I saw a display made by Judy N. which asked the question "Which did you prefer, the book or the movie?" To my discredit, I didn't realize that "Life of Pi" was a book until then.I should probably get around to reading it one of these days.
Like I said, I like incorrect Guesses. Because if I had thought of it differently, "Incomplete Stop" would have been perfect. But I was thinking about something else/ The hint that I gave was that this had to do with a someone popular in the summer, but not a specific person.After getting the incorrect answer, I think I could have made this puzzle differently. O, well, that didn't happen. So the person I saw in this picture was one of the boys (or girls) of summer: the shortstop.
Despite leaving this up for a few weeks, only a few people got is. AB+ is a blood type and Cain & Ab;e were brothers so the saying is "Blood Brothers"
If you look from a distance, the word "LIE" should be pretty obvious. Taking a closer look, you should see LIE is made from the word "Look". Putting the two together: "Looks can be deceiving".
There's a check mark and a picture of a female and a male. The check mark is in the male. "The check is in the mail."
This is a fairly straight-forward puzzle. We have the word "I'm" made from pictures of ears: "I'm all ears"
A statement and a question both in one picture. The key to this puzzle is to figure out what it's made of: Wood. The "I" is wood and there's a wood "U". Which is a great pun "I would. Would you?"
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.