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[Earnest] To sin or not to sin?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 6:24 am
by Earnest
Ok...I came back with a little puzzle...the statement is quite vague. As usual if hints are needed, please just ask

"Uooooooooo...yeahhh I'll do it again! After all it is not so boring to save our sinful soul !!!"

Re: [Earnest] To sin or not to sin?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:57 pm
by Balin
Is the speaker H/A/M?
Is the speaker talking to one person? More than one person? No one at all?
Does this take place in a church?
Does the speaker hold a religious occupation? Is the speaker a priest? Monk?
Is the solution a joke?

Re: [Earnest] To sin or not to sin?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:41 am
by Earnest
Is the speaker H/A/M? Both H/A/F and H/A/M could work
Is the speaker talking to one person? More than one person? No one at all? irr
Does this take place in a church?No
Does the speaker hold a religious occupation? Is the speaker a priest? Monk?
Is the solution a joke?No to all I'm afraid, sorry

Re: [Earnest] To sin or not to sin?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:03 pm
by irishelk
The thing the speaker will do: they expect it to save their soul? Literally, like from damnation? To save their life? To make them a better person? Do they expect it to save another person?

Is "doing it": confessing? performing a good deed? apologizing? Doing something immoral? Illegal? Does the action involve another person?

Does the again imply that the speaker has done the "it" before? If so, do they do something else between doing "it"?

Re: [Earnest] To sin or not to sin?

PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:24 pm
by Earnest
The thing the speaker will do: they expect it to save their soul? Literally, like from damnation? To save their life? To make them a better person? Do they expect it to save another person? a yesish would be misleading here...I would say no with a little explore

Is "doing it": confessing? performing a good deed? apologizing? Doing something immoral? Illegal? Does the action involve another person?no to all sorry

Does the again imply that the speaker has done the "it" before? yes many timesIf so, do they do something else between doing "it"?noish