You might find the word – image puzzle on this level a bit tricky, but this is exactly what the game developers had in mind when they created this game: they wanted to you to exercise your brain to process, to solve problems, to deduct the answer based on visual cues and finally, to guess a saying or to learn a new phrase. Some of these challenging tasks are easy, some are harder than you think. If you arrived at the What’s the Saying Variety 2 Level 38 answers and hints page, it means you are either stuck, or you just need confirmation for a solution you found on your own. In either case, you are in the right spot.
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What’s the Saying Variety 2 Level 38 Answers
HEAD OVER HEELS
Hints: - What you see here are, in order: the face of a man, which you need to interpret as “head”, not face, and not man. Next, you have a road sign warning about the dangers of falling off cliffs, which stands for “over” – as in don’t fall over the edge of a road, and lastly, a pair of stiletto shoes which read “heels.” What we have here is, therefore, “head over heels.” - We use this idiom when we want to emphasize that somebody is completely, utterly and uncontrollably in love with another person. The saying originates to the 1300s from the expression “heels over head” which literally meant “upside down.” The current form dates back to the 1700s, and the current meaning can be traced back to the 1800s.