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Taken together, the meaning of the images below lead to a message. What is it?

1. It's a mouth, with a tree inside? 2. Uhhhh...

Note: The author is not liable for headaches that arrive when trying to interpret this puzzle literally.

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  • $\begingroup$ Has a correct answer been given? If so, please don't forget to $\color{green}{\checkmark \small\text{Accept}}$ it. If not, some responses to the answerers to help steer them in the right direction would be helpful. $\endgroup$ – Rubio Apr 21 '18 at 8:50
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Let's give it a try

I'm forced to eat broccoli (i feel you, they taste terrible)

First pic :

a tree in a mouth, broccoli resemble tiny trees

Second pic :

An eye (I); Air Force - Air = Force; This could be interpreteted as "I'm forced"

Not sure though

Edit:

I originally posted cauliflowers, user Jasen suggested Broccoli

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  • $\begingroup$ @Jasen Are called that in eng too? i didn't know that, i'll edit right away, thank you $\endgroup$ – Midori Apr 14 '18 at 9:54
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    $\begingroup$ yes, cauliflower is the white vairety. equally bad flavour $\endgroup$ – Jasen Apr 14 '18 at 10:18
  • $\begingroup$ This would be the answer if this were a normal rebus. Unfortunately, I love veggies. I am concerned that I made this puzzle unclear, so I added a tag. $\endgroup$ – SuperWild1 Apr 14 '18 at 14:21
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The first 1 could be

Tree-eat which sounds like treat?

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Stepping on the shoulders of QuantumTwinkie and Midori: The first part could be:

tree + eat > treat > tread

the second part:

sight(airforce-air) > sight force - sounds like side force (also called cornering force see this Wiki - My eyes caught the word lateral in this article which is coincidentally in the lateral-thinking tag you added - but probably just a coincidence)

together:

both parts are connected with tyres and the design of the tread pattern is essential for influencing the side force of a tyre. Therefore the message might be something like "Make sure you to control the tread pattern on your tyres in order not to slip with your car" :D

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