# Popcorn will never stop

If a man says duck
It all turns black

Will the ball explode
with doom and gloom?

The bell will ring
And the child will sing

When you see a cow
???


Options:

1. The horse knows why
2. You want it too
3. It turns to snow
4. They find a shack

### Hints:

(it's already solved but in case you want to try anyway)

1.

Every two lines are separate, and follow the same logic

2.

An alternate ending for the first line is:

If a man says duck
goo ga goo ga gack

3.

The semantics of the second line is irrelevant

2. You want it too

Reason:

The last word in the second line of each couplet rhymes with the sound made by the last word in the first couplet.

If a man says duck (quack)
It all turns black

Will the ball explode (boom)
with doom and gloom?

The bell will ring (ding)
And the child will sing

When you see a cow (moo)
You want it too

• Oh, good catch! – Rand al'Thor Jul 2 '17 at 12:32
• why not snow then? cow->snow? – Sid Jul 2 '17 at 12:34
• @Sid rot13(Zbb qbrfa'g eulzr jvgu fabj.) – Rand al'Thor Jul 2 '17 at 12:36
• Whoa you're good :) – Dotan Jul 2 '17 at 13:25
• @Randal'Thor popcorn sounds like 'pop' which rhymes with stop – Dotan Jul 2 '17 at 13:57

2. You want it too

Reasoning:

The title gives it away: popcorn goes pop = stop

Here is the explanation:

You take the last word of each first line, and rhyme the onomatopoeia that is associated with that word

• Duck -> quack = black

• Explode -> boom = gloom

• Ring -> ring/ding = sing

• Cow -> moo = too

• You're quite correct, but the answer has already been posted by as4s4hetic. – Rand al'Thor Jul 2 '17 at 17:02
• I did figure out the title though – archaephyrryx Jul 3 '17 at 2:26