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OK, lets see if we can get this going, never too late to learn :

Did you know that the Monach butterfly travels approx 5000 miles when migrating from Canada to Mexico ?

Lets keep this going to take our minds of the current crisis, share your useful or none useful info, we may learn something.

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Monarch butterfly ,

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Kola bears sleep 22 hours a day. They are my spirit animal.

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Did you know that if you rest one of your testicles on the top of an empty beer bottle, and hold a naked flame at the base, eventually it gets sucked inside.

If you did know this, and you know how to get it out, please message me

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Not sure your science is quite correct, flame needs to be inside the bottle, therefore answering your own question stand near a wall and wait for the dance to start.

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It's a little known fact that hippos fart through their mouths!

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It's a little known fact that hippos fart through their mouths!
It could be 'little known' because it isn't true! - not that I've checked!

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What's a kola bear Erol..... new one on me

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What's a kola bear Erol..... new one on me
It is like a koala bear but a bit better looking ;)

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Did you know that John Wanes birth name was Marion

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The second International Radiotelegraph Convention met in London, England in 1912. It adopted international maritime radio communication standards that updated the ones approved by the first International Radiotelegraph Convention held in Berlin in 1906. The new Convention was signed on July 5, 1912 and became effective on July 1, 1913.

The US was assigned the following broadcast radio call sign letters... W. A. N. K. These were and are still used to this day.

W is radio stations east of the Mississippi
A reserved military use (Army)
N reserved military use (Navy)
K is radio stations west of the Mississippi

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If you could fold a piece of paper 51 times, its thickness would exceed the distance from here to the Sun.

In ancient Greek the word idiot meant anyone who wasn’t a politician.

Between 1960 and 1977 the secret code authorizing US presidents to launch nuclear missiles was 00000000

In 117AD Emperor Hadrian declared attempted suicide by soldiers a form of desertion and made it a capital offense

2,520 is the smallest number that can be exactly divided by all the numbers 1 to 10

When Einstein published his Theory of General Relativity the New York Times sent their golfing correspondent to interview him.

The Archbishop of Manila from 1974-2003 was called Cardinal Sin
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Everyone knows that the phrase catch 22 although not all completely understand what it is.
Most know the phrase comes from the novel of the same name but did you know it should have been catch 18 that passed into common usage?

A Catch-22 is a paradoxical situation from which an individual cannot escape because of contradictory rules or limitations.

The particular catch 22 in Joseph’s Hellers book was that during WW2 each crew had to complete 25 combat missions to be eligible to come home. Statistics at the time showed that each crew member had average of a 1 in 4 chance of surviving more than 12 to 14 missions and in the book missions kept being raised and the only way out was insanity.

However any crew member requesting mental evaluation for insanity—hoping to be found not sane enough to fly and thereby escape dangerous missions—demonstrates his own sanity in creating the request and thus cannot be declared insane.

I’d highly recommend the book to anyone who hasn’t read it and also the recent mini-series which even Head Office enjoyed despite it not having two women overacting in a launderette which seems to be her usual preferred fare.

A couple of well-known quotes from the book which most will know without necessarily knowing they where they are from are;

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you

Some men are born mediocre, some men achieve mediocrity, and some men have mediocrity thrust upon them.

The interesting thing is the phrase Catch 22 which has passed into common language was going to originally be Catch 18.
Heller was told to change it by his publisher after the popular Mila 18 was published a short time beforehand by the more well-known Leon Uris.

It was Heller’s first novel and took him 13 years to write. He wouldn’t publish another for 13 years and only wrote 7 novels in 40 years. The sequel to Catch 22, Closing Time didn’t appear for 33 years after the original and isn’t particularly good tbh.

He was often told that he never wrote another novel as good as Catch-22, he always relied, 'Who has?'

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The Marshall McLuhan book widely believed to be titled "The Medium is the Message" is actually titled "The Medium Is the Massage"

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EnjoyingTheSun wrote:
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In ancient Greek the word idiot meant anyone who wasn’t a politician.
In modern Britain and the USA the word idiot means anyone who is a politician

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I was talking to a spider this morning, seemed a nice chap, he said he was a web designer. Okay i'll get me coat.

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EnjoyingTheSun wrote:
Wed 25 Mar 2020 3:47 pm
Did you know that if you rest one of your testicles on the top of an empty beer bottle, and hold a naked flame at the base, eventually it gets sucked inside.

If you did know this, and you know how to get it out, please message me

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Take a deep breath and pull, or smash the bottle, while taking a deep breath. I was going to ask why you didn't try it on a plum, but...

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erol wrote:
Wed 25 Mar 2020 6:45 pm
Cally wrote:
Wed 25 Mar 2020 6:41 pm
What's a kola bear Erol..... new one on me
It is like a koala bear but a bit better looking ;)
Is it cube shaped and sugar coated?

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Take a deep breath and pull, or smash the bottle, while taking a deep breath. I was going to ask why you didn't try it on a plum, but...
Was asking for a friend :00ps

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Apparently after a week of staying at home and not going to work many are developing a scouse accent.

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EnjoyingTheSun wrote:
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2,520 is the smallest number that can be exactly divided by all the numbers 10 to 10
This makes no sense....

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It's a typo - he meant 1 to 10...

The sum 5x7x8x9 is divisible by every number from 1 to 10

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Keithcaley wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 7:33 pm
It's a typo - he meant 1 to 10...

The sum 5x7x8x9 is divisible by every number from 1 to 10
Yes sausage fingers, fixed now

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Groucho wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 4:06 pm
EnjoyingTheSun wrote:
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In ancient Greek the word idiot meant anyone who wasn’t a politician.
In modern Britain and the USA the word idiot means anyone who is a politician
Kind of rolled that across an open goal for you there

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Keithcaley wrote:
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It's a typo - he meant 1 to 10...

The sum 5x7x8x9 is divisible by every number from 1 to 10
In a similar vein here’s a good one, no googling

With a 40 pound rock you can break it into four pieces and with a combination of those pieces can measure every weight between 1 and 40 pounds.

Eg If you have 2 rocks of 10 and 15 pounds you can obviously measure either 10lbs or 15lbs with one of the rocks. or if you put one on each side of a set of scales you can measure 5lbs or put both on one side of the scales to measure 25lbs.

What are the weights of the 4 pieces?

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A cute trick for 11 times two digit numbers...

Take the two digits add them together and insert the sum in between the two digits.... hey presto you have the answer... e.g.

to work out 11 x 17.... 1 + 7 = 8 therefore 1 8 7 is the answer....

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EnjoyingTheSun wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 8:08 pm
Keithcaley wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 7:33 pm
It's a typo - he meant 1 to 10...

The sum 5x7x8x9 is divisible by every number from 1 to 10
In a similar vein here’s a good one, no googling

With a 40 pound rock you can break it into four pieces and with a combination of those pieces can measure every weight between 1 and 40 pounds.

Eg If you have 2 rocks of 10 and 15 pounds you can obviously measure either 10lbs or 15lbs with one of the rocks. or if you put one on each side of a set of scales you can measure 5lbs or put both on one side of the scales to measure 25lbs.

What are the weights of the 4 pieces?
Assuming you mean every whole number weight ? Have not googled. Have not calculated to all whole number to 40 but have done enough to take a punt

rock weights of 1 , 3 , 9 and 27 (total 40)

calculations as follows

1 = 1
2 = 3 - 1
3 = 3
4 = 3 + 1
5 = 9 -3 - 1
6 = 9 - 3
7 = 9 - 6 + 1
8 = 9 - 1
9 = 9
10 = 9 + 1
11 = 9 + 3 -1
12 = 9 + 3
13 = 9 + 3 + 1
14 = 27 - 9 - 3 - 1
15 = 27 - 9 - 3
16 = 27 - 9 - 3 + 1
17 = 27 - 9 + 1
18 = 27 - 9
19 = 27 - 9 + 1
20 = 27 - 9 + 3 -1
21 = 27 - 9 + 3
22 = 27 - 9 + 3 + 1
23 = 27 - 3 - 1

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erol wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 8:41 pm

rock weights of 1 , 3 , 9 and 27 (total 40)
Is the correct answer.
Given the obvious pattern I’ve always wondered if you put in a 81 pound rock whether you could use those rocks to measure everything up to 121 pounds but could never be bothered to work it through.

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As we have seen with coronavirus as at most times like this, new words enter common usage which will probably soon disappear.
Here are a few words that don't actually exist for common or not so common actions but maybe should.

The words used are actual place names which sadly also aren't used enough

Acaster Malbis n. One who stands at a pelican crossing, watches you press the wait button, and then presses it again.

Amazonia pl.n. Small last-minute gifts ordered online to top up a main present that the giver suspects won’t be good enough on its own.

Arbroath n. Throat-clearing designed to alert passers-by to your presence in the lavatory.

Arbuckle Junction n. That point in the task where you realise it’s going to be a lot harder than you thought.

Badgers Mount n. The sexual position you knew wouldn’t work despite your partner’s eagerness to try it.

Belltrees pl.n. The numbered options you’re offered by an automated answering service, none of which you want.

Belmunging v. Passing on gossip divulged to you on condition it went no further, on the strict understanding that it goes no further.

Bempton n. A complete stranger who inexplicably singles you out for a buffeting on the dodgems.

Blindcrake v. To fumble under the dashboard for the bonnet release.

Buding v. Making friends with someone by finding things in common you both dislike.

Caterham n. An overwhelming desire to use the Pope’s hat as an oven glove.

Coptiviney n. Large body of traffic cautiously trailing behind what looks like a police car but is actually a Highways Agency van.

Cricklade n. The ‘secret question’ that fails to help you remember a password.

Crunwear n. Clothes you have for when no one is looking.

Curry Rivel n. Something on the menu thoughtfully provided for those who’ve come to the wrong place: an omelette in an Indian restaurant; a pizza in a Greek restaurant; a vegetable in an Argentine restaurant.

Cutsyke v. To pull every knife out of the block in search of the bread knife.

Danby Wiske n. The piece of kitchen equipment you never use which makes the drawer impossible to shut.

Dorking ptcpl.v. Doing work in an office that you know is of absolutely no benefit to anyone but which they’re willing to pay you for anyway.

Erquery n. Collection of instruction manuals for electrical equipment you’ve forgotten you ever owned.

Eworthy adj. Of a person: worth emailing but not worth phoning or meeting.

Farthinghoe n. A carefree little laugh after breaking wind in Pilates.

Flappit Spring n. A fancy-dress costume no one can identify.

Framingham Pigot n. A tap on the outside wall of a house that has never worked.

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erol wrote:
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for more

https://books.google.com.cy/books?id=Lu ... &q&f=false
There is the Meaning of Liff available on kindle but not apparently the Deeper Meaning of Liff

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After two weeks of no live TV sport I spotted a beautiful woman sitting on my sofa;
she informed me that I was her husband!!!!

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Whatever you have got I want some. This remindes me of the 1960's . Heh man!!! Haven't a clue what you are talking about. Same as the 60's.

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Why does the Isle of Man have three legs?
The Three Legs Motto has been associated with the symbol since about 1300 A.D. “Quocunque Jeceris Stabit” literally translates to “Whithersoever you throw it, it will stand.”

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thornaby wrote:
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It's a little known fact that hippos fart through their mouths!

People also mistakenly believe that hippos fart through their mouth. This myth is explained by the biological position of the hippo’s stomach and digestive system. Hippo stomachs are at the front of their bodies, so the theory suggests that they fart out of the front and not the back. However, this claim has been conclusively debunked.

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all wrong so far...

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48 ?

pair of shoes = 10 so one shoe =5 ?
evil man = 5 ?
2 cones = 4 ? one cone = 2 ?
evil man holding 2 cones = 5+4 = 9 ?
evil man holding 2 cones wearing pair of shoes = 9+10 = 19 ?

so

(5 + 19) *2 = 48 ?

or

5 + (19 *2) = 43 ?

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