Talk:2017 Midsummer event
9th day item[edit source]
Sliced bananas Sliced and diced pineapples Part foods (pies cakes etc) Vial Watermelon Fishing bait Feathers Beer Knife Pestle and mortar Beer glass Bones Cowhide Sara brew Wheat Raw bear meat Bear fur Berries Unicorn horn
I've been wanting to add explanation for each riddle, but I keep getting an error about hook extentions preventing me (assuming this is an anti-spam thing). I've listed them below. Holey Net (talk) 04:52, July 16, 2017 (UTC)Holey Net
- The famous pirate is Blackbeard. Pirates are known to say "arr" (r), so removing it makes 'blackbead'.
- Reference to a well known punchline, "[...] but you can't tune a (tuna) fish". When tuning an instrument, the player must tune it to another sound (the bellow in this case).
- Willows are known for being flexible. Also, 'can blow' rhymes with willow.
- Vial is a homophone of Vile.
- A sapphire ring can be enchanted into a ring of recoil. Thus it is a 'circle we can recoil'.
- An uncooked pizza is part of something to eat. So an incomplete pizza is part of part of something to eat.
- A maul is a large hammer. So a small one is just a hammer.
- Door backwards is 'rood'. Removing a hole (the letter o) makes it 'rod'.
- 'Yellow' becomes 'Yell, "Ow!"' Dye is a homophone of die.
- Jug is a slang for prison in north western England.
- 'One in' has similar spelling/pronunciation to onion. Onions are also well known for making people cry.
- Both bread and dough are euphemisms for money.
- If one is 'eating the post' then they are Goblin' (Gobbling) mail.
- 'pale pipe' is an anagram for apple pie.
- 'the real' is an anagram for leather. 'granite super poisoned love' starts with 'g' and ends with 'love'