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### A puzzle in 140 characters

NOTE: If you upvote this, please upvote the puzzle itself too! It took far more effort to make than my solution did. 🐾❄🥅#📌♠💦255879 ⠗⠕⠞⠼⠁⠊⠉:⠺⠠⠰⠶⠮ ∞WᒧO3>H∽UO)Z⊢ せம佛أر➪ᓭܜ⚡ﺪトΛí ĆẸİĿMṈOṖ\\$...
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### Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

So we have the 'sum': $$22+$$ $$4\;=$$ $$82\;\;\;$$
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In French:
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My suggestion:
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### How many questions are there on Stack Exchange?

The answer is: this is why:
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### You have prepared. You are determined. You approach the door

After a period of thought, you approach the door triumphantly in order to type in as the keycode. As you do so, you recall the reasoning that led you to this conclusion. Putting together the torn ...
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### Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

And thank goodness we don't use those any more.
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### Caught splinging at work

"What kind of trouble am I in?" You're... having a small stroke? :P But seriously:
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### Strange women and their strange ways of giving you phone numbers

Her name is Her phone number is Because The translated message is: Which, converted to plain text is: The result above Translating this, we get: These are the Which spells out the following: ...
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### ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

This question has If you
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### I assure you — This Is A Puzzle

The hidden message is which you can get by
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### How Many Policemen?

The number of participants The 50 cans of drink The number of policemen
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### Paper Picture Puzzle

At first, this solves fairly simply. The pictures are: And the message is: So, what do we do next? The trick to this puzzle is that...
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### I'm a noob, plz help me quick!

So, you want me to... I vote to close as "unclear what you're asking". ;) The solution:
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### For all your flag design needs

Your business seems to be ... Panda, Brandon and commenters have already figured out ... So let's do that and we see:
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### Do you *really* know Stack Exchange?

More partial answer, work in progress: As noted in Rupert Morrish's answer: The hint: So if we decode the cipher text found above using that cipher and key, we get: So if we ROT-13 the remaining ...
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### What is Lukas Rotter's secret?

It's Because To elaborate, ASCII is a standardized representation of text which assigns a numeric value to 128 different characters. The RGB color space is an additive color model where we mix red, ...
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### 90% of people will fail this puzzle!

The real trick to this puzzle is: To get the answer, we
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### 100 pieces 1 opportunity, choose wisely!

What you're missing here is the chance of playing at all, given that the game ends when someone finds the prize. (or, chance of finding a prize goes to 0, which is the same thing) ...
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### The Thirteen Doors of Aj Noc'la

The answer is as pointed out, Added info: To get the answer: OP edit: here's a gif that might help visualise the above explanation: Also note that the clue poem states: Brilliant puzzle - used ...
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### What should I call this poker hand with a straight?

You should call this a... Because...
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### Honeycomb: a hexagonal grid of letters

Starting with the bottom, On the left, On the right, In the middle, And for the top, And now the final puzzle can be solved:
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### A Riddle Within a Riddle

The final riddle, found by others is: Which gives So the final answer is: which is indeed how
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### You're not feeling well. You need something.

I know what you need ... We get this by ...
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### Miniature Puzzle

Final Answer The bottom left The bottom middle The bottom right Top 3 rows, part 1R Top 3 rows, part 1G Top 3 rows, part 1B Top three rows, part 2 Top three rows, part 2R Top three rows, part ...
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### How many questions are there on Stack Exchange?

When you single click on a stack exchange site (i.e. Stack overflow) it gives you the number of questions on that site. I just did this with every site and added them all up. The answer is there are ...
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### Grandpa's crazy math. Another Grandpa Mystery

2.72 1000 x 10000 Relatively speaking I think Grandpa is a genius
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### Who's not welcome here?

I'm going to guess it's the based on the observation that Particularly, they could be So, the odd one out would then be
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