# My first is double twenty-one but twice of twenty-two, Decipher it and you will see that statement is quite true........

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My first is double twenty-one but twice of twenty-two,
Decipher it and you will see that statement is quite true.

My next two are just three apart, or, looking at the link,
You'll have the answer easily and will not have to think.

My fourth is so more ways than one, so long as you can spell,
While my fifth splits first and second, so what is it? Can you tell?

It may seem like these words of rhyme are nonsense things to say,
Though the five together are right here (two ways) so what are they?

posted Oct 2, 2018

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My first is double twenty-one but twice of twenty-two, 21=u*2=W; 22=v*2=W
Decipher it and you will see that statement is quite true.

My next two are just three apart, or, looking at the link, Link=OR
You'll have the answer easily and will not have to think.

My fourth is so more ways than one, so long as you can spell, =D
While my fifth splits first and second, so what is it? Can you tell? = S between W & O

It may seem like these words of rhyme are nonsense things to say,
Though the five together are right here (two ways) so what are they?
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A group of campers have been on vacation for a long, that they have forgotten the day of the week. The following conversation ensues.
Christina: What is the day? I dont think it is Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
Mark: Well that does not narrow it down much. Yesterday was Sunday.
Meloni: Yesterday was not Sunday, tomorrow is Sunday.
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Anima: Day before yesterday was Thursday.
Sugie: Tomorrow is Saturday.
John: I know that the day after tomorrow is not Friday.
If only one person’s statement is true, what day of the week is it?