Since I heard this three times in two weeks, I thought I should post it. There were eight people who recognized that the color of the letter was as important as the action itself. I do believe I hear this expression more watching American football than I do in reference to the actual historical event itself...
Or at least NO, no. The word "No" appears two different ways around the word "IT". So, the correct answer for this week is "No two ways about it." What do you think?
Looking at the words and the arrows, "what" goes up and "must" comes down, or, as the cliche puts it "What goes up must come down."
Congratulations to Amanda H. from Marion, WI; Diane K, Menasha, WI; Julia H, Shawano, WI; Mari H Appleton, WI; Monica B, Marion, WI; Taylor Z, Darboy, WI, and Tyler H from Shawano, WI.
Since I was on vacation, and didn't have an easy way to upload a new puzzle, I ran this one for two weeks. Thinking that some people may wonder why the puzzle wasn't changed, I wanted to let everyone know the I would return with a new one. So I made a puzzle out of the famous movie phrase: "I'll be back."
Was this week to be a record or not? That was my question. I was hoping that I would have a record number of winners or at least entries this week, but it turned out that was not to be.
We did get 4 winners, with one person admitting he overheard the answer. Thank you Taylor for your honesty, but since there are no real prizes I guess it doesn't mater.
The hint last week was that the answer might be good advice for when you are traveling this summer. The picture is of the Parthenon in Rome, "Quando" means "When" and "fai" is "do" in Italian. Putting that altogether, the sage advice is "When in Rome, do as the Romans do."
Some people thought that the hint was emphasizing the "space between us" and that deserved an honorable mention. But the hint as I intended it was pointing to nothing. Now, if you happen to know any astro-physics major (like I do), they will tell you that space is full of stuff and it's not "nothing". The correct answer is "There's nothing between us." What do you think? Do you think that is too narrow and I should let "space between
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.