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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bill Bubble Guy, Jul 30, 2008.
Yes it's true William. (I had a calculator. I don't like maths either. )
Are you there for your next turn William?
No, somebody else can go if they wish to.
Since its Halloween, heres one
Jack O Lanterns have always been made out of pumpkins
False definately, because:
1. It is not Halloween yet.
2. Jack-o-Lanterns have been carved out of many foods, not just the standard pumpkin.
As far as my personal knowledge goes the answer would be true.
It'll be interesting to find out the facts when Sargey replies.
In the States, the answer would stereotypically be true, but in the early days of the holiday and even in other countries around the world as the day is celebrated, other foods are carved instead of a pumpkin.
There shoulda been the word "time" after halloween. I dunno what happened.
And yes, the answer is false.
Which means it's Colby's turn.
How about in order to try to keep things moving along we make a new rule that if the next person doesn't reply within 2 days we may assume that he/she is declining his/her turn like William did?
I thought that was already a rule?
ok, I got one.
ToF: The origonal Goosebump series by R. L. Stine had 86 books.
Initially it was about 4 days, but if everybody thinks 2 days is a reasonable compacted time we can do that instead.
And I'll guess false.
I read those things back in the early 90's. R.L. Stine had a weird imagination. He also seemed rather odd when he opened up for his Goosebumps books when Fox was airing the show back in the mid to late 90's.
And oddly enough, he wrote for Eureeka's Castle!
Marty's right. There were origionlay 62 books (from Welcome to Dead House to Monster Blood IV) your turn.
Okay. True or false. Octopusses are man-eating sea-creatures.
*waits for Marty's turn*
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