Gaming time - the riddle -


#1367

Yeah, it was a little obvious, wasn’t it?


#1368

@the_termin8r you are the next.


#1369

What weighs lots forwards and nothing backwards?


#1370

well boobs i guess ?? oh nevr tell anyone i’m a physics student lol lmao


#1371

No. How did you get to that answer? :joy:


#1372

It’s a ton


#1373

Close enough. It was ‘tons’ because backwards it’s ‘snot’. Couldn’t think of anything better.


#1374

You gotta put another one up now bro


#1375

This one is from my dad’s friend.

A man was walking through the forest and came upon a cabin. All the trees around the cabin were burned down, and inside the cabin were two dead men. How did the men die?


#1376

Forset fire?


#1377

Starvation?
Dehydration?
Smoke inhalation?
They had a gun fight?
Suicidal tendencies?
They had a knife fight?
They were mauled by a bear?
They had simultanous, synchronised heart attacks?
They just both happened to die of natural causes by coincidence?


#1378

:joy::joy::joy:
Anything left?


#1379

Well, it’s been 10 guesses. @jrtrussell can we get the answer?


#1380

I’ll give you a some hints first. The cabin was destroyed, however, unlike the trees around it, it was not burned down. Additionally the two men appeared to have been sitting down when they died.


#1381

They were crushed by a tree.


#1382

Not quite. You have to think abstractly for this one.


#1383

Did it not sustain ANY fire damage at all? Or did it burn, but it was already destroyed at that point?

My guess is a firefighting plane unloaded the water right on them and the force destroyed the cabin and hurt them enough to die of internal bleeding or sm. Also why there is no fire damage.


#1384

Nope. The answer is actually sort of in your response, but you are on the wrong track. The cabin probably sustained some fire damage like scorch marks, but it was not burned down.


#1385

A bomb was dropped and they were torn apart internally by the shockwave?


#1386

Not quite. Both of their bodies were damaged inside and out.