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  4. Shakeepuddn

    An Acrobatic Riddle

    I’m the acrobat at your command, Give me a whirl, or give me a stand. I’m the sentinel, doorman you need, Give me a go, a go-ahead from me. Hit me, poke me, nail me in your wake, Without my flips, weak knees would quake. I live in one state and travel to another, Sunny side up or fumble in the other.
  5. Rae66

    Help me guess this sound

    Hey guys, my mom sent me this sound and neither of us can figure out what it is. Its for a tv comp. Ive listened to it 1000 times and the sound is so familiar but I cant pin point it. Please give me your suggestions before I go insane hahah. Maybe cutting vegetables on a cutting board? Sound.mp4
  6. Hello, stranger!

    Have you lost?

  7. rareguy

    Smallest Grid to Fit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0

    Is there any more solution to this puzzle?
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  9. Cronnan

    Windows 10 -- Do you love it?

    Not only do I not love Windows 10, but I'm also dreading the day that I'll be forced to switch to it on my only non-Windows 10 machine that I have left. It's still running Windows 7 and I love it.
  10. CaptainEd

    The Dollar Bill

    I appreciate TSLFs careful language.
  11. Rmadaan

    what is your strategy?

    I will pick 2
  12. Can anyone help me to solve this Pyramid Puzzle? Here is the the Puzzle:https://www.wealthwords.com/blog/play-saturday-puzzle-daily-puzzles-2018-09-22/ Which one is the top view of this pyramid puzzle?
  13. Adamdude

    Poisonous apples

    OP forgot to state that eating 2 poison apples results in death, while eating only 1 will not cause harm. Therefore Taciav has the correct solution.
  14. violet94

    what is your strategy?

    A game token costs $10 to play. The pay out is $100. You can purchase multiple entries if you desire. For each entry you purchase, you must pick the lowest positive number that no one else picks. If there are ten people, including yourself, seeking to purchase tokens, what is your strategy?
  15. violet94

    what is your strategy?

    A game token costs $10 to play. The pay out is $100. You can purchase multiple entries if you desire. For each entry you purchase, you must pick the lowest positive number that no one else picks. If there are ten people, including yourself, seeking to purchase tokens, what is your strategy?
  16. breals

    Link Exchange

    Hi Guys! We hope we have posted to the right section of the forum? We are boredalot. A website dedicated to curing peoples boredom. We love your website and think that it would fit well with out list of things to do when you are bored. We will add you shortly. Would you also consider doing a link exchange with us? thanks https://www.boredalot.com
  17. Hi everyone! Today I came across with this riddle. I find it a bit of a problem on finding de X and the Y values, so I ask you to help me on this one. A friend told me that green and yellow rectangle values are example of what you have to do in the pink and blue ones. I appreciate in advance your help. Thank you!
  18. Lemony Syrup

    Mouse & Cheese Cube

    The answer should be 25. My "proof" is a brute force programming solution. I have a psuedocode c++ bruteforce solution. I can give the full version if requested. It takes a few seconds to brute force all possible paths. This might count as a proof, depending on if you trust the computer to be reliable. Basically what it does is it generates all possible paths, and then prunes as it goes along so the program dosen't take basically forever, or 6^27 moves. Now a proof will involve some theorems in graph theory, which I don't yet know all that well. Assume the XYZ plane void recursive_dumb_solution( A 3D cube,Position of X, Y, and Z of current spot,direction it went twice ago, direction it went to get here){ if traveled along a direction twice in a row, return to the above function. else if( x<0 || x > 2 || y < 0 || y > 2 || z < 0 || z > 2) AKA if it exited the cube, return. else if(cube[x][y][z] == 1) AKA if visited spot already visited, then return. else{ //mark the current position of the cube as visited. cube[x][y][z] = 1; /////Moves in every direction possible. recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x+1, y, z, length+1,'x',prev_dir); recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x-1, y, z, length+1,'x',prev_dir); recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x, y+1, z, length+1,'y',prev_dir); recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x, y-1, z, length+1,'y',prev_dir); recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x, y, z+1, length+1,'z',prev_dir); recursive_dumb_solution(cube, x, y, z-1, length+1,'z',prev_dir); cube[x][y][z] = 0; return; } }
  19. In this website: rechallenge.xyz there is a riddle crypted somewhere in the page. the riddle seems to be lord of the rings based; the Two Towers to be exact... The main riddle is the infamous quote from Gandalf " The Grey Pilgrim, that's what they used to call me. Three hundred lives of men I've walked this earth and now I have no time. With luck, my search will not be in vain. Look to my coming at first light on the fifth day. At dawn, look to the East." I need your help to find any sub riddles in that quote or somewhere else in the website!
  20. operates on the 1st ; Turns the gloves inside out for # 2; operates bare handed on the 3rd
  21. Use a pair of gloves on the patient and use the other pair on the orher two, because the other two patients are conjoined twins.
  22. ada1986

    Windows 10 -- Do you love it?

    Windows 10 is very slow. I do not like him
  23. TimeSpaceLightForce

    The Dollar Bill

  24. Donald Cartmill

    Help! Honeymoon destination riddle!

    scotland
  25. Hi all were seeking some help! The attached is a riddle to where the honeymoon destination is, if we guess correctly we get an added bonus! Please phase help us solve this! Thank you so much
  26. Geodood

    A little help needed IF you can

    I say thanks to all of you who gave a little hand!
  27. Geodood

    A little help needed IF you can

    I say thanks to all of you who gave a little hand!
  28. vrt

    A little help needed IF you can

    The first 2 digits are the product of the first 2 numbers in the sum: 3*5=15. Then you multiply the first and last numbers: 3*7=21. Finally you add 15+21 and subtract the centre number: 15+21=36, 36-5=31. So if A+B+C=123040, then AB=12, AC=30, and B=42-40=2, so A=6, C=5. In the second version, instead of subtracting the 2nd number, you're adding the first: 3*7=21, 3*8=24, 21+24+3=48. So if D+E+F=303570, DE=30, DF=35, and 65+D=70, making D=5, E=6, F=7.
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