Here is what they said (I think you’ll love some of the answers):
Amy Valentini Three dimensions. Triangles are 3-sided. 3 Bronte sisters. Witches in plays like Hamlet always seem to come in 3s. Three Stooges. Half of a baseball inning consists of 3 outs. Indiana Jones had to pass three tests to get to the Holy Grail. Flashlights usually take 3 batteries yet the pack has 4. LOL! I’m done. I think I strained my brain. OH, and the Holy Trinity. One more – 3 feet in a yard. : )
Diane Patricia Diamond Yes, condoms. Well, that’s what they used to say in England years ago, “I’ll have a packet of three, please”.
Vicki Hammons Clover leaf
Lora Patten Words when addressing our unruly children: “knock it off”, “cut it out”, “I said stop”, “I’m the parent”… Lights on a traffic signal.
Golibon Oliver Little pigs
Melissa Pass Death- I am serious. When i worked in the nursing homes we would have deaths in threes
Suzan Morrow Farrell 3 leaves on poison ivy—leaves of 3 let them be
Juanita Decuir Historical romance novels…a series sometimes comes in threes, my husband new pkg of boxers, and a new pkg of crew socks…when I purchase towels I buy in 3’s…chocolate pudding, no that comes in 6, but, I’ll eat 3 cups, so does that count? Bars of soap.
Diane Patricia Diamond Three strikes, you’re out.
Ruth Robertson Atkinson Bad luck? Three Little Pigs. Three wishes. Triplets.
Marguerite Hembree 3 blind mice, goldilocks and the 3 bears, Christmas carol’s 3 ghosts, 3 coins in the fountain.
Linda Hime Duncan Third time’s the charm.