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Question 91
Q91

Difficulty

Hard

Skippable?

No

Bomb?

Yes (...5 sec)

Reference

None

Safe question?

No

Question 91 from the Impossible Quiz contains a simple lined paper, on which there's a note written in red by Splapp-Me-Do himself in first person. Said note goes as follows:
Dear Impossible Quiz player.
Allow me to give you a bit of advice on this question. The answer to this question is of course painfully simple, but by the time you have used your eyes to read this lovely letter, a bomb will most likely have appeared in the top right hand corner, counting down to your doom.
Oh, well. Good Luck!
Best wishes,
Splapp xx

And indeed, a while after you start reading, a 5-second bomb will suddenly appear in the top right hand corner of the screen!

The answer isn't exactly obvious, and the note was obviously there just to distract you, but after a few tries you might realize that to pass this question what you have to do is to move the mouse back and forth right under the third hole of the paper, until you start tearing it. Keep doing this while moving to the right side of the paper, and eventually you will have ripped it apart in half, making it fall out of sight.
Noskip You cannot skip this question.
 
TiqQ91 Ripped

Who has time to read?

Trivia

  • The idea of this question would be later recycled in Question 90 from The Impossible Quiz 2, with the difference that it was a normal but ridiculously long question message instead of a letter, it had actual options, and instead of a 5-second bomb it was one big heck of a 1-second bomb!

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