News, but not the serious kind
Just call me “Easy Writer”
Blog Guy, a couple of weeks ago you featured a rebus in your blog. How about another one?
Rebus? You mean that Roman guy who was the brother of Romulus?
No, you dimwit. Not Remus, REBUS!
Oh, you mean Uncle Rebus, that guy with the “Br’er Rabbit” stories.
You really are a simpleton! That’s Uncle Remus. I’m talking about a rebus, which is a puzzle where pictures suggest a word or a phrase. You did one, and it was fun.
Well, who knew there was a word for it? Okay, I have some photos here I’m not using for anything, so let’s see if my readers can solve the puzzle.
But the answer better not be “briar patch,” because that would make me right about Uncle Rebus!
Combo left: A barman holds up a bottle of Absinthe in a 1998 file photo. Absinthe, a highly potent form of alcohol, was banned in the United States and most of Western Europe in the early 90′s. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
Combo center: A vendor in a chocolate shop holds up Belgian praline boxes made for Valentine’s Day in a 2007 file photo. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
Combo right: Actor Peter Fonda poses for a portrait on a replica of the “Captain America” bike in Glendale, California October 23, 2009. Fonda was promoting the recent release on blu-ray disk of the 1969 movie “Easy Rider” on its 40th anniversary. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni