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The RULE: In order to solve it, you are allowed only to ask me yes/no questions. And I may answer only No, Yes and Run-time error (in case neither Yes nor No fit).

Here's the riddle:

A little girl and a little guy were walking and suddenly wanted some peach juice. The girl said: "I want two glasses of peach juice". The guy said he wanted one.

They go to a bar and the boy buys five glasses of peach juice, but takes only three glasses, leaving the other two on the counter.

He gives two glasses to the girl, as she asked, and takes one for himself (as he wanted).

QUESTION: What's the matter? Why did he do so?

Here's the riddle:

A little girl and a little guy were walking and suddenly wanted some peach juice. The girl said: "I want two glasses of peach juice". The guy said he wanted one.

They go to a bar and the boy buys five glasses of peach juice, but takes only three glasses, leaving the other two on the counter.

He gives two glasses to the girl, as she asked, and takes one for himself (as he wanted).

QUESTION: What's the matter? Why did he do so?

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Ant_222P.S : NEVER MIND !

Dr.DhaifDoes the bar cater only to adults?

If so, did the boy lie to say that he was buying for their parents as well?

HJ

HeebiejeebiesWere they able to count and understand numbers?

Did they ask specifically for "five glasses"?

Or did they ask, say, for two glasses, then adding, say, two more and another?

Nice one!

TanitTanit:

«Were they able to count and understand numbers?» — I'd like to raise a run-time error, but since the riddle seems quite hard anyway, I'll ask you: it is the boiy who bought the five glasses, so why do ask all tions about "them"?

Assuming you mean the boy:

«Did they ask specifically for "five glasses"?

Or did they ask, say, for two glasses, then adding, say, two more and another?ݟ»

He asked for five glasses at once.

anonymousHere's a corrected sentence from the above post:

«I'll ask you: it is the boy who bought the five glasses, so why do you ask all questions about "them"?»

Ant_222By the way, you didn't answer one of my question, did you?

Was the boy able to count and understand the meaning of numbers?

Did only the boy speak to the bartender?

Tanit«Why not?» — because if the boy can count well and the girl can't, what should I answer? Neither Yes nor No would work...

«Was the boy able to count and understand the meaning of numbers?» — Yes. And he was pretty good at that! Sorry for missing this question.

«Did only the boy speak to the bartender?» — Yes.

Ant_222Dr.Dhaif