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I'm getting the feeling you just made it up to confuse us...
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No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.


Okay, now here's on I found online...

"You are the ruler of a medieval empire and you are about to have a celebration tomorrow. The celebration is the most important party you have ever hosted. You've got 1000 bottles of wine you were planning to open for the celebration, but you find out that one of them is poisoned.

The poison exhibits no symptoms until death. Death occurs within ten to twenty hours after consuming even the minutest amount of poison.

You have over a thousand slaves at your disposal and just under 24 hours to determine which single bottle is poisoned.

You have a handful of prisoners about to be executed, and it would mar your celebration to have anyone else killed.

What is the smallest number of prisoners you must have to drink from the bottles to be absolutely sure to find the poisoned bottle within 24 hours?"

This one's actually quite easy; if you think about it carefully.
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No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.


Okay, now here's on I found online...

"You are the ruler of a medieval empire and you are about to have a celebration tomorrow. The celebration is the most important party you have ever hosted. You've got 1000 bottles of wine you were planning to open for the celebration, but you find out that one of them is poisoned.

The poison exhibits no symptoms until death. Death occurs within ten to twenty hours after consuming even the minutest amount of poison.

You have over a thousand slaves at your disposal and just under 24 hours to determine which single bottle is poisoned.

You have a handful of prisoners about to be executed, and it would mar your celebration to have anyone else killed.

What is the smallest number of prisoners you must have to drink from the bottles to be absolutely sure to find the poisoned bottle within 24 hours?"

This one's actually quite easy; if you think about it carefully.

None of them. Just look for the bottle that's opened.
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16BitsQuaRed wrote:
No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.

:objection:
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The truth-tellers would say that they would say their path leads to the truth-tellers (ie, they are the truth-tellers).

Suppose the liars would lie by saying that the truth/lie-tellers are the truth-tellers; then saying that they were truth-tellers would be a lie (as they're saying they would say that they are the truth-tellers, but they would say the truth-lie tellers are the truth tellers).

The truth/lie-tellers can say that they are the truth-tellers too in the same way, if they lie when you ask them.

Therefore, it is very possible that if you ask that question, you'll get each one to say "Our path leads to the truth-tellers".



Anyway, you need 10 prisoners to check 1000 bottles.
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Bad Player wrote:
16BitsQuaRed wrote:
No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.

:objection:
Spoiler:
The truth-tellers would say that they would say their path leads to the truth-tellers (ie, they are the truth-tellers).

Suppose the liars would lie by saying that the truth/lie-tellers are the truth-tellers; then saying that they were truth-tellers would be a lie (as they're saying they would say that they are the truth-tellers, but they would say the truth-lie tellers are the truth tellers).

The truth/lie-tellers can say that they are the truth-tellers too in the same way, if they lie when you ask them.

Therefore, it is very possible that if you ask that question, you'll get each one to say "Our path leads to the truth-tellers".



Anyway, you need 10 prisoners to check 1000 bottles.

Yeah, I googled for that one :sadshoe:
The solution is pretty clever actually
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Bad Player wrote:
16BitsQuaRed wrote:
No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.

:objection:
Spoiler:
The truth-tellers would say that they would say their path leads to the truth-tellers (ie, they are the truth-tellers).

Suppose the liars would lie by saying that the truth/lie-tellers are the truth-tellers; then saying that they were truth-tellers would be a lie (as they're saying they would say that they are the truth-tellers, but they would say the truth-lie tellers are the truth tellers).

The truth/lie-tellers can say that they are the truth-tellers too in the same way, if they lie when you ask them.

Therefore, it is very possible that if you ask that question, you'll get each one to say "Our path leads to the truth-tellers".


Yeah, you got it. However (I should have been more specific, sorry) you can POINT at a path, and ask if it leads to the truth-teller's village.

Anyway, you need 10 prisoners to check 1000 bottles.

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16BitsQuaRed wrote:
Bad Player wrote:
16BitsQuaRed wrote:
No... here's the solution.
Spoiler: The Answer!
Simply point at any of the three paths, and ask "If I were to ask you which path leads to the truth-tellers' village, how would you respond? Think about it! If whoever is talking to you is a liar, it would cancel out ("I wouldn't respond no), and if it's a truth-teller... well, nothing would happen.

:objection:
Spoiler:
The truth-tellers would say that they would say their path leads to the truth-tellers (ie, they are the truth-tellers).

Suppose the liars would lie by saying that the truth/lie-tellers are the truth-tellers; then saying that they were truth-tellers would be a lie (as they're saying they would say that they are the truth-tellers, but they would say the truth-lie tellers are the truth tellers).

The truth/lie-tellers can say that they are the truth-tellers too in the same way, if they lie when you ask them.

Therefore, it is very possible that if you ask that question, you'll get each one to say "Our path leads to the truth-tellers".


Yeah, you got it. However (I should have been more specific, sorry) you can POINT at a path, and ask if it leads to the truth-teller's village.

Anyway, you need 10 prisoners to check 1000 bottles.

...yes?
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Warning: Uberlame one
It's red and it's not a tomato?
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End Quote wrote:
Warning: Uberlame one
It's red and it's not a tomato?

Bloooooood
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
End Quote wrote:
Warning: Uberlame one
It's red and it's not a tomato?

Bloooooood

Nope, it's a tomato anyway...
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End Quote wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
End Quote wrote:
Warning: Uberlame one
It's red and it's not a tomato?

Bloooooood

Nope, it's a tomato anyway...
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End Quote wrote:
Warning: Uberlame one
It's red and it's not a tomato?

Uberlame one #2: What's green, hangs on a wall, and whistles?


(...I think already did this one xD)
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The Hoosiers :) Just too cool.

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ok this one is wierd and anoying:
your in a room with nothing in it apart from a mirror and a table theres no doors or windows, how do you get out?
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you look in the mirror and that what you saw you use the saw to cut through the table wich makes 2 halfs , put the halfs together to get a hole and your done.

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That only works phonetically :x
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That only works phonetically :x

What's the uberlame one?
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A herring! :D
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A herring! :D

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A herring! :D

:lana:

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On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?

Madworld on Wii?
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End Quote wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?

Madworld on Wii?

Ahahahaha no. Nice guess though
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A beat-up panda bear :D
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A beat-up panda bear :D

Still no.
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Not just yet. Cheaters.
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
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A beat-up panda bear :D

Still no.
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Not just yet. Cheaters.

Ha! I googled it, now THAT's cheating :karma:
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End Quote wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
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A beat-up panda bear :D

Still no.
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Not just yet. Cheaters.

Ha! I googled it, now THAT's cheating :karma:

TT_TT my riddles go unloved
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
TT_TT my riddles go unloved

Well you taunted me :zenitora:
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Consider this puzzle solved.

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Steel Turnabout wrote:
On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?

A newspaper?
Say, that reminds me of a puzzle! Have you ever heard this one, Luke?
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Mask*DeMasque wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?

A newspaper?

No. That answer is given by grandpas, uncles, and fags. Keep guessing! You're so close!.. Oh, and offtopic, Ace Attorney Investigations did NOT flatter
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
Mask*DeMasque wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
On the topic of color riddles, what's black, white, and red all over?

A newspaper?

No. That answer is given by grandpas, uncles, and fags. Keep guessing! You're so close!.. Oh, and offtopic, Ace Attorney Investigations did NOT flatter
Spoiler: If you haven't guessed already,
Oldfag's
sprite at ALL.


A bloody penguin.
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Blacks and whites in a racial tomato/ketchup fight?
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Spoiler: teh asnwor
A black crayon that some dick used ON a white crayon AND a red crayon, resulting in your art project being fucked up resulting in me nearly failing art!
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Steel Turnabout wrote:
Spoiler: teh asnwor
A black crayon that some dick used ON a white crayon AND a red crayon, resulting in your art project being fucked up resulting in me nearly failing art!

Spoiler:
Why would my art project being fucked up result in you nearly failing art?

And that's almost as cryptic as those lateral thinking puzzles I posted earlier.
Say, that reminds me of a puzzle! Have you ever heard this one, Luke?
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Mask*DeMasque wrote:
Steel Turnabout wrote:
Spoiler: teh asnwor
A black crayon that some dick used ON a white crayon AND a red crayon, resulting in your art project being fucked up resulting in me nearly failing art!

Spoiler:
Why would my art project being fucked up result in you nearly failing art?

And that's almost as cryptic as those lateral thinking puzzles I posted earlier.

That's not really the answer.
Spoiler: Finally, the answer
A sunburned zebra
I'm pretty sure that was more corny than a cornfield! :D
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Here is a riddle.

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

And yes it does have an actual answer. :karma:
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Here is a riddle.

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

And yes it does have an actual answer. :karma:

Lots of wood?
I dunno :D
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A woodchuck would chuck all the wood he could chuck
if a woodchuck could chuck wood! :keiko:
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Pierre wrote:
A woodchuck would chuck all the wood he could chuck
if a woodchuck could chuck wood! :keiko:

:lana:



Ok, here is one.

Or wait...the one I was thinking about only works in Dutch, nervermind :oops:
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SMASHING DAY FOR A BARBEQUE.

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Ahhh, Toungetwisters. I invented a tounbgetwister that I am very proud of, mainly because Not even I can say it properly yet.

Bob bugs big bugs, big bugs bug bob. ( Keep saying that really fast without a break inbetween. It's funny what the result is! )
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Steven amd Carol are walking to the store. They hear people screaming, and see people running away. They get nervous, but keep going. When they get to the store, there's a murderer there. He pushes Steven and Carol to the ground next to the other 15 hostages. The murderer is going to kill Steven and Carol first. But he is a fair murderer, and tells the two that they have 5 minutes to escape. If the doors are locked, and Steve and Carol only have a glass fragment and a screwdriver, how can they escape.
Here's the map:
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Obvious answer: Pretend to be fiddling with the locked door near the murderer to aid escape then BOOM! IN THE NECK WITH THE SCREWDRIVER/GLASS SHARD! Heroic praises for them both

Other answer: Glass shard from a window? Use the screwdriver to poke out extra pieces of glass and escape cut free.
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