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Rendril

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  1. If there's a lot on your mind it's there to help you forget, To relax, rewind and leave behind the regret, The first sip makes you well before you know it's time, And you're saying to hell with the salt, lemon and lime, Salt, lemon and lime time! Con tequila, floor =D

  2. I have been wondering about the secret for so long. Now I see. Now I know!

  3. Bah, I'm successfully out of time right now. I'll have to ponder it another time. I'm not sure what you mean by
  4. Continuation of Eldrad's Pirate Riddle: Whew, I hope that make sense PS My first riddle remains unsolved. I know that Sacosphilz got it but he didn't actually post it.
  5. @Metal Bunny's paragraph riddle Riddle me this: What has a voice, goes on four legs in the morning, on two legs in the afternoon, and on three legs in the evening?
  6. @Eldrad's 100 Pirates Riddle
  7. @Sacosphilz I know what you meant, I didn't think you didn't like it, I just thought I'd give you another one to keep you busy. As for your solution, it is the correct method by the wrong answer. Otherwise, with the correct follow through you got it.
  8. I see two possible answers: Sorry if I don't use the spoiler bar correctly, I'm new to this.
  9. Perhaps this one will tickle your fancy more? Also a simple riddle, this time more math orientated: An ordinary deck of playing cards contains 52 cards divided into 4 suits, diamonds, hearts, clubs, spades. Each suit contains 13 cards of the following denominations from smallest value to greatest: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J (jack), Q (queen), K (king), and A (ace). The game of poker is played with an ordinary deck of playing cards in which a player will have a five-card hand. There is a certain five-card holding called two pairs. It contains 2 cards of one denomination, 2 cards of a
  10. Here is an easy one for now: There are 3 boxes each with 2 marbles in them. In one box there are 2 white marbles, in another there are 2 black marbles and in another there is one white and one black marble. The boxes all have labels on them indicating what marbles they contain. Somebody comes and rearranges the labels so that no box has the correct label anymore. You are able to select one box and take one marble out. How will you determine which label belongs to which box. No, the boxes are not see-through etc, no trick just a simple riddle.
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