Re: ROGUE RIDDLE 1053: WINNER
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Clever stuff, Adam.
On 20/12/2020 12:28 am, Adam Engel
Sorry for the delayed announcement. The winner
this week is Gary H with four bingos! He has agreed to create
this week's riddles. Answers are below.
On the first night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a new
penpal from Mexico City whose Hebrew name would be Yoni. JUAN
On the second night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… another
Mexican penpal with the same name. JUAN, TOO
On the third night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a
newfound desire to make onomatopoeiatic owl and pig noises.
WANT HOOT REE
On the fourth night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a
statement from my Mexican penpal calling for changes to the
dental insurance system. JUAN'S TOOTH REFORM
On the fifth night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a magic
stick that can instantly rebuild bee homes that have fallen to
the ground. The same stick can also treat a symptom of
anaphylaxis for folks who have fallen to the ground. NOTE: The
pun is the same here for both descriptions of the wand. WAND
TO TREAT FLOOR HIVES.
On the sixth night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a WiFi
network that lets me pleasure myself in unconventional,
jazz-like ways. Pleasure myself euphemistically, of course.
WAN TO FREEFORM FIVE SEX.
On the seventh night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a
scratch-off lottery ticket? I got the top prize?! Oh, it's
just a pair of pines and instructions on how to gather the
right number of branches to start a fire… or something. Also,
they addressed me by my middle name, which is weird. On this
night, I... WON TWO TREES FOR FIVE STICKS, EVEN.
On the eighth night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me… a
second magic stick. This one can do two things: summon a
special wood-bearing plant whose certain number of branches
can be used to stab somebody in prison, AND summon by buddy
Nathaniel (who prefers a nickname). WAND TWO: TREE FOR FIVE
STICK SHIV AND NATE.
Be easy y'all.
Adam Even Engel, M.A.T.
Biology and Physics Teacher
Evergreen High School, Seattle, WA
"Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life."
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