In ŌMythical Objects,Ķ Nathon Salmon attempts to solve GeachÕs Hob-Nob puzzle by invoking mythical objects. My aim in this paper is to show that this attempt is unsuccessful; if we are willing to countenance mythical objects, then we face analogues of GeachÕs puzzle which arise when our thinkings and wonderings are directed at those mythical objects themselves. SalmonÕs solution is impotent in the face of these latter puzzles; and because a true solution to the Hob Nob puzzle is a general solution—one which applies to all sentences of the Hob-Nob form—SalmonÕs is no solution at all.