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No, his lol, he said whats an eight letter word(envelope)even after removing each letter from it(remove a letter from an envelope, its still an envelope)But it does kinda fit yours too, eh? lol
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^ kudo + for you being smart.

 

somethings you will never see again is the inside of yo mama(hopefuly)

 

and a word with the same pronounceation is bacon because I pronounce it the same way "brhgkgshrgrgdgrn"becasue it is usually being eaten.

 

what does this say:

 

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Kudo for making me laugh at your answers to the riddles.

Some people see the inside of their mama, if their into that kinda stuff. But something you will never see again? Life after it is gone?
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glaciusx25 wrote:
When you say remove each letter, is that the whole riddle where you remove one letter at a time, and each time you do, it still forms a word?

 

I don't know what he's trying to get at in the most recent question, but I have a similar one:

 

What word, after removing all of the vowels from it, still retains the same pronunciation?


The word is Queue.

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If anyone hasn't played "The Curse" yet, they should give it a try.

 

It's an app for smartphones.

 

Full of puzzles and such.

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glaciusx25 wrote:

Da_Almighty_Guy wrote:

glaciusx25 wrote:
When you say remove each letter, is that the whole riddle where you remove one letter at a time, and each time you do, it still forms a word?

 

I don't know what he's trying to get at in the most recent question, but I have a similar one:

 

What word, after removing all of the vowels from it, still retains the same pronunciation?


The word is Queue.


 

Yes, that would be the word.

 

queue

queue

q

 

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What is in seasons, seconds, centuries and minutes but not in decades, years or days?



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What is in seasons, seconds, centuries and minutes but not in decades, years or days?


The letter N.

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