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    • For everyone confused, this isn’t a question, it’s a statement
      CT_2367 8 jun
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    • Since I can’t find the funny or the answer. I would like to announce I finally made it to 1500 days on ifunny
      xKichx 8 jun
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    • What = 4 letters. Occasionally = 12 letters. Never = 5 letters. Now you all can stop being dumb.
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    • Well are u gonna give the punchline or just make a horrible meme that makes no sense
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    • So basically it's a statement and not a question
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    • What is a 4 letter word, occasionally is a 12 letter word, etc. It’s a list of statements not a question
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    • People who don't get this
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    • TheFrelp 9 jun
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    • Fuck, motherfucker, fucked, but no fucks
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    • I like how this is meant to trick people but everyone's first reaction to somebody not understanding it is to call them retarted. Even though that's the point of it
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    • The horses name is Friday
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    • Much like females, the telltale revealer of intentions here is the period
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    • You can't use the word "but" unless you're making a statement contrary to the ones before itself making this riddle deceptive as it doesn't use proper grammar. One word having a set number of letters is in no way contrary to other words having letters and it lacks the proper punctuation.
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    • Tf is this
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    • Wooshed me too
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    • what, whaaaaaaaaat, whaaat but not whaat
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    • I get it. It's not funny but I get it
      noaeu 8 jun
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    • Replace commas with periods and that should clear it up. Also the reaction image barely makes sense
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    • Can't tell if y'all are being sarcastic or getting hardcore wooshed
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    • It is sad people have to explain this
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    • Booo I don’t get it so it’s not funny and I’m mad boo waa booo
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    • True.
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    • Damn punctuation fooled me again
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    • It’s just a statement that “W H A T” has 4 letters, “N E V E R” has 5 letters, etc.
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    • Are you all retarded?
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    • Missing quotation marks and commas
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    • Everyone on here got whooshed so hard
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    • That was funny when I actually knew what was being said
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    • Ohhhh I get it. HMU if you need help
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    • Damn are yall actually dumb?
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    • Why you people keep calling people retarded? That’s ridiculous. Good luck getting laid.
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    • That was good once I finally got it
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    • yall swear these red circles are so unnecessary, and then the simplest joke that children can figure out stumps the majority of you
      luciobro 11 jun
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    • Missing some quotation marks.
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    • anybody else count the letters in the meme or is that just me? i guess i might just be retarded
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    • Your mom's huge ass
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    • Yes
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    • “what” 4 letters. “occasionally” 12 letters. “always” 6 letters. “never” 5 letters.
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    • Did you guys know that Nothing starts with N and ends with G 🤔
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    • It shouldn’t be but, but and
      Reeepe 9 jun
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    • Wow this fucking sucked
      aII_duck 8 jun
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    • “What” has 4 letters...w-h-a-t
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    • Hey retards, it was a statement, not a question. Fml. That's the joke. W H A T had 4 letters in it, etc
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    • For those of you confused The word “WHAT” has four letters, the word “occasionally” has twelve, the work “always” has six letters, and the word “never” has five.
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    • it's not a question it's a statement
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    • Ya’ll that is the punchline. It’s not a riddle, he’s naming how many letters each word has.
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    • WeLl iM soRRy If I dOnT wAsTe hAlF oF mY lIfE bEinG SmARt
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    • I’m confused
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    • Its genuinely concerning how many people dont get it
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    • f***-4 motherf***er-12 f***er-6 f***it-6
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    • Horny
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    • Took me a while to figure it out still ain’t funny
      Naiixx 8 jun
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    • Correct.
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    • The reaction image gave it away.
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    • What = 4 letters; Occasionally = 12 letters; Always = 6 letters; Never = 5 letters
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    • The word WHAT has four letters, the word OCCASIONALLY has twelve letters the word ALWAYS has 6 letters and the word NEVER has five. Youre welcome.
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    • He’s telling you how many letters are in each word, it’s not a riddle. That’s the riddle.
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    • this is a statement, not a question
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    • Can someone explain this to me like I’m 5
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    • Its ridiculous how idiotic this is. Btw a more intelligent mind would have a harder time understanding, i easily understood it. Not calling myself smart since I'm not, just saying
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    • “Whatt” there, now it has 5 letters
      SpudzII 9 jun
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    • I get it. It's not funny or clever nor even jarring. But I get it
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    • Y’all dumb af
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    • What= 4 letters, Occasionally= 12 letters, etc.
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    • Its not a riddle its a statement
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    • TheLorg 8 jun
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    • It’s a statement smooth brains
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    • The word “what” has 4 letters so on and so forth.
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    • Me looking at all the dumbasses that don't get it
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    • What is the answer
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    • Periods are for statements commas are for list all and that's why we are confused terrible punctuation.
      DRCulo 11 jun
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    • I love how many people don't get it lol
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    • Ha, nice
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    • Correct
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    • I had to actually get lit sleep it off and wake up hungover as fuck to finally get this
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    • both top comments are retarded
      luciobro 10 jun
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    • I like how people just use stuff from the 2000s and pretend they came up with it
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    • Where’s the commas at bruh
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    • Retarded caption
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    • There is no answer, it’s not a question, he just worded it so shittily so nobody could understand on purpose because he thinks he’s too high iq
      SergeyT 9 jun
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    • Stupid joke
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    • I'm a bit stupid but humor me... I thought this was about his name till it came to the end in which the two would be reversed
      ginny427 8 jun
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    • “Your dumb for not knowing”
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    • YES I LOVE THIS ONE
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    • Omfg i just got it wow this makes you feel dumb
      deablo 8 jun
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    • You’re all dense
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    • Lol it's kinda funny
      Soul9 8 jun
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    • one of my favourite riddles tbh i always use this to make people feel stupid
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    • Y’all fuckin stupid
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    • The point of the joke is it’s not a question/riddle. It’s a statement hence the “.”
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    • This joke is going over people’s head as fast as people are throwing bricks through windows
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    • What = 4, Occasionally = 12, Always = 6, Never = 5 letters.
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    • The answer is yes
      Leets 8 jun
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    • The answer is that he is being extremely literal
      sevrine 8 jun
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    • Guys the word before the number is what it is describing. The word “what” has four letters in it. That’s the punchline
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