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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 11 Sep '06 07:10
    Two fathers and two sons went out to have dinner. All meals at where they were eating costed $5.How did they only have to pay $15?
  2. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    11 Sep '06 07:13
    Originally posted by Kongwei Ying
    Two fathers and two sons went out to have dinner. All meals at where they were eating costed $5.How did they only have to pay $15?
    They were only three. A man, his son and his son. Two sons, two fathers.

    skeeter
  3. 11 Sep '06 07:38
    Originally posted by Kongwei Ying
    Two fathers and two sons went out to have dinner. All meals at where they were eating costed $5.How did they only have to pay $15?
    They got a discount...?
  4. 11 Sep '06 08:27
    Could be but second guy's answer was what it was suposed to be
  5. 11 Sep '06 14:16
    everyone is someone's son.

    A grandfather, a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a cousin went out to eat. It only cost $5 total.
  6. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    12 Sep '06 00:49
    One of them did not eat.
  7. 12 Sep '06 07:19 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Coconut
    everyone is someone's son.
    Yes.
    He should have written it:
    "Two fathers along with their two sons..."
    or
    "Two fathers with one son respectively..."
    ...or something.
  8. 13 Sep '06 20:30 / 1 edit
    A grandfather, a dad and a son went to eat.

    The grandfather is a father of the dad and the dad is a father of the son. Two fathers.

    The dad is a son of the grandfather and he, the dad has a son. Two sons.