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Rebus brain teasers use words or letters in interesting orientations to represent common phrases.


Puzzle ID:#43589
Fun:*** (2.33)
Difficulty:* (0.83)
Submitted By:toucan_danAus****!!




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Nov 20, 2008

But what does your answer, "until death do we part" mean? I found that phrasing humorous, as it seems to have the opposite meaning of the more familiar, "until death do US part". That little word change makes a huge difference, I think - and maybe explains high divorce rates!
Nov 20, 2008

I agree with tpg... I'm more familiar with "Until death do us part." Which is the same as "Until death parts us." Whereas "Until death do we part" sounds like "We part until death."
Nov 20, 2008

Ewww, too confuzzling!
Nov 20, 2008

like evry1 else sed, it wouldve been easier as "til death do US part" but it was still a nice teaser
Nov 23, 2008

easy teaser =D
if you know marriage vows (which i do even though im like 12 [almost 13! xD]) then you would be able to get it. Good though!
Nov 25, 2008

Good rebus, Dan. It seemed easy to me, but rebus teasers are my favorite kind so maybe I concentrate on them more. Thanks for posting.
Dec 02, 2008

OK, Kiddies, time to break out the old Grammar book! Dan, my man, "we" is just dead wrong! Wrong case, that is. "We" is in the subjective case, which means it can be used as the subject of a sentence, but NOT as an object. "Us"is in the objective case, which is the correct usage in "Until death do US part" because "us" is the object of the verb, "do part". Backto fourth grade for you, friend, until you get your pronoun cases straight!
Dec 02, 2008

I'm sorry. English isn't my first language and I have put in for a correction but there has been none.
Feb 05, 2009

Actually, this is technically grammatically correct. The common phrase is "Until death do us apart" (not "until death do us part").
What this sentence is saying is "We're parted until we die." So it's right, it's just not what we'd expect, which is an interesting twist.
Apr 05, 2009

Mar 10, 2010

Good one.

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