__Prologue__
_TWTFSS

__Fill in the blank with the correct letter.__
The answers to choose are:

S

T

M

S

T

M

Right answer is: M

The clues are that there are 7 letters. These letters represent the days of the week. It starts with

The clues are that there are 7 letters. These letters represent the days of the week. It starts with

**M**onday, then Tuesday... _TWTFSS are the first letters of the days of the week. And since the first letter in Monday goes in the blank, that means that "M" is the correct answer.

__Sherlock's Route__
(*Note: Special Thanks to

**for that quiz!)**__Yashi__

__Mycroft Holmes:__"All of us sat together and ate some of Lucci &Mason's absolutely exquisite biscotti.

Read what each person says below, and use the information they give you to guess

**how many pieces of biscotti I ate**."

__Mycroft Holmes:__"I ate 5 fewer pieces than Lestrade."

__Hercule Poirot:__"I only ate one third the number that Jeremy ate."

__Jeremy Cassel:__"I ate 4 more pieces than Lestrade."

__George Lestrade:__"I ate twice as many as Poirot did."

The answers to choose are:

Two

Three

Four

Right answer is:
Three

__Watson's Route__

__Sherlock Holmes__
" Steven Jerram went on a trip to photograph different international locations. The trip took him through the U.S. and then to Japan.

The final flight of his trip was from Honolulu Airport in Hawaii to Narita Airport in Japan.

On the 70th day of his trip, he flew out of Hawaii at 10AM, and landed in Japan in the evening.

He flew out of London Heathrow Airpost on the first day of his trip, which was December 1st. When he finally reached Narita Airport in Japan, it was February.

**So, what was th precise date of his arrival at Narita Airport?**

The answers to choose are:

February 7th

February 8th

February 9th

Right answer is: February 9th!

__MC:__
(If you start at December 1st and count 70 days from there, it would be February 8th.

But something doesn't feel right. The flight would be from Honolulu Airport to Narita Airport in Japan?

...!! That's it! He'd cross the International Date Line on the way, so...)

__MC:__
"I've got it! The answer is

**February 9th**, isn't it?"
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__Jeremy Cassel:__
"There are five bags, numbered 1 to 5, each containing 10 diamonds.

However, apparently one of the bags contains only fake diamonds, which weigh less than the real ones.

Each real diamond weighs 1 ounce, but each fake diamond is 0.1 ounces lighter than a real one.

Using a scale that has a weight limit of 20 ounces, you want to figure out which bag holds the fake diamonds.

**What is the fewest number of times you would have to use the scale in order to do this?**"

The answers to choose are:

1 time

5 times

10 times

Right answer is:1 time.

__MC:__
"You can figure out which bag has the fakes by using the scale 1 time."

__John H Watson:__
"1 time? Do you mean by putting all the bags on the scale together, but gradually adding them one-by-one?

Wait, no. Even if you did that, all of the bags together would end up weighing more than 20 ounces, which is the scale's limit. So I guess that wouldn't work."

__Jeremy Cassel:__
"How could you tell hom much each bag weighs if you only use the scale 1 time?"

__MC:__
"Easy. Open each bag, and depending on what numer bag it is, take out that many diamonds. So you'd take out 1 diamond from bag1, 2 from bag 2, and so on...

You's end up with 15 diamaonds total. If there weren't any fakes, that should weigh 15 ounces. But each fake diamond is 0.1 ounce lighter than a real one, right?

If you put all 15 of these diamonds on the scale at once, you can see how much under 15 ounces it weighs, and that will tell you how many fakes are on the scale.

However many tenths of an ounce below 15 would tell you which bag held the fakes. For instance, if you're 0,4 ounces short, that would mean the fakes are in bag 4. Get it?"

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__Sherlock Holmes:__
"There are three people, who we'll call A, B, and C.

One of these people is an angel, one of them is a demon, and one of them is human.

However, there's no way to tell which is which just by looking at them.

The angel always tells the truth, no matter what. The demon always lies, no matter what. And the human does what he feels like doing - sometimes he lies, and sometimes he tells the truth.

This is what the three of them say to you:

A:

"I'm not an angel."

B:

"I'm not a demon."

C:

"I'm not human."

__Sherlock Holmes:__**"So, who is the angel, who is the demon, and who is the human?"**

The answers to choose are:

A is the demon, B is the angel, C is the human

A is the human, B is the demon, C is the angel

A is the human, B is the angel, C is the demon

Right answer is:

__MC:__
"I think A is the human, and B is the demon, right? and then C would be the angel."

Why? Because the demon always lies, so he has to say: "I'm not a demon.", which means he is B and thus A has to be the human and C the angel.

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__Sherlock Holmes:__
"I am investigating a theft, and I believe that it was perpetrated by a single individual. It had to be either Mr. K, Mr. M, or Mr. N.

However, these three have a set of rules they always follow when they are going to steal something, and which will not break because they believe it would be bad luck to do so.

- Whenever K is going to steal something, he always gets M to help him.

- If M isn't commiting a theft at a given moment, then N won't commit a theft either.

On the day in which the crime I'm investigating occurred, there were no other instances of theft.

**Which one of these men is the perpetrator?**"

The answers to choose are:

Mr. K

Mr. M

Mr. N

Right answer is: Mr. M

__MC:__
"Hehe, that's easy. The perpetrator is Mr. M.

K always gets M to help him, so he couldn't have done it, since the theft was committed by a single individual...

When M isn't committing a theft, N won't commit one either. But that doesn't mean that if M steals something, N will always so the same, does it?

So M is the only one who could have done it.

__John H Watson:__
"I see, It's easy to mistakenly think that M and N always do the same thing... either they don't steal anything, or they both steal something. But that's wrong...

N won't steal anything unless M is also stealing something that day. So I guess that means that M is the only one who could've commited that crime on his own."

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__Sherlock Holmes:__"A village with 40 eligible voters is going to have an election to decide who their mayor will be.

Three people are running in the election, all of whom dislike each other. All three of them are residents of the village.

In the election, the candidate who receives the most votes wins. Every eligible voter gets one vote each.

Assuming that all of them vote, and all of their voters are counted properly with no errors,

**how many votes would a candidate have to receive to be assured of winning the election?**"

The answers to choose are:

15

20

Right answer is: 20

__Mikah Hudson:__"Come on... that's easy. It's 20, right?"

__Sherlock Holmes:__"Correct. How did you arrive at your answer?"

__Mikah Hudson:__"Umm, first I figured out the number of voters once you subtracted the three candidates. 40 minus 3 is 37, right?

19 is just over half of 37. That's a bare majority. And if the candidates all dislike each other, then they're bound to vote for themselves, right?

So you add 1 to those 19 votes, which gives you 20!"

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__John H Watson:__"We received a note from the mystery thief informing us of his next crime.

'Tonight I am going to take a picture from the museum in London. I've chosen a single work... one of the paintings labelled 1 through 60... Choose any set of the following numbers and add them up. I promise you, the number you get won't be the number of the painting I'm going to take... 0, 1, 2, 4, 7, 15, 31... One last thing... choose any set of those numbers you like, but don't repeat the same number twice.'

So, which painting was our mysterious thief planning on stealing?"

The answers to choose are:

Number 15

Number 30

Number 60

Right answer is: 30

__MC:__(It seems that in order to get the answer, all you can really do is go throug trying to add up to each number.)

(Um, I guess I can just go through the numbers that aren't already written down and see, if I can add up to those. 1+2=3, 1+4=5...)

(Out of number 1 through 60, the only one you can't arrive through additions is...)

" I know! The answer is 30, isn't it!"

__John H Watson:__"That's absolutely right!"

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__Sherlock Holmes:__"There are two clocks, and the hands of each clock point to exactely 12:00.

Precisely one hour passes, at which point one of th clocks reads 1:01, while the other reads 12:59.

Assuming that these clocks continue to deviate from the actual time just like they did during that first hour... how many hours total will it take before they once again point to exactely the same time?

The answers to choose are:

360 hours

720 hours

They'll never point to the same time again.

Right answer is: 360 hours

__MC:__(After 180 hours they'd point to 3:00 and 9:00, right? After that, the minute hand on both clocks will point to 0 every 60 hours, so... 180 + 60 more hours would put the clocks at 4:00 and 8:00. And 60 hours after that would put them at 5:00 and 7:00...)

"I've got it! The answer is 360 hours, isn't it!"

__John H Watson:__"Ah, I get it. The two clocks don't have to both read 12:00, they just have to show the same time, don't they?"

__MC:__"Right. After 360 hours, both of the clocks will point exactely at 6:00."

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__Sherlock Holmes:__"I'm driving down the road in a car, approaching a cruve, when a young boy riding a bicycle just in front of me almost falls over.

As his bicycle wobbles, several items he was carrying in the basket attached to the bike go tumbling out: first some cherries, then some apples, then some bananas.

What is the first thing I hit?"

The answers to choose are:

The carries.

The bananas.

Something else.

Right answer is: Something else.

__Mikah Hudson:__"I kind of want to say 'the cherries', since those are the first item to fall out, but...

That's not it. The answer is 'something else', isn't it?"

__Sherlock Holmes:__"All right then, what is the first thing you hit?"

__Mikah Hudson:__"That's easy! The brakes!

After all, before you hit any of the items that fell out with your car, you'd probably hit the brakes by reflex...

And to begin with, you wouldn't necessarily hit the cherries, apples, and bananas in the order they fell out anyway, would you?!"

__Mikah's Route__

__Mikah Hudson:__"There's a plate that has avocado, lettuce, and broccoli on it. A girl takes a pice of fruit off of the plate and eats it.

So, tell me... what did the girl eat?"

(So the girl ate a piece of fruit, and he wants to know what it was...?)

The answers to choose are:

Avocado

Lettuce

Broccoli

Right answer is: Avocado

__MC:__"I know! It was an avocado, wasn't it?"

__Mikah Hudson:__"Correct. A fruit is a seed-bearing structure that develops from the ovary of a flowering plant, whereas vegetables are all other plant parts, such as roots, leaves and stems."

__MC:__"Yep. Scientifically speaking, out of everything on the tray, only the avocados are actually fruit. The lettuce and broccoli are vegetables."

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__Olivia Ruth:__"There was once a king who ordered two of his retainers to have a race. 'I want the two of you to race on horseback. The owner of the winning horse will be rewarded.'

'However, in this race the horse that crosses the finish line LAST will be declared the winner.' Given the king's order, neither of his retainers wanted to cross the finish line.

So then, how could you make it so that both retainers would want to cross the finish line first?"

The answers to choose are:

Make whoever finishes first the winner.

Make the horses race without riders.

Have them trade horses with each other.

Right answer is: Have them trade horses with each other.

__MC:__"I know! You could just have them trade horses with each other, right?"

__Olivia Ruth:__"That's right. You come across as being a bit of an airhead, but you're actually pretty smart, huh?"

hi, i am blocked at the quiz time asked by sherlock, the question with the angel, the demon and the human what is the right answer?

ReplyDeleteThe second answer is the right one. ^^

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ReplyDeleteJames’ Route _ Season 01

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Robin sngs 01 x a day, won’t sing for next 02 days.

IF it sings 03 x’s it will vanish.

King wants to hear the robin sing 01 x a day for 30 days.

What is the minimum number of robins you need to do this?

10 _ Just divide 30 by 3 = 10 birds.

01,11,21

02,12,22

03,13,23

04,14,24

05,15,25

06,16,26

07,17,28

08,18,29

09,19,30

10,20

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Place - Mountains

13 People Leave on May 10th + 16 People Arrive

Now 25 Total People

16 -13 = +3 ___ 25 - 3 = 22 on May 09

19 People Leave on May 09th + 11 People Arrive

19 -11 = -8 ___ 22 + 8 = 30 on May 08

12 People Leave on May 08th + 18 People Arrive

18 -12 = +6 ___ 30 - 6 = 24 on May 07

15 People Leave on May 07th + 14 People Arrive

15 -14 = -1 ___ 24 + 1 = 25 on May 06

How many there on the 6th ?

25 on May 06

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03 Thieves = Eins, Zwei, Drei

Eins and Zwei told 01 truth and 01 lie

Person can only steal one jewel.

Eins

Drei stole the small jewel (T)

Zwei stole the big one (F)

Zwei

I stole the small one (F)

Eins stole the big jewel (T)

Which of the 3 stole the big jewel?

Eins

Mycroft’s Route _ Season 01

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Quiz > Reward = ???

Lascaux, France 1940 found cave paintings 20,000+ years old.

Closed caves 23 years later in 1963

Why were the caves closed?

The visitors took back pieces of the cave wall with them.

/ The lights the visitors took in with them.

/ The carbon dioxide the visitors exhaled.

/ The body heat emitted by the visitors warmed the interior.

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery Item x 20

"Nature abhors a vacuum."

Who said this?

A postulate attributed to Aristotle,

Pythagoras

Gaius Plinius Secundus ( a.k.a. Pliny the Elder )

Aristotle

Diogenes of Sinope

A postulate attributed to Aristotle

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery Item x 80

Man asks another man looking at a painting,

Who is this a portrait of?

I don’t have any brothers.

The father of the man in this picture is my father’s son.

So then, who is pictured in the portrait?

His Father’s grandson

*** Note - His son (the one asked the question. ***

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery Item x 20

All ate a different number of cakes

The most anyone ate was 10.

How many cakes did Lestrade eat?

Lestrade = 03

Mycroft = John x 5 _ Mycroft = 10

Sherlock = Mycroft - 4 _ Sherlock = 06

John = Sherlock - 4 _ John = 02

Lestrade = Sherlock / 2 _ Lestrade = 03

(half a many as Sherlock)

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Quiz > Reward = Token x 80

What is back? (Me - What word means back?)

up = eu

down = tashi

right = gimi

left = ridahi

front = ema

back = roshiu

back = roshiu

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery Item x 20

The 4 go out drinking together.

They wore the wrong coats home.

Who wore Inspector Lestrade’s coat home ?

Inspector George Lestrade _ Hold on…this isn’t my coat.

John H Watson _ Hey…this coat isn’t mine.

There are initials written on it, H.P.

Jeremy Cassel _ That’s weird.

I’m sure I wasn’t wearing a coat on the way over to the bar.

It looks like I wore someone else’s coat home by accident.

Hercule Poirot _ Hold on…

It seems that I left my coat at the bar.

Jeremy Cassel has his coat.

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery x 20

What letter goes in the blanks?

J

It’s the same letter.

F M A M _ _ A S O N D

G

R

H

J

J

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Quiz > Reward = Token x 80

Lestrade questioned 4 different suspects.

I absolutely didn’t do it.

The 1st man is telling the truth.

The fourth man is lying.

I absolutely didn’t do it. You’ve gotta believe me.

The fourth man is lying.

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Quiz > Reward = Power Recovery x 20

Who preformed the Suspension Bridge Effect Experiment in 1974 ?

Dutton and Aron

John B. Watson

Sigmund Freud

Schachter and Miller

Dutton and Aron

Mycroft’s Route _ Season 01

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Quiz > Reward = Tokens x 80

Which one has a Fish as a pet?

Jeremy

There are 5 houses all in a row

Each is a different color.

One person lives in each house.

Each eats something different for breakfast.

All drink something different.

They all have different pets.

Sherlock + Red House

Inspector Lestrade + Dog

Hercule + Tea

Green House to Left of White House

Person in Green House + Coffee

Person has Eggs + Bird

Person in the Yellow House + Grilled Tomatoes

Center House + Milk

John + Blue House at Beginning or End of the row of houses

Muffins _ Next 2 Cat

Muffins _ Next 2 Water

Horse _ Next 2 Grilled Tomatoes.

Toast + Beer

Jeremy + Sausage

Bird + Eggs

Cat = Next to House + Muffins - MUFFINS -

Dog + Inspector Lestrade

Fish

Horse _ Next to Yellow House + Grilled Tomatoes

Beer + Toast

Green House + Coffee

Milk + Center House - Sherlock -

Tea + Hercule

Water _ Next to House + Water

Eggs + Bird

Grilled Tomatoes + Yellow House - BIRD -

Muffins _ Next to House + Cat - BIRD -

Sausage + Jeremy - BIRD -

Toast + Beer - BIRD -

Jeremy + Sausage - DOG - BIRD -

John + Blue End of Row House - DOG

Hercule + Tea - DOG

Inspector Lestrade + Dog

Sherlock + Red House - DOG

Eggs + Bird

Green House + Coffee _ Left of White House

Center House + Milk - Sherlock

Muffins _ Next House + Cat _*AND*_ Next House + Water

Horse _ Next to Yellow House

Toast + Beer - BIRD -

LEFT = Top + RIGHT = Bottom => Order of the Houses

Yellow _ ……..….…Hercule _ Grilled Tomatoes _ Water _ Cat

.. Blue _ …………….…. John _…………...… Muffins _ Xxxxx _ Horse

… Red _ ................. Sherlock _…………...…… Eggs _ Water _ Bird

. Green _……….….. Jeremy _…………... Sausage _ Coffee _

. White _ Inspector Lestrade _………………..……. _ Milk _ Dog

Blue House + John _

Green House + Coffee _ Jeremy + Sausage *or* Inspector Lestrade + Dog

……. Center White House + Milk _ Jeremy + Sausage *or* Inspector Lestrade + Dog

Yellow House + Grilled Tomatoes _ Hercule + Tea *or* Inspector Lestrade + Dog

Red House + Sherlock _

Blue House + John _

White *or* Yellow *or* Red - Center House + Milk = Sherlock *or* Jeremy + Sausage *or* Inspector Lestrade + Dog *or* Hercule

Blue Green White Yellow Red

Blue Green White Red Yellow

Red Green White Yellow Blue

Yellow Green White Red Blue

Green White Yellow Red Blue

Green White Red Yellow Blue

Blue Yellow Red Green White

Blue Red Yellow Green White

Sherlock + Red House

Inspector Lestrade + Dog

Hercule + Tea

Green House to Left of White House

Person in Green House + Coffee

Person has Eggs + Bird

Person in the Yellow House + Grilled Tomatoes

Center House + Milk

John + Blue House at Beginning or End of the row of houses

Muffins _ Next 2 Cat

Muffins _ Next 2 Water

Horse _ Next 2 Grilled Tomatoes.

Toast + Beer

Jeremy + Sausage

Jeremy has a fish

John’s Route _ Season 01

ReplyDeleteBoy on bicycle - cherries apples bananas

The Cherries

The bananas

Something else = The brakes (Spoken that way but not physically accurate. You step on the brakes.) You hit the bicycle first.

The 3 items will fall onto the road since you didn’t hit him with your car.

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2 clocks each at 12:00

After 1 hour, one reads 1:01 and the other 12:59

…How many hours total will it take before that once again point to exactly the same time ?

2 min difference per hour.

360 hours x 2 = 30 days _ Both will point to 6:00

720 hours

Never

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Nanashi no Honya = Bookstore with no name

Koyo gunkan _ About the battle strategy of Takeda Shingen

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Note from thief giving info on his next crime.

Steal ONE painting from the London Museum.

There are 60 painting numbered 01 - 60.

Chose a set of numbers and ADD them.

Can NOT use any number twice.

The total of the numbers will NOT be the number of the painting I will steal.

00 01 02 04 07 15 31

30

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Caesar Cipher

Key = 3

John

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10 BC to 30 AD

Died day before his birthday

How old was he ?

30 + 10 = 40 - 1 year as there is no year 0 = 29

Less 1day = 38

38

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40 voters for 3 candidates

All vote

What is min. # votes 2 win ?

*** *** ***

20 could vote for 2 = Tie

19 + 20 + 1 are the min. totals for a winner.

><><>< NEED 20 Votes Minimum ><><><

40 - 3 = 37

37 / 2 = 18 + 19

19 + 1 = 20

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Sherlock is investigating 1 theft committed by 1 person _ 3 suspects

Rules they always follow

When K steals M always helps

If M isn’t stealing, then N won’t steal either

No thefts other than the one I’m investigating.

Mr. K _ No _ K + M = 2 person theft

Mr. M _ Yes _ Can steal by himself = 1 person + 1 theft

Mr. N _ No _ M must steal 4 N 2 steal = 2 thefts or 1 by 2

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Angel = Truth

Demon = Lies

Human = Either

Which is Which?

A - I’m not an angel = Human

B - I’m not an demon = Demon

C - I’m not an human = Angel

A is the human, B is the demon, C is the angel

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What is the fewest number of times you would have to use the scale in order to do this?

1 Dia = 1.0 oz. + 1 Fake = 0.9 oz

5 Bags w 10 diamonds each

1 has ONLY Fakes => Weigh Less

Scale = 20 oz Max.

Which Bag Has ALL Fake Diamonds.

10 x .9 = 9 oz = Weight of Bag w Fake Diamonds

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Dec. 1st flew

London Heathrow Airport

70th day flew

10am Honolulu, Hawaii to Narita, Japan (evening arrival in February)

Date he arrived in Narita, Japan ?

Feb. 8th _ Cross International Dateline, so 1 day later.

Sherlock’s Route _ Season 01

ReplyDelete3 Brothers

House is named "Time"

1st not home - about to arrive home = FUTURE

2nd not home - left home = PAST

3rd in the house - look careful see other 2 brothers

IF 3rd not at home, 1st and 2nd disappear

What is the 3rd Brothers Name = PRESENT

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Sherlock’s Favorite Clothes

Moriarty + Mikah => Cute

John Watson => Sexy

Lestrade => Casual

Style of Sherlock’s fav clothes = ?

Sherlock => Elegant

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Candles

20 -7 = 13 - 5 = 8

20 total - 8 used = 12 partial candles are left

How many candles are left ?

12 are left as the others burn down an dare gone.

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Sherlock’s Sandwich

A = Cheese

B = Bacon

C = Pickles

D = Lettuce

E = Tomatoes

A + E NOT on Bottom

No pickles

D = NOT in the Middle

What order makes Sherlock’s fav sandwich ?

A = Cheese on Top

B = Bacon in the Middle

D = Lettuce on the Bottom

WOW! Thank you, Erudite for all the riddles!!!

DeleteI'm stuck on sherlocks route at a quiz when it asks you what mikahs cat is called. It's either Irene or Christine. Which one is it?

ReplyDeleteDefenitely Irene. Just like Irene Adler - the only woman Sherlock Holmes evee had some sort of feelings for ^^

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