Is it WBM to BMW?|
Just a guess.
Reply #41. Jan 25 09, 5:39 PM
is #17 a shirt and shorts?|
Reply #42. Jan 27 09, 3:58 PM
#17 is shirts and shorts.|
20. Take the name of a two word kitchen item. Add the letters "er" somewhere in one of the words, and phonetically, you get the name of event coming up soon. What is it?
Reply #43. Jan 31 09, 9:35 PM
#20 super bowl (soup bowl)|
Reply #44. Feb 05 09, 10:41 AM
16. Take the name of a product brand. Take the last letter, make it the first letter, and you get the name a former country. What are they?|
Reply #45. Feb 05 09, 10:48 AM
how about 17 being "panty" and "pants"- you said one of them is plural|
Reply #47. Feb 11 09, 7:30 PM
Updates: Numbers 8, 10b, Original 12, 18, and 19 have not been answered.|
Reply #49. Feb 21 09, 7:49 PM
21. Take the name of a Spanish verb which means "to participate in a physical activity made very popular in 2008". Move the last letter six letters up the alphabet, and you get the name of a man who made news in sports in 2008.|
22. "Four" in English, "cinco" in Spanish, and "ni" and "san" in Japanese share what property?
Reply #50. Feb 24 09, 9:11 PM
22. They're all holidays . Fourth of July in the states. Cinco de Mayo in Mexico. Various holidays on the 23rd(ni=2, san=3) in Japan (Labour Day, the Emperor's birthday).|
Reply #51. Feb 24 09, 10:15 PM
That's not it, sorry.|
The property has to do with just the numbers.
Reply #52. Feb 25 09, 5:50 AM
22. "Four" in English, "cinco" in Spanish, and "ni" and "san" in Japanese share what property?|
The number of letters relate to the actual number:
Four (4) - has four letters
Cinco (5) - has five letters
Ni (2) - has two letters
San (3) - has three letters
Reply #53. Feb 25 09, 8:44 AM
23. Take the first name of one of the biggest names in sports. If you add two more syllables after his name, you phonetically get the last name of a man who appears on ESPN once a year. Who are they?|
Reply #55. Mar 08 09, 7:08 PM
24. Take the name of a musical term. Remove the first letter, and you get a musical instrument. What are they?|
Reply #56. Mar 19 09, 7:27 PM
24. Sharp, harp|
Reply #57. Mar 19 09, 9:27 PM
8.) is no. 8 "three french hens"?|
Reply #58. Mar 19 09, 9:28 PM
25. Take a two word phrase that would might describe a popular song in general. These two words are synonyms. What is the two word phrase?|
26. Take the name of the most iconic part of a European UNESCO site. Add a letter to the end, and you get the name of a U.S. national park. What are they?
27. Take a 3-word, 14-letter phrase meaning "experienced". Change the 10th letter to one letter down the alphabet, and you get a phrase meaning "all the time". What are the two phrases?
Reply #59. Mar 21 09, 10:35 AM
28. What do the words have in common? Share, crane, carper, vine, tome, duci, drone, blintz, and uphold.|
29. What U.S. state can you add two letters to the beginning or end of the state name in order to get a bordering state? What countries also have this same property?
30. Take the names of two bordering world countries. Remove the first letter off of one, and remove two letters off of the other, and you get two words; one is singular, one is plural. What are the two countries?
31. Ambigrams are words, numbers, or phrases that can be turned upside down and become the same thing. For example, 1961 is the last year that had this property. My question is, what is the only professional U.S. team whose team name (like Braves, Packers, or Celtics) is ambigramic? Granted, many different team names can be ambigramic if you use a website like FlipScript.com, but what team name is basically ambigramic?
Reply #60. Mar 26 09, 7:40 PM
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