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Who is lying? Who has spilled the jam stain on his new carpet?

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The Smith family is a very wealthy family that lives in a big, circular home. One morning, Mr. Smith woke up and saw a strawberry jam stain on his new carpet. He figured out that everyone who was there that morning had a jam sandwich. By reading the following excuses, figure out who spilled the jam.
Billy Smith: “I was outside playing basketball.”
The Maid: “I was dusting the corners of the house.”
Chef: “I was starting to make lunch for later.”
Who is lying?

posted Mar 31, 2014 by anonymous

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Maid - a circular house has no corners

answer Apr 22, 2014 by Priyaa Trippayar Sahasranaman



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