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The Mega-Rebus!

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

 

Puzzle ID:#16139
Fun:*** (2.15)
Difficulty:*** (2.98)
Category:Rebus
Submitted By:dsquared*nz****

 

 

 



Combine each of the situations/parts below to come up with a common expression. Each part basically resolves to a part of the solution and combined will give you the answer/phrase you are looking for.

========
PART A.
========
Step 1.) You
*Step 2.) Sir You*

========
PART B.
========
Step 1. below)
You and I
Seat

Step 2. below)
Y
o
u

a
n
d

I
ground

========
PART C.
========
Step 1. below)
w/e


ground
---------------

Step 2. below)
w/e

ground
---------------

Step 3. below)
w/e
ground



Answer

United we stand, divided we fall

PART A. - When someone becomes a Sir, they have been 'knighted' therefore in Step 2.) as indicated by the *'s it is 'You, knighted' or United.

PART B. - "You and I" = We. What has happened in the two steps. "We" was on a seat and is now? "We" is now standing, therefore with the steps it is saying 'We stand'

PART C. - This is motion based and what does '/' stand for in the 'we'? The '/' is a division symbol therefore it is 'We divided' and it in each step it is close to the ground therefore it is falling, therefore it is "Divided we fall"

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