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A quick question to test mathematic abilities.

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Ask your friends quickly without notice, "If a hog and a half is a buck and a half, how much for all ten hogs?" See how many say $15..

 

Don't forget to ask them if they have seen your Henway. "What's a hen weigh?" is the normal response..

post #2 of 8

You could then tell them you saw mattababys on sale for 99c at the butchers....

 

 

The answer of course is Nuttin Honey.

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Originally Posted by Pit 4 Brains View Post

 

Don't forget to ask them if they have seen your Henway. "What's a hen weigh?" is the normal response..



Oh, about 3 or 4 pounds.

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M R Pigs

 

M R No Pigs

 

O S A R

 

L B    M R Pigs

 

 


Two red necks talking

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Originally Posted by SmokintheSMC View Post

M R Pigs

 

M R No Pigs

 

O S A R

 

L B    M R Pigs

 

 


Two red necks talking


Hadnt heard that in years.
 

post #6 of 8

M R Ducks

M R Not Ducks

O S A R

C M Wings

L B M R Ducks

post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 

MR DUCKS

MR NOT

OSAR

CDEDBD WINGS

YIB

MR DUCKS

 

 

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Even Super Man had woman problems 

 

 They are the Rubix's Cubes of life, that's for sure. No wonder man decided to search for extraterrestrials and the beginning of life. We definately don't want to make the same mistake twice.

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Q: When did Bourbaki stop writing books? 
A: When they realized that Serge Lang was a single person...


Teacher: What is 2k + k
Student: 3000!


Q: What do you get if you divide the cirucmference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? 
A: Pumpkin Pi!

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