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Nothing and something where in one room.Nothing left the room throght the window,something left the room throught the door.What left into the room?

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OK, so we're left with a room after nothing leaves through the window and something leaves through the door. In order for a room to exist there must be 'something' inside of it even if it is a vacuum or just plain old space. Also, there are most likely door hinges and a window sill in the room.

Deepends, if door opens in or out, it there is a door, there is a window there does not have to be a sill/cill. If there are any 'things' in the room. Space works.

Paradox if something and nothing occupy the same space, unless s and n are people.

or ONE room and THE room are different rooms, not going there (got shut in without light last time I went in to one of Ash013's room. Now I ALWAYS cary a torch, for future ref if I answer about rooms there will be light or I provide my owm. I usually have a swiss army knife too.

It's another play on words that works orally only - next people are going to do visual tricks, guess you can with video, but then you can do some by sound too... Oh!.. suggestion to brainden perhaps.

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Nothing and something went into the room.nothing left,something left.What left-and.

Are we supposed to trip here and say, "and what"

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Are we supposed to trip here and say, "and what"

You are close.I already gave the answer.

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Spoiler for answer:

Nothing and something went into the room.nothing left,something left.What left-and.

i thought this meant:

Nothing, And, Something, went in

- "Nothing" left

- "Something" left

- "And" did not leave...but the 1st bit says "And" went in.

So and is left.

Not sure, that's just what i thought you meant, ash013 -- is it?

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i thought this meant:

Nothing, And, Something, went in

- "Nothing" left

- "Something" left

- "And" did not leave...but the 1st bit says "And" went in.

So and is left.

Not sure, that's just what i thought you meant, ash013 -- is it?

I think you got it Sue. And is meant to be left in the room (which is what i gathered from ash013's spoiler answer too). It doesn't make sense though.

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Ash, you need to work on your grammar. Please.

It said "What left into the room."

Therefore what is in the room.

Edited by Standards

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