Punny Monday — Special Tuesday Edition
Welcome to Punny Monday. Every Sunday evening about midnight Hawaii time I post an original photo and ask my readers to figure out what was going on in my brain (or Amoebaâ€™s) when he/I/we made it.
What 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 weâ€™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. Oh, and just because someone announces theyâ€™ve won, doesnâ€™t mean that they have. Please keep guessing until I post the answers!
The type of cross doesn’t matter.
I don’t know why Davy holds his fingers that way. It isn’t relevant.
Doug, it isn’t disrespectful!
Jane — thank you!
What is Davy doing?
It looks as though we are all
December 8th, 2009, 3:59 a.m. — Linda — Cross Your Fingers
December 8th, 2009, 5:41 a.m. — Melli — Irish Polka [dots], Rock on Jesus, Jesus My Rock
December 8th, 2009, 8:01 a.m. — Jane — Circle of Life
December 8th, 2009, 11:12 a.m. — Linda —*Hold Fast to the Cross; Holding on too the Cross
December 8th, 2009, 11:19 a.m. — Linda — Press On; Pressing On
December 8th, 2009, 11:30 a.m. — Polona — Cross Holding
*I wish I’d thought of those!
If I could figure out what the hell that is in your hand I would probably get the answer!!! PFFFT
That isn’t my hand.
pffft..well whose ever hand…it’s the object
The object is a cross, Thom.
Oh boy. If anyone should have a guess for a pun featuring a Celtic cross, I’d surely be the one, you’d think? But I’m clueless!!
Will have a pint of Guinness and try again…
Susan — too late!
Special edition or not, I have no clue!
Mar — sorry. Amoeba told me that was too hard.
I’m with Susan – should know, recognise the cross but a phrase?
Brain gone to jelly.
Thumbelina — sorry. I was thinking this would be easy.
I’m sorry but making frivolous puns about the crucifix are impious, disrespectful of one who suffered for you and badly timed. I can’t see clear to stigmatize Him further. Good gael!
Doug — I am sorry I have offended you. It certainly wasn’t my intent.
Oh my. No, there was a missing sentence that revealed that I was joking. The comment in full was supposed to end with “by which I mean, I have no idea.” Sorry for the misunderstanding. But you know me well enough by now, Quilly, to know that I consider piety a low and common blasphemy.
Circle of Life?????
And Doug…..you don’t know Quilly very well…..she would NEVER be disrespectful of our Savior nor his sacrifice!
Jane — thank you. Doug should know that. We’ve been friends a long time.
What in the world? The dots are bizarre.
One thought comes to mind – I’m sure it’s not even close.
Linda — the little kids decorated the crosses for the church Christmas tree. Some are even wilder!
Haven’t got a clue this time. I somehow think the gesture with the right hand has something to do with the answer.
Bill — yes. The gesture is pointing.
I have NO idea… and I gotta get out of here… I’ll send a wacky guess or two… and I’m sure it will come to me while I’m shopping!
Melli — I am sorry this was so hard!
Akelamalu — you’re in good company.
I’m clueless – as per usual. I did have the one I ever got correct; I better cherish that memory.
Capsun — and in my opinion you got the hardest one ever correct! Cherish that.
Picking his nose maybe? You think those clues are suppose to help? PFFFT
Thom — sigh
Well… those clues aren’t doing much… well, yea… I guess they clear up what it’s NOT a bit…
Melli — I think this whole thing was pointless and I should have skipped it.
Well, it has nothing to do with the cross, but I love that his right hand is in the UT Hook ’em Horns formation! Woohoo!
Linda — I love happy, optimistic players! Thank you.
late to the party and still don’t seem to have missed much
Polona — I am sorry the action and energy has disappeared from my site. Maybe after the move is over …..
Well, at least no one else got it either!! You totally stumped us.
Now I’m feeling cross. . .
Linda — “feeling cross” is where I started with this whole thing, but Amoeba told me that might be hard for people to decipher or appreciate since it was The cross I was using. I chose Cross Points instead, but still managed to offend Doug.
It always makes so much sense after seeing the answer…:) I had no ideas today.
Maybe it just went wacko being on Tuesday instead of Monday! LOL
I’m really not cross – that was just the only pun I could think of, and you KNOW I have to get something in!
Thanks for giving our brains a work-out!
Honestly? I don’t think I’ve ever heard that phrase before… I even GOOGLED cross point to see if I could come up with a phrase for it … and didn’t get much… OBVIOUSLY! LOL!!!
And I don’t think any of our blogs are quite as happening right now as they sometimes are — everyone is sO busy this time of year! With one thing or another….
I’ve heard the phrase before, but it wasn’t coming to me this morning.
Very witty Quilly,. I got the point part but failed to make the connection “cross points” I have a bit of med head right now (had the flu) so I may be typing a bit on the dippy side if so I apologize. Sorry I missed everythign the last few days, will try to catch up tomorrow!
I’d never have guessed Cross Points. I’ve never heard that phrase before that I can remember. Cross Roads, yes, but not Cross Points. Another great Punny Monday, Quilly. Yup, you stumped us this time.
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