6:42 AM
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The answer to this puzzle is an image not hosted on Imgur. The image host and the ID of the image on that host should become clear when solving the puzzle. (SVG source of the above) Exact coordinates of the 90 points as CSV: n,x,y 1,-9.346534028704902,20.440528709897414 2,12.711229496645323,-21....

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1:10 PM
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Which of the 5 answers fits the grid and what is the pattern?

1:32 PM
Is there a term for the event of a puzzle setter inadvertently leaking the answer or a big hint?

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This is in the spirit of the What is a Word/Phrase™ series started by JLee with a special brand of Phrase™ and Word™ puzzles, and the likewise inspired What is a Number™ series. If a number conforms to a special rule, I like to call it a Titanic Number™. Find out when a number is called a Titani...

I dunno, disclosure, divulgence, letting the cat out of the bag? Maybe a made-up term like "parclian slip"? :P

1:59 PM
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Can anyone let me know how to think about solution to this puzzle: There is a combination safe with four switches on the front, each with three positions (low, medium, and high). If the switches are set into an opening combination, then when you try to open the safe, it will open; otherwise, no d...

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5:08 PM
@LukasRotter Hee! A note on my nick: some are prone to pronouncing Parcly as "parsley". This is incorrect; it's more like "parkly"

Oh. I am (or was) guilty of that too

5:30 PM
I think I'm going to go with Parclyan Slip, though "sunk the ship" was a contender

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Find two sequences of letters (that may or may not be words) such that when the first sequence is repeated in each cell in column 1 the second sequence is repeated in each cell of column 2 the results match the given descriptions. 1 2 Description & studio album + film / film ...

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7:14 PM
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Fill in the blank with a number/letter combination: 48, 65, 6C, 6C, __ If you guys need hints, leave a comment and I will release my first hint.

8:03 PM
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Find \$x\$ in the following shape.

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A twist of the classic sequence game: a friend asked me to find the rule to this sequence : 3, 6, 9. I am allowed to suggest other sequences to test if they follow that (unknown to me) rule and to which my friend can say yes or no. Once I think I got the rule I can say it. Here are the sequences ...

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9:07 PM
@oAlt that was indeed the intended answer
@Stiv yes, exactly

10:04 PM
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A ditloid is a puzzle where each letter stands for something and the answer is the full sentence. For example, the solution to "T A 365 D I A Y" is "There are 365 days in a year". At a job interview, I was asked to solve the ditloid "11 D S (P W D)". The interviewer said he doesn't know the answe...