Competitive Guessing: LegacyofEight vs Flarp55


#1

LegacyofEight and Flarp55 will post their YES OR NO QUESTIONS for round 1 of the Competitive Guessing Tournament in this thread. Before starting, please privately PM me a private message containing your SECRET SOMETHINGs and I will respond confirming that round one is good to go.

Once I give you the go-ahead via PM, LegacyofEight asks the first question.


Competitive Guessing Tournament
#2

@Flarp55 Could your SECRET SOMETHING exist at the present day?


#3

Yes.

Does your SECRET SOMETHING consist solely of alphabetical characters and spaces?


#4

Yes it does.

Does your SECRET SOMETHING have adjective quantifiers?


#5

No it doesn’t

Is the first letter S or P or one of the first 8 letters?


#6

Yes, one of the first eight letters is an S or a P. Thought I don’t know how it would help.

Is your SECRET SOMETHING tangible?


#7

You misinterpreted my question. The question was, to phrase it differently, does the first letter belong to the set {S, P, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H}?


#8

No.


#9

Define “tangible.”


#10

Can I touch it in a solid form


#11

No.

Does your first letter belong to the set {I, J, K, L, M, N, O, Q}?


#12

No.
Would your SECRET SOMETHING be considered matter


#13

No.

Does your first letter belong to the set {R, T, U, V}?


#14

Yes.
Is your SECRET SOMETHING some type of idea?


#15

That question is not clear enough for me to answer.


#16

I realized how terrible of a question that is.

Can your SECRET SOMETHING be seen


#17

Yes, it can.

Does your first letter belong to {R, T}?

Oh, also I should have mentioned this earlier but when I use uppercase letters, I implicitly mean both uppercase and lowercase.


#18

Yes

Can your SECRET SOMETHING be seen in a form other than letters?

Example: if your secret something was a clapboard, you could see it :clapper: However if your secret something was THE WORD “clapboard”, it would only be visible in the form of letters


#19

No

Is your first letter R?


#20

No.

Is your SECRET SOMETHING the word “SECRET SOMETHING”