Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Patch, Nov 2, 2012.
I made this just for you ...
You're trying too hard, mate! :lol:
Here is a puzzle for you all, from my youngest daughter.
Worth a try. If I said I'll have your babies too like I did to Libby will you let me win ...
Pretty please with a ...
You don't know the answer to my quiz so cheated by ignoring it. :lol:
Are you going to tell me Defren?
I cant work it out!!
Edexcel exam marking?
No am rubbish at those kind of puzzles. Happier dealing with these:
I give in whats the answer ?
Please Sir , If you reverse the first 2 and 3 and 7 you will see a fish the figure eight and a triangle . Oh and put the reversed figure next to the other in each case of course.
Patch said 'mirror' and Defren said No,. I thought they were images from a mirror too................ so I am still puzzled.
Put each pair together with the first reversed and you will see the pictures. There couldn't be two answers surely?
Just reverse he first not both as would happen with a mirror.
Or maybe there are many answers. Depending on how your mind works?
turn them inside out :roll:
OMG, it's Durian Riders... who let him out?!?
Is someone trying to 'hook' me. I seee the answers immediately - is this so you can laugh at me (no harm intended)?
2 + 2 Just reverse the the first '2' remove the + sign and abut the first '2' against the second - lay the two sideways and there is your fish (singular).
3 + 3 In similar fashion - reverse the first '3' and abut it to the second '3' and there is your figure '8'
7 + 7 Follow the above procedure but instead of abutting the two figures - overlay the top bar of the figure '7' and, voila, there is your inverse triangle.
And while you suckers sleep Borofergie takes the lead!
Watch out for the snail up front.