Mental Rock Climbing Problems: Rebus Puzzles (Part 2)
Ok, you think you’re pretty slick because you solved all the puzzles from Mental Rock Climbing Problems: Rebus Puzzles (Part 1). But now we’ve got a whole new set for you.
For anyone who didn’t see last week’s offerings, click the link above.
A Rebus puzzle is a group of pictures and symbols that add up to a word or phrase. They can be about anything (see the example problems), but the batch of puzzles we have for you today are all about (surprise, surprise!) climbing!
(“Jack in the box” , “I’m in love” and “Think outside the box”)
Ok, get the gist? Now it’s time to see if your problem solving skills on the rock translate to these mental rock climbing mysteries.
Rock Climbing Rebus Puzzles (Part 2)
Daniel Kaye, the creator of all of the puzzles above, is a climber and rebus enthusiast. Follow him at @dynoDan.k for climbing content or, if you’re interested in seeing more rebus puzzles (climbing related and otherwise), check out his rebus Instagram @rebus.city.
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