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Tonic Please
21st Mar 2005, 01:36
But never comes down?

(I expect this will last about 30 minutes if somebody knows it so let it go so some thinking has to be done. Its unusual I know)

:ok:

FLCH
21st Mar 2005, 01:42
An odious, gaseous, emission emanating from ones nether parts....

Tonic Please
21st Mar 2005, 01:45
Surely that would depend if you were lying on your stomach or on the bog? :}

FLCH
21st Mar 2005, 01:49
Wouldn't it eventually end up going up regardless of initial exit position??..

Tonic Please
21st Mar 2005, 02:16
I'd say more omnidirectional than all up?

A simple mind frame is key.

Onan the Clumsy
21st Mar 2005, 02:54
the price of petrol

Rhodie
21st Mar 2005, 08:13
Hot air...?? Like Jet Blast f'instance... :E

Ok, Hubble Telescope.. space station (ah, maybe not) ex wife's age.. (I get to feel younger with each new girlfriend.. :E)

:confused:

R

Incipient Sinner
21st Mar 2005, 08:23
Which is a completely different question to...

What goes down and never comes up?
:D

419
21st Mar 2005, 09:51
What goes up, but never comes down?

Your age.
(unless you are a woman!)

Tonic Please
21st Mar 2005, 10:19
Correct. And now im thinking what goes down but never comes up.

BlueDiamond
21st Mar 2005, 10:24
what goes down but never comes up.
A waterfall.

Tonic Please
21st Mar 2005, 10:25
What about gravity? :cool:

Bre901
21st Mar 2005, 10:54
what goes down but never comes up ?
Time remaining before any event

BlueDiamond
21st Mar 2005, 10:59
Stalactites. :cool:

Parapunter
21st Mar 2005, 11:20
Taxes, beer, tabs. I'm off to France.:mad:

lasernigel
21st Mar 2005, 11:27
Inflation.

Hope that's right,if not it won't be my ego as that will be going down.
:ok:

Well that's it then...read ALL replies before making your own.

Answer to the second part womens breasts and nipples.

error_401
21st Mar 2005, 11:58
something departing the earth at a speed greater than:

The value evaluates to be more or less:

11100 m/s
40200 km/h
25000 mi/h

glowing leading edges :}

Onan the Clumsy
21st Mar 2005, 14:54
Would that be a radial or a tangential speed?

I'm assuming tangential because by definition, if you could maintain walking speed vertically, you'd end up leaving the planet.

:8

Jerricho
21st Mar 2005, 16:04
What goes down but never comes up?

That chick there on ebay if you pay her enough.

tony draper
21st Mar 2005, 17:19
Voyager comes to mind, still be heading outwards when we talking monkeys are long dust.
:rolleyes: