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Puzzle ID:#49098
Fun:*** (2.14)
Difficulty:* (0.51)
Submitted By:wolvesstar97Aca*




Ricardo, Steve, and Will went to a restaurant. They each ordered different dishes, and when they left, they each took a different flavor of mint. The dishes that they ordered were Chicken Soup, Greek Salad, and Steak. The types of mints available were Classic, Lemon, and Menthol.


Ricardo did not order the steak.
The person that ordered the salad didn't have menthol.
Steve (who did not have the classic mint) did not order the salad.
Will ordered the soup.
Will did not have the lemon mint.
Steve did not have the menthol.
The person who ordered the soup did not have a classic mint.

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Oct 24, 2011

Fun and easy. Thanks!
Nov 01, 2011

Fun, but I think it was a slight bit too easy. Good job though
Nov 01, 2011

The last clue was not needed
Nov 20, 2012

Pretty good teaser if I do say so myself.
Nov 11, 2013

The last 3 clues actually were not needed.
Jan 12, 2015

vireed is wrong - you need at least one of the last 3 clues to figure out who got what mint. Without them, you know who ate what dish, but you just know that Ricardo didn't have the menthol mint and Steve didn't have the classic. If you add the next to last clue (Steve didn't have the menthol) you can figure out all the mints; either of the other two clues alone leaves at least two possibilities that need to be narrowed down further.
Jun 15, 2015

aye, two clues from the final three are to much ..
Sep 29, 2015


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