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(Original post by j4mes_bond25)
NOT quite I fear (but you are quite making me bored with your silly answer though :rolleyes:
Since when did your s transform into :rolleyes: s? Hmmm....
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(Original post by LemonLime)
or both
Now, I'm disappointed knowing your feelings towards me

The riddle asked for "few words" & technically "minus" seems more appropiate as its sign i.e. "-" you see :rolleyes:

The correct answer would be:

1 (foot) + 1 (foot) + 1 (foot) = 1 (yard)
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(Original post by Monteferro)
Since when did your s transform into :rolleyes: s? Hmmm....
Well that depends on the member of sex, who's around me, you see :rolleyes:

suits quite well when around a member of opposite sex while being around with male, I SURELY can't use that (UNLESS of course, I was a gay, which is not the case
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here is one:

a man turned off the light of the house and left! at that moment 326 person died!
how is that?


"btw i heard that when i was in England, so i think it might be known for u as most of you are from britain "
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here is one:

a man turned off the light of the house and left! at that moment 326 person died!
how is that?


"btw i heard that when i was in England, so i think it might be known for u as most of you are from britian "
Cos that man was working at tower house within a sea & switching off the light means ships won't be able to find their way & must've end-up in some fatal accident, I believe :rolleyes:
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"btw i heard that when i was in England, so i think it might be known for u as most of you are from britian "
i told ya, it must be well known in UK!!!
ya it's right!!! but i think the answer i was tod was : light house! which is i think the same
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i told ya, it must be well known in UK!!!
ya it's right!!! but i think the answer i was tod was : light house! which is i think the same
Well, NOT all people in UK knows it (only few are genius, as you've just witnessed

The official name is in fact, "light house" however, I couldn't think of the right word here, I fear
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HEHEHE english is my second language, yet i know it more than u (first language) :P just kidding
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If two hours ago, it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning, what time would it be now?
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If two hours ago, it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning, what time would it be now?
Let me take couple of Paracetamol first :confused:
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here is one:

A man went to another city on Monday, stayed there for 5 days, and came back on Wednesday. How is that?
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here is one:

A man went to another city on Monday, stayed there for 5 days, and came back on Wednesday. How is that?
his horses were called monday and wednesday.

answer my riddle
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If two hours ago, it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning, what time would it be now?
9pm.
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HEHEHE english is my second language, yet i know it more than u (first language) :P just kidding
OK.... OK, NO need to patronise me here Don't forget, I'm merely a HUMAN :rolleyes:
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9pm.
yep
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his horses were called monday and wednesday.
that's right!!!
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A farmer had a stone that he used to measure grain on his scale. One day his neighbor borrowed the stone, and when he returned, it was broken into four pieces. The neighbor was very apologetic, but the farmer thanked the neighbor for doing him a big favor. The farmer said that now he can measure his grain in one pound increments starting at one pound all the way to forty pounds using these four stones.

How much do the four stones weigh?
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1, 3, 9 and 27 pounds
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Another one for all you geniues around :rolleyes:

A cop was walking past a restaurant when he heard someone scream - "No John, not the gun !"

He ran inside and and saw a doctor, a lawyer, a milkman, and a dead body on the floor.

He promptly walked over to the milkman and arrested him. He didn't witness the shooting and there was no apparent evidence to prove who shot the person and no one told him who the killer was..........
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The milkman was the only bloke in the group?
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