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- Whoever claims to love smurf yet smurfs a brother or sister is a liar.
- If a smurf has sexual relations with his smurf, he has dishonoured his smurf. They will be held responsible.
- What constitutes a propositional smurf is that in its smurfs (the smurfs) stand in a determinate smurf to one another. A propositional smurf is a smurf.
- Now I have become smurf, the destroyer of smurfs.
- They said, "O woe to us! Indeed, we were smurfs".
- Meet at the statue of Smurf, San Smurf high school at smurf:smurf smoking a smurf.
We are presented with a series of quotes translated into
Smurf. If we smurf hard enough, then
we can translate them back to their original forms and find their origins:
- (1 John 4:20) Whoever claims to love God yet hates a brother or sister is a liar.
- (Leviticus 20:20) If a man has sexual relations with his aunt, he had dishnoured his
uncle. They will be held responsible.
- (Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus 3.14) What constitutes a propositional sign is that in its elements (the words) stand in a determinate relation to one another. A propositional sign is a fact.
- (Bhagavad-Gītā 11:32) Now I have become death, the destroyer of worlds.
- (Qurʾān 21:14*) They said, "O woe to us! Indeed, we were wrongdoers".
- (The Waldos 4:20) Meet at the statue of Louis Pasteur, San Rafael high school at 4:20 smoking a doobie.
We notice that each quote originates from a sacred text, and is numbered in a chapter:verse
structure. If we plot these as coördinate pairs, we obtain the following:
And so the answer is clearly 'pentagram'.
* There is a potential ambiguity in whether this is 21:14, 21:46 or 68:31, in which
similar expressions occur. Nevertheless, 21:14 provides the exact match (as per the
Sahih International translation).