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Post by AlexMacDonald6 » 14-11-2006 03:30

they are round because when a fat guy really has to go, in the middle of the street, he just sits on the manhole and lets it rip like a toilet seat,

you always has to accomidate the fat people!

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Post by Nicky » 14-11-2006 14:38

some immense logicallity here :lol:

Most people reading this have a MOUSE in their hand.
Another thing that can be held in your hand is a cup.
A type of cup is a grail.
"The Holy Grail" is a film by the Python's
A python is a type of snake.
Another type of snake is a rattlesnake
A rattlesnake rattles and so do marracca's
A marracca is a musical instrument and so is a drum.
Drums are played with sticks.
Another thing that sticks is CEMENT!!!!!!!! :D

I could have made it longer but I got bored lol
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Post by a devout uncyclopedian » 14-11-2006 22:39

a mouse squeeks.
new sneakers squeek as well.
sneakers are typical running shoes.
a well known running shoes' brand is Puma.
a puma is a large cat.
cats love mice.
mice love cheese.
cheese doesn't have nerves capable of receiving 'information' about their environment, and thus cannot love anything.
anything can happen in the next second.
in the next second shit can happen.
shit can be hard when dried up.
what also becomes rocksolid when dried up is superglue.
what you should definitely not use superglue on is your pet.
a typical pet is a cat.
cats love mice.
mice love cheese.
cheese is a substance made from milk.
milk is white.
another white substance is doveshit.
doveshit is commonly found on cement.
so cement can be either grey or white, just like mice!!

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Post by meep98324 » 15-11-2006 04:06

nicky wins!

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Post by Nicky » 15-11-2006 17:34

*tentatively bows*

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Post by Nicky » 15-11-2006 17:35

Here's a good one :)

Who can get from BUTTER to FUN in 2 logical moves :lol:

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Post by Kisa » 15-11-2006 17:36

B=F and TTER=N

short version ...

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Post by Nicky » 15-11-2006 17:38

That's not very fun :( My method is funny :)

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Post by meep98324 » 15-11-2006 23:58

butter is yellow.
so is the sun.
the sun rhymes with fun.
(or is that three moves?)

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Post by Nicky » 21-11-2006 16:38

That would be 2 moves ;)

Here's mine :D:D:D:D:D

Churning butter by hand is similar to a popular male "hobby"
Hobbies are fun ;)

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Post by Nicky » 21-11-2006 18:32

New question...

What is seven times four?

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Post by Kisa » 21-11-2006 18:33

If you say it in front of the monitor, it might be a wet screen :D

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Post by Nicky » 21-11-2006 18:35

:D

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Could pron technology be used for wider implications?

Post by Farmer Suiticles » 05-12-2006 01:06

I've recently been introduced to the perplexing technological-phenonemon known as 'notpron' from a newly aquainted friend of mine. I'm not ashamed to admit, however, that in those dizzy moments between the introduction of a new puzzle - and the discovery of the solution - my mind has wandered somewhat.

The human mind will always search for the obvious answer to problems or the easiest way out.

In the absence of neither it is left to the individual to follow a set of internal rules to discover the conclusion.

In order to find the solutions to the problems presented, everyone goes through a different thought process to get the answer before proceeding to the next problem.

Much like life itself.

As it's a psychological (as opposed to being a phsysiological) game, do you wonder, for instance, if it would be interesting if not one, but several answers existed for each connundrum that would ultimately reveal more about the individual participating beyond their ability to solve puzzles?

And if so, could such programs be implicated for wider purposes to coincide with the tesco club-card and electoral-role scheme, for instance?


I'm new, so go easy on me, eh?
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Post by Zaphira » 06-12-2006 02:04

Nicky wrote: New question...

What is seven times four?



"seven times four" is "six feet under"

'couse time is money
and money is the root of evil
and isn't evil equal to 666?
:D

well - without explanation it would sound less logical and more creative... am i right?

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