Okay, now *that’s* funny.
This is probably the best strip that he has done. However it contains a logical error making the premise false (one lies, one trvth tells, one alternates). I won’t spoil it for anyone who wants to figure out why it’s wrong, but you can see a short post at
website that explains it.
I laughed out loud.
KZK – there’s an emphasis on “Was”, which could mean he is implying that it was only in the past. So, the problem still works.
I believe this puzzle could be solvable if we consider the 1st head to be the one that’s supposed to tell the truth yet too stupid (or just “out of it”) to get it right.
Basically, it’d be solvable if head #1 weren’t being a slow-brained idiot.
Or maybe not.
Unless head #3 was just THAT distracted in panel 2…
This is unsolvable:
H2: The H3 was lying!
H3: H2 lies!
H2: Yes, H2 was lying!
H3: No, it wasn’t.
H3 self-contradicts. Therefore H3 can either always be lying or alternate. H2, on the other hand, can’t say, “I was lying” unless he is the one who alternates. This means H3 must always lie.
H3 H2′s admission of lie is a lie, meaning that he must have been telling the truth in the panel 2 statement asserting a lie.
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