The narrator kept having to clean
The friend in the bar was explaining
This is the principle behind
Afterwards, the narrator
But what was the hobby? It must obviously involve
and could possibly involve
So I'm going to guess at
If the boys and their boat are initially on the opposite shore to the 358 men, then, for each man:
which is just a cyclic permutation of hexomino's answer. After
trips, all 358 men have now crossed, as required. Granted, the boys are now on opposite shores, but it wasn't required to return them both to one particular shore.
type answer. You say that the man loses 20 lbs of body weight within seconds - but
It could be
or even just
Consequently, the button was
It's quite reasonable to lose 20 lbs of body weight
@hexomino already answered the question but I will explain to you what happened... it is riddle of picture, visual riddle so you need to use visual clues and IQ to solve it and not stories. whatever I am mentioning is based on visual clues in the picture.
our prime suspect is 1, 2, 3 and 4...
The fourth person i.e. the ...
StephenTG has the correct answer. Just to finish off the full explanation by solving the remaining clues:
James doesn't understand the difference between a trash can and a belt.
James thinks that kings helped mosquitoes reproduce.
James thinks that cylinder locks have ink in them.
James believes that the atmosphere will possess his father's estate.
Could the name of your lover perhaps be:
I believe this to be true based on the board that was provided as part of the puzzle. Paying particularly close attention to the following pieces:
With regards to how many moves it would take for white to give the win to black in a selfmate, the lowest I've come up with is if black isn't forced to move (Series Self-...
In your story, 2 chickens of yours apparently escaped, leaving 8 of your original 10. On one day you found 3 dead outside the pen, on another day you found 5 dead in the pen.
The reason why you only lost 5 is:
The reason I think this is:
And if you tell the theme, you shall have guessed my lover's name!
In how many moves can White force Black to win?
And to break your world perspective, please also explain the title!
??? (I think getting a definite/complete answer would help)
You were walking really, really fast towards the west. Faster, in fact, than the rotational speed of the Earth, so the Sun would appear to be rising from the west, then setting in the east. Of course, walking at this speed is pretty tiring, stopping to rest puts the Sun back on it's correct path and setting again in the west...
I don't think there's anything in the story that shows that the (fictional) Chinese didn't fake this right, but here's a thing that seems like it might be easy to get wrong and possible to detect: