# ANCIENT GREEK RIDDLE NOBODY GETS

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what has 4 legs in the morning, 2 in the afternoon,  3 in the evening and is weakest when it has most? Answer right andyou get another riddle called Riddle which is IMPOSSIBLE to answer.

A HUMAN(4 LEGS THAT IS A BABY,2 LEGS AN ADULT AND AN AGED PERSON 3 LEGS THE TWO LEGS AND A WALKING STICK).

It's a man. I've heard it a lot of time and people answer almost instantly. It's not impossible.

answered Mar 5, 2017 by (132,810 points)
An aging person?
answered Mar 5, 2017 by (129,930 points)
A human
answered Mar 6, 2017 by anonymous
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It's a person.

As a baby, they crawl, thus they're on "four" legs. And babies are unsteady so they're weakest when they have the most, which is four.

As an old person, they could be walking with a cane, thus they walk with "three" legs.
answered Mar 15, 2017 by Waynie
Thats what i think too.

A baby walks on four legs (crawls), it's weak.

A toddler-middle aged person walks on two legs

A elderly person walks on two legs and uses a cane

However, I think this should be rephrased. Morning, afternoon, and evening have absolutely nothin to do with it. It should be,

"What has four legs in the beginning, two in the middle, and three in the end. When it has the most legs it's the weakest."

Anyway, that's just my opinion. Other than that one part, it's a good riddle!
answered Mar 15, 2017 by anonymous
+1 vote
A baby has four legs adults have two old people have walkers or canes so,HUMAN!!!!!!!
answered May 20, 2017 by (4,330 points)
+1 vote

Man (or woman). A baby crawls on all fours, then walks on two legs as an adult and uses two legs and a cane when they're old.

answered Jun 30, 2017 by (200,720 points)
i like the or woman part