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He couldn't wait, so he got the scrund.
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Title relevant? If so, annelid as in earthworm? Is there an earthworm in this puzzle? Or does it just refer to "early bird gets the worm"? which relates to "he couldn't wait"?

He = HAM? He = a bird?
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Title relevant? indirectly. If so, annelid as in earthworm? yes. Is there an earthworm in this puzzle? no, not really. Or does it just refer to "early bird gets the worm"? which relates to "he couldn't wait"? it relates to a different expression involving worms.

He = HAM? in reality: yes, probably not, yes. However, only the human is relevant. He = a bird? no.
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Did he get the scrund because he missed something happening? missed seeing something? missed hearing something?
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Did he get the scrund because he missed something happening? missed seeing something? missed hearing something? no to all, believe it or not.
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If he had waited, he would have experienced A.
Because he didn't wait, he experienced B instead.
Which led to his scrund: missing A? or experiencing B?
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If he had waited, he would have experienced A.
Because he didn't wait, he experienced B instead.
Which led to his scrund: missing A? or experiencing B? this last one.
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Tread on a worm and it will turn?
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Tread on a worm and it will turn? nope.
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The relevant something ("B") he experienced, was it something he...saw? heard? felt? tasted? consumed? did?

How long did he fail to wait: seconds? minutes? hours? days? weeks? months? years?

Any other people relevant? Location relevant?
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The relevant something ("B") he experienced, was it something he...saw? thisish. heard? felt? tasted? consumed? did? thisish too.

How long did he fail to wait: seconds? minutes? hours? days? weeks? months? years? probably one of the last two.

Any other people relevant? sort of. Location relevant? yope.
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Is it that he really was not able to wait? Or that he was so eager and impatient that he didn't wait any more?

Is the reason he couldn't wait because of himself (in contrast to the following)? Or because of some external pressure (such as a deadline)?
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Is it that he really was not able to wait? Or that he was so eager and impatient that he didn't wait any more? this.

Is the reason he couldn't wait because of himself (in contrast to the following)? this. Or because of some external pressure (such as a deadline)?
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Did he think he would get some personal gain from not waiting? If so, financial? entertainment? social? other?
Or, did he think he would avoid something unpleasant by not waiting?
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Did he think he would get some personal gain from not waiting? yes. If so, financial? entertainment? this. social? probably this, too. other?
Or, did he think he would avoid something unpleasant by not waiting? no, the only thing unpleasant would be the wait itself.
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Was the scrund a direct result of something that happened during the entertainment? Or was the scrund from the process of obtaining the entertainment?

Was the entertainment live music? a game? an amusement park? at a bar? a sport?

If he had waited, would he have still been able to experience the entertainment, just later? Or would he have missed out on the opportunity?
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Was the scrund a direct result of something that happened during the entertainment? I guess this. Or was the scrund from the process of obtaining the entertainment?

Was the entertainment live music? a game? an amusement park? at a bar? a sport? no to all.

If he had waited, would he have still been able to experience the entertainment, just later? yes, and it might have been more entertaining if he had waited. Or would he have missed out on the opportunity? he might miss out on related opportunities, but not the entertainment itself.

HINT: Because he didn't wait, he got one form of entertainment--and the scrund as a result. Had he waited, he would have gotten a different form that would not lead him to have the scrund.
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Was the scrund a direct result of something that happened during the entertainment? I guess this. Or was the scrund from the process of obtaining the entertainment?

Was the entertainment live music? a game? an amusement park? at a bar? a sport? no to all.

If he had waited, would he have still been able to experience the entertainment, just later? yes, and it might have been more entertaining if he had waited. Or would he have missed out on the opportunity? he might miss out on related opportunities, but not the entertainment itself.

HINT: Because he didn't wait, he got one form of entertainment--and the scrund as a result. Had he waited, he would have gotten a different form that would not lead him to have the scrund.
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Was the entertainment a movie? a play?

Were two movies or plays shown one after the other in the same theater, and he really wanted to see the later one, but decided to see the earlier one in order to avoid waiting?
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Was the entertainment a movie? no. a play? no.

Were two movies or plays shown one after the other in the same theater, and he really wanted to see the later one, but decided to see the earlier one in order to avoid waiting? so no.
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Did the entertainment involve a person/people who were entertainers? Was it passive entertainment (e.g. sitting back and letting something happen)? Or active (i.e. requiring him to participate in order to be entertained)? Were electronics/machinery involved in the entertainment? Were companions involved (people with him who were also being entertained)? Was he in a crowd of people? Was he alone?
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Did the entertainment involve a person/people who were entertainers? nobody was standing in front of him entertaining him, but yes, there were people involved. Was it passive entertainment (e.g. sitting back and letting something happen)? Or active (i.e. requiring him to participate in order to be entertained)? more of this. Were electronics/machinery involved in the entertainment?not directly. Were companions involved (people with him who were also being entertained)? I doubt it. Was he in a crowd of people?no. Was he alone?more likely this.

In case you are wondering, this is a true story that I heard on the internet, but googling it won't help because it's very obscure.
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Is a growing plant relevant? A scientific experiment? Fermentation? Astronomy?

As for the worm reference: Book worm? A worm's eye view? Worming one's way in or out of something?
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Is a growing plant relevant? A scientific experiment? Fermentation? Astronomy? none of these.

As for the worm reference: Book worm? this. good job. A worm's eye view? Worming one's way in or out of something?

Sorry about the wait, but I just joined facebook and now I'm addicted. :P
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Was he reading a book? did he skip to the back page of the book to see how it ended?
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Was he reading a book? He did read a book during the course of the story, yes. However, it would work just as well if he didn't read the book but just flipped through the pages. did he skip to the back page of the book to see how it ended? no but good guess.
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Did he skip to the end of a series of events, or a story of some sort?

Did others have the opportunity to wait, or just him? If there were others, did they join him in his actions? Or was he unique? Did he have some ability, or authority, that allowed him to not wait?
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Did he skip to the end of a series of events, or a story of some sort? no. He did read a book, but skipping to the end wasn't involved.

Did others have the opportunity to wait, or just him? anybody could wait, but only a few people would benefit. If there were others, did they join him in his actions? Or was he unique? some of them might have; some might not have. Did he have some ability, or authority, that allowed him to not wait? ability, yes.
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Did he get a scrund about the book? Its contents? Did he read something relevant in it? See something relevant in it? Would his scrund be corrected by reading the book all the way through?
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Did he get a scrund about the book? yesish. Its contents? yesish. Did he read something relevant in it? See something relevant in it? this. Would his scrund be corrected by reading the book all the way through? no. He did in fact read the book all the way through, but that is irrelevant.
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Did he see: an image? Text? Numbers? Some physical feature of the book itself? Such as the way it was bound? Or did he see something that was not part of ther book, but had been put inside?
Is his scrund about: this specific book? All books identical to this one? Similar books? Books from a specific place? books in general? The author? authors in general?
Or something completely different?
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Did he see: an image? Text? Numbers? this, believe it or not. Some physical feature of the book itself? Such as the way it was bound? Or did he see something that was not part of ther book, but had been put inside?
Is his scrund about: this specific book? All books identical to this one? Similar books? Books from a specific place? thisish. books in general? The author? authors in general?
Or something completely different? sort of. It is about books in a certain category, related to place but not exactly the same.
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Did he see page numbers? Were they in reverse order? Was the book in a foreign language? Translated from one? Was it a comic book?
I was confused for a moment by a Japanese comic, before realizing it was to be read from right to left, and "back to front" - is this relevant?
Did he think all books translated from Japanese were to be read back to front?
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Did he see page numbers? YES! Were they in reverse order? no. Was the book in a foreign language? to him, yes. Translated from one? so no. Was it a comic book? no, but it could be, I suppose.
I was confused for a moment by a Japanese comic, before realizing it was to be read from right to left, and "back to front" - is this relevant? no.
Did he think all books translated from Japanese were to be read back to front? no.
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Did he read a book in a foreign language (to him) because he was too impatient wait for it to come out in his own language?
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Is the number of pages relevant? Did he think the book was very long? Or very short? Because of the number of pages it had in the foreign language? But Because of the nature of the language it was in, it wasn't really an unusual length at all?
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Did he read a book in a foreign language (to him) because he was too impatient wait for it to come out in his own language? YES! He was Estonian, and he read it in English, although that is not really relevant.

Is the number of pages relevant? Did he think the book was very long? Or very short? Because of the number of pages it had in the foreign language? But Because of the nature of the language it was in, it wasn't really an unusual length at all? no to all.
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Were the events of the book the same in the English version as in the Estonian version?
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Was the scrund about all English books? Is it relevant how the pages were numbered? If there were blank pages? Would he get the scrund if he saw: only the first few page numbers? Only the last few page numbers? Only a few page numbers in the middle?
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Were the events of the book the same in the English version as in the Estonian version? Yes.

Was the scrund about all English books? yes. Is it relevant how the pages were numbered? not exactly. If there were blank pages? no, this is irrelevant. Would he get the scrund if he saw: only the first few page numbers? Only the last few page numbers? Only a few page numbers in the middle? Any of them would work.
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Did he get the scrund from: the placement of the numbers on the page? The order of the numbers? The font used for printing the numbers? The physical size of the numbers? Their numerical values? Was there something different with the page numbering of this book? Different from Estonian books? Different from other English books?
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Did he get the scrund from: the placement of the numbers on the page? this. The order of the numbers? The font used for printing the numbers? The physical size of the numbers? Their numerical values? Was there something different with the page numbering of this book? Different from Estonian books? Different from other English books? no to rest.
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Does the placement of numbers on the page have some meaning in Estonia that it doesn't have in English Speaking countries?
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Does the placement of numbers on the page have some meaning in Estonia that it doesn't have in English Speaking countries? not that I know of. The answer is actually very simple and you guys are almost there.
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Were the number placed on the: bottom? Top? Middle? Were all pages numbered? could he have gotten the scrund from other English books? Any English book? Were roman numerals used?
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Were the number placed on the: bottom? Top? Middle? this. Were all pages numbered? not every last one, but irrelevant. could he have gotten the scrund from other English books? a few. Any English book? no. Were roman numerals used? irrelevant.

****************SPOILER***********************

An Estonian person couldn't wait for the release of Brisingr by Christopher Paolini. So he bought it in English and read it before the book was released in Estonian. When he got the book, he saw the page numbers in an odd place. He said in an online video that it was different from Estonian books for this reason.

Congratulations.
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I don't get it. What was the scrund? that all English books have page numbers in the middle of the page, whereas it was only this specific book?
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