A cowboy rode to an inn on Friday stayed two nights and left on Friday.

How could that be?
I just want to make sure. When you say on, do you mean on a horse or on that day?
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Jacko explain, please. help.
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I think I've heard this one before, so I won't give it away.
He spent days to get that inn, he arrived on Wednesday.
Where he slept the previuos nigths doesn't worry me.
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Pretty good, but not the answer im looking for...
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He's solved it! Good job, Jacko!
How the heck did I solve it?
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I get it. It was ridiculously tricky. He was on Friday, the name of the horse. Duh!
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