Trick brain teasers appear difficult at first, but they have a trick that makes them really easy.
A railroad crossing, look for the cars;
Can you spell all that without any R`s?
Yes. "all that" has no R`s
Jun 22, 2002
|funny very funny|
Dec 15, 2002
|ive heard that one a bunch of times|
Mar 15, 2003
Aug 07, 2003
|Unfortunately, I agree, I heard that one back in third grade or something like that. Keep trying though, I think that there is a great teaser maker inside all of us! LOL ;)|
May 06, 2004
|i heard similar... she sells sea shells on the sea shore, how many S's in that? none... lol not s's in "that"|
Sep 05, 2004
|ive heard that 1 a million times |
May 24, 2005
|The first phrase doesn't have any R's either, just r's.|
Oct 17, 2005
|I've heard many different versions of this teaser but good try |
Jan 29, 2006
|hehehehe, really cute|
Mar 30, 2006
|Haha....very funny |
Mar 18, 2007
|I heard one like this, but where all of the words containing R's could be replaced by words without R's. It was pretty clever, but it was also pretty vulgar, so I can't say it here. |
So when I first saw this one, I started thinking of things like "A locomotive stop, find the autos!" but nothing had a good ring to it.
Apr 28, 2007
|These are so boring and old. I remember back when I was 5 everyone would say, "What's you name?" then you would answer and they would tell you to spell it and then you'd be like, "No, 'it' is spelled i-t!" and they'd crack up... really not that funny or original.|
Mar 15, 2008
|i agree with most of the others...|
this is pretty common. it's in the ranks of "How do you spell cat backwards?"
sry, but not very interesting to me
Jun 07, 2008
|Good job! |
Gee, be positive people!
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