'Wongs'. Now that's a word!!
It means the wrong kind of wings, Maggie.Well, either that or it was a typo which I've now fixed ;-)
They look like wongs to me.
:) I was just searching for 'wongs' :) Great word - I need a bit of Sphinx injected into me at the moment.
It's not the only one, just the most famous.
Was it Cleopatra or a mythical figure?
Great word, isn't it? Sphinx... rolls off the tongue. And what about The Riddle of the Sphinx? :)Susan atTravel, Fiction and Photos
Then there's that ditty that ends with 'which accounts for the hump on the camel and the sphinx's inscrutable smile'.
For all I know about Eyptology they could be!
The wongs are very hard to spot, Nicola.
You're right, Alex.
I don't think it's supposed to represent Cleopatra, Oscar - but I'm no expert.
An inscrutable riddle sounds fiendish, Susan.
Don't know that one, Liz. I suspect I've had a lucky escape.
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