Puzzles & Games The magical X variable-solved

Discussion in 'Puzzles & Games' started by tablet, Sep 12, 2004.

  1. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    "Those x are x of being x"- Merrill Jenkins, Monetary Realist

    Replace X with a word that will complete the magical phrase.


    [Edited on 30-9-2004 by tablet]

    [Edited on 10-17-2004 by pineappleupsidedown]
     
  2. Cinderloft

    Cinderloft Premium Member

    I assume that x = only one word that we have to use 3 times. Does it have to be a word that spells the same each time?
     
  3. Cinderloft

    Cinderloft Premium Member

    I think I've got it. U2U'ing my response.
     
  4. Cinderloft

    Cinderloft Premium Member

    Really, thats odd. Must be a way to fix that without the format, unless your comp is really really messed up. :(
     
  5. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    I've heard the F word can be placed anywhere in a sentence, but im guessing thats not what your looking for.

    ---pineapple
     
  6. Cinderloft

    Cinderloft Premium Member

    "Those fnord are fnord that they're fnord."

    That what you meant? ;)
     
  7. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    why do you keep deleting your posts tablet?

    and why is your mood white?

    just curious

    ---pineapple
     
  8. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    About mood being white: Testing to see if it accept html code.

    about deleting I like this place to be clean. I think we should start deleting un-needed reply.

    [Edited on 17-9-2004 by tablet]
     
  9. pineappleupsidedown

    pineappleupsidedown Premium Member

    BTW: this was deleted earlier, but i think the solution was "those aware are aware of being aware"

    ---pineapple

    [Edited on 10-17-2004 by pineappleupsidedown]
     
  10. tablet

    tablet Premium Member

    I forgot about this thread. The answer is either unaware or aware. But since this is a quote. It's unaware.

    "Those unware are unware of being unaware"- Merrill Jenkins, Monetary Realist