2.16.2007

Word Puzzle Redux

Since anonymous got the answer so quickly I thought I throw out another quick Word Puzzle for the weekenders. Love and kisses! (It's easy, you'll see right through this one.)


















Or Try this one on for size:





















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10 Comments:

Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Ah, well, they're obviously movie titles:

1. Baby, Baby
2. Cell Door Skank

Kinda surprised you've heard of that second movie, young lady.

I actually have no idea what the answers really are.

17/2/07 10:11  
Blogger k_sra said...

So close, Steve, so close.

Well, actually you're not close at all.

Hint for both puzzles: see-through

17/2/07 13:44  
Anonymous lostdog said...

I think the first one might be "transparent", but I don't know why...

Best I could do for the second is "cell-love-fame", which sounds a little bit like cellophane, which I don't even think you have over there in the States. You guys call it saran wrap, or something.

Don't worry, I know I'm wrong.

19/2/07 12:28  
Blogger k_sra said...

Lostdog, you are so modest. If you know you're wrong then I won't trouble you by telling you that you're right... on both counts. (Although I was technically going for cell-love-vain, but whatever) and yes we have cellophane and the first puzzle was kind of a right-brainer "trains" + "parent" = transparent. Well done, nontheless!

Now, I think you should see if you can come up with one yourself and email it to me. : )

19/2/07 13:56  
Anonymous lostdog said...

Wow, I was right! What are the chances of that happening?

But it does beg the question - what the hell is saran wrap then?

19/2/07 16:34  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Saran wrap would would be a photo of Sarah, an "N" and a photo of a roll of wrapping paper.

19/2/07 16:52  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

Ha!

(it's a brand name for a type of plastic wrap, though Saran wrap, plastic wrap, and cellophane are all terms used for the plastic stuff you wrap food in, cellophane generally conjures up thoughts of the thick stuff used in gift baskets. I've heard "plastic wrap" used most often.)

Great job on guessing. I didn't have a clue about either.

19/2/07 22:25  
Blogger uncle jim said...

you guys drive me nuts ... i look at the same pix as you and don't have a clue as to the clue and end up more clueless than i started

19/2/07 22:52  
Blogger k_sra said...

uncle jim, I highly recommend you take a turn on the other side of the puzzle and come up with one yourself. It's a liberating feeling. : ) My email is always open.

Steve, that would be a good one, but thankfully now no one has to attempt it. *whew* Steve, when are you gonna do one?

World, you should be lucluctant to complain after what you put us through! : P However, that does give us shorthand for "re-" should anyone want to use it again. Again.

lostdoggie, thanks for the puzzles you sent and for taking up the challenge. I will post them this Friday!

20/2/07 07:49  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

//Steve, when are you gonna do one?//

Are you really sure you want me to? :^)

20/2/07 12:13  

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