Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by HiTeck, Apr 12, 2009.
A : crack a can
Q : if one is too many, how many arent enough ?
A: 1000 isn't enough, it's a quote about being an alchoholic
Q: Sausage chips and beans or Chicken chips and beans ?
A : sausage egg and chips
Q : what came first ?
A: The heaven and the earth.
Q: No eggs I'm afraid, Sausage or Chicken ?
A. chicken and sausage and bacon
Q. Chinese or Indian?
A: Indian particularly Vindaloo
Q: Bulmers or Thatchers ?
A: Thatchers every time
Q: why does 'fed up' mean something bad?
a adam west
q why do people watch soaps?
I think you missed a page or 7
A. Refers to being satisfied, then eating more, making one feel ill.
Q. who and when was this thread dug up again LOL
A: first re-emergence in 2014 was by @ferguj1 after a 5 year silence, then by @swettyring 3 years later
Q: why does telly get louder during adverts?
A.To make you tune in to what they selling
Q. How many guns do Americans own to the nearest 100k?
A: Can't get it down to the nearest 100K, there are too many.
But one in three americans own guns.
The average amount of guns per owner is 3.
Est: 89 -100 guns per 100 people.
So population is 316 million, approx guns 270 - 310 million (2013)
Q: If Bruce Wayne is Batman, What was Robin's real name ?
dick grayson/ the boy wonder??
how many spots on a standard set of dominoes ie double 6/6
Q: How many goals in total did Ian Rush score for Liverpool ?
Eat your heart out Wayne Rooney !!!
q: how many eyes did colmbo have ?[not peter faulk] the character columbo?
A: It remained a mystery for 25 years whether the character had one as well, until 1997's "Columbo: A Trace of Murder",
whereupon asking another character to revisit the crime scene with him he jokes:
"You know, three eyes are better than one." inferring he only had one.
Q: Given that Roma advertised the home leg fixture as 2nd May against Liverpool on their own website on the Thursday, before the draw on Friday at 12 noon, was it a fix ?
Q: Why would you imagine that almost all sport isn't fixed?
A: I would suggest most sporting events aren't fixed but there is an element of
tampering on some events, for instance take the Epsom Derby, the winner gets approx £1m in prize money
but is then worth countless millions at stud. So why would any trainer / owner not want their horse to win. Surely everyone wants to win.
Q: It's Sir Alex Ferguson and Mick Kinane, so name the horse.
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