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# I can solve four riddles in a row

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 12/23/2012 Category: Miscellaneous Updated: 5 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 1,026 times Debate No: 28559
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 Pro If I do not solve it tell me why and how to find answer but even if I don't solve one just put others for fun.If I can't solve one = 7 point to conIf I solve all four = 7 point to meIf I give a fully valid answer but con has a different, equally valid answer we ignore this. One riddle per round (failure to abide = 7 point to pro) Report this Argument Con Here is your first and fairly simple riddle: Two coins add up to 15 pence and one of them is not a 10p coin. What are the 2 coins?Report this Argument Pro 10p and a 5p coin, one of them is not a 10p coin.Report this Argument Con The_Stoic forfeited this round. Pro Man that riddle was so hard... I think the answer is I win?Report this Argument Con The_Stoic forfeited this round. Con The_Stoic forfeited this round. Con The_Stoic forfeited this round.
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Posted by SarcasticIndeed 5 years ago
No, only 3, I believe. He failed on the "What do I have in my pocket?" one.
Posted by Heineken 5 years ago
The encounter between Bilbo and Smeagol resulted in a riddle contest. If Bilbo won, Smeagol had to show him the way out of the cavern. If Smeagul won, he gets to eat Bilbo "whole".
Posted by RationalMadman 5 years ago
*Smeagol
Posted by RationalMadman 5 years ago
did smeagul solve four in a row?
Posted by RationalMadman 5 years ago
I didn't?
Posted by Heineken 5 years ago
Someone just watched the Hobbit...Golum,Golum!
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