## Riddle (sort of)

Anything goes, but keep it seemly...
udosuk wrote:Are you 2.7182818284590452353602874713527...?

what do you mean.
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This is my riddle! Try to solve "what I mean"...
udosuk

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it is "e" i think the natural log. it has to do somthing with math i think. it is similar to the greek letter pi. which is 3.14159...
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Okay you solved my riddle... Did I solve yours?
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i think you did what did you say the answer was again.
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The Pope has it but he does not use it.
Nuns do not need it.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one.
The one of Michael J. Fox is quite short.
What is it?

Luna, if you're thinking about censoring this one, then you probably haven't figured out the correct answer. But go ahead if you feel not right...

(Chessmaster, I think I probably have answered your riddle right... the answer is a single letter which I transformed to a number...)
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udosuk wrote:Luna, if you're thinking about censoring this one, then you probably haven't figured out the correct answer. But go ahead if you feel not right...

Actually, I wasn't thinking about censoring it, I was thinking about solving it. Can't wait to see the correct answer

Luna
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udosuk wrote:The Pope has it but he does not use it.
Nuns do not need it.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one.
The one of Michael J. Fox is quite short.
What is it?

Luna, if you're thinking about censoring this one, then you probably haven't figured out the correct answer. But go ahead if you feel not right...

(Chessmaster, I think I probably have answered your riddle right... the answer is a single letter which I transformed to a number...)

oh duh sorry did not notice that but yes that is the right answer.
i am stumped on this one.
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A last name.
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udosuk wrote:The Pope has it but he does not use it.
Nuns do not need it.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one.
The one of Michael J. Fox is quite short.
What is it?

Luna, if you're thinking about censoring this one, then you probably haven't figured out the correct answer. But go ahead if you feel not right...

(Chessmaster, I think I probably have answered your riddle right... the answer is a single letter which I transformed to a number...)
Ruud wrote: A last name.

yeah that must be right i did not think of that. good job Rudd.
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pick a number between 1-10

times that number by 9

add the digits in the number up for example if your number is 23 you do 2+3=5

take four away from the number you now have.

think of the letter that goes with the number you have a=1 b=2 c=3 etc..

think of a country that starts with that letter.

think of an animal that starts with the last letter of the country you thought of.

Keep thinking

iS it Kangaroo Denmark?
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Chessmaster wrote:take four away from the number you now have.

Should have been 5.

I'm now thinking of a "dog" in "England" (eating a "grape" ).

But I've never made it into the 98% category.

Ruud.
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Ruud wrote:
Chessmaster wrote:take four away from the number you now have.

Should have been 5.

I'm now thinking of a "dog" in "England" (eating a "grape" ).

But I've never made it into the 98% category.

Ruud.

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Ruud wrote:I'm now thinking of a "dog" in "England" (eating a "grape" ).

I was actually thinking about an Egyptian tiger...
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there are two cities at the fork in the road. at one all the people tell the truth and at the other all the people lie. you see a man at the fork in the road. you only have time to ask him on question? if you want to go to the truth village what should you ask?
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