Punny Monday

What idiomatic phrase does this photo represent? EMAIL your answers and leave a comment designed to either help or confuse your fellow game players.

The first contestant to EMAIL me the right answer wins a featured link in my blog which will display until next Monday when we’ll play this little game again. Enjoy.

PLEASE, do not write your guess in the comments. It spoils the game for the other players. Your guesses will be shared when the game ends.

Wild Guesses & a Winner!

December 8th, 2008, 4:16 a.m. — Lisa — Backseat Driver

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December 8th, 2008, 2:46 a.m. — GEL —belt it out; below the belt; Strapped for cash; strapping shoulders;  a mere strapling; Bible belt

December 8th, 2008, 5:16 a.m. — Melli —Backseat Driver

11 thoughts on “Punny Monday

  1. Gel — that means you are missing a driving bit of knowledge.

    Melli — thank you. You just effectively ended the contest and I don’t have another post planned!

    Dr. John — how do you know MElli is correct? She’s made mistakes before!

  2. I have to admit, I NEVER know what the answer is for Punny Monday. Perhaps I’m too much of a boring straight-arrow to figure them out. But it is fun to keep scratching my head all day long (or longer).

  3. Well, I don’t think I ended the contest… so there! BLLLLPH! :p I didn’t give the answer. I just said I GOT it! And I DID got it — but I didn’t WIN it… so nyah!

  4. oh, duh, Now I recognize that as a golf club!
    (Silly me came to this site after “chasing the sunrise, yet again!”) Hope my weird answers made you laugh, Quilly! 🙂

  5. P.S. Quilly, thanks for the hint, but I didn’t come to your site until now. I tried to put your site in my google reader, but it isn’t accepted there.
    Very good contest!

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