I lost. You lost. WHEN SOMEONE Doesnt want you to win. I choose option C, which is the letter A. Not so difficult. t h e g a m e
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - slandersalamander
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I choose option C, which is the letter A.   
   
Not so difficult.
I choose option C, which is the letter A.

Not so difficult.
#73 to #16 - anon id: dd6a9c78
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It's how it was asked that was the real bitch.
"Is it A C, B D, C A, or D B?"
User avatar #97 to #73 - hazop
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"the answer is C A" is what id say

not so difficult
User avatar #105 to #97 - iSHITvsiPOD
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but if youve seen the episode he says something like "mate is it c or a make up your mind"
#17 - chumbashisho **User deleted account**
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User avatar #87 to #17 - clasp
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Which is the first letter of the alphabet...

It says the alphabet to start with, and either way it starts with an "A"
#102 to #87 - mcroflskates
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I feel you need this explained to you.   
This joke is a play on the sentence structure.   
Normally, a person would answer "A" because they're thinking of the actual alphabet, going A, B, C, etc.   
However, in this classic joke, the person takes the sentence and skews the meaning a tad. I.E: "Which is the first letter of "the alphabet?"   
Thus, they proclaim the first letter is "T", because they're taking the first letter of the phrase "the alphabet."   
   
Another example is the riddle, "Railroad crossings, watch for cars. Can you spell that without any "R"'s?   
Answer: t-h-a-t   
Classic wordplay. I find it hilarious.
I feel you need this explained to you.
This joke is a play on the sentence structure.
Normally, a person would answer "A" because they're thinking of the actual alphabet, going A, B, C, etc.
However, in this classic joke, the person takes the sentence and skews the meaning a tad. I.E: "Which is the first letter of "the alphabet?"
Thus, they proclaim the first letter is "T", because they're taking the first letter of the phrase "the alphabet."

Another example is the riddle, "Railroad crossings, watch for cars. Can you spell that without any "R"'s?
Answer: t-h-a-t
Classic wordplay. I find it hilarious.
User avatar #28 - steil
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All of you are stupid...the answer is obviously b
User avatar #29 to #28 - pacoseago
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/b/ is never the answer.
#61 - uncleepedro
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#63 to #61 - therightarsecheat
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this isnt the time to use that
#71 to #63 - commontroll
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Here, you might want this bro.
User avatar #119 to #71 - therightarsecheat
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thanks bro, i deleted every reaction picture and started over for the lols, just taking a while to build it back up.
User avatar #120 to #119 - commontroll
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No problem bro. It was my pleasure.
#121 to #120 - therightarsecheat
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Bro
Bro
User avatar #123 to #121 - commontroll
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Brofist.
#53 - adirtysmuggler
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"The letter A, answer C."

Lawyered.
#56 to #53 - anon id: 6f427d9b
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You may have Lawyered us, but you still got it wrong. What you stated, "The letter A, answer C." states that the first letter of the alphabet is the letter C. Choice "C" with the answer of A is correct. Labeling the choices with letters is simply for organizations sake, and has no part of the correct answer.

Counter-Lawyered.
#64 to #56 - adirtysmuggler
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While on a grammatical level you are indeed correct, colloquially what I have suggested most certainly meets the required amount of clarity to indicate the correct answer.

Counter-Counter-Lawyered.
User avatar #68 to #64 - SurelyAnonymous
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If he says C - Final Answer, they have to give him the right one because if they try to call him on it, he calls them out for not selecting the answer he chose. Don't have any HIMYM pics so Basic Logic-ed!

#11 - rugbyboysam
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90% of people say 'Option C' :/
User avatar #40 - eastbishop
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C. A. Final answer! Boom Logic'd
#43 to #40 - biras
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"I pick option 'C', with the answer itself being 'A'."
#27 - defectivetoast
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The correct choice would be answer C, the letter A.
User avatar #10 - Midirr
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Just answer:
"The alphabet starts with the letter A, so here that would be option C, the lower left one."
#14 to #10 - wootshop
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**wootshop rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at Deal with it ** even though to him thats the lower right
#42 to #14 - odinson
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#122 to #14 - Midirr
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#18 to #14 - anon id: 1450e6e2
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It's on a screen in front of him, and the options are displayed the same way in this picture as on the screen, so for the contestant, it would still be bottom left. The answers aren't just floating in the air in front of him. O_o
#90 - notsureifanon
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**notsureifanon rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Use your imagination ** HFW
**notsureifanon rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Use your imagination ** HFW