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Well, well, well. After a two year hiatus, the Riddler has decided to return. Entering the second week of a tumultuous trade period in which we've seen unexpected chess moves and the demise of player loyalty, there are bound to be rumours floating around the airwaves. Will Jordan Lewis arrive? Will the Hibberd deal go through? Is there any truth to the Kurt Tippett murmurings? But fear not, for the Riddler does not deal in speculation. The Riddler only deals in cold, hard, facts. Contained in this Riddle is perhaps the key to the future of the Melbourne Demons. Unlock it, if you dare.

Riddle me this: Which player spreads both butter and his wings, yet remains ocean-bound?

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The black mouse who ran up the electric clock?

Tic-toc, tic-toc.

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I'll play. 

Spread butter - knife (like he knifed the crows in the back)

spread wings - crows and swans. 

Ocean bound - contracted at Sydney. 

Is Tippett the player you are talking about? 

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4 minutes ago, The Riddler said:

Riddle me this: Which player spreads both butter and his wings, yet remains ocean-bound?

On a Sunday evening..... Are you serious?  I need to refresh my mind before another week at the grind stone... I can't sleep as it is...

Boo Riddler.... Boo....

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6 minutes ago, The Riddler said:

Well, well, well. After a two year hiatus, the Riddler has decided to return. Entering the second week of a tumultuous trade period in which we've seen unexpected chess moves and the demise of player loyalty, there are bound to be rumours floating around the airwaves. Will Jordan Lewis arrive? Will the Hibberd deal go through? Is there any truth to the Kurt Tippett murmurings? But fear not, for the Riddler does not deal in speculation. The Riddler only deals in cold, hard, facts. Contained in this Riddle is perhaps the key to the future of the Melbourne Demons. Unlock it, if you dare.

Riddle me this: Which player spreads both butter and his wings, yet remains ocean-bound?

Ok I will bite.

 

Lewis. Butter comes in gold and he is a hawk which flies to tassie over the ocean for games regularily. Are you saying he is staying at the Hawks? 

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Andrew Gaff

'Western Star' - Butter

'Eagles' - spreads wings

'Gaff' - type of sailing boat set up

 

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7 minutes ago, DeeMfc said:

Andrew Gaff

'Western Star' - Butter

'Eagles' - spreads wings

'Gaff' - type of sailing boat set up

 

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40 minutes ago, The Riddler said:

Well, well, well. After a two year hiatus, the Riddler has decided to return. Entering the second week of a tumultuous trade period in which we've seen unexpected chess moves and the demise of player loyalty, there are bound to be rumours floating around the airwaves. Will Jordan Lewis arrive? Will the Hibberd deal go through? Is there any truth to the Kurt Tippett murmurings? But fear not, for the Riddler does not deal in speculation. The Riddler only deals in cold, hard, facts. Contained in this Riddle is perhaps the key to the future of the Melbourne Demons. Unlock it, if you dare.

Riddle me this: Which player spreads both butter and his wings, yet remains ocean-bound?

jordan lewis (gold[butter], wings - hawthorn) (jordan river - running to sea)

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So when someone actually gets it right, will this guy notify us? Or continue to make us suffer?

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Devondale Swallow is going on a Kontiki.

 

WGAF.  [censored] off 

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55 minutes ago, olisik said:

Ok I will bite.

 

Lewis. Butter comes in gold and he is a hawk which flies to tassie over the ocean for games regularily. Are you saying he is staying at the Hawks? 

Where have you been? You're obviously hating all of this potential movement around Melbourne. 

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i want to know if the correct answer found will he/she say so

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It's pretty obvious it's Knifeduck guys. 

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I would rather just play the role of Batman and beat the answer out of you Riddler.....

 

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I've always hated riddles and riddlers.

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3 minutes ago, ProDee said:

I've always hated riddles and riddlers.

Yeah me too ! Just say it like it is!! Does my head in cryptic crap!

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1 hour ago, Deestroy All said:

Knifeduck Buoy

Haha, you're brilliant, DA.

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