For this week's 'What's This Wednesday' we thought we were going pretty simple. Did you have a peek and take a guess? Check it out....

JStew: As I sit and type this, I still have no idea what it specifically is, because Cori never sent me an "after photo". It's hard for me not to see seltzer. Mostly because I probably drink my weight in seltzer every day. I'm not sure if it's bad for me or not. But I doubt it'll stop my regular consumption. Although,. between that and the well at my house, I should probably drink some city water stat... Right?!

Cori: Once again, this is one of those situations where when the answer is finally revealed, it will also out one of my bad habits. In this case, it's letting things sit around. I thought, if I'm being honest, it was kind of neat little "artsy" shot. I was quite impressed with myself, even telling JStew when I sent him the clue that people would likely get it, but I didn't care cause it was a neat photo. I was surprised that more people didn't get it, but was equally amused with some of the creative guesses.

As usual, we thought this would be really simple. For some it was, others not so much. And there were some amazingly funny guesses too. Let's check them out.

In the category of "way off but super creative", we had some amazing guesses:
Nick Bell A candle whatever it is it's been used a bit its scratched up a bit. So its plastic. Or a glass paperweight! Last guess!
Amy Ross Paper weight
Betsy Goodwin A child's toy fish tank game.
Shawnna Farley One of those bubble ring games
Paul Keezer You can definitely see an Elephants foot through the hard plastic cup...haha...
James Naaykens Jr Water bottle
These were our favorites:
Cloreen Messer Russell Gold fish singing barbershop songs
Nik Robbins The water inside of a bong
Chris McGrath Fart bubbles in a bathtub
A bunch of folks were close...but no cigar...
Rob Irwin Ginger Ale
Eric Ross Carbonated something or other.
Rob Irwin Seltzer water
Laura Woodman Sprite
Kelly Mahar Carbonation
Jason Lawler Bubbles in a soda bottle
Jennifer Carroll Bubbles in soda, such as sprite.
Greg Miller Glass of Sprite
Richard Browning Bubbles in soda or seltzer.
Larry DeWitt a glass of soda.
And a lot of folks thought it was this:
Kim Damboise Bubbles in hand sanitizer.
Mary Sullivan Hand sanitizer
WJ Wright Hand sanitizer
Jennie Lynn Hand sanitizer
What was it? 
It was a plastic cup full of water that had been sitting in the sun for a bit, full of air bubbles!
Cori Skall
Cori Skall
But the winners, in one form or another, knew what it was...
Wendy Cousins Looks like air bubbles in glass. I have a shot glass with a base like this.
Tim Bouchard Air bubbles.
Mary Sapiel Glass of water
Tracy Lewis O'Neill Bubbles in a drink
Kari Jo Davis A plastic cup.
Cheryl McManus A drinking glass. I had some like this
Thanks for all the great guesses! Be on the lookout for the next clue!

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