"A man walks into a restaurant and orders pelican. He takes one bite, then walks outside and shoots his brains out."
Your job is to figure out why by asking me yes or no questions.
This is just a fun investigative game. Everyone is welcome to play. You can ask as many yes or no questions as you like. Please don't spoil it if you know the answer, the fun is in figuring out what happened.
Here is what we know so far as of 8/12 3pm pst,
Does "pelican" refer to the actual bird? yes
is there a woman involved? yes
does the man actually take a bite out of the pelican? yes
Does he take a bite out of the pelican? (It doesn't say the bite was necessarily out of the pelican) yes
Does the man shoot his own brains out? yes
does the man go hunting for pelican? no
the pelican had bird flu? No
Was she unfaithful to him? No
Did he eat part of his lady? YES
Is the woman involved the waitress? no
Was there anything out of the ordinary about the pelican? no
Did the pelican make the man sick in any way? no
did something else occur in between him biting the pelican and walking out of the bar? no
Did the woman involve ask him to eat the pelican? no
Does the man's religious believe not allow him to eat the Pelican? no
Was the Pelican still alive when he took a bite? no
Was there something special about the restaurant that hasn't been revealed yet? no
Has he ever eaten Pelican before? no
Was there some kind of bet involved? no
Did he find something in the Pelican after he took a bite? Pelican dish was fine.
Is the woman involved in "mystery" his GF/WIFE? yes
Ok, is he married? not anymore.
Did the woman die? yes.
Did the woman die before the man eating the pelican and killing himself? yes
Did the man intend to kill himself before he took a bite out of the pelican? no.
Was the pelican responsible for the woman's death? no
Last edited by bleach168 on Sun Aug 19, 2007 2:17 am, edited 2 times in total.
"And so he spoke, and so he spoke, that lord of Castamere. But now the rains weep o'er his hall, with no one there to hear." - The Rains of Castamere