1. DonationJacko
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    22 Mar '05 20:06
    Im heavy going forward, but not going back.

    What am i??

    David
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    22 Mar '05 20:11
    Originally posted by Jacko
    Im heavy going forward, but not going back.

    What am i??

    David
    The word 'heavy'?
  3. DonationJacko
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    22 Mar '05 20:11
    nope
  4. Standard memberPBE6
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    22 Mar '05 20:22
    Originally posted by Jacko
    nope
    I've got this G.D. riddle sewn up. The answer is:

    TON!!!

  5. DonationJacko
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    22 Mar '05 20:39
    Originally posted by PBE6
    I've got this G.D. riddle sewn up. The answer is:

    TON!!!

    yup, pretty easy really...


    how about a woman has 7 children, half are guys, there is no sex changes....how?

    David
  6. Standard memberPBE6
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    22 Mar '05 21:03
    Originally posted by Jacko
    yup, pretty easy really...


    how about a woman has 7 children, half are guys, there is no sex changes....how?

    David
    That one's a bit stumpier. One was stillborn?
  7. Berks.
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    22 Mar '05 21:14
    You never said how many were girls.

    They could all be guys for all the question asks.
  8. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    22 Mar '05 22:00
    Originally posted by Jacko
    yup, pretty easy really...


    how about a woman has 7 children, half are guys, there is no sex changes....how?

    David
    Four guys, four girls, if you include the mother.
  9. DonationJacko
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    23 Mar '05 10:42
    Originally posted by Peakite
    You never said how many were girls.

    They could all be guys for all the question asks.
    yup, they are ally guys

    how about a train leaves london on the way to glasgow at 12.45am at 70mph and a train leaves glasgow at 1.45pm at 65mph, who is nearer to london when they pass?

    David
  10. Standard memberAlcra
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    23 Mar '05 10:51
    Originally posted by Jacko
    yup, they are ally guys

    how about a train leaves london on the way to glasgow at 12.45am at 70mph and a train leaves glasgow at 1.45pm at 65mph, who is nearer to london when they pass?

    David
    Do the timezones matter?

    Is the wind blowing?

    Are the trains full?

    (Actually, they are equally close when they pass, as they are at the same spot!)

  11. DonationJacko
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    23 Mar '05 12:00
    quite right, im making these too easy, but i know no harder ones 🙁

    David
  12. Standard memberjimmyb270
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    23 Mar '05 12:30
    Originally posted by Alcra
    Do the timezones matter?

    Is the wind blowing?

    Are the trains full?

    (Actually, they are equally close when they pass, as they are at the same spot!)

    Not nessacarily, that answer assumes a direct course from London to Glasgow. If the track meanders a bit it might, for instance, go from east to west for a bit, in which case one of the trains will be a little bit closer to London.

    Pedantic, me?
  13. Standard memberAlcra
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    23 Mar '05 12:33
    Originally posted by jimmyb270
    Not nessacarily, that answer assumes a direct course from London to Glasgow. If the track meanders a bit it might, for instance, go from east to west for a bit, in which case one of the trains will be a little bit closer to London.

    Pedantic, me?
    I did consider that - the train lengths - where do they "meet" etc.

    Pedantic no, accurate yes (or so I like to tell people!)

  14. Standard membergenius
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    2 boxers are in a boxing match scheduled for 12 round. However, one knocks the other out after 6 rounds, but neither man throws a punch! this is ordinary boxing, not kickboxing or anything, and no rules are broken. how is this possible?!?
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    24 Mar '05 12:48
    Originally posted by genius
    2 boxers are in a boxing match scheduled for 12 round. However, one knocks the other out after 6 rounds, but neither man throws a punch! this is ordinary boxing, not kickboxing or anything, and no rules are broken. how is this possible?!?
    Is it something to do with boxer-shorts?
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