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## Can You Solve My Riddle?

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A woman shoots her husband.
Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes.
Finally, she hangs him.
• creature

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She took a picture of him
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creature saidShe took a picture of him

on the right track
• creature

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I should've completed it. The first part is she took the picture. Then she develops the photograph, and the third part is she dries the photograph
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creature saidI should've completed it. The first part is she took the picture. Then she develops the photograph, and the third part is she dries the photograph

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she took a polaroid of him

She shot him, "taking the picture."
Held him under water, "granted Im not sure if its water that you soak polaroids in but its a guess."
She hung him, "she framed or just hung up the photo.
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ok try this one

What is as big as you are and yet does not weigh anything?
• creature

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lol ok here is a harder one

Which is the word in English that has nine letters, and remains a word at each step even when you remove one letter from it, right up to a single letter remaining. List each letter as you remove them, along with the resulting word at each step.
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tonylover

lol

try harder
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paparazzi66 saidtonylover

lol

try harder

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• JimJim

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Tonylover, your shadow riddle is incorrect because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you as well, depending on the way the light hits you.

Also to the post above me, the answer to the last riddle can't be "Tonylover" since it's not a word every step of the way. Ie-, Tonylo, Ton, T, etc.
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JimJim saidTonylover, your shadow riddle is incorrect because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you as well, depending on the way the light hits you.

Also to the post above me, the answer to the last riddle can't be "Tonylover" since it's not a word every step of the way. Ie-, Tonylo, Ton, T, etc.

no its shadow and the answer was ‘Startling’ is the word. Begin by removing ‘i’, which makes it ‘staring’, then take away the ‘t’, making it ‘staring’, and so on – string; sing; sin; in; and, I.
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try this one haha

Two cannibals were chatting as they had their dinner. One complained that he really quite disliked his new mother-in-law. What was the advice given to him by his companion?
• JimJim

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tonylover said
JimJim saidTonylover, your shadow riddle is incorrect because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you as well, depending on the way the light hits you.

Also to the post above me, the answer to the last riddle can't be "Tonylover" since it's not a word every step of the way. Ie-, Tonylo, Ton, T, etc.

no its shadow and the answer was ‘Startling’ is the word. Begin by removing ‘i’, which makes it ‘staring’, then take away the ‘t’, making it ‘staring’, and so on – string; sing; sin; in; and, I.

You originally posted the riddle "what is as big as you but weighs nothing." Even though the answer you say is shadow, it doesn't follow from the riddle because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you. Very rarely is your shadow your exact size.
• commoncoll

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tonylover said

lol ok here is a harder one

Which is the word in English that has nine letters, and remains a word at each step even when you remove one letter from it, right up to a single letter remaining. List each letter as you remove them, along with the resulting word at each step.

Do the letters have to be removed in sequence or anywhere in the word? 9 letters is a lot of letters.
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JimJim said
tonylover said
JimJim saidTonylover, your shadow riddle is incorrect because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you as well, depending on the way the light hits you.

Also to the post above me, the answer to the last riddle can't be "Tonylover" since it's not a word every step of the way. Ie-, Tonylo, Ton, T, etc.

no its shadow and the answer was ‘Startling’ is the word. Begin by removing ‘i’, which makes it ‘staring’, then take away the ‘t’, making it ‘staring’, and so on – string; sing; sin; in; and, I.

You originally posted the riddle "what is as big as you but weighs nothing." Even though the answer you say is shadow, it doesn't follow from the riddle because your shadow can be bigger or smaller than you. Very rarely is your shadow your exact size.

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commoncoll said
tonylover said

lol ok here is a harder one

Which is the word in English that has nine letters, and remains a word at each step even when you remove one letter from it, right up to a single letter remaining. List each letter as you remove them, along with the resulting word at each step.

Do the letters have to be removed in sequence or anywhere in the word? 9 letters is a lot of letters.

it was already said this is the new one

Two cannibals were chatting as they had their dinner. One complained that he really quite disliked his new mother-in-law. What was the advice given to him by his companion?
• KepaArg

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splitting
spitting
sitting
siting
sting
sing
sin
in
i

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KepaArg saidsplitting
spitting
sitting
siting
sting
sing
sin
in
i

• commoncoll

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[quote][cite]tonylover said[/cite
Two cannibals were chatting as they had their dinner. One complained that he really quite disliked his new mother-in-law. What was the advice given to him by his companion?[/quote]

Don't eat her raw?
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commoncoll said[quote][cite]tonylover said[/cite
Two cannibals were chatting as they had their dinner. One complained that he really quite disliked his new mother-in-law. What was the advice given to him by his companion?

Don't eat her raw?[/quote]

nope nice try
• KepaArg

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tonylover said
KepaArg saidsplitting
spitting
sitting
siting
sting
sing
sin
in
i

Well it was a different word and English is my third language haha so I had to think about it ;). Half point
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KepaArg said
tonylover said
KepaArg saidsplitting
spitting
sitting
siting
sting
sing
sin
in
i

Well it was a different word and English is my third language haha so I had to think about it ;). Half point

awww you get three claps for thinking clap clap clap
• KepaArg

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gracias, arigatou, thanks
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