Riddle answer: How can you leave a room with two legs and return with six legs?
Solution: There are multiple ways you could do this, and the main differences between the sets of legs you return with are whether they are attached to something or not. You could remove the legs from a table, a chair, a four-legged animal, insect, or other living creature (which, for the purposes of the question, the previous vitality of the creature is irrelevant), multiple two-legged creatures, you could return with some of the legs of a creature that has more than four, even. Alternatively, you could carry the same table or chair into the room with you, or lead two individual two-legged creatures, four creatures who were previously two-legged but for whatever reason had one of their two legs amputated
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