Brain Teaser

kaos

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#41
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Beeaitch was correct :D
 


#42
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:D cool, um...

Imagine you're in a room where the walls, floor and roof are made out of 5 inch thick steel. There is nothing else in the room with you and there are no doors or windows. How do you get out?
 


rbeldua

Honorable Member
#43
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i would stop imagining :ahaha:
 


#44
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Nice! You're up ;)
 


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#46
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:O Cheats and hax lol
 


rbeldua

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#47
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:O Cheats and hax lol
hahaha...we are the borg resistance is futile.:demon:

A man shoots his wife.
Then he holds her under water for over 5 minutes.
Finally, he hangs her.
But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy the evening.
How can this be?
 


alfred01

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#48
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Inflatable wife? :skull:
 


rbeldua

Honorable Member
#49
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:rofl: hi david! No, its not an Inflatable wife but good guess though... :skull:.


its clue time: it does'nt need bullets to shoot her.:redface:
 


#50
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Got me stumped :/ haha
 


patcooke

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#51
I reckon the shot is taken on a camera, the print of the photograph is hel uner water to wash it and then hung to dry.
 


rbeldua

Honorable Member
#52
I reckon the shot is taken on a camera, the print of the photograph is hel uner water to wash it and then hung to dry.
:applaud: ding, ding, ding....you got it...you're up!
 


patcooke

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#53
Hardest part is thinking of another one! - Here goes:

Conversation between a customer an a shopkeeper -
"How much will one cost?"
"Thirty Pence."
"How much will fifteen cost?"
"Sixty Pence."
"Thank you - I'll take one hundred and sixteen."
"That will be ninety pence please."
Explain please.
 


kaos

Senior Member
#54
ok theory work

why does he need 116 of these, it has to be a supermarket offer, like buy 2 get one free :p, or something like a carboot sale , or something like a homless man asking for some sort sweets

can i ask , is it ASDA - WALLMART becauase they have some amazing offers on
 


kaos

Senior Member
#55
ok drum roll please



he is buying house numbers, each number costs so many pence

so buying house number 1 costs 30 pence
buying a seperate number costs 30 pence too

so
1 = 30p
1 = 30p
6 = 30p
= 90 p total

i think :p
 


kaos

Senior Member
#56
ok drum roll please



he is buying house numbers, each number costs so many pence

so buying house number 1 costs 30 pence
buying a seperate number costs 30 pence too

so
1 = 30p
1 = 30p
6 = 30p
= 90 p total
 


patcooke

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Staff member
Premium Supporter
Microsoft MVP
#57
ok drum roll please



he is buying house numbers, each number costs so many pence

so buying house number 1 costs 30 pence
buying a seperate number costs 30 pence too

so
1 = 30p
1 = 30p
6 = 30p
= 90 p total
Yep - that's it - my dad told me that one when I was a kid - and I'm 65!
 


kaos

Senior Member
#58
that was really hard lol

ok

i am so small i get put in the corner out of the way, but so many people know me around the world

what am i ?

( kaos kyrptics :) lol
 


rbeldua

Honorable Member
#59
a news paper?:confused:
 


#60
A postage stamp?
 


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