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Posted 24 October 2007 - 01:45 AM
But maybe it wasn't until months later, when all the pears had fallen off the tree and rotted, when a "strong wind blew".
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Posted 15 December 2007 - 09:43 PM
The pears are still on the pear tree? In any good riddle one must take into account EVERY word. At the beginning of the riddle, it says there were a few trees in the garden. Well let's say there were 2 trees, an apple tree and a pear tree with pears. At the end it says there were no pears on the tree. Which tree? If they were talking about the apple tree, then there were no pears on that tree nor the ground because the pears were never blown off of the pear tree. ;-)
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