OH, I get it... So, when ou answer "no" the first time, the program that controlls wether you are in or out of the safari zone basically gets the message "reverse, yes" meaning that the original, expected answer is yes, so when "no" is said, the program does not accept it as no, but as "reverse function, and then accept". So, when "no" is answered again, the function reverses again, so the game thinks that you said "yes", and lets you out. BUT, since you DID answer "no", other "no" options, like keeping the riles of the safari zone still apply. So, the point of doing all of this is to end up OUTSIDE the safari zone, but WITH the safari rules. And, when your time runs out, the game wants to boot you out of the "safari zone" you are in, but can't, since there are no doors in the area to boot you out of. So, there's Glitch City.