Day Three of Seven…

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 Dr. Seuss Quotes of the Day” 

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, And that enables you to laugh at life's realities.”

Quite possibly my favorite Seuss quote.

Seuss Fact:
The book, The Lorax, used to contain the line, “I hear things are just as bad up in Lake Erie,” but 14 years after the book was published, the Ohio Sea Grant Program wrote to Seuss creator Theodore Geisel, and told him how much the conditions had improved and implored him to take the line out. He agreed and said that it wouldn’t be in future editions.

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                                         -the Lorax
                                        
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And welcome to the third day of seven for Dr. Seuss! Today’s little tribute is obviously the Lorax, so those of you who have been using the Lorax as your guesses for yesterday’s drawing, you now know to guess again. That’s as much of a hint as I’m going to give at this point….I told you these were going to get more difficult….which brings us to today’s challenge, and the last of the contest three. I will make a post of all three drawings together tomorrow for everyone to continue guessing on, and again, Good Luck!

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HERE’S THE RULES: The contest ends on March 2nd, so you have until then to guess the above character. You can guess as many times as you need…that is, if you realize that your first guess was wrong, you are allowed to guess again to make up for it, and so on. You can give your guesses to me either by commenting on this post (the comments have to be approved by myself, so they won’t be seen by anyone else) or by messaging me from my Facebook profile. DO NOT post it on my profile’s wall for everyone to see! Doing so will disqualify you from the contest…for real and stuffs.
Please include your email with your guesses so that I can contact you in the event of your winning one of the three drawings.