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Why on earth did Sun decided to make "69" questions to their SCWCD exam ? Disturbing, isn't it ?
 
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Originally posted by Christophe Verre:
Why on earth did Sun decided to make "69" questions to their SCWCD exam ? Disturbing, isn't it ?


May becuase examiner's favorite song is The Summer of 69.
 
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May be because Year 69 was a common year starting on Sunday ?
I remember same question used to come in mind in school.Some examination papers used to have 23 questions in total.Sometimes total 17 and you have to solve any 11.
 
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Originally posted by Arjun Shastry:
May be because Year 69 was a common year starting on Sunday ?


 
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Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:

May becuase examiner's favorite song is The Summer of 69.


I always thought that song had a double meaning. I guess my mind is kinda in the gutter, like Christophe...

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I'd like to find my way out of the gutter I'm in
 
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Originally posted by Christophe Verre:
I'd like to find my way out of the gutter I'm in


if you are willing to trade shit hole for gutter you can maybe try visiting say some 3rd world country?
 
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Originally posted by Arvind Birla:


if you are willing to trade shit hole for gutter you can maybe try visiting say some 3rd world country?


Woah. Be careful here. This is either pushing the limit of the "be nice" rule. Someone may have gotten offended. Or the phrase may been taken literally...

For the record, the term Mind in the gutter has a very specific meaning.

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Originally posted by Henry Wong:


Woah. Be careful here. This is either pushing the limit of the "be nice" rule. Someone may have gotten offended. Or the phrase may been taken literally...

For the record, the term Mind in the gutter has a very specific meaning.

Henry


From that site: "Timmy said he wanted some creamy pie, mom told him to get his mind out of gutter."

What does this mean?
and what does the number 69 have to do with gutters?
what is this whole damn thread about?.
At first I thought Christopher had gotten himself in deep shit so to speak, so I kind of took it literally but then I checked up 'gutters' and thought he didn't apply enough lubricant and had managed to get himself lodged in a gutter(fairly common phenomenon I'm sure). And now I'm told its about impure thoughts?
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what is this whole damn thread about?.


Normally, I would recommend using google on some of the terms or phrases, but your computer may catch a virus if you do that...

I think this topic may be a bit too close to crossing the line. And I may be the one closest to the line, at the moment. I'm seriously considering closing this topic, so please be careful.

Henry
 
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