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I would say that the 3 flowers is most obvious, but the two method fits with it aswell. Say he had a group of two flowers. He could say to someone that "All the flowers that I hold are roses, except two". Then if they knew there were indeed two flowers then they would see it would actually cancel out so you are left with the phrase "none of my flowers are roses". Because in a group of two, all flowers being roses except two bascially means none are roses!

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