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Geekinthepink021
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Post by Geekinthepink021 » 20-02-2006 04:32

Heeh

Silly me - i'm even familiar with that rule o.O Too much notpron is bad for the brain!

Did the woman fall in love with a sadistic / abusive person?

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Post by Lukeonia1 » 20-02-2006 04:34

jsyer wrote: Was she already bald (and wearing a wig)?
No.
Originally posted by Geekinthepink021
Did the woman fall in love with a sadistic / abusive person?


No.

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Post by jsyer » 20-02-2006 04:41

Does she love her electrolysis machine (and lost all her hair while "loving" her machine)?

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Post by janni93 » 20-02-2006 09:07

was the loss of her hair a kind of punishment?

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Post by jooly » 20-02-2006 14:31

Is it significant that she's female? Or would the riddle work with a man too?

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Post by Lukeonia1 » 20-02-2006 19:44

jsyer wrote: Does she love her electrolysis machine (and lost all her hair while "loving" her machine)?
Hahaha, no...
janni93 wrote: was the loss of her hair a kind of punishment?
YES!
jooly wrote: Is it significant that she's female? Or would the riddle work with a man too?
While it could theoretically have happened to a man, it's incredibly unlikely. Given the circumstances (as this is an actual historical event) I'm gonna say YES to the first question, and for the second question, no, probably not.

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Post by jsyer » 20-02-2006 23:03

Was the woman already married and fell in love with another man? Then, as a punishment, her husband cut off all her hair so that the other guy wouldn't love her anymore?
(Not that we know the other guy actually loved her back..)

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Post by Geekinthepink021 » 20-02-2006 23:14

Is her falling in love directly related to her loss of hair?

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Post by Lukeonia1 » 21-02-2006 06:42

jsyer wrote: Was the woman already married and fell in love with another man? Then, as a punishment, her husband cut off all her hair so that the other guy wouldn't love her anymore?
(Not that we know the other guy actually loved her back..)


No. But that's a very good guess.
Geekinthepink021 wrote: Is her falling in love directly related to her loss of hair?


Well, depends on how "direct" we're talking. If she hadn't fallen in love, she wouldn't have lost her hair. Alternatively, if she had fallen in love under different circumstances, she probably wouldn't have lost it then, either.

Note the major hint: This really happened, somewhere, sometime...

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Post by jsyer » 21-02-2006 06:49

Was the hair loss self inflicted?

She fell in love with a guy who was alergic to her hair, so she cut it all off for him...
Teehee, my theories are getting more and more outlandish ;)

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Post by Lukeonia1 » 21-02-2006 08:45

jsyer wrote: Was the hair loss self inflicted?
NO!
jsyer wrote: She fell in love with a guy who was alergic to her hair, so she cut it all off for him...
Teehee, my theories are getting more and more outlandish ;)
Haha, that's just the kind of thinking that'll solve this puzzle. But no, not quite. ;)

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Post by jsyer » 21-02-2006 11:51

She fell in love a guy (or girl perhaps) in a burning building, and rushed in to save him (or her). As a result all her hair was singed off.

Hmmm, doesn't quite fit the punishment theory. Perhaps I'd better ask some questions...

Did she fall in love with a man?
Was the hair loss punishment inflicted by the person she fell in love with?
Was the hair loss punishment inflicted because she fell in love with someone?

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Post by jooly » 21-02-2006 11:53

For a yes/no question - was hair loss the full extent of her punishment? Or was it part of a bigger punushment?

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Post by jojojoker » 21-02-2006 13:04

she wants to see the man on her sister's funenal again~

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Post by jooly » 21-02-2006 13:06

:lol: Yes, that must be it!

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