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Galfisk (Galfisk)
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This weekend, we got a cold. We were thrilled.
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Cold as in the common cold with.coughs runny noses.etc? Is there a specific number of people in 'we'? Are they family members ? Work colleague's? Is there some experiment going on ?
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Didn't have to go to work? Didn't have to go to school? Are "we" human? If so, a couple? a few? more? Living in the same residence?
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Apoligies for lateness.
Cold as in the common cold with.coughs runny noses.etc? No. Is there a specific number of people in 'we'? Yesish. Are they family members ? No. Work colleague's? No, but closer. Is there some experiment going on ? <b<no.</b>

Didn't have to go to work? Didn't have to go to school? We still had to go to work/school. Are "we" human? Yes. If so, a couple? a few? more? This. Living in the same residence? No.
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Friends? Members of a group or organization?
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Friends? Yesish. Members of a group or organization? Yes.
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LTPF relevent ?
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LTPF relevent ? No.
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did you want to go skiing? toboganning? ice skating?
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did you want to go skiing? toboganning? ice skating? No to all.
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In this context, is a "cold" an assessment of some kind (In the sense of, like one "gets" an A in a class)? a physical object?

Can one also "get a hot" in the same sense? "get a warm"? Does this relate to guesses, in the sense of a really off-the-mark guess being "cold".
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In this context, is a "cold" an assessment of some kind (In the sense of, like one "gets" an A in a class)? a physical object? This.

Can one also "get a hot" in the same sense? Yes. "get a warm"? Yes. Does this relate to guesses, in the sense of a really off-the-mark guess being "cold". No.
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So is there something missing after "cold", like "We got a cold ____(glass of water, beer, etc.)_______"? Is a "cold" in fact a drink? a food item?
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Biograd: no to all.
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Hint: a "cold" is an object.
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Is a "cold" something people would not normally be delighted to get? Is there a particular reason why you were delighted?

Is it an object you can touch? pick up? move? hold in one hand?
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Is a "cold" something people would not normally be delighted to get? Yope. Is there a particular reason why you were delighted? Yes.

Is it an object you can touch? Yes. pick up? No. move? Yes. hold in one hand? No.
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"cold" - is it a noun? if so, in English? in another language? a brand name? a slang name for the object?

Does the object fly?
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"cold" - is it a noun? if so, in English? in another language? a brand name? a slang name for the object? This.

Does the object fly? Yes.
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Is it a plane? A helicopter?
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Is it a plane? Indeed, it's our new skydiving plane.
So why did I call it "a cold"?
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Is it an abbreviation for something? I.e. "a cold _____"? Are "hot" and "warm" other types of plane? Skydiving plane? Aeronautical vehicle? Vehicle?

Does "cold" refer to the relative temperature of the air at the altitude at which you jump out of the plane? Does it refer to the temperature of anything?
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Is it an abbreviation for something? I.e. "a cold _____"? No. Are "hot" and "warm" other types of plane? Possibly, hypothetically. Same answer to the below questions. Skydiving plane? Aeronautical vehicle? Vehicle?

Does "cold" refer to the relative temperature of the air at the altitude at which you jump out of the plane? No. Does it refer to the temperature of anything? No.
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Is it black and white (like a penguin! =D) or just white (like ice or a polar bear *grin*) thereby reminding you of cold temperatures?
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Is it equipped to fly in cold temperatures? From a snowy field (ski landing gear, for example)?
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No to all.
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Are the jumpers aboard all first-timers? And you were delighted so that you can make all those skydiving jokes? (Oh wait but you said it was an object, and arr never mind - your answers to Galfisk just above seem to rule that out.

Where you the pilot?

Is it the plane's first flight of the day?

Is COLD an acronym?

Anything to do with colouring of the plane at all?
Why does my Firefox keep reverting to British English (sorry not a yes/no question so never mind)

To clarify, could a cold also be a land vehicle that doesn't involve skydiving at all?
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Related to a chemical reaction? A chemistry experiment?
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Are the jumpers aboard all first-timers? And you were delighted so that you can make all those skydiving jokes? (Oh wait but you said it was an object, and arr never mind - your answers to Galfisk just above seem to rule that out.

Where you the pilot? No.

Is it the plane's first flight of the day? Irr.

Is COLD an acronym? No.

Anything to do with colouring of the plane at all? No, but OTRT.
Why does my Firefox keep reverting to British English (sorry not a yes/no question so never mind)

To clarify, could a cold also be a land vehicle that doesn't involve skydiving at all? Yes.

Related to a chemical reaction? A chemistry experiment? No to both.
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Hint: the common cold is relevant.
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Was there an analogy between some aspect of the plane, and the common cold? And this is why you referred the to the plane as a cold?

If so, is there a particular symptom of the common cold that is relevant?

Is the plane's door relevant?
Could you tell by looking at the plane from a reasonable distance that it was a cold?
Was it a specific model or type of plane that led you to call it a cold?

Because you said a car could also have been called a cold, would it be reasonable that someone that doesn't go skydiving, could call a certain car a cold?

Would most people calling the the vehicle a cold do so in a humorous manner?

Is the same plane always a cold, or can this vary over time?
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Did some video of your actions "go viral"?
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Was there an analogy between some aspect of the plane, and the common cold? And this is why you referred the to the plane as a cold?
Yes.

If so, is there a particular symptom of the common cold that is relevant?
Yes.

Is the plane's door relevant? No.
Could you tell by looking at the plane from a reasonable distance that it was a cold? Yes.
Was it a specific model or type of plane that led you to call it a cold? No.

Because you said a car could also have been called a cold, would it be reasonable that someone that doesn't go skydiving, could call a certain car a cold? Yes.

Would most people calling the the vehicle a cold do so in a humorous manner? Yes.

Is the same plane always a cold, Assume this. or can this vary over time?

Did some video of your actions "go viral"? No/irr.
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Did the plane have a red nose? Some other feature about the nose?
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Did the plane have a red nose? Some other feature about the nose? No.
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Ok then. Does the plane have air conditioning?
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Is the sympton coughing? sneezing? sore throat? headache? wheezing? Any medication relevant?

Is the door that you jump out of relevant? it's position ? size? Does the plane make a relevant sound?
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Any thing to with anything dripping from the aircraft (or car)?

That's why I mention air conditioning.
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Would one be able to notice that it was a cold when the engine(s) haven't been running for a few days?

Do you identify a vehicle as a cold by sight? By smell? By sound?

Is it possible that my 2012 Honda Cicic Si is a cold?

Could you only identify a cold if its engine(s) are running?
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Ok then. Does the plane have air conditioning? Irr.

Is the sympton coughing? sneezing? This, no to the others. sore throat? headache? wheezing? Any medication relevant?

Is the door that you jump out of relevant? it's position ? size? Does the plane make a relevant sound? No to all.

Any thing to with anything dripping from the aircraft (or car)? No.

That's why I mention air conditioning. Growing up in a non-car-owning family, I just this summer discovered the in hindsight obvious fact that car ACs may drip. I thought my car had sprung some kind of leak at first, until I smelled the liquid.

Would one be able to notice that it was a cold when the engine(s) haven't been running for a few days? Yes.

Do you identify a vehicle as a cold by sight? By smell? By sound? Sight.

Is it possible that my 2012 Honda Cicic Si is a cold? Yes, but improbable.

Could you only identify a cold if its engine(s) are running? No.
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Is there a larger proportion of planes that are colds, then among cars?

Were you thrilled because you would have a more enjoyable flight? Because you didn't want to fly that day, and it is not a good idea to fly a cold?
Were you thrilled simply from the satisfaction of seeing one? Are colds rare?
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Is there a larger proportion of planes that are colds, then among cars? I don't know, not really relevant.

Were you thrilled because you would have a more enjoyable flight? No. Because you didn't want to fly that day, and it is not a good idea to fly a cold? Flying a cold is no different than some other plane.
Were you thrilled simply from the satisfaction of seeing one? Are colds rare?
We were thrilled simply because our new airplane had arrived.
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Apologies in advance if some of the following have been answered. I do try to reread the puzzle thread before posting but today the sun and pool is beckoning, so.

Was your new airplane new in the sense of being newly manufactured and your drop-off-zone (if that's the term) just bought it as its first owner.

Is it new in the sense that you had never seen it before?

Does it being new have anything to do with it being a cold?

Do you mind if I throw in the car example here, even though it's irrel to your specific puzzle. It's only because you mentioned that car could aslo be a cold, and because I'm stuck, and maybe finding a common denominator could help.

If that's ok, would a brand new car also be a cold?

If a plane is a cold, will it always be a cold? And same question for a car?

Is the relation to symptom of the common cold a pun or homonym, rather than an actual impression that one would get by looking at the airplane.

Since the relevant symptom is sneezing, and the i.d. you said was visual, then is a cold plane a brand new one that has never been flown, that still has its nose covered in some protective covering, much as someone with a cold might cover their nose before they sneeze?
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Apologies in advance if some of the following have been answered. I do try to reread the puzzle thread before posting but today the sun and pool is beckoning, so.

Was your new airplane new in the sense of being newly manufactured and your drop-off-zone (if that's the term) just bought it as its first owner. No, but irr.

Is it new in the sense that you had never seen it before? Yes, but irr.

Does it being new have anything to do with it being a cold? No.

Do you mind if I throw in the car example here, even though it's irrel to your specific puzzle. It's only because you mentioned that car could aslo be a cold, and because I'm stuck, and maybe finding a common denominator could help.

If that's ok, would a brand new car also be a cold? It could.

If a plane is a cold, will it always be a cold? And same question for a car? Not necessarily, in fact the plane is no longer a cold.

Is the relation to symptom of the common cold a pun or homonym, rather than an actual impression that one would get by looking at the airplane. Pun/homonym is relevant.

Since the relevant symptom is sneezing, and the i.d. you said was visual, then is a cold plane a brand new one that has never been flown, that still has its nose covered in some protective covering, much as someone with a cold might cover their nose before they sneeze? No, on the wrong track.
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Is some word that rhymes with "Sneeze" or "Sneezing" relevant? Is an acronym relevant?

"A-choo" relevant?
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A-choo is very relevant indeed! No to the rest.
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If a homonym: is "a" an article? and something sounding like "choo" a following noun?

Identified by sight then, are any of the following relevant?

The wheels?
The wings?
The type of engine?
The type of propeller(s)?
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If a homonym: is "a" an article? and something sounding like "choo" a following noun? No.

Identified by sight then, are any of the following relevant?

The wheels?
The wings? One wing, and the body. No to the rest.
The type of engine?
The type of propeller(s)?
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Is the word "Gesundheit" relevant?
Does the plane only have one wing?
If not, are the wings different in some way?
(Must have been asked already, but can't find it), so is the painting on the plane relevant?

Is a word that rhymes with "achoo" relevant?
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Is the word "Gesundheit" relevant? No.
Does the plane only have one wing? No.
If not, are the wings different in some way? See below.
(Must have been asked already, but can't find it), so is the painting on the plane relevant? Yes.

Is a word that rhymes with "achoo" relevant? Yes, for svv of "word"
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is the name of the plane painted on it?

advertising? a sponsor's name?
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Posted on Friday, October 05, 2012 - 4:05 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

is the name of the plane painted on it?
advertising? a sponsor's name?
close enough.
SPOILER
The plane's registration name, written under one wing and on both sides of the body, was OH-CHU.

It has now been re-registered as SE-MGR, nickname "Grisen" ("The Pig"). Our last plane was SE-KOZ "Kozzan" ("The Cow").

I hope for this pig to fly in a week!
Shez (Shez)
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Post Number: 3406
Registered: 2-2011
Posted on Monday, October 08, 2012 - 1:40 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

groan!

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