Discussion in 'Humor - Jokes - Games and Diversions' started by chelloveck, Aug 8, 2017.
10 to the minus 5th. Would that be a peptobismol?
And just how big is a whakamole, anyway?
isn't a deck of cards more like 52?
Is this like: if 2 wrongs don't make a right, what did 2 wright's make?
I think the collective noun might be: A play of wrights.
Us simpletons might answer an airplane!
That would be an Orville and Wilbur of Wrights
Welcome to the simple life!!!!!!!!!!
A play of wrights would probably have a more international currency...an Orville and Wilber of Wrights would be a somewhat more parochial and limited usage. Just a thought.
Did I misquote "The Simple Life"?
But this was an internationally seminal event. It might even be World Changing?
That's as may be, but the general response by the average airplane traveller would probably be....Orville and Wilbur who?
Don't forget, US simpletons realize that Walter Disney used Orville the Albatross in "The Rescuers".
Wilbur? Rescuers Down Under:
This is true where I'm from.
How many cards are in a Pinochle deck?
How many turkey necks are in a sac'
Well , I'm not a big card player , the majority of my card playin' consisted of Go Fish , Rummy , and Poker. Can't says I've ever tried pinokle.
It's a wonderful game, and many a Sailor has stretched his wifely allowance on Ships Captain & Crew, a Cribbage Board, Acey Duecy, or the Pinochle Table. Along with many other casual wagers along the way. But this die has been cast!
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