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OK, this will be like nothing we have seen on the boards so far!!

This puzzle will be about changing my beginning phrase into ONE letter. Questions about what my letters are are not allowed. You can ask like "Is the item in your next transformation used for..."

There are 3 letters. Your first letter clue is... T-Funny

Using thesauruses and dictionaries would be helpful
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so we have to change T-Funny into one letter?

maybe something like T-Funny = Tiffany - Diamonds - Carbon - C?
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so we have to change T-Funny into one letter? Yes

maybe something like T-Funny = Tiffany - Diamonds - Carbon - C?OOH the first one was a good idea. Maybe I should've started with that:P
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lol ok heres my next guess - T-Funny = T-Bone = Steak, not sure where to go to get the letter, so I guess I'll just try S for Steak?
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I had two ideas:

Is the word maybe something that separates the T-and the Funny?

Maybe "hat"? As in That Funny?

I also thought of T-Bone, like damia, but to change it into a three letter word, I thought of the word "bon" which means "good". So T-Funny=bon?
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lol ok heres my next guess - T-Funny = T-Bone = Steak,This is correct, but you missed something between T funny and T bone not sure where to go to get the letter, so I guess I'll just try S for Steak?No

I had two ideas:

Is the word maybe something that separates the T-and the Funny? No

Maybe "hat"? As in That Funny?No

I also thought of T-Bone, like damia, but to change it into a three letter word, I thought of the word "bon" which means "good". So T-Funny=bon?No

Damia, you COULD go on, but its more fun to get my change between T-Funny and T-bone. Thesaures
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so, we are thinking of "funny bone"--humerus?
I searched for humerus on three online thesauri, and none of them came up with results for this word.
I'm a little confused with the phrase "there are three letters"...are we talking about finding a word that has three letters, or are we getting to the 1 letter in three steps? Sorry, I read pretty literally sometimes : )
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wait a minute, and this might be way off, but--maybe the word "rib"
you can have a bone like a rib in a t-bone steak, I guess and something funny can be a "rib tickler"
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something between t-funny and t-bone hmm, not sure there, obviously I got it by using funny bone as in your elbow, so maybe the letter is L (el)bow?

thesaurus.com doesn't like any combination of t-funny t-bone or funny bone *sigh*

or is it something to do with the actual bones in your arm? funny bone - humerus? ulna?
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lol whoops big cross post there
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so, we are thinking of "funny bone"--humerus?Yes
I searched for humerus on three online thesauri, and none of them came up with results for this word.Oh well, you are close enough. Homophones!! Humerus and Humorous
I'm a little confused with the phrase "there are three letters"...are we talking about finding a word that has three letters, or are we getting to the 1 letter in three steps? Sorry, I read pretty literally sometimes : )I am giving one letter at a time

wait a minute, and this might be way off, but--maybe the word "rib" This would work too :-)
you can have a bone like a rib in a t-bone steak, I guess and something funny can be a "rib tickler"This could've been a second alternative

something between t-funny and t-bone hmm, not sure there, obviously I got it by using funny bone as in your elbow, so maybe the letter is L (el)bow?

thesaurus.com doesn't like any combination of t-funny t-bone or funny bone *sigh*

or is it something to do with the actual bones in your arm? funny bone - humerus? ulna?Read above
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I thought about writing humorous, too, but I didn't. drat!

Since we are thinking 1 letter at a time...Are we picking the first letter of the word humerus/humorous--"h", perhaps?
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I thought about writing humorous, too, but I didn't. drat!

Since we are thinking 1 letter at a time...Are we picking the first letter of the word humerus/humorous--"h", perhaps?No, go work out the part from steak. And remember, Phones
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hmmmm, here's a stab in the dark!....

steaks are beef, and beef is from cattle. you make calls on phones...so cattle-call?

Here are some words from cattle-call: Moo? Contest? Powow? Assembly? Rendevous? Get-together? Gig?
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hmmmm, here's a stab in the dark!....

steaks are beef, and beef is from cattle. you make calls on phones...so cattle-call?

Here are some words from cattle-call: Moo? Contest? Powow? Assembly? Rendevous? Get-together? Gig?No to all, remember my solution to humorous and humerus
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steak - stake?
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steak - stake?Yes

Your next transformation is a bit harder, you might need to ask questions about what my next item is used as
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I'm confused - so now we have humorous and stake - are both of these connected to something else?

is your item used as a tool? is it smaller than a computer? smaller than a book? is it electronic? does it have batteries? is amde of wood? metal? stone? plastic? glass? rubber?
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I'm confused - so now we have humorous and stake - are both of these connected to something else? NO, after you get each word, you can forget about each predecessor

is your item used as a tool?No is it smaller than a computer?Yes smaller than a book?Yes is it electronic?No does it have batteries?No is made of wood?Likely not metal?No! stone?No! plastic?Yes glass?No rubber?No
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is it shaped more or less like a cube? cuboid? pyramid? sphere? cylinder? some other prism?

is it smaller than a fork? is anything written on it? is it a solid object? or does it have something inside it? or could it? or is it hollow?
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is it shaped more or less like a cube? cuboid? pyramid? sphere? cylinder? some other prism?No, it is shaped like a regular stake, its just another name for a particular stake

is it smaller than a fork?Yes is anything written on it?Irr is it a solid object?Yes or does it have something inside it? or could it? or is it hollow?
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I was thinking of golf tees because they are used as a sort of stake and are smaller than a fork, but most tees are wood...maybe a plastic golf tee?

would this item be used for something--food? sports? needlework?
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I was thinking of golf tees because they are used as a sort of stake and are smaller than a fork, but most tees are wood...maybe a plastic golf tee?Well, that sure went fast for the first letter. I don't know all that much about golf, so...

Guess which letter it is now :P
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umm T?
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umm T?Yes

For your next clue...
Exotic tree minus h
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is the "h" at the beginning, middle, or end of the word?

hmmmm.....hemlock-h=emlock (Em=M)?
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is the "h" at the beginning, middle, or end of the word?Well, you have to figure what tree I'm talking about

hmmmm.....hemlock-h=emlock (Em=M)?Nope
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hazelnut?
hickory?
honeysuckle?
hornbeam?
hackberry?
hawthorn?
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holly?
horse chestnut?

ash?
beech?
chestnut?
cherry?
birch?
blackthorn?
buckthorn?
larch?
whin?
Whitebeam?
Moutain-ash?
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hazelnut?
hickory?
honeysuckle?
hornbeam?
hackberry?
hawthorn?
holly?
horse chestnut?

ash?
beech?
chestnut?
cherry?
birch?
blackthorn?
buckthorn?
larch?
whin?
Whitebeam?
Moutain-ash?Nice try with all of them, but my tree doesn't even have an h yet. The tree is related to a thing that has an h though
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palm?

so palm to hand?

hand minus h = and?
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palm?

so palm to hand?

hand minus h = and?Brave! And from there?
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palm?

so palm to hand?

hand minus h = and?Bravo! And from there?
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Aren't golf tees usually made of wood?
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Aren't golf tees usually made of wood?Ermm... I always thought they were plastic, but I don't really play golf
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do we need to transform and into something else? do we still need the original clue?
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do we need to transform and into something else?Yes do we still need the original clue?No
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are we looking for a word that sounds like and next? or a word with a similar function as and?

band? candy? dandy? land? panda? sand?
also? as well? plus?
but? or?
ampersand?


is the next word an object? a verb? an adjective?

maybe plus... + = cross = X?
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are we looking for a word that sounds like and next? or a word with a similar function as and?

band? candy? dandy? land? panda? sand?
also? as well? plus?
but? or?
ampersand?


is the next word an object? a verb? an adjective?

maybe plus... + = cross = X?No to all, You go straight from and to my letter
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a?
n?
d?
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a?
n?Yes, like macoroni 'n' cheese
d?

Next clue, Indian, Atlantic, Artic
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Ocean=Sea=C?
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Ocean=Sea=C?No
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Pacific?
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Pacific?No
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southern?

are oceans in fact relevant? or water?
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southern? No

are oceans in fact relevant?Yes, And it is relevant how many Oceans I put... or water?
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three seas? three c's? is the letter c important at all?
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three seas? three c's? is the letter c important at all?Yes to all so far...
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is ccc relevant? or c3po hehe?
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is ccc relevant? or c3po hehe?LoL no, I'll simplify the thing we have now to 3 Cs
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Can you recap this, please? what's been established and what's not?

I think that so far it's TN and 3c's... and that the 3c's will somehow yield the third letter we need, right?
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I think that so far it's TN and 3c's...Yes and that the 3c's will somehow yield the third letter we need, right?Yes You pretty much already RECAPPED it

This one is only solvable with a little Lord of the Rings
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3C's and Lord of the Rings.

That's not helping me out at all...

c's: sees? seize?
something that three characters saw? (The inscription on the ring? (Gandalf, Frodo, presumably Sauron?)) held? The ring itself? (Bilbo, Frodo, Gollum?)

<ummgluff>
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3C's and Lord of the Rings.

That's not helping me out at all...Sorry, I can tell this needs boosting: Think what you add together most to get 3

c's: sees? seize?Interesting, but no
something that three characters saw?No (The inscription on the ring? (Gandalf, Frodo, presumably Sauron?)) held? The ring itself? (Bilbo, Frodo, Gollum?) Nope But what about second breakfast... and...

<ummgluff>Ummgluff? Sounds cool
Rabrab (Rabrab)
Posted on Thursday, July 19, 2007 - 9:03 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

What I add together most to get 3? one and two... one C, two C? acey-deucey? the backgammon game?
c cc -- centimeter/cubic centimeter? ratio of length to volume?
Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
Posted on Thursday, July 19, 2007 - 11:54 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

What I add together most to get 3? one and two... one C, two C? So far correctacey-deucey?No the backgammon game? No
c cc -- centimeter/cubic centimeter?No ratio of length to volume?No
Rabrab (Rabrab)
Posted on Friday, July 20, 2007 - 7:50 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Onesie twosie? a children's rhyme? a counting game?

C as roman numeral? 100 and 200?

once, twice?

Specifically Lord of the Rings relevant, or JRR Tolkien in general? If LOTR specific, which book: Fellowship? Two Towers? Return of the King? 1 & 2 but not 3? 1 & 3 but not 2? 2 &3 but not 1? all 3?
Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
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Onesie twosie?Yes! And I quote from the movie, "But what about second breakfast, and onesies and twosies?" a children's rhyme? a counting game?

C as roman numeral? 100 and 200?

once, twice?

Specifically Lord of the Rings relevant, or JRR Tolkien in general? If LOTR specific, which book: Fellowship? Two Towers? Return of the King? 1 & 2 but not 3? 1 & 3 but not 2? 2 &3 but not 1? all 3?Not relevant anymore
Rabrab (Rabrab)
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Huh. Don't remember that at all. But onesies and twosies are apparently midday snacks, which calls to mind the other famous midday snack, Winnie the Pooh's "elevenses." Which in OIC-notation would be LFNSS. So: L? F? N? S?
Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
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Huh. Don't remember that at all. But onesies and twosies are apparently midday snacks,Yes which calls to mind the other famous midday snack, Winnie the Pooh's "elevenses."LoL?? Which in OIC-notation would be LFNSS. So: L? F? N? S?None, now discover another midday snack
Rabrab (Rabrab)
Posted on Saturday, July 21, 2007 - 5:27 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Brunch? Lunch? Tea? Nibble? Nosh?
Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
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Brunch? Lunch? Tea?Yes! Nibble? Nosh?

Darn, I seemed to give way too many hints. I will make another and not give as many hehehe
Rabrab (Rabrab)
Posted on Sunday, July 22, 2007 - 5:36 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

So we've got TNT. That's it?

*Boom*
Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
Posted on Sunday, July 22, 2007 - 1:03 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

So we've got TNT. That's it?

*Boom*No, BOOM!!!

SPOILER!!

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