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I'm thinking of a tiger, black panther, or a cobra. @DATo
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Bravo @DATo for solving Luna's riddle. :clap: :clap:

Welcome to the forum @Gravy :happy-cheerleaderkid:
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Nerea wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 14:32
Bravo @DATo for solving Luna's riddle. :clap: :clap:

Welcome to the forum @Gravy :happy-cheerleaderkid:
@Nerea

THANK YOU NEREA !!!!

Actually, this predator is smaller than any of the ones you mentioned.
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Hi, @Gravy. Welcome!
Keep It Stupid Simple!

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Lunastella wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 10:38
DATo wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 05:49
The only two things I can associate with sweat are water and salt.

Is it SALT ?

Though I can't see how salt would apply to the other clues :eusa-think:
Yes, it's salt!
Salary comes from the word for salt because it was so valuable that people used it as currency.
And I meant salt lamps with the other clue. They're apparently a thing for relaxing.

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Oh, I just love your etymology learnings, @Lunastella. I'll tell everyone did you know that salary 🤭
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Congrats, @DATo!! Excellent guess :happy-cheerleadersmileyguy: Salt??!
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InStoree wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 16:47
Lunastella wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 10:38
DATo wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 05:49
The only two things I can associate with sweat are water and salt.

Is it SALT ?

Though I can't see how salt would apply to the other clues :eusa-think:
Yes, it's salt!
Salary comes from the word for salt because it was so valuable that people used it as currency.
And I meant salt lamps with the other clue. They're apparently a thing for relaxing.

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Oh, I just love your etymology learnings, @Lunastella. I'll tell everyone did you know that salary 🤭
You should hahaha. It's a great ice-breaker 🤣

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DATo wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 12:31
Woo Hooooooo !!!! I'm a Winner !!!! :D

Well, I don't know how I won but I'll take it *LOL* :shhh:
@Nerea @Lunastella @InStoree @Gravy

NEW RIDDLE !!!

I am a deadly predator, but I do not hunt humans.
I am usually either very hairy or completely bald.
Evidence of my presence is often seen in horror movies.
My body can produce a very mechanically strong substance.
I can be found throughout the world but I thrive in the tropics.

What am I ?
Bees??

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Thanks for the welcome!


I'm pretty sure I know this one.


Spiders!
Personal pronouns: She/Her

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@InStoree @Gravy @Nerea @Lunastella

Luna - Good guess .... but ......

GRAVY IS A WINNER !!!! :greetings-clapyellow: :wine:

Gravy, you're turn.
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ooh, wow. Congratulations @Gravy :clap: :clap:
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Yay, @Gravy !!!

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Hey @Lunastella I'm always impressed with your stickers. They are eye-catchy. What's the secret? :) :) :D :D
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Nerea wrote:
16 Sep 2020, 10:40
Hey @Lunastella I'm always impressed with your stickers. They are eye-catchy. What's the secret? :) :) :D :D
Thank you! I upload the images using the "Full editor" option :D

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Bravo, @Gravy! :clap:
Keep It Stupid Simple!

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