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Comments on Puzzle #32872: An Unpleasant Anagram for Teresa K
By sanane samanye (maceraseven)

peek at solution       solve puzzle
  version: 3    quality:   difficulty:   solvability: line & color logic only  

Puzzle Description:

Can you guess?

#1: Web Paint-By-Number Robot (webpbn) on Sep 10, 2019

New version published by maceraseven.
#2: Web Paint-By-Number Robot (webpbn) on Sep 10, 2019
New version published by maceraseven.
#3: Bill Eisenmann (Bullet) on Sep 10, 2019 [SPOILER]
Seek rat
#4: jewel crown (jewel) on Sep 10, 2019
That's what I came up with too.
#5: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Sep 10, 2019 [SPOILER]
Rats are perfectly pleasant! If my pet rat had gone missing, I'd want to seek her out. :)
#6: Teresa K (fasstar) on Sep 10, 2019
Thanks, Maceraseven. That was fun to solve and watch the image take shape. The two red dots made me think it would have something to do with a taser. Well, if I were to find a rat, I would want it to be as lifeless as this one.

This reminds me of a recent visit to my cousin's summer cabin. She and her husband had not bee to the cabin for several months, and when they opened it up, the found things knocked off of shelves, cushions shredded, messes everywhere, including droppings. My brother set a trap, and the next day they found the rat that had trashed their cabin. Now they have quite a mess to clean up. I'm glad my brother caught the culprit for my cousin, but yuck.

Sorry, Kristen. I have a tiny chihuahua that is about the size of a big rat. I can love the dog, but I don't think I could harbor affection for a rat. Ugh.
#7: sanane samanye (maceraseven) on Sep 10, 2019
Bill is right. Congrats.
#8: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Sep 10, 2019 [SPOILER]
Teresa, look at these cute photos of rats with tiny teddy bears! https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=rat+holding+teddy+bear&qpvt=rat+holding+teddy+bear&FORM=IGRE
#9: Teresa K (fasstar) on Sep 10, 2019
Okay, those are cute rats. But I only want to see them in pictures. :-)
#10: Andrew Schultz (blurglecruncheon) on Sep 11, 2019 [SPOILER]
Basically the same as Bill, but I saw "Rat Seek" (the rat is on the left) becoming "Rats, Eek" (do we allow oronyms with anagrams as I figured an actual "eek" might be too on the nose.

Or maybe I was biased because I guessed it might be "RATS EEK" because I'd earlier checked what could anagram Teresa K.

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