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    Rebus Puzzle Boxes 1

    A REBUS is a picture representation of a name, work, or phrase. Each "rebus" puzzle box below portrays a common word or phrase. Can you guess what it is?


    Answer:
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    Head over heels


















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    'Space Invaders' & 'Split Level' are 2 of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by masters View Post
    A REBUS is a picture representation of a name, work, or phrase. Each "rebus" puzzle box below portrays a common word or phrase. Can you guess what it is?


    Answer:
    Spoiler:
    Head over heels


















    Hi masters.

    I can see that you copied the puzzles from this site. Before peeking at the answers there, I got “life begins at 40”, “forgive and forget”, “split level”, “try to understand” and “in between jobs” myself.
    Last edited by TheAbstractionist; May 7th 2009 at 06:35 PM.
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    Got a few of them . . .


    VA DERS
    Spoiler:
    Space Invaders
    (space in VADERS)


    give . get
    give . get
    give . get
    give . get
    Spoiler:
    Forgive and forget
    (4 give & 4 get)


    KNEE
    UR FULL OF
    Spoiler:
    You're full of baloney.
    (UR FULL OF below KNEE)


    TRY STAND
    . . . .2
    Spoiler:
    Try to understand
    (TRY, 2 under STAND)


    NINE
    CUMULUS
    Spoiler:
    On cloud nine
    (on CLOUD, NINE)


    JOBINJOB
    Spoiler:
    In between jobs
    (IN between JOBS)


    TAILR
    RIALT
    AIRTL
    TLRIA
    Spoiler:
    Trial and error?



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    A few more . . . maybe.


    \begin{array}{c}L \\ [-2mm]<br />
\quad\;\; O \\ [-2mm]<br />
\qquad\quad V \\ [-2mm]<br />
\qquad\qquad E \end{array}
    Spoiler:
    Fall in love
    (fallin' LOVE)


    FAREDCE
    Spoiler:
    Red in the face


    WINEEEE
    Spoiler:
    Win with ease
    (WIN with E's)


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAbstractionist View Post
    Hi masters.

    I can see that you copied the puzzles from this site. Before peeking at the answers there, I got “life begins at 40”, “forgive and forget”, “split level”, “try to understand” and “in between jobs” myself.

    Now there's no fun in revealing the sources. Anybody can google. This is good mind exercise. Edit your post and remove the link.
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