After having no winners the week before, we got seven when I added the hint. But, sis the hint make it too easy? Let me know your thoughts.
OK, so technically there's more than one mouth inside "Word", but when I tried the picture with only one mouth, you couldn't tell what it was.
I'm sure most of you were able to tell that the two "gethers" and four "evers" created the phrase "Together forever" in honor of Valentine's Day. I hope you had a great Valentine's Day and that you enjoyed the puzzle as well.
Well, I did it again. I stumped you. I think I am going to recycle this one in the future, so I wont give it away now.
Notice that the i's are skinny compared to the word skating. The solution to this puzzle is "Skating on thin ice" a pun on the letter i.
That's more than just a wish this time of year, it's the solution to last week's puzzle. Congratulations to Jenni from Madison for getting the answer right, although I do like the answer that Evelyne V from France gave: "Variety is the spice of life." I may have to work that in to a future WIR.
Since the word "Time" stretches across the entire picture, you could say it's a "long time". Of course the alphabet is missing the letter C, so the phrase is "Long time no see."
No one got the right answer last week. I'm not going to post the answer yet for this puzzle, but rather give you a chance to solve it with some help from others. The only hint I am going to give you is that I posted this right after the US elections...
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.