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4 guesses to Ancient Samson Riddle


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  • Jim

    What is sweeter than honey and what is stronger than a lion?

  • Crabman

    If bee’s are considered strong… those tiny wings lift that relatively large body… they do eat (all creatures do) and they produce sweet honey… so “honey”?

    Also some cultures consider their prays stomach contents a delicacy, could be an animal ate sugar cane and this was then consumed by a tribe that killed it.

    Or milk… cows are strong, and depending on what they eat milk-cream can be sweeter than usual.

  • Luca

    I see you’ve read the bible, dude. Interesting riddle nonetheless
    Oh and crabman. Jim’s question is the answer (Because it’s a retorical question)
    He implies that there is nothing sweeter than honey and that there’s nothing stronger than a lion.

  • Jim, you are today’s winner!
    Bees making a honeycomb in the carcass of a lion he had killed.