I've seen them live, in the flesh, so to speak, and they are hilarious.
It is my understanding that in a following sea the water stays in place horizontally and moves only vertically so that, as you travel down the...
Not a bad rule for Life.
And when were the Canary Islands moved to the Pacific?
Read a book...
...under a tree.
(The name of that Welsh town isn't English, and anyway it starts with an 'L'. Nice try though.)
A Teaser - what is the longest English word that can be typed using only the top row of a QWERTY keyboard?
Answer tomorrow. Or maybe the day...
Fiddler's Green, anyone?
Now that's spooky. I've just come from the staff canteen where Gordon Lightfoot's song "The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald" was playing on the...
It looks to me like you've done a nice job on the wood. Please don't ruin it with a motor.
And something else? It's a really nice job, if...
You're putting a motor on an optimist??? Sacrilege of the highest order - it is a kid's sailing dinghy.
Did he catch many???
Here in Ireland, a "Plastic Bag Tax" was introduced a year or two ago. If you want a plastic bag at the shop you pay (€0.15) for it. Most shops...
I've sailed on both of the JST's ships, and I can tell you that you have done a wonderful thing, for which I, for one, thank you.
Being Irish, I think I can safely say that we would never use a profanity such as "Son of Jaysus".
Our preferred profanity, using the biblical...
An ice-cream man, (who owned a boat), was recently found dead in his van, surrounded by ice-cream and covered in hundreds and thousands.
Picture this - a chicken and an egg lying in a bed. The chicken has a serene, satisfied look on its face and is smoking a cigarette, while the egg...
Hens & eggs
As I understand it, 1 hen can lay 1 egg per day.
Therefore, 100 hens can lay 100 eggs in 1 day.
So the answer is
A hen and a half lays an egg and a half in a day and a half.
How long does it take 100 hens to lay 100 eggs?
I'll see your pedantic, and raise it.
We do in our "Erse" speak Erse. We either speak Irish, or we "caint as Gaeilge".