Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Riddle twenty-Five

Riddle Twenty-Five: Sate Me

Difficulty: 8
Interest: 2

The audio file has been updated again. Make sure you have the latest version.

If you slow it down, you should hear it fine.

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The words form an acronym.

"Sate" is translated into 'satiate', which means the answer is a food product, possibly one you never even heard of.


Blogger Chris said...

Slowing down the audio doesn't seem to make it any more intelligible. There's something more to it that just the audio clip, I'm sure.

11:04 PM  
Blogger Becky said...

*possible spoiler warning!* I swear, I hear "Riddle: Indian canna metaphor; Riddle over; never Indian." Googling revealed the Canna lily, aka Indian buckshot, but I can't get anywhere with it. A good sleep might do the trick, but I really wanted to share my work with the rest of the world, in case someone else can make it work faster.

1:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is said, "The riddle is supposed to be solvable, although no one has reported solving it yet. Apparently, it is by far the hardest so far."
Yes, it is hard, however it, as stated can be solved. As for no one having reported solving it yet, I can inform you that I, and at least one other person, has solved it (seriously).

6:39 AM  
Blogger kYsis said...

I'm going to need alot of help for this one, as my understanding of english is not so good... Anyone willing to help me?
email at cyril at _my nickname_ .org

12:35 PM  
Anonymous Kevin Ballard said...

Ok, I just solved it. becky, you're pretty close with your understanding of the words, but don't bother googling.

2:18 AM  

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