The fourth in our series of pictograms rounds, this pub quiz handout round features 10 images that use letters, words and symbols in a particular way to describe well known phrases. The aim for teams in your quiz is to work out these phrases.
The following image shows an example of pictogram, where the correct answer of the phrase being described by the pictogram is "put on weight". This is arrived at from the word "put" being "on" the word "ton", which is an example of a weight.
All of the phrases are well known and as an added clue the number of words in each phrase is given. Some are fairly straightforward to make sure all teams can get going on this round without too much trouble, but there are a few pictograms where a great deal of lateral thinking may be needed to arrive at the correct answer.
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