#2 — Punny Monday — 2009

What noun (thing) 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.

Use the EMAIL link.  Some of you are sending your guess to my old address and I don’t find them in time for the contest!

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.

Winner!

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January 12th, 2009, 1:46 a.m. — Dr. John —Super Glue!

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.January 12th, 2009, 4:16 a.m. — Bazza —Super Glue!

January 12th, 2009, 5:09 a.m. — Melli —SOUPER Glue!

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Wild Guesses!

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January 12th, 2009, 3:21 a.m. — Jane — Stick to Your Ribs.

January 12th, 2009, 5:11 a.m. — Jane — Clam Up.

January 12th, 2009, 5:45 a.m. — Raven — Gluten.

January 12th, 2009, 5:45 a.m. — Jeff — Mmmm Mmmm Glued.

20 thoughts on “#2 — Punny Monday — 2009

  1. I finally remembered to get here early enough to guess and now I got nothin’ Sheesh

    I do know that this would be one meal that would stick to your ribs!

  2. Dr. John — I’ll see if I can’t get my friend, Elmer, to help you.

    Jane — I bet you are so banging your head right now. You were so close — and yet so far.

    Doug — I am a wonder, aren’t I?

    Bazza — it is a bit gluey, isn’t it?

    Melli — tell me you didn’t smile!

    Mar — no Elmer’s glue bottles in your part of the world?

    Raven — I do love this game, but believe it or not, the thoughts don’t always come as easy as this.

    Jeff — I bet your kindergarten teacher’s most frequent words when speaking to you were, “Don’t eat the paste!” I’ve got to tell you, though, I loved your answers — the offical guess and the “stick to your ribs” comment — both had me laughing.

    Carletta — you’re a teacher. Surely you know this bottle well?

    Shelly — as crafty as you are, you don’t recognize this little orange cap?

    Jientje — Elmer’s Glue. This bottle is an icon in American schools. It has looked pretty much the same since I was a toddler.

  3. You never cease to amaze me! Sorry I didn’t arrive in time to come up with the correct answer 😉 Just viewed the water scenes you posted what a difference from the desert! If you and OC need a house sitter while you venture off just let me know. I’m sure none of your friends have ever made such a charitable offer before. Love P.

  4. Juliana — what?! Campbell’s soup and Elmer’s glue aren’t universal? They are both American icons. Neither of them have changed much since my childhood!

    Melli — I left a comment on his post right after I posted the winner.

    Jane — you had me singing, “So close, so close and yet so far ….”.

    Pauline — actually, everyone has been polite enough to want us home when they visit, or so they’ve said.

    Raven — after I thought this one up, I giggled for a week!

    Jeff — obvious, even.

    Carletta — I used the chowder label on purpose thinking it might slow folks down just a bit, but I never thought it would completely derail anybody.

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