Riddle: Note: If you did not, read my first riddle, Lies and Truths, because this reveals the answer to that riddle. If I say I am telling a lie and I am telling the truth, I would be lying since I am telling the truth but I said I was lying. If I say I am telling a lie, and I am telling a lie, like I said, I would be telling the truth since I said I am lying and I am lying. But if I say I'm telling the truth, I am telling the truth and if I'm lying, I'm lying. Why is this? Hint: This has to do with how double negatives are positive but double positives are not negative.
Answer The riddle "Lies and Truths Part 2" is unanswered.
Riddle: I. You are reading this. 2. You are human. 3. You are on Earth. 5. You can read in English. 6. You did not notice that I skipped number 4. 7. You are checking whether there is a number 4. 8. You did not notice that number 6 is missing. 9. You found out that I was lying- there is a number 6. 10. You are going to copy-paste this or make up your own and write it down SOMEWHERE. These are the You-Mights You might hate me even more after this- You probably already hate me for my sucky riddles that are not on this account.
Riddle: If I say I am lying, am I telling the truth?
Answer: This is impossible to solve, because if I were telling the truth, then I would be lying, which doesn't make sense since I am telling the truth. If I am lying, then what I said was true and that doesn't make sense either.