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    I see how you got there but no...

    First ones hard, biblical even.

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    Oh well, thanks a lot for that .
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    Thanks for the rep, but I don't actually know this, just the biblical part. Something with lots, possibly salt.... Umm, how about 'assault and battery'
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    Ach, I thought this one might take a bit longer...

    A pillar of Salt and Battery, it is...

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails pica.jpg   picb.jpg  
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    yuk!

    All I can think of for first bit is;
    Hand over ...
    or
    The Keys to ...
    but can't come up with anything for second that'd make sense

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    Key to the door?
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    'key' or an equivalent word isn't a part of the solution. Could be something else. It does kind of tie the pictures together to give the expression an, ah, alternative meaning. The second pic... don't think of a noun.
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    Hmm.Picture 1 looks like your avatar, or a deformed rabbit (Thanks to Phoebe's guitar chords in Friends) handing keys to a silhouetted hand, whereas picture 2 is a derelict building in a rundown area.Struggling with this one. Erm, Shadowland. Rubbish I know, but it's all I can think of.
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    Slum-lord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paggers View Post
    Hmm.Picture 1 looks like your avatar, or a deformed rabbit (Thanks to Phoebe's guitar chords in Friends) handing keys to a silhouetted hand, whereas picture 2 is a derelict building in a rundown area.
    You're awfully close. One synonym away from having all the ingredients.
    Last edited by Muizer; December 05, 2018 at 02:20 AM.
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    Hand over, erm something. Jeez I'm stuck.
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    synonym of 'hand over'?
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    Too hard, perhaps. I'll give you the answer this evening

    And the answer is:

    "to give someone the rundown"

    Whoever feels like it can take the next turn. Don't have anything lined up atm.
    Last edited by Muizer; December 08, 2018 at 03:59 PM.
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    aaaah! didn't realise you posted that as hadn't spotted the edit.


    Very nasty!


    I don't have anything either yet - maybe someone else?

    We need some new blood!


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    Oh well, someone's got to do it:
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    I can't for the life of me figure out what the second photo is supposed to represent

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    I'm not even sure about the first. It's (part of) a ship, but that still leaves the meaning of it being from a game/simulation. My best guess for the second would be 'winter'. Adds up to nothing though.
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    Ship shape?
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    The whole thing was meant to have a slightly festive theme...

    1st is just a part of a ship
    2nd isn't about the season it's about the type of buildings.

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