# You can't see this rebus riddle

It is a rebus, fine
But also a riddle
It must be a sign
Spoken but seen a little

• Not sure if it means anything, but some basic image processing yielded this. – ibrahim mahrir Feb 13 '18 at 0:00

## 9 Answers

Is it

Blind Spot

not sure though,

from curtisks answer and the last line : "Spoken but seen a little". As, by definition : bind spot is, An area that is not able to be seen, either due to its location outside of the field of vision

• Some explanation: I've removed the body from the sign. So only the "spot" and the "stick" left. And the riddle and the rest refers the English idiom. – ermanen Feb 13 '18 at 18:27

Is it "Blind"? It reminded me of one of the standard street signs, not seen too often except in areas where blind people live

• You are almost there. It is simple but not that simple. Well, I have to give another hint then: It is two words, not one word. – ermanen Feb 12 '18 at 21:55
• Just to be more clear, you found one of the words. – ermanen Feb 13 '18 at 2:20

Morse code? Morse code uses dots and dashes. You can use it as a sign language to communicate (thats what some WWII POWs did in Japanese concentration camps) and its mostly spoken (or heard) in blips and bloops (more or less) and sometimes seen a little.

• Nice try, not correct. – ermanen Feb 12 '18 at 21:54

Is it

Blind Corner Ahead?

Because:

The sign looks like a warning to look out for blind pedestrians, but the stick figure is just a head, or "just ahead". The walking stick is pointing to a corner of the sign.

• This seems like it, but @ermanen said in a comment that it's only two words. Remove "ahead" and it'd seem spot on! – Asteria Feb 13 '18 at 5:56

Is it sign language? Just a guess; doesn't really fit the picture but it fits the third line: It must be a sign/Spoken but seen a little

• Nope, "curtisk" found one of the words. – ermanen Feb 13 '18 at 2:21

Is it a

Blind Turn

because it looks like a

titled bicycle

I think it’s

“spot on”

because

The dot is a “spot” and the line is either the “on” part of an on/off switch, or the spot is “on” the line (collinear).

• How does this tie in to "You can't see this rebus riddle"? – Jason V Feb 13 '18 at 13:44

Building off @curtisk 's answer:

is it

Blind drive?

As

It follows street sign format, and "blind drive" is a common street sign (at least around me); the dot could represent Braille (used by the blind), and the line could indicate forward movement (=drive?).

• Nope. So close. It is related to driving also. – ermanen Feb 13 '18 at 3:26

Colour Blind

Because:

it is black and white :) so you see less

• Note the spoiler command >! – TheSimpliFire May 22 at 8:10