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Saturday, November 10, 2007

The Pete and Repeat Riddle

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A great riddle for little kids, or anyone named Peter or Pete.

It works best when told out loud.

"Pete and Repeat were in a boat.
Pete fell out.
Who was left?"

A: Repeat.

"Pete and Repeat were in a boat..."

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don´t get it why this has never been answered correctly.

The answer of course is Andre.
Proof:
1. The riddle is told loud, so we can write the text of the question as:
"Pete and Repete were in a boat."

2. "Pete fell out.", so we remove Pete from the boat´s passenger list and what remains is "and re" = Andre.

q.e.d.

8/20/2009 8:39 AM  

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