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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 20 Oct '10 03:29
    The answer is two rhyming words of two syllables each. The hint is "happy chicken".
  2. 20 Oct '10 03:49
    Lucky Ducky?
  3. 20 Oct '10 03:58
    But a duck is not a chicken.
  4. 20 Oct '10 07:21 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    But a duck is not a chicken.
    Dapper Flapper?
    Rooster Booster?
  5. 20 Oct '10 11:13
    hippie chicky...
  6. 20 Oct '10 11:49
    perky turkey?
  7. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    20 Oct '10 13:43
    Giddy biddy?
  8. Standard member wolfgang59
    Infidel
    20 Oct '10 14:24
    pleasant pheasant
  9. 20 Oct '10 17:16 / 1 edit
    I'll see if my friend thinks those are right. Thanks for the help

    EDIT: But I think "giddy biddy" makes the most sense.

    Meanwhile, anyone know of a solution for the hint "two kinds of sandwiches combined to make a big ethnic one"? It's still two rhyming two-syllable words.
  10. 20 Oct '10 20:55
    It was a hero gyro.
    Wow, how abstract can one get?
  11. 20 Oct '10 21:33
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    I'll see if my friend thinks those are right. Thanks for the help

    EDIT: But I think "giddy biddy" makes the most sense.

    Meanwhile, anyone know of a solution for the hint "two kinds of sandwiches combined to make a big ethnic one"? It's still two rhyming two-syllable words.
    are u kidding me?
  12. 21 Oct '10 07:32
    No, just using you
    But I do appreciate it.
  13. 21 Oct '10 09:07 / 2 edits
    In English a gyro is a doner kebab (with two little dots over the o)

    Do hero and gyro rhyme in American? In English hero rhymes with zero, and gyro rhymes with biro.
  14. 21 Oct '10 17:58
    I don't why there'd be a difference in England, but according to Merriam Webster it's pronounced "YEE-row", or "ZHEE-row", and it's definitely an ethnic sandwich:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gyro
  15. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    21 Oct '10 19:33 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by iamatiger
    In English a gyro is a doner kebab (with two little dots over the o)

    Do hero and gyro rhyme in American? In English hero rhymes with zero, and gyro rhymes with biro.
    Gyro (the food) = yeero

    What's a biro?

    Gyro (the spinning thing) = jiro, rhymes with Cairo