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[+] 34 of the best pictures submitted throughout the week!

[–] 34 of the best pictures submitted throughout the week!

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someone is living in the sink ...

someone is living in the sink ...

how to text in class

how to text in class

oops, crossed the cables

oops, crossed the cables

halloween costume win

halloween costume win

frankenpoodle

frankenpoodle

warning: too cute

warning: too cute

creepy picture taking

creepy picture taking

are you cool enough for facebook?

are you cool enough for facebook?

being blind sucks

being blind sucks

soon ...

soon ...

texting your mom fail

texting your mom fail

epic pumpkin carving

epic pumpkin carving

daredevil dog

daredevil dog

parking fail

parking fail

removing alligators from floods

removing alligators from floods

dirty jeep

dirty jeep

you will never be as cool as ...

you will never be as cool as ...

comfy seat

comfy seat

nice room

nice room

epic halloween costume

epic halloween costume

1 out of 2 ain't bad

1 out of 2 ain't bad

when the garbage is full ...

when the garbage is full ...

studying like a boss

studying like a boss

belly bomb

belly bomb

pants: you're wearing them wrong

pants: you're wearing them wrong

the 1%

the 1%

how many do you want?

how many do you want?

asian guy gets tattoo

asian guy gets tattoo

what's the answer?

what's the answer?

firefox

firefox

carriage, for heavy items

carriage, for heavy items

at least they're honest

at least they're honest

slight misunderstanding

slight misunderstanding

intruder

intruder
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Date Date: Oct 31, 2011

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Comment Oct 30, 2011

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i LOVE firefox ;)

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Comment Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

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Originally posted by wrong | Oct 31, 2011

if the awnser would be 50% (not the "B") then you say the answer is A or D because those are the only answers that are the same this answer would be wrong because you say the answer is 50% and not 25%. to say the correct awnser is 0% would be true because the correct answer isn't A, B, C or D

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

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Comment Oct 31, 2011

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Originally posted by Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

im too lazy to read all that ;)

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Comment Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

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Let's do some math... In "what's the answer?" picture the answer to the problem (inside the problem) is 25% but since 25% is both A and D, the answer is 50%... not the B, because it's part of the question, not an answer,... just... 50%

There is a problem inside a problem... very inception-like

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Comment Oct 31, 2011

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Originally posted by bahahaha | Oct 31, 2011

omygosh, you people must not have lives! Most comments made are soooo mean! I know your thinking hypocrite, but I'm in studyhall in the library, so I really can't do anything else.

except study... in the library...

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Comment Jun 23, 2013

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Originally posted by Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

ahh... Paradoxes

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Comment Whitefreak115 | Jun 10, 2012

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2011

i LOVE firefox ;)

Firefox was always much better now she's better with a B-cup

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Comment wright right? wrong | Feb 2, 2012

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Originally posted by wtf | Jan 18, 2012

how long did it take u to wright that:)

**write**

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Comment nah | Jan 26, 2012

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the belly bomb pic...nobody seems to be bothered by the guy wearing a charles manson fan shirt...

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Comment wtf | Jan 18, 2012

Originally posted by Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

how long did it take u to wright that:)

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Comment lol | Dec 26, 2011

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2011

i LOVE firefox ;)

same and thats the reason why i use firefox now

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Comment Dec 24, 2011

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Originally posted by Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

i didnt have to use google to work that out
scrolled down to see what looked like a piece of writing that was written bt someone with a brain
anyone can use google

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Comment Nihil_Baxxter | Dec 13, 2011

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It doesnt give an answer cause you dont have the question. There is a question for a question. All answers are wrong cause you dont know what the real question is.

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Comment Alesha | Dec 3, 2011

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Originally posted by Very Busy | Oct 31, 2011

I did a lot of googling around... for the problem at hand... and these are my findings:

Since this problem doesn't give specific guidelines, the answers can vary.
1. For example if the answers relies on the answers given (meaning the A,B,C,D), this gives a 33% percent of a "perceptive" individual to choose the right one in random (since there are 3 and not 4 logical answers)
2. It also means it gives a 25% chance of choosing something at complete randomness (e.g. eyes closed)
3. It also means 50% if you perceive it as a two part question asking what is the possibility of someone choosing the 25% (either A or D)
4. It also means 0% because it doesn't define that one of the answers is really correctnn5. Finally it is 100% because if the question is to choose an answer at random, all of the answers/selections are acceptably correct
I'm afraid to say there is no single answer to this... because it's a paradox
I tip my hat to the one that challenged my first answer

lolwut?

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Comment Dec 2, 2011

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Originally posted by Very Busy = Nerd | Dec 1, 2011

Get a job loser. Who spends 10 hours typing this sh*t?

shut up imbecile. us nerds are the future

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