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FlakeySnowballer
16-05-2010, 22:47
I have 2 coins. 2 coins = 30 cents. The one coin doesn't equal 5 cents.
So could you name which coins have i got.

yakspeare
16-05-2010, 22:52
i know the answer but only because i saw it on "scrubs" tv show...so i wont ruin it..

is4fun
16-05-2010, 23:03
I have 2 coins. 2 coins = 30 cents. The one coin doesn't equal 5 cents.
So could you name which coins have i got.

What is the currency?

J.D.
17-05-2010, 05:59
A thirty cent coin and a wooden nickel.



That's a joke that requires perfect Grammar, and in an international forum like this you should name the currency.(and I don't expect an international crowd to know what a wooden nickel is either)
When you explain it and say "I said the one was not . . ." people will respond "What the hell does 'the one' mean?"

tasel
17-05-2010, 11:47
As said by others, you should be more specific about the nation of the currency/coin.

FlakeySnowballer
17-05-2010, 14:02
I agree.
I have 2 american coins
As you know there are coins by 5, 10, 15, 25 cents.

FlakeySnowballer
17-05-2010, 14:04
My friend told me that no one real american (i mean those guys who live there but not russian americans) is not able to guess what is that.

J.D.
17-05-2010, 22:27
Try this one.
What word is always spelled wrong in the dictionary?

SV1973a
18-05-2010, 10:56
Try this one.
What word is always spelled wrong in the dictionary?

`wrong` ?