A classic riddle

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    Wyxcemefirstayxikenorteg?

    NEGMKXKNXKNMKN


    Sound out the letters as you read them from left to right, let the missing letters happen as they naturally do- if you have dyslexia or lysdexia, it should be really easy.

    If you get it right, just repeat it until you can easily type it and post it so others can see what you come up with...
     
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    It was the egg.
     
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    The whole thing is the true answer, nobody else wants to try?
     
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    The riddle is- "Which came 1st; the chicken or the egg?"

    Answer; Depends on which one is smoking a cigarette.
     
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    Ooo, so much closer.... Try saying what you see so you say what you mean.

    Wyxcemefirstayxikenorteg?

    NEGMKXKNXKNMKN


    Which way, and who came first; Teoaheochikan, or chikanoteoahe?

    Any "A" makes a "Chi-ka" any "Chi-ko" makes an "a".

    Any name makes a chicken, an any mexicano make a knowa'ndnuse?

    Yasunodo an Awonka Hey do you know a saying you can see?

    The secret to the translingual tongue is in how you see and how you say, whether you see what you say or say your name or make sign with your hand or speak with your tongue, but when we put it all back together we can converse as one, who all named "Chik" ends in a "K" and everyone in Oshoko turns the "Kay" to "Koh". When we all learn to turn a phrase, we can turn it round and round enough and read it any which way we want to say it naturally that eventually we all come full circle. The problem right now is that no one knows which way is up-say or down-say, left-say or right-say, in-say or out-say, but in the end we all just turn our effigy into a fall or turn it round just like them all, hop the skotch or nix the y, do it right, you turn ska to shoko to sayronoru turn it around and read up-side down-side and you say who wants to play a game of Kings and castles? We say a silent I as "eyfeygi" and in back-wards; We gain a friend.
     
    #5 AllHazzardi, Sep 25, 2009
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