Real Nice Riddles page 3 (locked)

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That riddle used the backwards date used in ‘Murica, I don’t like.

 
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Originally posted by Kidudeman:

It was 12345678

12:34, 5/6, ’78.

This is only correct in America, where dates are MM/DD/YY.
In england and europe, it is DD/MM/YY.

 
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Myhome, sorry, I will try to make them more international.
Number 6:

 
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A mannequin?

 
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nooooo, the wig is only cause its blue themed!

 
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A windmil.

 
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Yup! Congrats T6salt!

 
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Myhome, sorry, I will try to make them more international

Oh, I am American. I just prefer metrics and external (but more logical) methods.

Therefore, I understand the riddle. I just don’t care for the maths.

 
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Originally posted by myhome16:

Myhome, sorry, I will try to make them more international

Oh, I am American. I just prefer metrics and external (but more logical) methods.

Therefore, I understand the riddle. I just don’t care for the maths.

I totally agree! If Americans used the metric system and what-not, there would be little use of fractions, and it would make life so much easier!

 
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Hey guys, should I keep score? Easy=1 Medium=2 Hard=3
#7

 
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A Towel! =D

Bonus: A Hippo crossbreeded with Donkey Kong? =S

 
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Nice Feline! Correct!

 
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Originally posted by spissilly:

Nice Feline! Correct!

What about the bonus? (Also, I have heard that one multiple times. ;D)

 
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Very creative bonus too.

 
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That’s Gloria from Madagascar who was painted purple by Marty while she was asleep. Gloria is mad so she flipped Marty off and punched him.

 
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How does a towel get wetter as you dry it. “It” is referring to the towel here so don’t give me something like “Herp Derp water drains onto the floor DERP.”

 
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Originally posted by Zzzip50:

How does a towel get wetter as you dry it. It is referring to the towel here so don’t give me something like “Herp Derp water drains onto the floor DERP.”

Dries is used as a verb so the towel is drying something that is wet.

 
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Once it (the towel) dries, you wet it again by rubbing it against wet objects. Let it dry. Repeat.

 
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Originally posted by FelineForumer:

Once it (the towel) dries, you wet it again by rubbing it against wet objects. Let it dry. Repeat.

That isnt simultaneous though.

Originally posted by afklol:
Originally posted by Zzzip50:

How does a towel get wetter as you dry it. It is referring to the towel here so don’t give me something like “Herp Derp water drains onto the floor DERP.”

Dries is used as a verb so the towel is drying something that is wet.

Oyeah.

 
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This is retarded.

 
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#8

 
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Originally posted by Jaskaran2000:

This is retarded.

 
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A stamp (on an envelope that’s going internationally, I guess. But still, a stamp)

 
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A globe.

 
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A stamp.