Thursday, February 6, 2014

Riddling Ogre Derby Results!

The time has come, the hour is nigh....The fat lady has warbled, the moon has set, and the Riddling Ogre Derby is won!
The winner of the first, and last, riddling Ogre Derby, is....da-dum...da-dum....ANASTASIA!!!
Congratulations! Adulations! Asphyxiations!
Lets see how the riddle-and-answer results pan out:

Riddle Alpha:What do you get when you cross an Automobile with a household animal?
Solution: A rug (Incorrectly answered by Dmitri Pendragon. Incorrectly answered by Anastasia).

Riddle Beta:YYURYYUBICURYY4me
Solution: Too wise you are, too wise you be, I see you are too wise for me. (Correctly answered by Anastasia. Dmitri Pendragon unable to answer)

Riddle Gamma: My First is in Hound, but not in Dog. My Second is in Woof, but not in Dark. My Third is in Whine, but not in Whimper. My Fourth is in Muzzle, but not in Mutt. My Fifth is in Puppy, but not in Cur.
What am I?
Solution:  Honey (Correctly answered by Anastasia. Correctly answered by Dmitri Pendragon).

So, as you see, a very near win. Awesome job Dmitri on your answers as well!
If you'll look at the Hall of riddlers tab, you'll find the newest winner carved there in the pixels.
Now Anastasia is given the prize! What name shall you give to the newest character in the until now unfinished Novella, the Riddle Ogre?!
Comment below with your answer, and all followers feel free to join in! Carpe Diem, and be nice to hamsters.

J.T.Z. Baner

7 comments:

  1. Ah, now I see the answer to number 2. Congratulations, Anastasia!

    And I see why the first is a rug, now. Flattened household animal.

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    1. No, it's a rug because it's a car-pet. :P

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    2. Oh, right. :P That makes sense too.

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  2. I think the joke was originally a joke. Great job Hyper, I didn't get the car-pet meaning.

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    1. Oops, I meant 'RIDDLE was originally joke'. shame....

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  3. I name thee Edwin Nigma! May you ever flourish in the minds and hearts of all who read of you.

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  4. Yee-ha! Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your pens! Or whatever he said....Now I've got a name; and now I've got to write!

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