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Kyeannpepper (Kyeannpepper)
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Posted on Tuesday, March 06, 2012 - 10:48 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

This is my first rulebreaker. It's not a CA, although I definitely expect CAs. Any questions you don't want answered according to the rules should be posted in italics.
I'll start this off:

Kokopelli's Flute by Will Hobbs? Money or meat, doesn't matter to me.
Feel free to make early guesses!
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll?
The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats?
One More River to Cross by Walter Dean Myers?
The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers?
Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney?
Nathan's Run by John Gilstrap?
Nostromo by Joseph Conrad?
Oh, The Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss?
Rats Saw God by Rob Thomas?
As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner?
Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman?

Kyeannpepper?
LTPF?
Barbecued chicken feet?
Western diamondback rattlesnake?
That time I tricked my youngest sister into believing that she had been adopted and then she wouldn't believe me when I told her that I actually had been?
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll? An adventure for sure.
The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats? Snowy days are cold, that's why I have a sleeping bag.
One More River to Cross by Walter Dean Myers? No, he was by the river, not across it.
The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers? Childers is right. Or should I say children...
Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney? But she didn't have to guess!
Nathan's Run by John Gilstrap? Running for sure
Nostromo by Joseph Conrad? CA
Oh, The Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss? She couldn't have known where she would go.
Rats Saw God by Rob Thomas? Cats catch mice and rats!
As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner? VERY appropriate. I approve.
Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman? The feast was very graceful.

Kyeannpepper? CA
LTPF? CA
Barbecued chicken feet? I don't think they had chicken.
Western diamondback rattlesnake? POISON!!! AHHH!!
That time I tricked my youngest sister into believing that she had been adopted and then she wouldn't believe me when I told her that I actually had been? Oh, the beautiful flower...alongside the less beautiful one. -Is this a true story?
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Yes. After an hour or so of my merciless teasing, my mother told her that she had not been adopted. I felt a little bad because I had upset her, so I added, "It would be OK if you had been. After all, I was adopted." I thought she knew- it wasn't a secret by the time she was born. But she didn't know, and she thought I was trying to trick her again.

As to the puzzle, are we talking about a single situation? For instance, one involving a sleeping bag, children, and running?
Kyeannpepper (Kyeannpepper)
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Yes. After an hour or so of my merciless teasing, my mother told her that she had not been adopted. I felt a little bad because I had upset her, so I added, "It would be OK if you had been. After all, I was adopted." I thought she knew- it wasn't a secret by the time she was born. But she didn't know, and she thought I was trying to trick her again. I'm adopted too, but so are my brothers, and they're older than me, so...

As to the puzzle, are we talking about a single situation? For instance, one involving a sleeping bag, children, and running? No, although it would DOYD of a single situation.
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Adoptive parents?
Adoptive grandparents?
Stepfather?
Stepmother?
Wicked stepmother?
Fairy godmother?

I myself am not adopted, but I had some high school classmates who were.
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Adoptive parents?
Adoptive grandparents?
Stepfather?
Stepmother? CA to the above.
Wicked stepmother? Poor Snow White
Fairy godmother? It was almost magical...
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Nostradamus?
Harold Camping?
Differences in prognostication?
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Nostradamus? CA
Harold Camping? I guess you could think of it like that.
Differences in prognostication? CA
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And a
**********BLOOPER**********

already.
Balin asked:
Differences in prognostication? I answered CA
The answer should really be: Well, the differences are what makes it fun!
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Higgledy piggledy?
Harold E. Camping said?
Ten twenty-one, men, the?
Rapture will come?
Surely he fails in his?
Prognosticational?
Psychic ablilties?
God says he's dumb?
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Higgledy piggledy? CA
Harold E. Camping said? I said, I guess you could think of it like that.
Ten twenty-one, men, the? Reverse that. Excellent!
Rapture will come? Had it already?
Surely he fails in his? Failure is not nice.
Prognosticational? Differences. Keep that in mind.
Psychic ablilties? CA
God says he's dumb? CA
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A one stop store?
A one stop store for me?
Twelve trees grow for me?
What, may a man bat a ball?
Does Ed feel good?
Does one absolutely matter?
Does absolutely one matter?
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So, each guy found Will?
So, each guy found Bill?
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A one stop store? Really, it doesn't matter.
A one stop store for me? Are you even listening?
Twelve trees grow for me? Right and wrong and right and wrong and right and wrong and...
What, may a man bat a ball? CA
Does Ed feel good? CA
Does one absolutely matter? Erm, usually yes, once in a lifetime, no
Does absolutely one matter? Seriously, you don't seem to be listening at ALL.
So, each guy found Will? Will? I don't think that's a girl name.
So, each guy found Bill? Clearly you aren't listening. I SAID, Bill? I don't think that's a girl name.
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A one stop restaurant?
A one stop Zebra?
A one stop Beachbum?
To be or not to be?
Do I say I am he or me?
Well, I don't know: Hey! Maybe punctuation isn't to be Ignored?

Running out of ideas, so I'll stop hogging the puzzle
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In order:
Bet there were.
CA
CA
One or the other.
Disguised. A nice thing to be.
She might want to be.
Don't worry about it. You are not 'hogging' the puzzle.
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Is it Daylight Savings Time where you are?
Is it Daylight Savings Time where you are?
Are you fond of cheeseburgers?
Are you fond of cheeseburgers?
Are you a fan of LOLcats - can yuo haz cheezburgur?
Are you a fan of LOLcats - can yuo haz cheezburgur?
Will song lyrics help?
Will song lyrics help?
Is it annoying for me to repeat my questions for both answers?
Is it annoying for me to repeat my questions for both answers?

"There's something sweet
And almost kind
But he was mean and
he was coarse
And unrefined
But now he's dear
And so unsure
I wonder why
I didn't see
it there before?
I wonder why
I didn't see
it there before...
New...and a bit
Alarming
Who'd have ever thought
That this could be?
True...that he's no
Prince Charming
But there's something
In him that I simply
Didn't see...

You can take each line of that last bit as a question, or just ignore it if you'd rather. Excuse the silliness. I saw "Beauty and the Beast" at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts Saturday afternoon (as it's now officially Sunday). "Something There" is one of my favorite songs.
Kyeannpepper (Kyeannpepper)
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Kaylee, I'm going to answer all the rulebreaker ones first, then the italics ones.
CA
Depends on how you do it.
CA
Hi Kye.
Black and white.
SUGAR!!!!!
Very.
Umm...referring you to a different branch. Please hold.
You have now been transferred.
Graphite. GRAPHITE!!! Will she ever learn?
I need to transfer you again. Please hold.
You have been transferred. Have a nice day!
Of course you do.
CA
Because he didn't.
Duh.
I would say so!
Exactly. So don't worry about it.
Them, apparently.
The truth is a twisted thing.
I suppose he was.
Isn't there always?
Oh yes.
Dun dun duhhhh...
On to those italic questions.
Yes, it is.
Yes I am! I wasn't always, though.
Yez, I can haz cheezburgur! Kayleekitteh can haz cheezburgur tu!
Not really. One song might help, but don't focus on that.
As you can see, it's annoying, but I can deal with it easily.
No problem, silliness excused. How was the the show?
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Abigail?
In the garden?
With the dagger?
Glenn?
In Nepal?
With the antidote?
The innkeeper?
At the karaoke bar?
With the artwork?
Wendy?
In the desert?
With the elephant?
Patrick?
In the recreation room?
With the roast?
The singer?
In Greenland?
With the eyeball?
Bethany?
At the hardware store?
With the dress?
Samuel?
Underground?
With the equipment?
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Abigail? Huzzah!
In the garden? Such beautiful music.
With the dagger? Hardly dainty, those daggers.
Glenn? ...
In Nepal?
With the antidote? Snakes! SNAKES!!! *runs around with hands in air*
The innkeeper? More than one, I suspect.
At the karaoke bar?
With the artwork?
Wendy? YAY!
In the desert? So...hot...so...few...trees...
With the elephant?
Patrick? Has anyone been listening?!?!?!?!
In the recreation room?
With the roast? Yummy...beef...
The singer? Flowers are so pretty.
In Greenland?
With the eyeball? Cream cheese.
Bethany? THANK YOU!!
At the hardware store?
With the dress? Oh, PRETTY!!
Samuel? Samuel...is...not...a...girls...name....
Underground? Not quite.
With the equipment? Accidentally, maybe.
All unanswered are CA.
Please try to keep the number of questions you have to 10. No big deal if you want to do a poem or something with more than that, but otherwise, keep it to 10! Thanks!
Someone had CLUE on their mind. By the way, you haz cheezburgur waiting fur u in my Who? latventure, Ciaobellakitteh. :-)
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**********BLOOPER**********
This is in fact a CA rulebreaker. Sorry about that!
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What is a CA rulebreaker?
Casey?
Devin?
Jessie?
Sidney?
The above are all gender-neutral names
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What is a CA rulebreaker? A rulebreaker where you try to find out the rule that determines whether or not I can answer.
Casey?
Devin?
Jessie?
Sidney? CA to all!
The above are all gender-neutral names As you can see, it wasn't very helpful (Jessie can be a guys name?)
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Yes but it's usually spelled Jesse for guys.

Can you answer this?
Can you answer?
Can you?
You can?
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Yes but it's usually spelled Jesse for guys.

Can you answer this? Is it on that, or this?
Can you answer? Sometimes, I wonder if anyone is listening...
Can you? You can.
You can? Can you?
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Can I call my sister Sambooki?
Can I call her Jesus?
Can I call my mother Daddy?
Did my grandmother get a sex change?
Ooh, I think Bobby Knight is on TV, am I right?

The following are all names I have called my sister. None of them are her name.
Sambooki?
Samoosh?
Little T?
T?
Eliav?
Eliana?
Eliahu Hanavi?
Tisha B'Av?
Tu B'Shvat?
Splenda?
Sweden?
Switzerland?
Singapore?
Loquatious?
Lucretia?
Lucretian?
Siman Tov?
Little T?
La-een?
Tootenbuttspeak?
Tootenkhamen?
Tinkerbell?
Stinkerbell?
Matilda?
Tild?
Tilda?
Trish?
Baby Hamburger?
La-een?
Tootie?
Toots?
Tootles?
Luzinda Haba'a?
Meanie Ferret?
Lulu Noodleman?
Lulu Noodlehead?
Lulu
Luz?
Lala?
Al Hanisim?
Beak?
Book?
Sistersan?
Samoset?
Noodleman?
Head?
Booki?
Squanto?
Luciny Windy?
Lucinda?
Shvat?
Wang Wang?
Wang Lung?
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Answering this in batches of ten-ish questions:
Can I call my sister Sambooki? Wreaths of joy.
Can I call her Jesus? No one is listening to me!
Can I call my mother Daddy? Umm...she did to her.
Did my grandmother get a sex change? CA
Ooh, I think Bobby Knight is on TV, am I right? Dirt huts with TV?! This can't be right...

The following are all names I have called my sister. None of them are her name.
Sambooki?
Samoosh?
Little T?
T?
To all of the above: sisters are fun!
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Eliav?
Eliana?
Eliahu Hanavi?
Tisha B'Av?
Tu B'Shvat?
Splenda?
Sweden?
Switzerland?
Singapore?
Loquatious?
Lucretia?
Lucretian?
Siman Tov?
Little T?
La-een?
Tootenbuttspeak?
Tootenkhamen?
Tinkerbell?
Stinkerbell?
Matilda?
Tild?
Tilda?
Trish?
Baby Hamburger?
La-een?
Tootie?
Toots?
Tootles?
Luzinda Haba'a?
Meanie Ferret?
Lulu Noodleman?
Lulu Noodlehead?
Lulu
Luz?
Lala?
Al Hanisim?
Beak?
Book?
Sistersan?
Samoset?
Noodleman?
Head?
Booki?
Squanto?
Luciny Windy?
Lucinda?
Shvat?
Wang Wang?
Wang Lung?
First of all, you have a LOT of nicknames for your sister. Second, sisters are fun is the answer to all of the above. This is a CA rulebreaker, and I reserve the right to whichever answer I want.
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Eliyahu Ha'Navi and Wang Lung are actually men's names. Eliyahu Ha'Navi is a prophet in the Bible and Wang Lung is the star of the book The Good Earth. Also, Squanto and Samoset are male Native Americans (the same one, I think). Does this change those answers
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Eliyahu Ha'Navi and Wang Lung are actually men's names. Eliyahu Ha'Navi is a prophet in the Bible and Wang Lung is the star of the book The Good Earth. Also, Squanto and Samoset are male Native Americans (the same one, I think). Does this change those answers? No, because in the context, they are names you called your sister, making them girl names.
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If nobody gets this I will $poil this tomorrow. I would have done this anyways, just so you know *wohicc hint hint*
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*****************SPOILER*****************

In this rulebreaker, I had to be able to associate the question with the Hunger Games book directly. So, for a question of z?, I couldn't answer by thinking "z is a letter, so is k, and Katniss begins with k". But I could answer k by thinking "Katniss begins with k". On the snowy day one, I sorta explained the step, because I wasn't sure if it counted as one post or two. I also had a rule that the answer I gave had to be in some way related to the part of Hunger Games that I associated it with.
I decided to spoil this today because I am seeing the movie today! Also, the relevance of the title: My youth group is called "Seventh and Eighth Graders Following the Way", or SEGWay, most of the time. But I did SEGFW instead.
Great job, everyone! Now check out my new puzzle you know where!
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And of course, the REASON my youth group is relevant is that we did a 20-hour fast, which, as you would expect, made me pretty hungry :-).
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Ahh, no wonder it was so tough. I had never heard of Hunger Games.
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Beachbum, you must read it. You must! They are so good (it's a trilogy, by the way.)!
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I only just read the first Hunger Games book. I thought it wasn't bad.

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