hesse wrote a (relatively famous) book called Steppenwolf. The band Steppenwolf has songs called "Fat Jack", "Hippo Stomp" and "Rock Me" (also, theres the song "Earschplittenloudenboomer" which I include just because i wanted to write "Earschplittenloudenboomer"

    Fat could also be aft, but I got nothin there...
    If you're right, then I will be in complete awe of you for figuring this out!
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    You can make candles out of cork and fat and you can make wicks out of jute and flax. Maybe its a 70s mix pack with Candlewick Green.
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    Words, not letters?

    There seems to be some relationship to the words that have the symbols (especially the Pentagon group):

    CIRCLE
    cashbox
    pilot
    finch
    brutal

    HEXAGON
    panic
    offender
    steel

    DIAMOND
    junkyard
    mythical
    undersea
    bulging

    PENTAGON
    blubber
    tank
    officer
    discharge
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    Hessian... maybe



    Probably wishful thinking.
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    Whoops - 2 symbols have 2 words

    I missed the fact that a 3 symbols are at intersections:

    PENTAGON
    blubber
    tank
    officer
    discharge
    section
    chops

    HEXAGON
    panic
    offender
    steel
    exist
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    Hessian does indeed fit with cork, flax, jute and fat.
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    Well that would certainly be shocking

    "Hessian does indeed fit with cork, flax, jute and fat."

    Can you explain the connection, I'm missing something obvious

    edit: Jute (and other coarse fibers like flax and cork) can be used to make hessian fabric (commonly known in the US as burlap).


    answered my own question from the Steppenwolf guess
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    Any connection with the pink fluid on the background of the crosswords? (I'm dreaming about a correlation to pink floyd... ahaha)
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