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I would appreciate it if anyone could help what any of these stand for. Its for a bit of money for our family, we've filled in loads of them but have no idea what these stand for. :L


Example: 7 D in a W.

Answer: 7 Days in a Week.


(update) 4 Q in a WO = 4 Quarters in a Whole One.


8 N of D I D


12 N in a T


19 N of the R S N B





Thanks. :D

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I'm sorry for not being able to answer any of those, but I'm more confused about the part of making money by filling lots of these? Mind explaining that?

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My little step brother goes to a primary school which had things like discos and non school uniforms and other events for money. The first person to complete a sheet with strange questions like this gets half of that money, the other half goes to school benefits, trying to win so we could get like £100-200. :L Thanks anyway. :D

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8 Nights of Distinguished Individuals Dancing?



Now I'm curious :/


You better post the answers later OP




Anyone who likes tacos is incapable of logic.

Anyone who likes logic is incapable of tacos.


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crap, my brother brought home a sheet like that a few days ago. i'll go check to see if he still has it. Will edit later or make new post.


Okay, thanks. :D


We don't think that what anyone posted is right as some of them don't make sense :L

it has to be popular random facts for these like:


200 P in a P G in M - 200 Pounds in a Passing Go in Monopoly


4 Q in a WO = 4 Quarters in a whole one




The answers are online; google it.



I've tried Googling them, they don't work at all as it comes up with things which just include 8 or N or something similar. D:

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Dunno then, I did a similar sheet where all of the answers were online. Or maybe it was a website not a sheet. Meh.


I'm probably not any help, going by those examples you're British or something - neither of those phrases are common to me.

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Who came up with these anyways?


Editing your post before I could call you on it....

The only difference between Hitler and the man next door who comes home and beats his kids every day is circumstance. The intent is the same-- to harm others.

[hide=Tifers say the darndest things]

I told her there was a secret method to doing it - and there is - but my once nimble and agile fingers were unable to perform because I was under the influence.

I would laugh, not hate. I'm a male. :(

Since when was Ireland an island...? :wall:

I actually have a hobby of licking public toilet seats.

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