“Fun Stop,” New Era, March 2017
The stakes aren’t quite life and death, but they’re close. You’re at your favorite amusement park, and you only have three hours to hit all your favorite rides. The only way to do so is to not backtrack EVEN ONCE! Ready, set, go!
Ever heard of a “hink pink”? It’s a two-word rhyming solution to a puzzle, where each word in the answer has the same number of syllables.
Example: what would you call highly unusual facial hair? Weird beard! Try to solve the following hink pinks. Answers below.
Laban’s favorite weapon, with nothing interesting to do._________________ _________________
A pedal-propelled mode of transportation made from frozen water._________________ _________________
An outstanding marsupial._________________ _________________
Naomi’s daughter-in-law, tellin’ it like it is._________________ _________________
A magical grasshopper._________________ _________________
If Laman and Lemuel’s dad were about two feet tall._________________ _________________
A confident and hopeful, tuxedoed resident of the South Pole._________________ _________________
A moat-worthy fortress where people give you a hard time._________________ _________________
Sending someone away because they brought you one of Paul’s letters._________________ _________________
A ball-shaped, divine act._________________ _________________
Pet dogs (OK, not really) of the prophet in the lion’s den._________________ _________________
The ability to clearly see the pure love of Christ._________________ _________________
Captain Moroni’s assistant headed to the market to buy paper and ink. A scroll of paper and bottle of ink had the combined cost of a few shiblons of silver, which we’ll call $1.10. The paper cost one dollar more than the ink. How much did the ink cost? Check your answer below.
The ink cost 5 cents (not 10).