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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. Donation Gburl
    The Elder
    20 Aug '03 16:30
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?
  2. 20 Aug '03 16:38
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?


    I'm becoming very suspicious ....
    Do you keep your ink in the fridge ?

    IvanH.
  3. Standard member Fiathahel
    Artist in Drawing
    21 Aug '03 07:14
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?
    You try to write a letter with it to Bush about some terrorist attack your planning. If you get a response, you had some invisible ink.
  4. Standard member TheMaster37
    Kupikupopo!
    21 Aug '03 10:48
    Shine a bright lamp on the paper you're writing on, It may be invisible, but it's still a fluid until it dries. Fluids reflect light..
  5. 21 Aug '03 15:30
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?
    you drop the bottle with ink (eh..or without if it's empty) on the floor 'by accident' then you know for sure that it is empty so you can get a new one.
  6. Standard member Fiathahel
    Artist in Drawing
    21 Aug '03 18:51
    Originally posted by Nuathala
    you drop the bottle with ink (eh..or without if it's empty) on the floor 'by accident' then you know for sure that it is empty so you can get a new one.
    But that's a waste of ink!
    Do you know how expensive invisible ink is?!?

    It is very hard to get, you know. Almost everybody spills their ink. I'm not sure of it, but I heared from somebody, who had heared it from a friend, who had heared it from the brother of the wife of the distributer of invisible ink that most people, when they are in doubt wether they have some invisible ink left, 'accidentaly' knock their bottle with ink on the floor, so they are sure they haven't any ink anymore.
  7. Standard member TheMaster37
    Kupikupopo!
    22 Aug '03 12:26
    What does it matter that you're out of invisible inkt anyways? No-one is going to see the difference...
  8. 22 Aug '03 15:05
    Originally posted by TheMaster37
    What does it matter that you're out of invisible inkt anyways? No-one is going to see the difference...


    You must be Dutch !!

    IvanH.
  9. 22 Aug '03 15:43
    Originally posted by TheMaster37
    What does it matter that you're out of invisible inkt anyways? No-one is going to see the difference...
    exept the one you are writing a secret letter to!

    by the way, you could try to write a secret letter to yourself, and if you can make the ink visible some way, you know you weren't out of invisible ink (but you still don't know whether you are out of invisible ink now because you used some of it)
  10. Donation ChessNut
    Lightly Salted...
    22 Aug '03 17:16
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?
    You'll know. You will b gin to not ce that let ers begin to go mis in when you wr e.
  11. 22 Aug '03 18:46
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?
    Weigh the bottle?
  12. 22 Aug '03 18:56
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?

    Check the bottle or whatever you keep it in.
    Invisible ink cannot be more "invisible" than water.

    IvanH.
  13. 22 Aug '03 20:37
    Originally posted by Gburl
    OK so how do you tell if you are out of invisible ink?


    I guess you're laughing your ass off, Gburl !

    IvanH.
  14. 29 Mar '05 19:01
    Write something & leave it to dry. The ink should appear if there is any ink
  15. Standard member PBE6
    Bananarama
    29 Mar '05 19:05
    Ask the bottle. If it doesn't answer, give it five across the eyes. It'll come around.