YESYES: Liar Paradox
Created on: August 30th, 2006
YESYES: Liar Paradox
Spoof of http://sexyparadox.ytmnd.com/ and http://liarparadox.ytmnd.com/

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August 30th, 2006
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scary...
August 30th, 2006
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heh... gave me a chuckle
August 30th, 2006
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There goes my motor skills.
August 30th, 2006
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yesyes.
August 30th, 2006
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lol! These make me headache.
August 30th, 2006
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Actually, this doesn't make sense, let alone funny, and it's supposed to be either. The others of this fad i've seen were either making sense, or funny. But this doesn't sound funny to me.
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LOL Why is YESYES gaining popularity now? Soon we will have a definite Fourth Universe and it will shun all others.
August 30th, 2006
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"Actually, this doesn't make sense, let alone funny, and it's supposed to be either. The others of this fad i've seen were either making sense, or funny. But this doesn't sound funny to me." I needed 2 of the same awnsers considering it was YESYES. I did what was most appropriate to complete the last dimension.
August 30th, 2006
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you win
August 30th, 2006
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I thought the paradox went "The Statement Below is False, The statement above is true."
August 30th, 2006
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I beat you a few hours ago: http://www.yesyesparadox.ytmnd.com/
August 30th, 2006
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gay
August 30th, 2006
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Since both statements are false, and each statement states that both are false, then it makes them both...true. True to the fact that they are both false. Take that, paradox.
August 30th, 2006
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No paradox here, one can be false, the other, true, and both would be correct.
August 30th, 2006
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azurok is asian
August 30th, 2006
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Let us see now. The top says the sentence below is false, and the bottom says the one above is false. Since the one above says the one on the bottom is false, that means the one on top is true, because the statement "the sentence above is false" is false, which means the top is true. True?
August 30th, 2006
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needs more ya rly
August 30th, 2006
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wow funny
August 30th, 2006
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this is dumb very very dumb
August 30th, 2006
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azn POWAR
August 30th, 2006
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i'm not even asian =o
August 30th, 2006
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:'( how could this happen to me?
August 31st, 2006
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LAWLLLLLLLLL NERPS UNITE NERP
August 31st, 2006
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The sentence below is True. The sentence above is False. meh
August 31st, 2006
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lies lies... all lies
August 31st, 2006
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"The sentence below is True. The sentence above is False. meh" Depends where you start off from. Let's start off from the begining. Starting from the top:If the sentense below is false, then the one above must be true. Starting from the bottom: If the sentense above is false, then the bottom one must be true.
August 31st, 2006
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If I had ask you it in a question form, none of them would of been completly true unless I indicated which statement comes first. Your awnser isn't incorrect though =P
August 31st, 2006
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Aagk...AAG...AAAAaaah *Head explodes*
August 31st, 2006
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THAT ISN'T EVEN A PARADOX, IT'S SUPPOSED TO SAY THE SENTENCE ABOVE IS TRUE.
August 31st, 2006
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no, not a paradox, if you act on the first assumption, you take the second to in fact be false, confirming the veracity of the above statement
August 31st, 2006
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it works the other way too
August 31st, 2006
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Way to go, you got it wrong.
August 31st, 2006
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way more of a paradox than other paradoxes...paradie? WHatever, it's better.
August 31st, 2006
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it doesn't confuse me, they are both false. I believe the gentlemen above me are correct. Liked the music though (YesYes is stupid)
August 31st, 2006
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Stop toying wtih me! ;_;
August 31st, 2006
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Should one of them say the other statement is true?
August 31st, 2006
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thanks for the headache, jerk!
August 31st, 2006
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head explodes
August 31st, 2006
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If you change the top one to true, it doesn't effect it in any way. =-o
August 31st, 2006
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No paradox here. Just stating false as a label instead of a condition would make it logical to the point of the acceptance that both statements are "labeled" as false but not neccisarily instructing the opposing to be made false.
August 31st, 2006
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noesnoes
August 31st, 2006
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This is not a paradox. Either of the statements could be true, leading the other to be false. This completes a logical circle, however, you cannot know which is true and which is false.
August 31st, 2006
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this isn't a paradox.
August 31st, 2006
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It's impossible for both to be false. I thought about it for awhile, but it ends up that the one on top is true and one on bottom is false. Because you read the top sentence first, which means since it has claimed the bottom one is false, thus, make the top one true by being false that the top was false.
August 31st, 2006
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Doesn't work because it's possible
August 31st, 2006
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The sentence below is true __________________________ The sentence above is false....
August 31st, 2006
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August 31st, 2006
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nod chosen one
October 4th, 2006
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stolen from whetstone
October 11th, 2006
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In no f*cking way is this stolen from whetstone, his YESYES liar paradox sucked bawls.
October 21st, 2006
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Just dependent on which one is seen first, if the first one is seen then the other one is false regardless of what is seen.
January 4th, 2007
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well, they're both false, so they're both true :-P