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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 05 Mar '05 04:49
    Ask yes or no questions to figure out the answer.
    A mans tire of his car was punctured but he was still able to drive to work(25 miles) and back (25 miles) with the car with the punctured tire. How is this possible?If u know the answer dont tell plz
  2. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    05 Mar '05 05:56
    Originally posted by benkoboy
    Ask yes or no questions to figure out the answer.
    A mans tire of his car was punctured but he was still able to drive to work(25 miles) and back (25 miles) with the car with the punctured tire. How is this possible?If u know the answer dont tell plz
    I have never heard this puzzle... and my guess would be it is a spare tire?

    Other than that, one of those new puncture proof tires?!

    Anyway, my question is... 'Is this tire a spare'?

    P
  3. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    05 Mar '05 13:19
    Originally posted by benkoboy
    Ask yes or no questions to figure out the answer.
    A mans tire of his car was punctured but he was still able to drive to work(25 miles) and back (25 miles) with the car with the punctured tire. How is this possible?If u know the answer dont tell plz
    Is the tire hollow?
    When the tire was punctured, did the air go out of it?
    When the tire was punctured, did the tire go flat?
    Was the tire attached to the axle in such a way that the car was rolling on it?
  4. 05 Mar '05 15:58
    A Thousand Young wins yes it was a spare tire good job ill post another soon
  5. 05 Mar '05 16:00
  6. 05 Mar '05 16:01
    A man was born before his father killed his mother and sister. How is this possible?
    Yes or No questions to figure out the answer.
  7. 05 Mar '05 16:02
    Sorry Bibit it was you I mistakened you for thousand young
  8. Standard member The Plumber
    Leak-Proof
    07 Mar '05 13:09
    Originally posted by benkoboy
    A man was born before his father killed his mother and sister. How is this possible?
    Yes or No questions to figure out the answer.
    Did you mean to say "after" not "before"?
  9. 07 Mar '05 20:55
    after but look at my other thread its the correct thing
  10. 24 Jul '05 20:50
    Originally posted by benkoboy
    A man was born before his father killed his mother and sister. How is this possible?
    Yes or No questions to figure out the answer.
    I know the answer to this one.

    His father was in the room when he was born, his mother died giving birth to him, so he 'killed' her, and his twin sister also died.


    I believe the correct version of this puzzle to be:

    A man was born before his father, killed his mother, and married his sister, and yet he was considered a pleasant a polite person to all those that knew him. Explain.

    The answer to this is partly given above, but I will leave you to figure out how he could marry his sister.
  11. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    24 Jul '05 21:31
    Originally posted by skims
    ...but I will leave you to figure out how he could marry his sister.
    Let us pray for a swift answer...
  12. 26 Jul '05 01:10
    ...he's a redneck?
  13. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    26 Jul '05 11:16
    Lol Nuns lol.
  14. 26 Jul '05 12:44
    The answer to this is partly given above, but I will leave you to figure out how he could marry his sister.[/b]
    He was a priest of something, so he married his sister to another man? I dont know..........
  15. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    26 Jul '05 13:44
    Originally posted by skims
    A man was born before his father, killed his mother, and married his sister, and yet he was considered a pleasant a polite person to all those that knew him. Explain.
    Someone doesn't know how to place commas and his father was a ba$tard?