Today I've decided to make puzzles using images because that's easier for me to do than think of a sub-par riddle. A note about these: no, they do not necessarily pertain to a famous saying. Rather, they are simple sentences or phrases about something. There isn't anything hidden in the image hex or bit-wise; what you see is what you need.
I hope these ones are pretty easy! I plan to make more complicated ones down the line.

1: Found by Zimonze
2: Found by El-Guest
3: Found by El-Guest

Hints Found for 2:

The fruit in the basket aren't the focus of that picture; what's happening to the number of items? Is that something on the bee's head? That man's proportions are off!

Hints Found for 3:

The cross-out only pertains to the word it is on. There's nothing clever about it! The hat should only be worn by the ace. What do you see staring back at you?

Formal Hint 1:

The third image in 3 is not an iphone; what's important about it is what you see looking into it. The first image is something most people don't have in their yards anymore.

There are three to solve:

picture puzzles


2 is

"Little more than a bee sting"

3 is

"Well aren't you a winner?"

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    $\begingroup$ Are the references for the third one correct? Or am I totally on the wrong track? (And same for the second one with the exception of the fruit) $\endgroup$ – El-Guest Jul 31 '18 at 13:57
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    $\begingroup$ Okay I think I got the 2nd one...the 3rd one I feel I'm a little farther away... $\endgroup$ – El-Guest Jul 31 '18 at 14:42
  • $\begingroup$ 2nd is perfect :) Credited at the top until the third is found. 3: these parts are correct (lbh/frys, svefg). "Hint 1" was updated with a tidbit about the first image. What's happening to the "are"? There is no blending of words between pictures for this one. $\endgroup$ – iiiidk Jul 31 '18 at 14:58
  • $\begingroup$ Is the first picture supposed to be a rot13(fjvat)? $\endgroup$ – El-Guest Jul 31 '18 at 17:32
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    $\begingroup$ Well... you are indeed! Congrats on solving the second and third :) Big thanks to Zimonze for finding the answer to the first! $\endgroup$ – iiiidk Jul 31 '18 at 18:39

For #1:

Crocodile leaves to neverland ?
Croc+dial, leave, two, neverland

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    $\begingroup$ Correct! Maybe you can find the other two? The "proper" sentence I guess is rot13(Gur pebpbqvyr rfpncrf (be rfpncrq) gb Arireynaq.) $\endgroup$ – iiiidk Jul 31 '18 at 0:49

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