Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Captain pl1ngpl0ng, Oct 10, 2020.
This should be a pretty well known song.
How the hell do you get "wish" from that first photo?
Really. How would anyone know that? Some of us can't read lips nd haven't memorized lines from "The Goonies."
I was originally trying to get people to remember the scene where the kids come across all the coins that's ends up being under the wishing well. Turns out that pop culture references aren't universal (see Dr. Evil upthread) and not every one gets them. So I provided extra details after.
Is there a song called Water Fountain?
Or Water Closet, oh wait, you'd only need the last pic for that.
3. lavatory, lav, en suite, restroom, bathroom, head, WC, loo, privy
There may be, but it's not the one I had in mind.
It's not Water Closet either.
To be fair, the third image also relied on either reading lips or being familiar with a pop culture reference, and that one didn't seem to bother you, presumably because you knew that reference!
I've never seen Goonies, but TBH I was too caught up in the thought that clue #3 was Johnny (or possibly Jack), that I was never going to get it anyway. I never even considered that it might be the *other* word from the two-word gif!
ETA: I think I know the new song, but since @Jim Klag and @BK613 basically walked me there, I think it's only fair to give them a first shot.
I never got to the last one to be honest other than to notice it was Jack Nicholson in The Shining. I was hung up on number 1.
How about this?
That's the one.
I have an incredibly easy one.
Beennsavingbthis one for when we needed a no-brainer.
It is always interesting to see where the Venn diagrams intersect and where they don't. I just wish someone had posted a partial guess or a "I got no clue" a bit earlier so hints could have been provided earlier (and without feeling the need to edit in the clues to avoid posting too many posts in a row.).
That's it, @auntiehill . Your turn.
Smell + sets + candy
I Smell Sex and Candy - Marcy Playground
You have #2 correct. Set.
The other two are about the ideas they represent.
Probably not it either
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