• What has four letters,
occasionally has twelve letters,
always has six letters but never has
five letters.
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1/12/20
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    • Fuck, motherfucker, and fucker
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    • For those who don't get it, it's not a question it's a statement.
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    • “What” has four letters, “occasionally” has twelve letters, “always” has six letters, but “never” has five letters
      okdk 17 jan
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    • What = 4 letters; Occasionally = 12 letters; always = 6 letters. Like so the dummies can see.
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    • Ah ha, I love this
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    • I started realizing it the way it's supposed to be read before the wrong way
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    • This isnt a riddle it's just straight facts
      tokker235 16 jan
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    • I like it
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    • canovens 16 jan
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    • I don’t get it :(
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    • Honestly you guys are so fuckimg toxic how come if someone doesnt understand something instead of helping them you just insult them I honestly think its because you want to feel better about not knowing yourself I didnt get it and I had to look through so many comments to find an explanation (1/2)
      Jb948 17 jan
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    • Oh. It’s improper grammar. There’re supposed to be quotations around the words. “What” has four letters, “occasionally” has twelve letters, and so on.
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    • Is mayonnaise a letter?
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    • Read it as a statement, not a question
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    • Yes
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    • uhhhh the horses name was friday
      Nextros 16 jan
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    • It really has two letters.
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    • MAILMAN
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    • A shitty postal worker?
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    • For anyone that doesn’t get it, there are 4 letters in the word “what”, 12 in occasionally, 6 in always, 5 in never.
      PrezXD 16 jan
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    • I was so confused. I didn’t read it in riddle form when I started so I was just like “yes, what has four letters... etc” and could not figure out what was so special about this post.
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    • Fuck - 4, motherfucker - 12, fucker - 6, never has 5 because no fucks were given.
      Shiro_San 17 jan
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    • This statement is true. ‘What’ has four letter, ‘Occasionally’ has twelve letters, and ‘Always’ has six letters (not five).
      DeChs 17 jan
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    • If people on the internet started using these :;.,?’” More often i would have gotten it sooner.
      OmegaBeta 17 jan
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    • God damn i’m a retard that took me way too long.
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    • whoever didn’t understand this must be 12 or under
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    • The first word of each sentence is what he’s describing. What (four). occasionally (twelve). always (six). never (five).
      bg360 17 jan
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    • yes
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    • BoRkAmOn 17 jan
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    • Snickles 17 jan
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    • Just cause it starts with "what" doesn't mean its a question.
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    • It's the sentence he wrote
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    • (W h a t) is composed of 4 letters. (Occasionally) is composed of 12 letters. (A l w a y s) has six letters in it
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    • Punctuation is king
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    • Pterodactyl because the p is silent
      Rosas 16 jan
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    • I have the brain power of a snail and even then a snail is probably smarter than me
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    • You're missing some necessary quotation marks there.
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    • The whole post ends on a period and not a question mark. Indicates that a statement is being made, not a question. Funny how grammar can give you the clues you need sometimes lol.
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    • i apologize if anyone heard loud machinery just now. it was the gears in my head finally turning to understand this
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    • Creative
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    • What = 4, Occassionally = 12, Always = 6, and Never = 5
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    • Key: It’s not a question on purpose.
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    • Yo this fucked me up, also, I didn't understand it when my sister read it out to me,
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    • Clearly no one in the comment section gets the joke. WHAT has 4 letters and so on.
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    • Dislike top comment, let the fools struggle
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    • i thought this whole thing out, said it was love, occasionally had complication, always had people but never had three. then i saw the period at the end.
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    • I thought it was a riddle im stupid
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    • How does “what” have 6 letters or sometimes 12? Im so confused
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    • For those who don't get it, there's a reason it ends in a period and not a question mark.
      stoogey 19 jan
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    • Correct
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    • Yo mamma
      joshkid 18 jan
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    • DEEZ NUTZ GOTEM
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    • Yes
      SuccDuck 17 jan
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    • Read it slowly, it’s literally telling you, not asking.
      ItzRello 17 jan
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    • Hey guys, feeling really depressed and lonely rn, could really use someone to talk to so if anyone’s down hmu please
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    • Yes, you are correct
      dcruz233 17 jan
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    • The time has come Ifunny Execute order 66
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    • welcome to comedy island
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    • tunaslapurmom
      Yes that is true
      tunaslapurmom 17 jan
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    • Whoever dont get it I will reply with answers
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    • nigg|r
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    • What, has five letters. Occasionally, has twelve letters, but, never ,has five letters.
      fatkid104 16 jan
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    • (What) has 4 (occasionally) has 12 (always) has 6 but (never) has 5
      rick5216 16 jan
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    • That’s a whole fact
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    • What is it
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    • Listen here u little fuck u come in my house and do this shit
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    • All I got was four, occasionally, always and never
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    • Yes, thank you
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    • He's not asking he's telling
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    • A word
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    • Okay. Listen here.... This is really fucking good.
      SolsticeT 17 jan
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    • My math teacher showed this to us as a “math” problem.
      BoneDadd 17 jan
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    • See how punctuation can change things so easily?
      Jayxe 17 jan
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    • Punctuation is the key to getting the joke
      CaraFalon 16 jan
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    • It isn’t describing a single word. It’s describing the number of letters in the word at the beginning of the sentence. Always is 6 letters long. Occasionally is 12 letters long. Never is 5 letters long.
      Arc83 16 jan
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    • Stfu. Please, just stfu.
      WhiteCT 16 jan
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    • oh yeah🤥😎😝
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    • Yes
      Tmo_time 16 jan
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    • It's all in the punctuation.
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    • What=4 Occasionally=12 always=6 never=5
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    • I thought that he just didn’t care if he had the right punctuation
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    • I had to read this shit 6 times in order to get it, I think I'm retarded
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    • A towel
      Shnowman 19 jan
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    • Nice
      LilFryGuy 19 jan
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    • Thats what quotation marks are there for u fucking dumba
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    • My guess: IDK
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    • Smart
      iamkingb 17 jan
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    • I like turtles
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    • This isn't a riddle it's just a statement of fact
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    • Oh boy—its a puzzle because they didn't use proper punctuation...
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    • It’s telling you that the words what, occasionally, always, and never have a certain amount of letters in them
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    • I knew that
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    • Yes
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    • Yeah
      JZShot 17 jan
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    • Your mom
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    • yes
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    • True
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    • My longest yeeeeeaaa booooiii vs yours
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    • What, occasionally, always, never. Reread the riddle.
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