What the #@*!#!^

By red1776
Jul 20, 2010
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  1. red1776

    red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Topic Starter Posts: 5,847   +64

    No,no...I remember you bobcat. Just a volley back. continue the logical process.:p:wave:
  2. ucould2

    ucould2 TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 329

    to thee 'Galactic Emperor'

    IMHO if you have -three kids- perhaps you should consider plural "Universe s "
    OMG I just realised that would make your Wife :confused: "a-singular" satellite....
  3. red1776

    red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Topic Starter Posts: 5,847   +64

    Your wife is soooo big......


    Is that a comment on my wife's weight?! let me tell you something! my wife is singular...and sensational....every little step she takes....:p

    Lets see, a singularity on multiple planes....now that's interesting
  4. bobcat

    bobcat TechSpot Paladin Posts: 688   +67

    The Mysterious Case of the Hidden Word

    Talking about logical deduction process, well this time mine got challenged by the word hidden behind the 7 symbols “#@*!#!^” in “What the #@*!#!^”. More specifically, my primary candidate failed to match the number of letters by being 3 of them short…So did the 2nd candidate, which left me in the cold despite being a very hot place. So I had to move down the scale and could only find… “Dickens”, as in “What the Dickens”

    But despite the match of letters, the mystery is still not solved, because “Dickens” is not a word normally hidden, after all, his works are freely available in all libraries and bookshops.

    Hmm…not elementary my dear Watson!
  5. red1776

    red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Topic Starter Posts: 5,847   +64

    Home made profanity...

    That's a very astute observation bobcat, of course, I would expect nothing less. Whilst driving to our intended destination a few days back. My wife and I found ourselves on the topic of how on the BBC they bleep out words such as %@&$# as it has an entirely different meaning in the UK than in the US. Somewhere in the conversation i decided to exercise some Shakespearean liberties, as I am want to do, and invent my own universal profanity that would be unbleepable. So you see, the word hidden behind the mystery symbols of the upper row is Snarfem. As i do not wish to be distasteful in this forum, suffice it to say that while it is anatomically possible, it would be rather painful. Thank you for the opportunity to clear that up. :)


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