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for gods sake harry wut is with this language!? You're a f***king wizaard!
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I don't give a **** you fat hairy *******! I'm not a ****ing wizard!
We should stop hijacking the thread

(Original post by Serine Soul)
But...will that be a coin accepted by the international banks?

Killjoy :c
2. Urgh, this annoys me - logic is meant to be exceedingly unambiguous, unlike this, doesn't deserve to be called a "logic" puzzle.

been learning too much logic recently.
3. (Original post by Zacken)
Urgh, this annoys me - logic is meant to be exceedingly unambiguous, unlike this, doesn't deserve to be called a "logic" puzzle.

been learning too much logic recently.
PRSOM

Joostan's trick blew my mind
4. (Original post by Zacken)
Urgh, this annoys me - logic is meant to be exceedingly unambiguous, unlike this, doesn't deserve to be called a "logic" puzzle.

been learning too much logic recently.
Calm down dear. I'll give you a hint if you really want one
5. Easy. The coins are obviously chocolate, so all you have to do is put three in each, snap the last one into a bendy tri-force and drop the remaining thirds into the three cups.
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can i have my prize now pls
6. (Original post by Vennec)
Easy. The coins are obviously chocolate, so all you have to do is put three in each, snap the last one into a bendy tri-force and drop the remaining thirds into the three cups.
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can i have my prize now pls

is not odd
7. (Original post by Student403)
is not odd
No but it has three odd numbers in it
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don't argue with my logic hurrdurr
8. (Original post by Vennec)
No but it has three odd numbers in it
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don't argue with my logic hurrdurr
9. Put none in the first cup, 1 in the second and 9 in the last.
Place the second cup in the first one and voila, each cup has an odd number of coins.
10. (Original post by Hōseki)
Put none in the first cup, 1 in the second and 9 in the last.
Place the second cup in the first one and voila, each cup has an odd number of coins.
I suggested that, but I think that each cup is meant to be touching a coin.
11. (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
I suggested that, but I think that each cup is meant to be touching a coin.
Nahh
"Logic puzzles" never play by the rules.
12. (Original post by serine soul)
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YOU USE CURIOSITY.

I LOVE CURIOSITY.

I love you.
13. (Original post by ombtom)
YOU USE CURIOSITY.

I LOVE CURIOSITY.

I love you.
I'm sorry, I don't

(Original post by TheOtherSide.)
I suggested that, but I think that each cup is meant to be touching a coin.
I genuinely made that rule up to see if you could apply that concept of putting a cup in a cup, to having a coin belonging to, or at least touching a cup

Like, you could spread them out in 2, 3 and 5
Then put the cup containing 3 in the cup containing 2. So now have cups with 5, 3 and 5
14. (Original post by Serine Soul)
I'm sorry, I don't

Oh... Well I love whoever took that screenshot.
15. (Original post by Vennec)
Easy. The coins are obviously chocolate, so all you have to do is put three in each, snap the last one into a bendy tri-force and drop the remaining thirds into the three cups.
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can i have my prize now pls
Sure

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16. (Original post by Serine Soul)
Not even 10 pennies in change?
Spent it all in the GCSE Fine Art struggle.
17. (Original post by Woody_Pigeon)
Spent it all in the GCSE Fine Art struggle.
I remember the pain

Tfw when you're at the end of year eleven and you realise you can't paint ;_;

My teacher said my painting style was 'unique' when really he meant 'awful'
18. No, since 2(odd) + odd = odd
even + odd + odd
19. (Original post by Serine Soul)
I'm sorry, I don't

I genuinely made that rule up to see if you could apply that concept of putting a cup in a cup, to having a coin belonging to, or at least touching a cup

Like, you could spread them out in 2, 3 and 5
Then put the cup containing 3 in the cup containing 2. So now have cups with 5, 3 and 5
Did you see the idea I gave about that?

It was something to do with making it so that the rims of two cups were touching, and a coin was put in before doing that?
20. (Original post by Hōseki)
Nahh
"Logic puzzles" never play by the rules.
You have to pretend you are following the 'rules'.

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