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Most everyone figured out that if you select one fruit from the box labelled as both, then it MUST be only that one, and you could then switch the other two labels. Special mention goes to mscarr, who suggests we simply refer to everything as 'chernanas', and to tsomewhereime, who suggested putting them all in an elevator with a hand grenade and just making jelly...and to egonix who isn't worried at all, because, as we all know, there is no banana.

It's Friday, which means multiple questions for the weekend, so get yer thinkin' caps on nice and tight:
1. Sam Slug got out of jail and pushed his car to the St. James Place hotel. When he arrived, he realized he was bankrupt. How could this financial disaster be explained?

2. Jed Recluse lived alone and preferred it that way. Jed never had any visitors and he never visited anyone. Since Jed never left his house, it was necessary to have his supplies delivered every two weeks. One dark and stormy night, Jed lost control of his senses, turned off all the lights, and went to sleep. The next morning, it was discovered that Jed's actions resulted in the death of several people. Why?

3. Every Tuesday evening, Hardy Pyle drives up to the cottage to visit his mother. On these weekly visits, he drops off the clean clothes and picks up the dirty laundry. Since old Mrs. Pyle changes her underwear each morning, what is the minimum number of underwear she can own?
Chew on those 'til Monday. The questions, not the underwear.

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