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The solution of these rebuses form into one phrase, A) + B) + C), but the final part is missing. What is the missing part?

A)

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B)

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C)


Note:

you don't need to make a rebus to answer, just typing it is suffice.

Hint 1:

I found that hexomino's solution to A) is more mature than my intended solution.

Hint 2:

Add a little bit of motion.

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I think C) is

Y

A) could be

Pokémon X (poke M on X)

B) is

& (amp or sand)

So with the final part it should be

Pokémon X&Y, the game.

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    $\begingroup$ Correct! This is my intended solution. $\endgroup$ – Chrone Nov 21 '18 at 15:09
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    $\begingroup$ Yay! Was not expecting to be the first to solve this. Great rebus :) $\endgroup$ – S. M. Nov 21 '18 at 15:10
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I think the answer is

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That is to say

Spencer

A)

Marks - the 'X' is drawn as if to indicate the location of a concealed object - "X marks the spot". The finger is pointing at the M to highlight the word "marks" in that sentiment and the fact that we generally refer to the store Marks & Spencer as M&S.

B)

& - which is called ampersand. The picture sounds this out - amp or sand.

C)

Spencer - the missing part I have included. The picture is of Mike Pence. Note how we use the same pointing finger to highlight the 'S' in the informal moniker M&S.

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  • $\begingroup$ +1 for the work you’ve done with the Spencer rebus but unfortunately, while the B) is correct the A) and C) is not my intended answer. Although, I feel a little embarrassed now because your solution to A) is more cooler and mature than mine. All that being said, I feel that my solution is to a certain degree more self-contained and traditionally rebus-ish? than yours. Still, I will def. accept this if there’s no better solution posted here. $\endgroup$ – Chrone Nov 19 '18 at 16:56

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