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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 28 Mar '10 18:59
    Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one
    Micheal J fox has a small one
    Madonna doesn't have one
    The Pope has one but he never uses it
    Bill Clinton sas one and he uses it all the time!
    What is it?...
  2. Standard member clandarkfire
    Grammar Nazi
    28 Mar '10 21:18 / 1 edit
    OMG thats SO hard. Pun intended.

    Someone will come along soon enough and say its your last name though.
  3. 28 Mar '10 22:39
    Originally posted by sloppyb
    Madonna doesn't have one
    She does
  4. 28 Mar '10 23:24
    Originally posted by David113
    She does
    have what?
  5. Subscriber coquette
    Already mated
    29 Mar '10 00:22
    I'm like madonna. I have one but I only use the other one. This was way sooooo hard!
  6. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    29 Mar '10 11:03
    Originally posted by sloppyb
    Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one
    Micheal J fox has a small one
    Madonna doesn't have one
    The Pope has one but he never uses it
    Bill Clinton sas one and he uses it all the time!
    What is it?...
    A.S. should say "long" one, instead of "big" one. Use the language correctly.

    no such thing as a big last name....
  7. 29 Mar '10 12:38
    Originally posted by uzless
    A.S. should say "long" one, instead of "big" one. Use the language correctly.

    no such thing as a big last name....
    What about Mr. Big?
  8. 29 Mar '10 13:21
    Originally posted by mtthw
    What about Mr. Big?
    You mean User 31139?
  9. 29 Mar '10 22:44
    so no one knows the answer?
  10. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    29 Mar '10 22:50 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by sloppyb
    so no one knows the answer?
    Two people have already given the answer indirectly. I know the answer now.

    Last Name
  11. 31 Mar '10 10:26
    Originally posted by clandarkfire
    Someone will come along soon enough and say its your last name though.
    My first thought was along those lines, but I was thinking of the first letter of the last name due to the curious spelling of "fox". But I doubt Bill Clinton uses it all the time (e.g. when calling a family member). And "big" doesn't really fit for the first letter either. That would work better in German or Norwegian where capital letters are called big letters.
  12. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    31 Mar '10 10:30
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    My first thought was along those lines, but I was thinking of the first letter of the last name due to the curious spelling of "fox". But I doubt Bill Clinton uses it all the time (e.g. when calling a family member). And "big" doesn't really fit for the first letter either. That would work better in German or Norwegian where capital letters are called big letters.
    Isn't big and small referring to the size of the words?
  13. 31 Mar '10 10:40
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Isn't big and small referring to the size of the words?
    Words don't have a size, they have a length, as uzless pointed out. "Big words" are something quite different.
  14. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    31 Mar '10 12:26
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    Words don't have a size, they have a length, as uzless pointed out. "Big words" are something quite different.
    It has a size on my screen and it is a big size compared to the size of other words.