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Posted Feb 2, '13 at 8:46pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

You're banned for posting in the wrong thread.

BAD SAL, BAD!

Yeah, that was pretty embarrassing.

 

Posted Feb 2, '13 at 9:44pm

xerox

xerox

312 posts

Is he human: Yes/No

"Probbably"

Is she human: Yes/No

Is this for one or two? For one "Maybe" Fro Two "Probbably"

Tom opened his mouth and Jessica died. What caused Jessica to die?

Yup, but He spoke and she died. Why? Is the same, but not for people who can't read. Yours is like made for under the average people who cant read properly...

Actually there are not many possibilities... I have given so many hints that the answer is obvious.... There is only one possible thing, you guys just have to find it :/ (And that is only for the second riddle D: )

 

Posted Feb 2, '13 at 9:59pm

leo99rules

leo99rules

1,756 posts

Is this for one or two? For one "Maybe" Fro Two "Probbably"

I think you misunderstood. Yes or no are your only two answers. Let's try again.

Does it matter if he/she is human: Yes/No

Yours is like made for under the average people who cant read properly...

Nope. It clears up several bits of vagueness that are unneeded and make the riddle harder to work out for no reason. I now consider this a riddle that is possible to work out. Before it left too many guessing. Jessica and Tom make it say that the two are probably human, "opened his mouth" clears up a few answers and finally the question was just clarified a bit.

 

Posted Feb 3, '13 at 9:16am

Doombreed

Doombreed

437 posts

Xerox:

but he did not do anything else, than just to pass.

He passed? Was "he" the train?

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 5:42pm

thaboss

thaboss

882 posts

This riddle is ridiculous. For those who still want to figure it out. Post on his profile. But this thread is moving on.

"Four men sat down to play. They played all night till the break of day. They played for gold and not for fun, with separate scores for everyone. When they came to square accounts they all made quite fair amounts. Can you this paradox explain? If no one lost, how could all gain?"

Please do not asnwer xerox's riddle in this thread anymore! It needs new stuff!

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 7:53pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

4,767 posts

They were musicians. They played instruments with music scores for an all-night event and were paid evenly at the end.

I was going to post this one next.

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 7:55pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

4,767 posts

I was wondering when you were going to show up, thaboss. As is customary, I'll give a new riddle.

One hundred feet up in the air, it lies with its back on the ground. What is it?

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 8:34pm

thaboss

thaboss

882 posts

Some sort of shadow? A tree?

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 9:35pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

4,767 posts

Nope. Whatever "it" is has a back. Trees don't have a back.

 

Posted Feb 4, '13 at 9:50pm

ZombieFreak77

ZombieFreak77

282 posts

Lincoln Monument?

 
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