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  1. #31
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    No ... I'll give it a little time before I drop another hint.

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    Let me just point out that if we're going to be consistent with the inspiration for this game, there should be at least one number in the "riddle".
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    I missed that bit. It is a little late for mine. Well, next hint so we can move on: Nicolas and Lance both have part of it right.

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    A F G to T S A P

    astronauts fear going to the stars and planets

    all focus going to the stars and planets

    astronomers find gases to the stars and planets

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    Nope. Perhaps it will be easier to figure out this way:

    F G to the S A P

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    (Astronomy) Forum goes to the stars and planets?
    (Astronomy) Forums go to the stars and planets?

    (as for game rules: I suggest inserting a number and at least one complete word in a riddle)
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    Nope. I did have more than one complete word in the original (hint) but I didn't realize the number bit.

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    OK 1 or more verbs, nouns or pronouns .
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    Forum Goes to the Stellar Night Party

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    Fraser Goes to The Stars And Planets

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    mub mub BEEB BEEB BEEB BEEB BEEB
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    wha? it's time to wake up? who set that blasted alarm clock?

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    F G to the S A P

    A Forum Game to the stars and planets
    A First Galaxy to the stars and planets
    A Family Guy to the stars and planets
    A Future Gadget to the stars and planets

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    This is turning out harder than I thought. Okay, next clue: You might find it on a shelf.

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    Fried goose?
    Frozen garlic?
    Family games?
    Fire gloves?
    fumed gasoline?
    football goals?
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    Finally going to the stars and planets
    Forget
    Feebly
    Frogs
    Ferenghi
    Fantasia

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    A Field Guide to the Stars and Planets
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToSeek
    A Field Guide to the Stars and Planets
    That's it! Ok, back to you. (I thought the "shelf" clue would nail it.)

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    Easy one because I don't want us to get stuck again:

    4.3 L Y to the N S.
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    4.3 light years to the nearest star
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    (is it "light years" or "lightyears" in English? )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas
    4.3 light years to the nearest star
    Bingo!

    I've generally seen it as two words.
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    ok

    I'll make up a new riddle.
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    5 S S O (who have F in S)
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    I'm pretty sure that should be "which have..."

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    take "that have"; it's the only thing I'm remotely sure of in English .
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    Five solar system objects (that have...)

    I don't know

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    How about ...

    5 Space Shuttle Orbiters (that have Flown in Space)

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    correct! Your turn.
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    Ok, trying for an easy one -

    8.6 L Y to the N W D

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