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Old 01-30-2006, 11:05 PM   #16
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#6 = 39 books of the Old Testament

lol@ being stumped on the toe one.
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#6) 39 books of the Old Testament
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mmmm, simul-posting!
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again!
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:12 PM   #20
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#3) 3 W on a T
3 wheels on a tricycle

that's my guess... looks right?
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#1) 66 B of the B = 66 books of the bible?
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:14 PM   #22
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Okay got more...
#1) 66 B of the B ........ (music related?)
#2 ) 5 T on a F ....... Ha, ha ha, I JUST got this one.... 5 toes on a foot ...... sonofagun... so simple and it stumped me!
#3) 3 W on a T
#4)11 P in a F (S)T
#5) 8 T on an O..... (and it isn't 8 tentacles on an Octopus/i... i tried)
#6) 39 B of the O T
1) 66 books of the bible
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3)wheels on a tricycle
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6) 39 books of the old testament
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4) 11 players on a soccer team, i think the F threw me off cuz i forget its claled football everywhere else. lol yay proud 2 b an american haha
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#5) 8 T on an O: 8 tips on an octagon?
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#4)11 P in a F (S)T

this one is a guess:

11 players in a football (soccer) team
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:22 PM   #26
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ah! #4 was tough with the parentheses. I wonder if all of these will pass with green lights.
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:28 PM   #27
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It's official--I've reached "genius" level (with a little help) and some of those were so friggin' easy but just threw me for a loop....
never woulda thought of the bible, and didn't know that stuff anyway!
Thanks for all the help, but since we've come this far... might as well finish it!

#1)6 B to an O in C
#2) 9 P in S A
#3) 13 L in a B D
#4) 3 BM (S H T R)
#5) 90 D in a R A
#6) 18 H on a G C
#7) 52 C in a P (W J)

and that's all she wrote..... actually because of your input, I was able to figure out a few on my own!!
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1- no clue
2- still no clue
3- 13 loaves in a bakers dozen
4- huh?
5- 90 degrees in a right angle* (easy one, u should have gotten it)
6- 18 holes on a golf course (this one too)
7- 52 cards in a deck? but i guess they want pack? (without jokers)'

oops i said triangle not angle lol my bad
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:40 PM   #29
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thats it then, awww those were super fun. tell me if u have any analogies

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Old 01-30-2006, 11:42 PM   #30
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Yea, shoulda, coulda, woulda; some seem so simple but just wouldn't come to me....
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