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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Icecube or Haystack?




Let's try and settle this one. It has been argued about for way too long.


Is it an ice cube or a haystack? Please use comments link below - no registration required - just check anonymous if needed.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Definitely and ice cube, they have used the picture before and it was an ice cube and they have a different picture for hay

Anonymous said...

Ice cube for sure sooo U+Tee+Me or My+C+Ice+Y=....Can't figure it out

Anonymous said...

I hate to give away the answer, but if someone were to bribe me with just the right number of mickeys, we may be able to come to some sort of an agreement. You'll be very upset with yourself when I give up the answer!

Anonymous said...

What do you do with a golf ball on a T? You "drive" it.

It is ICE!

U Drive Me
C Ice Y

You Drive Me Crazy

Anonymous said...

Still not sure about what the ice cube means but It HAS to be "You drive me crazy".

Anonymous said...

where do you come up with the "r" for crazy? I'm not buying the "drive" either. Back to the drawing board buddy! If you are right, then I'm banning Mickey's and going back to old faithful Colt 45. They never let me down. (I hope you're not right!)

Anonymous said...

The golf ball on a tee does mean drive ive seen it on a cap that read no drinkin and drivin. the ice cube has been used before too it is a far reach but i think it is u drive me crazy

Anonymous said...

"You drive me crazy" is the only thing it could be. I think the ice cube melting is supposed to signify the word raze, which means to erase or completely demolish/level. This is the only way it would make sense to be "You drive me crazy."

Anonymous said...

You ballpoint sissy

Anonymous said...

i dont know about crazy raze is horribly thought out if so.....

Anonymous said...

maybe this one is literally eant to drive me crazy too....

Anonymous said...

just my opinion but maybe the ice cube is a misprint, its supposed to b a haystack so it says "u drive me crazy", lol maybe they misprinted it on purpose so that " they drive us crazy "

Anonymous said...

you drive me crazy.its a haystack (C. Hay. Y.)(chayy) crazy.

Anonymous said...

My answer to this is . You tease me silly.

Griffon said...
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Griffon said...

You Tease me see, I see why

Anonymous said...

it is raze. It means ' to tear in a downward motion'

Anonymous said...

http://mickeysbeercappuzzles.blogspot.com/2009/11/mickeys-cap-puzzle-13-answer-from.html
This is a link showing the answer to this :) it has driven us crazy too. Answer: "You Drive Me Crazy"

Anonymous said...

U got me cutey

Anonymous said...

Its not an ice cube....or a haystack....im pretty sure its a box...like a cardboard box...upside down....an ice cube doesnt shed water around itself in right angles....IMO

Anonymous said...

Seriously people, it's "you drive me, see, Ice, (that's) why.

Anonymous said...

I still have no clue wtf that box or ice cube shit is. I thought maybe it could be melting? U drive me cmelty lolz.

Professor Wiskas said...

I actually just called Mickey's to figure out this "c-hay-y" rebus. They. Don't. Know.

This shit is c-hay-y.

And it's definitely not hay. Why would Mickey's need to put an extra Y on the end of the puzzle when hay already ends in a Y.

U
Tee/time
Me/my
C
Ice/cube
Y


Kind of looks like they were trying to write "Mickey"

Canada Girl said...

You Drive Me Crazy

You= U
Drive= Golf Tee
Me= Person
C= C
Raze= def:To dissapear Meltin Ice Cube
Y

Anonymous said...

Thats a crate...u drive me crazy

joseph hall said...

U Tee-Me C-Ice-y U Seeming Saucy

Jeremy Phillippe said...

Your team smelly

Jeremy Phillippe said...

Your team smelly

Anonymous said...

You tease me cutey! Cube = Cubey = Cutey. And golf tee = tease.

Unknown said...

You'd think they'd use a picture of a steering wheel for "drive"