"Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May" is a poem by Robert Herrick. This poem portrays our existence on earth, and that people age as life goes on, and everything becomes boundless. Herrick here urges people to take advantage of youth and energy while they may! The poem is in the genre of carpe diem, to seize the day.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Answer this one please!

My cousin sent me this by email... I would like to know how you all think! Give it a shot!


A woman, while at the funeral of her own mother, met a guy whom she did not know. She thought this guy was amazing. She believed him to be her dream guy so much, that she fell in love with him right there, but never asked for his number and could not find him. A few days later she killed her sister.

Question: What is her motive for killing her sister? [Give this some
thought before you answer]

11 comments:

Hasan.B said...

So that she can meet him in the funeral again

Purgatory said...

The answer does not make sense.

Big Pearls said...

the answer that hasan gave is the only thing I can think of...

FourMe said...

I go with hasan.b's answer but other explanation is that her sister either is married to that dreamy man Or the sister took the number and started something with him.

eshda3wa said...

the mom left everything to the sister in her will

Ansam said...

hmmm interesting! I will give in more time to see more answers before I post again ;-)

..::Amu::.. said...

so that she can meet him in the funeral again!!

Hamitaf La B. said...

yup.... to meet the man in the sister's funeral..... oooooor... i dunno... because she was afraid that if she killed her father... the guy would come and be interested in her sister because her sister is prettier.....

(BTW: I saw ur sister today ;pPp.. now don't you go and kill her!!)

LayDeeLay said...

i agree wt hasan.b...

Nofers said...

maybe he is a police officer... or a judge? So this way she can meet him again?

Ansam said...

Pretty interesting I must say LOL

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