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Sesame

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

 

Puzzle ID:#3299
Fun:*** (2.17)
Difficulty:** (1.41)
Category:Rebus
Submitted By:lil_thugsta***

 

 

 



Can you decipher this:

S-E-S-A-M-E


Answer

Open Sesame.
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Comments

mr_popo
Apr 27, 2002

NICE!! job thugster
deadeye823**
Jun 04, 2005

It should be:
ses ame rather than s-e-s-a-m-e
Trickster1992Aen*
Jun 11, 2005

No, not really. VAD ERS isn't "open vaders" it's "space in vaders"
Therefore if he were to do that, it might confuse people and get them mad--maybe not even get accepted--because the answer would ACTUALLY be "Space in sesame" and I have no clue why there would be a space in a sesame... Clever one.
brudork*
Mar 10, 2007

I missed that? :
jasmin215**
Oct 26, 2007

i thought it should have been ses ame also becuase who says space in sesame, the point is to something you hear.. im sure no one says space in sesame. when i seen ses ame like that. i thought of open sesame. not space in sesame. just becuase you think like that doesnt mean everyone else does...

CUTE TEASER!! i got it for once
bradon182001*us*
May 31, 2009

Nice rebus. Thanks for posting.
twb123Ain*
Mar 13, 2012

Didn't get this at all
eighsseAus*
Sep 11, 2013

I do think "SES AME" makes a little more sense. And of course, the same modification can be used to produce different words in different rebuses. Just like two words on two rows can indicate that one word is "over" (or "on top of," or "above," or "on") the other, or that the second is "under" (or "beneath," or "below," or "underneath") the first. Or, simply that the two are "stacked." I just gave 9 terms that can be derived from one single arrangement. That's what's fun about rebus teasers



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