Clarifying...natives in the Arctic are about the farthest people there are from the nearest penguin, penguins genearally being indigenous to the South Atlantic and Antarctic coast. As such, no penguin eggs for them, barring of course the rare breed of penguin that lays it eggs with sufficient force to put them in low Earth orbit.
Clearly, I can subtract 5 from 25 as many times as I please, just not 'iteratively'. So if you interpret it as "how many consecutive subtractions of 5 from 25 are possible?", then richjohnson (1) is right. If you interpret it literally, "how many times can one subtract 5 from 25?", then clearly the answer is bounded only by one's stamina.
Originally posted by Omnislash Just as a guess, would it be a coffin?
I saw an old lady on the news quite some time ago that did buy her own coffin: she used it as a coffee table. She didn't want her family to be footed with the bill when she died, so she took care of all the details herself.
Now, while keeping your coffin in the house may be unusual. it certainly is no longer unusual for the buyer of the coffin to use it.
And who knows the ins and outs of coffin making? If I made coffins, I might make myself a muchos impressive coffin as a job perk. Personally, I tend to the 'plant me under a tree and sod the box' viewpoint, but then, I don't make coffins for a living either.