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I have a riddle for all of you to answer!

 

what is the difference between never forgetting and always remembering?answer without the use of the meanings!(of forget and remember)

 

 Mar 14, 2015

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I think Anonymous and Melody were both onto something . . . so I just took the liberty to expand on their reasoning a bit, if they don't mind:)

 

They both mentioned negative and positive, as "never" has a negative connotation and "always" has a positive connotation.

 

So,

"Never forget" would mean that something was such a horrible experience that you could not erase it from your mind (negative), while "always remember" would mean that something was such a good experience that you believe your memory has engraved it in your mind until the end of time.

 

So while both essentially mean that your brain has stored the memory, they would correspond to different emotions.

 

^That's my two cents' worth, anyways:)

 Mar 15, 2015
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I'm afraid you've stumped me, rosala.....!!!!!

I've got no clue........

 

  

 Mar 14, 2015
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lets see if another genius comes.......im hoping this will be cracked soon!

 

 Mar 14, 2015
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Same thing, just one is a positive way of putting it and the other is negative.

 Mar 14, 2015
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thats too short.......something more is needed!

 

 Mar 14, 2015
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I get that a lot!

 Mar 14, 2015
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i could've broken the say.....only if i hadnt said it!

 

 

 Mar 14, 2015
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One is never and the other is always so they are opposites.

(Kind of like negative and positive )

 Mar 14, 2015
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Melody it isnt still solved......you said never and always...whats the difference?think again never and always.....i thinky ou should add this in brain teaser!

 

 Mar 14, 2015
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I will give it a puzzle icon for now and if I like your final answer I will add it to the puzzle thread then.  OK?

 Mar 14, 2015
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There is none 

nah i just always forget to remember

 Mar 14, 2015
 #11
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Best Answer

I think Anonymous and Melody were both onto something . . . so I just took the liberty to expand on their reasoning a bit, if they don't mind:)

 

They both mentioned negative and positive, as "never" has a negative connotation and "always" has a positive connotation.

 

So,

"Never forget" would mean that something was such a horrible experience that you could not erase it from your mind (negative), while "always remember" would mean that something was such a good experience that you believe your memory has engraved it in your mind until the end of time.

 

So while both essentially mean that your brain has stored the memory, they would correspond to different emotions.

 

^That's my two cents' worth, anyways:)

kitty<3 Mar 15, 2015
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so anyone wanna give it a final try....after all the "clarifying"?

 Mar 16, 2015
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Nope.  I think we need YOUR answer now Rosala.  :)

 Mar 16, 2015

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