# CoderGirl248

Riddle Count: 5
Riddle: When is a door not a door?
Answer: When it's ajar. Sorry if this is not good.
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.
Answer: It's magic.
Riddle: You have seven pens and nine pigs. You must arrange the pens so that each pen has an even number of pigs. Zero is not allowed, nor will it work. How do you do this?
Answer: Stack the pens.
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.