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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by lookout, Jan 29, 2007.
How much can a wood chuck chuch if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
What are you, new?
It's "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?"
The answer is "as much as he could."
The square root times pi of the number of pancakes is takes to shingle a doghouse.
..wait, I got that wrong.. where's my sliderule..
Here's a real one that I was going to post in the other thread until it got locked:
What's the first number in the English language that, if written out, contains the letter "A"?
hmm... one thousand?
hmmm. lookout's was funnier.
He's such a clever Trevor..
edit: I'll get the name right in a minute
You go to a small town one day while traveling for work. You badly need a haircut, and so you traipse into the only barbershop in town, and inside there are two barbers sitting around waiting for some customers. Bob is reading a newspaper, listening to the radio, and is dressed very nicely in a shirt and a tie. His hair is very neatly trimmed. Bill, on the other hand, is smoking while watching Jerry Springer on an old black and white TV in the corner of the shop. His hair looks like it was cut by a weed wacker.
They inform you that they are the only two barbers in town. Which of the two do you have cut your hair, and why?
Bill cuts Bob's hair. I'd pick Bill, if I had hair (or money for a haircut )
Being the only two barbers in town, Bill is the only one that could of cut Bob's hair.
What gets wetter the more that it dries?
The maker doesn't want it. The buyer doesn't use it. The user doesn't see it. What is it?
Alright. I've gotta go do some lunch now. That was fun though.
That was AWESOME!! HAHAHA!