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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    a towel :P
    :woo: woop! that's right! :awesome:
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    Yay lol - Okay my turn this one is really hard but if you guys give up I'll tell you guys the answer :P

    You just died and are standing in front of 2 identical doors.
    However, one of them leads to hell and one leads to heaven. There is a devil guarding one and an angel guarding one,however they both look identical.
    You do not know which one is guarding which door.
    You want to get into heaven, and you can only ask ONE question to ONE of them. However, the angel always tells the truth and the devil always lies.
    What question do you ask?
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    Yay lol - Okay my turn this one is really hard but if you guys give up I'll tell you guys the answer :P

    You just died and are standing in front of 2 identical doors.
    However, one of them leads to hell and one leads to heaven. There is a devil guarding one and an angel guarding one,however they both look identical.
    You do not know which one is guarding which door.
    You want to get into heaven, and you can only ask ONE question to ONE of them. However, the angel always tells the truth and thedevil always lies.
    damn im stuck :/
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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    Yay lol - Okay my turn this one is really hard but if you guys give up I'll tell you guys the answer :P

    You just died and are standing in front of 2 identical doors.
    However, one of them leads to hell and one leads to heaven. There is a devil guarding one and an angel guarding one,however they both look identical.
    You do not know which one is guarding which door.
    You want to get into heaven, and you can only ask ONE question to ONE of them. However, the angel always tells the truth and the devil always lies.
    What question do you ask?
    Ask either of the people 'If I ask the other which is the door to heaven, which will he say?' And take the other door c:

    If you ask the angel, he will tell the truth and say that the devil will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.

    If you ask the devil, he will lie, and say that the angel will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.
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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    Yay lol - Okay my turn this one is really hard but if you guys give up I'll tell you guys the answer :P

    You just died and are standing in front of 2 identical doors.
    However, one of them leads to hell and one leads to heaven. There is a devil guarding one and an angel guarding one,however they both look identical.
    You do not know which one is guarding which door.
    You want to get into heaven, and you can only ask ONE question to ONE of them. However, the angel always tells the truth and the devil always lies.
    What question do you ask?
    ask if one of the doors lead to hell?
    angel would say yes, and devil no
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    (Original post by GetOverHere)
    Ask either of the people 'If I ask the other which is the door to heaven, which will he say?' And take the other door c:

    If you ask the angel, he will tell the truth and say that the devil will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.

    If you ask the devil, he will lie, and say that the angel will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.
    Whoop yes you got it right lol
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    (Original post by kirstybecs)
    ask if one of the doors lead to hell?
    angel would say yes, and devil no
    But you already know that one of them leads to Hell- it's a matter of finding WHICH one leads to Heaven or Hell
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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    But you already know that one of them leads to Hell- it's a matter of finding WHICH one leads to Heaven or Hell
    but since you already know that, by the devil saying neither leads to hell you would know that the door he's guarding goes to hell?
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    (Original post by kirstybecs)
    but since you already know that, by the devil saying neither leads to hell you would know that the door he's guarding goes to hell?
    Ooo that's very true too.
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    that one is so confusing!
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    (Original post by GetOverHere)
    Ask either of the people 'If I ask the other which is the door to heaven, which will he say?' And take the other door c:

    If you ask the angel, he will tell the truth and say that the devil will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.

    If you ask the devil, he will lie, and say that the angel will say the door leading to hell, so you take the other door.
    That was a good riddle! 'get over here' its your turn (:
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    (Original post by samboosa0)
    Guess this riddle. Whoever guesses the correct answer then gives their own riddle for everyone to guess.

    The riddle:

    "The beginning of eternity
    The end of time and space
    The beginning of every end,
    And the end of every place."

    What is it?
    +1 I liked it
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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    Whoop yes you got it right lol
    Yay! Alright, my one...

    Imagine a hardware shop. A man walks in, and he picks up an item that you can find at any hardware store. He walks up to the counter and asks, "How much for one?". He is told it will cost 20 pence. He goes away, and comes back a minute later and asks, "How much for 12?". He is told it will cost 40 pence. So, he goes away again and returns a few minutes later, telling the man behind the counter that he'll take 122. It costs him 60 pence. What item did the man buy?
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    I remembered another good one!

    Can you tell what rhymes with moon, and could be written on a page, or on a rock for age on age, this ancient letter tell me soon!

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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    I remembered another good one!

    Can you tell what rhymes with moon, and could be written on a page, or on a rock for age on age, this ancient letter tell me soon!

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    Rune?
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    (Original post by GetOverHere)
    Yay! Alright, my one...

    Imagine a hardware shop. A man walks in, and he picks up an item that you can find at any hardware store. He walks up to the counter and asks, "How much for one?". He is told it will cost 20 pence. He goes away, and comes back a minute later and asks, "How much for 12?". He is told it will cost 40 pence. So, he goes away again and returns a few minutes later, telling the man behind the counter that he'll take 122. It costs him 60 pence. What item did the man buy?
    Is it individual door numbers?
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    Correct!

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    (Original post by Faith.A)
    Is it individual door numbers?
    Yes!
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    (Original post by GetOverHere)
    Yes!
    Your turn getoverhere

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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Your turn getoverhere

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    No, it's Faith's because she guessed mine right c:
 
 
 
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