6 December 2007

Answer to the "What's wrong here?" puzzle

Recently, the following message has been forwarded from user to user all over Facebook:

Whats wrong here

AAA
BBB
CCC
DDD
EEE
FFF
GGG
HHH
III
JJJ
KKK
LLL
MMM
NNN
OOO
PPP
QQQ
RRR
SSS
TTT
UUU
VVV
WWW
XXX
YYY
ZZZ

Did you know that 80% of UCSD students could not find the error above? Repost this with the title "what's wrong here", and when you click "post ", the answer will be really obvious.

Judging by the number of posts to discussion forums about the question in this chain message, it has left many people bewildered.

Instead of staring at the pattern trying to identify an irregularity and giving yourself eye strain, consider what might have been the intentions of the author who created this chain message. The author claims that the answer will somehow be revealed if the message is posted again, which of course is nonsense.

There is no error in the pattern and the message is a prank. The author has created a chain message that spreads rapidly while perplexing users with a question that they cannot answer.

3 comments:

Catch said...

either that, or the lack of question mark after the word 'here' is the deliberate error and the groups of letters are just there to throw you off.

either way, it's retarded.

Rach said...

No, you're all stupid. Why? There should be an apostrophe in 'what's' at the top. That's why it says at the bottom, repost this with 'what's wrong here' in the heading so you figure it.

Honestly.

Anonymous said...

I was going to say what the other 2 said.

You could also say that
'KKK'
is wrong.