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David VonderBurg

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2019.04.13 12:04

LOOKING FOR CLUES. --- A game of "20 question"
I will answer

YES or NO and also give clues every
20 minutes.

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Answer me this:

A couple was to run off and get married in secret from their family.. The girl's father found out and forbid her to marry her fiancé.

Since the finacé's Family didnt yet know of their plans, the woman sent something to her fiancé as a clue of her father's wishes that she could not marry him.

What did she send?

CLUES WILL FOLLOW.

Have fun guessing.
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  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:06

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    If you guess right -- you must explain why to win. 😁
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:11

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    Difficulty English level about a 7 (from 1 to 10)
  • Alex 2019.04.13 12:11

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    she sent him a text message
  • jenet 2019.04.13 12:11

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    Good idea
  • Steven 2019.04.13 12:27

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    I Have no idea
  • Ekaterina 2019.04.13 12:37

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    The engage ring
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:38

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    @Alex No. Did not send text message. This is the year ummmmm 1940.
  • Sviatoslaw 2019.04.13 12:39

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    Is it a wedding ring?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:40

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    In 20-questions , you ask general questions to narrow it down.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:41

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    @Ekaterina She did not send back an engagement ring, if she did the fiance's family would be furious to find out she was going to get married
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:42

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    Did she send back anything man-made? NO
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 12:43

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    No text, no letter, no messenger. Nothing man-made.
  • Alex 2019.04.13 12:44

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    that was an animal?
  • Sviatoslaw 2019.04.13 12:49

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    Was it her weft?
  • WilliamLeong 2019.04.13 12:55

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    Her father's middle finger i guess
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:09

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    One good question to ask is is it plant rock or animal
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:10

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    @Ekaterina no
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:10

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    @Alex not animal
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:15

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    @WilliamLeong hahaha.... well. No.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:16

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    The fiancé family would be appalled and quite alerted to a problem if body parts started appearing.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:17

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    @Sviatoslaw her weft? A piece of her hair ? The answers is No, but what is a weft for you?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:19

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    CLUE: the object was in "plant" form.
  • Dép 2019.04.13 13:20

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    Was that a dead plant? Because plant sounds like plan, and dead implies that their plan has failed.
  • Jane 2019.04.13 13:21

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    shoes?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:23

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    @Dép good guess. Not the answer for this riddle. In 20-questions, we ask is it plant, rock or animal. So "plant" can mean many things which grow.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:24

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    CLUE: Its a food.
  • Sviatoslaw 2019.04.13 13:25

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    @David VonderBurg you version is right. I suppose it isn’t widespread definition of the word ☺ Maybe I used it in a wrong way?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:26

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    @Jane No. Now we know its a food.
  • Dép 2019.04.13 13:29

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    Is it a fruit? Or a veggie?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:30

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    @Sviatoslaw i know a "weft" as the threading passed by a shuttle in looming fabric. But I think it is also sometimes a lock of hair? Its a term used in weaving hair also. So i didnt know what you had intended to mean.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:31

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    @Dép yes! Which one and why.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:33

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    @Dép I should say..... its included in those categories. So, its a "fruit"!!!
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:35

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    @Dép We use it as a fruit. It grows like a veggie.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 13:36

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    CLUE: ITS ROUND.
  • Dép 2019.04.13 13:45

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    Hmm that's tough. Tomato?
  • imh0t3mp 2019.04.13 14:02

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    Maybe it was an apple? It is fruit, it round and it from story about Adam and Eva.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 14:15

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    @imh0t3mp No
  • Martin 2019.04.13 14:48

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    Romeo and Juliet
  • Dép 2019.04.13 14:49

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    Is it a tomato, maybe a rotten one? Because in the old days they threw tomatoes at someone to express anger or opposition?
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 15:18

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    @Dép its a clever riddle. Not a traditional or historical one.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 15:19

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    CLUE: It grows on a vine. Bigger than a tomato.
  • Martin 2019.04.13 15:23

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    Corn
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 17:01

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    @Martin so far: Its a food (that grows on a vine) Not a tomato. Bigger than tomato.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.13 17:05

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    Clue: It's a melon! What type and why?
  • Dép 2019.04.14 00:16

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    I surrender ☹ Waiting for your answer.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.14 02:09

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    @Dép Ill put the answer in a new post.
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.14 11:12

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    ANSWER: Ok. All. Well, she sent a melon. A canteloupe. She told her fiancé that she "can't elope" (cant run off and get married."
  • Liubov 2019.04.14 12:58

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    Why!!!! I should have guessed!!! It's obvious! 😂 Thanks for sharing!
  • Dép 2019.04.14 13:04

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    Kkkkk that's hilarious 🤣 I learned new things! Thanks for the fun David.
  • nia 2019.04.15 03:29

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    I guess It is the groose feather. It seems like a fairy tale of vietnam that I have learned since I was in primary school
  • David VonderBurg 2019.04.16 11:10

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    @nia See the answer above.
  • Svetlana 2020.07.13 07:34

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    Funny😊, thank you

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