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It is a play on words, sort of. In this case, I've spelled chameleon incorrectly on purpose.

wow, didn't even notice Chameleon was spelled incorrectly

is this something where each line makes a letter?

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wow, didn't even notice Chameleon was spelled incorrectly

is this something where each line makes a letter?

No, you are all wrong, and I love your second answer endraxz.

And logic master, it is NOT that sort of a puzzle. I don't make those kind. But someday, perhaps I will.

I like this riddle a LOT personally.

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OOOh! You solved it !!!! Good job! well done. Could you please hide your answers in a spoiler for the benefit of others?

Another riddle coming out!!!

u know that did come to mind i now understand what u mean by a play on words

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OOOh! You solved it !!!! Good job! well done. Could you please hide your answers in a spoiler for the benefit of others?

Another riddle coming out!!!

can you please explain the whole "Camellian" thing?

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can you please explain the whole "Camellian" thing?

Certainly

Camellian is the scientific name (or true name) of a tea plant. Where a Chameleon is a sort of lizard which is very well known for it's ability to change colors and tea is well known to come in these three colors: green, black, and white.

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Camellian is the scientific name (or true name) of a tea plant. Where a Chameleon is a sort of lizard which is very well known for it's ability to change colors and tea is well known to come in these three colors: green, black, and white.

Chamomile for tea rather than what u spelt

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Chamomile for tea rather than what u spelt

Forgive me, I meant to say I had added an N on the end, it's camellia. But, no, I am not speaking of herbal tea, which chamomile would suggest, but your everyday tea leaf. I smell rain, and there's blue sky. Interesting.

Here's a link showing where I got my information.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea

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