Whos up for a riddle?

Wrench

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A man is commissioned to plant 10 trees.
5 rows of trees must be achieved
With only 4 trees per row.
How did he do it?
You will need paper and pencil.
 
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Presidenchill

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Can we use a tree topper?
 
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Wrench

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Presidenchill said:
Can we use a tree topper?
Hahahaha, killing me right now!
No you cannot hack up the trees hahahaha
And yes it can be done this actually does have an answer
 

Presidenchill

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Wrench said:
Hahahaha, killing me right now!
No you cannot hack up the trees hahahaha
And yes it can be done this actually does have an answer
I answered your riddle with a riddle. It's correct just cryptic haha
 

StarGirl

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Was that for me? hilarious
 

flyinGourami

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I'm actually proud that people can expect me to even read this. But seriously... Hmm... Could it be?... WAIT IS IT A STAR? Like with the lines in the middle of course?

Edit: Lol StarGirl15 commented before me.
 
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Wrench

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Presidenchill said:
I answered your riddle with a riddle. It's correct just cryptic haha
Lol, yessir you did.
Snuffed me out from the gate....you couldnt a waited a minute hahahaha

StarGirl15 said:
Was that for me? hilarious
Lol, dang it yall are too darn smart

This was over before it began.....alright how many of you have heard it before???? Lol
 

flyinGourami

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Wrench said:
This was over before it began.....alright how many of you have heard it before???? Lol
I thought you had made it up hilarious
 
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Wrench

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flyinGourami said:
I thought you had made it up hilarious
Nope, my grandpa called all of his grand kids one afternoon, their are 11 of us. He told the riddle,obviously imbelishing the story and dragging it out for distraction.
He told us all to call him back when we figured it out.
I called him back in 45 minutes with the answer.
My oldest cousin called next at 2hrs and my baby cousin called back the next day....no one else called him hahahahahahha.
All of my cousins have degrees with 3 of them having masters degrees...over this riddle I was deemed the smartest grandchild of the bunch, who's a mechanic....with 3/4 of an AA degree in 3d visual arts...whatever that is anymore, I thought it was a good major at the time I guess, then you start drawing because you have to and it became no fun very quickly.
 

StarGirl

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Yes I have.
 
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Wrench

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StarGirl

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I shouldn't have answered, but it was a star after all. LOL
 

Presidenchill

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Lolol this thread is hilarious
 
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Wrench

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Presidenchill said:
Lolol this thread is hilarious
Hahaha, that's because we got good people on this site who still have a sense of humor and light heartedness even when the world around us is on fire and brimstone, we still be playing in water
 
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smee82

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Riddles are fun

There are 3 glasses on a bar the 1st 2 are full the 3rd empty, what king does the 3rd glass represent?
 

StarGirl

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Wrench said:
Yeah what is it like 2,400 comments lol
No almost 5000......lol
 
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Wrench

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StarGirl15 said:
No almost 5000......lol
I.....I cant read...sorry
 

StarGirl

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smee82 said:
Riddles are fun

There are 3 glasses on a bar the 1st 2 are full the 3rd empty, what king does the 3rd glass represent?
I won't answer this one so Wrench have at it!
 

MacZ

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smee82 said:
Riddles are fun

There are 3 glasses on a bar the 1st 2 are full the 3rd empty, what king does the 3rd glass represent?
Explicitly kings?

If yes, George I. - III. or
If not, Roman Emperors Vespasian, Titus and Domitian.

Just a guess.
 
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smee82

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MacZ said:
Explicitly kings?

If yes, George I. - III. or
If not, Roman Emperors Vespasian, Titus and Domitian.

Just a guess.
Just king
Nope try again
 

MacZ

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smee82 said:
Just king
Nope try again
Gimme a hint. At least a continent. There are so many dynasties, that had a "2 good ones and a bad one"-phase.
 

StarGirl

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You are massively overthinking this.
 
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smee82

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MacZ said:
Gimme a hint. At least a continent. There are so many dynasties, that had a "2 good ones and a bad one"-phase.
Your hint is your way of track with 2 good and 1 bad. Check the wording of the riddle again.
 

MacZ

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StarGirl15 said:
You are massively overthinking this.
One of my professors is fond of phrasing exam questions that way.

I pass, but would appreciate to be informed of the answer.
 
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smee82

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MacZ said:
One of my professors is fond of phrasing exam questions that way.

I pass, but would appreciate to be informed of the answer.
Dont pass its no fun if you do but ill give you another easier to do.

Remove six letters from this sequence to reveal a familiar English word.

BSAINXLEATNTEARS
 

MacZ

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smee82 said:
Dont pass its no fun if you do but ill give you another easier to do.

Remove six letters from this sequence to reveal a familiar English word.

BSAINXLEATNTEARS
I'm SO out.
 
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smee82

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MacZ said:
I'm SO out.
Come back ill try again. An Even easier one, one for kids.

What gets wetter the more it dries?
 

flyinGourami

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smee82 said:
Come back ill try again. An Even easier one, one for kids.

What gets wetter the more it dries?
A towel?
smee82 said:
Dont pass its no fun if you do but ill give you another easier to do.

Remove six letters from this sequence to reveal a familiar English word.

BSAINXLEATNTEARS
That one was really hard. I'm guessing bannana but I'm not sure I even spelled that right.
 

MacZ

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smee82 said:
Come back ill try again. An Even easier one, one for kids.

What gets wetter the more it dries?
That's insultingly easy now. I'm not a native speaker, guess that's why the other two went miles over my head.
 
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smee82

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flyinGourami said:
A towel?

That one was really hard. I'm guessing bannana but I'm not sure I even spelled that right.
Yes banana and towel

But can you answer my first


MacZ said:
That's insultingly easy now. I'm not a native speaker, guess that's why the other two went miles over my head.
The 1st ones is pretty difficult and If your not a native speaker it might be a bit too difficult.
 

flyinGourami

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Wrench

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StarGirl15 said:
I won't answer this one so Wrench have at it!
I cannot figure it out..........lol, I give up
 

StarGirl

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hilarious You both will face palm when he tells you the answer....
 
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smee82

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StarGirl15 said:
hilarious You both will face palm when he tells you the answer....
Go on put them out of their misery, you know you want to.
 

StarGirl

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Wrench said:
I cannot figure it out..........lol, I give up
flyinGourami said:
Nothing. No clue haha.
Get those palms ready.............King Phillip .......Fill up...... hilarious
 

SouthAmericanCichlids

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uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Why. It was so obvious. I hate myself for not guessing. (And yes I did just face palm btw)
 

StarGirl

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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Why. It was so obvious. I hate myself for not guessing. (And yes I did just face palm btw)
So are you past page 7 yet in the bestest? lol
 

SouthAmericanCichlids

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A little...
 
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smee82

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StarGirl15 said:
Get those palms ready.............King Phillip .......Fill up...... hilarious
Oh no stargirl15 your wrong its king phillip the 3rd
 

StarGirl

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smee82 said:
Oh no stargirl15 your wrong its king phillip the 3rd
At least I was close...
 

AquaticQueen

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Okay, got a couple pretty easy riddles.

Mary's father had 5 daughters, Lulu, Lele, Lala, and Lili (pronounced "lee lee")
Who was the fifth daughter?

What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?
 
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smee82

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AquaticQueen said:
Okay, got a couple pretty easy riddles.

Mary's father had 5 daughters, Lulu, Lele, Lala, and Lili (pronounced "lee lee")
Who was the fifth daughter?

What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?
A cryptic answer for you. Both answers are a golden arch but the first is a bit airy
 

SouthAmericanCichlids

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It's M to the second riddle.
 

SouthAmericanCichlids

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Oh, Mary was the fith, I just figured it out!
 
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smee82

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Another a bit harder

Wear
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Long
 

Fisheye

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Wear Long Under Wear?

Edit: Long Under Wear

Ugh

Is this like the Mensa section of Fishlore? I don't get any of this.

Ugh.
 
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smee82

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Fisheye said:
Wear Long Under Wear?
Too many words

Fisheye said:
Is this like the Mensa section of Fishlore? I don't get any of this.

Ugh.
The mensa section is where we figure out how to measure in cats
 

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