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    Thanks Flinn,
    By the way, if you post here I think you're obliged to have a guess!

    I actually thought this one was going to be too easy...

    to quote Muizer from an earlier one, it's a bit biblical
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    Killing the thread again Mak?

    Umm, what about

    Fit for a king?
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    Killing the thread again Mak?
    yup

    Fit for a king?
    I'm tempted to say yes because it fits... but that wasn't what I was thinking of! 'Fit' is on the right sort of lines - he's just representing a characteristic (so is Elvis, but on a much more fundamental level )
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    Damn I would have never got that.

    reee don’t kill my thread
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    I've tried very hard, but I can't guess this.. Clever work Mak
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    After two weeks, (and I'm now not entirely sure who thinks they got what), in the interests of not killing the thread completely, I'd like to declare this one done!
    The phrase I was looking for was;
    "The quick and the dead" ----which I'm starting to suspect no-one has heard of

    Muizer's "Fit for a King" works at least as well for the pics, so I'll pass the baton and rep to him.
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    Ah - No idea what that was

    I'm too young...
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    I’ve never heard of the quick and the dead, or a lot of answers here tbh
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    Ah...tnx Mak. I was about to give the right answer anyway!

    Next one should be doable I think.
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    Actions speak louder than words?
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    nope, but not a million miles off
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    Quote Originally Posted by makanyane View Post
    "The quick and the dead" ----which I'm starting to suspect no-one has heard of
    Referring to gun slingers in the old west...

    Muiz.

    All or nothing.

    Putting your money where your mouth is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halie Satanus View Post
    All or nothing.

    Putting your money where your mouth is.
    Nope...

    I've replaced the 2nd image. Probably not much clearer, but you never know.
    Last edited by ♔Greek Strategos♔; February 12, 2019 at 03:36 PM. Reason: Merged posts.
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    Jeez I was thinking of gambling analogies
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    Sorry! My command of the english language isn't 100% and I was starting to wonder if the original pic wasn't a bit too much of a stretch. Anyway, it's still the same expression... so consider it a bonus hint
    Last edited by Muizer; February 11, 2019 at 01:19 PM.
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    Silence is golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sar1n View Post
    Silence is golden.
    That's actually very close, but not quite what I had in mind.
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    Small words make a big difference?
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    nope
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    Ah. The images could be the other way round....

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