I'm feeling a bit silly, but I'm having a heck of a time figuring out a word puzzle that was in the newspaper.
These puzzles are in the daily paper that my father receives, and he sometimes saves them for me whenever I travel to visit him. And naturally, the part of the newspaper that contained the answer is nowhere to be found.
The object of the puzzle is to figure out a (supposedly) common phrase based upon how the lettering and such is presented.
For example: OholeNE <--- The answer to this would be the golf term "a hole in one".
Anyway, below is the one that has me stumped. I even tried a google reverse image search with no luck.
Any help with solving it will be much appreciated!
What are the lines across the y for.
It's 'Cash Cow'
Pretty Cryptic eh?