Monday, November 07, 2005

Punny Pic #2

The second ever Unknown Knowns picture pun contest has come to a close.

The answer?
"Exorcising my demons"

First off, allow me to apologize, the picture quality wasn't that great. I'll do better next time. I promise.

This one wasn't didn't result in as clear a winner as last time, but winners none the less. Yes, I did say winners. My roomate Jim solved it the day after I posted it, but he was in the room as I was working on the picture and heard me talk about it, so I said that I would only give him the prize if no one else got it. And no one else did. However, my friend Natasha came up with "Working out inner demons" and I thought that was a solid answer, albeit not the one I had in mind. So, I gave them each 5 dollar gift cards.

The clue was:

In this Halloween pic, the creatures are not g-men, and you won't find them saying "amen" either.

The answer I was going for was, of course, "de"-mons.

As a disclaimer, the two creature dudes (known to all you Herclues fans as Pain and Panic), are property of the Disney company, not Unknown Knowns. As if you didn't know that.

Image credits: I found the picture of Pain and Panic here, the track picture was yanked from here, the red headband from here, and the red, white and blue band I took from here.

Finally, thanks to everyone who participated! I was pleased with the turnout, and we'll have to do it again sometime real soon.


Steven said...

Oh but my name isn't Steve it's om... ummmmm.. om om Bob. If you can change the rules so too can I change my name. Alas, I understand and will refrain from this contest. It is for the best. Afterall, I wouldn't want to win them all.

Anonymous said...

Hey,it's 12:24,and no photo yet! Don't you know your fans are waiting??
(or maybe it's fans of Hastings??!!)

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Anonymous said...

What is up with your backgrounds? I was thinking the demons were CJ's track team.

Anonymous said...

You know, I could see the validity of a complaint about the background if I had another cememtary or something, but I mean, come on, you get exercise on a track.

I suppose if I had put the words "A place where you go to get exercise" in the background that might have been a little easier, but not by much.