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er340790
20th Nov 2013, 13:35
Pick a number: 1,2,3,4 or 5.

Now multiply your number by 9.

If the answer has two digits, add them together. If 1 digit, use that number.

Subtract 5 from your number.

Now convert the numeric result to a letter using A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6.

Pick a country that begins with your letter.

Now pick an animal whose name starts with the last letter of your country.

Now pick a colour that starts with the last letter of your chosen animal.

Now scroll down......

I think you will find that there aren't any ORANGE KANGAROOS IN DENMARK!!!!!!

MagnusP
20th Nov 2013, 13:39
How about aubergine Koalas?

Capetonian
20th Nov 2013, 13:43
The result of the maths will always resolve to 4 = D

Not many Amber Impala in Djibouti either!

Alloa Akbar
20th Nov 2013, 13:51
You guys are bored.. I can tell.. ;)

Fox3WheresMyBanana
20th Nov 2013, 13:52
Capybara are Auburn, but not indigenous to the Dominican Republic. Maybe there's a few in the National Zoo.

RJM
20th Nov 2013, 14:02
Khaki Aardvarks in Dalmatia? (You didn't specify current countries...)

MagnusP
20th Nov 2013, 14:07
. . . and while I'm not sure whether there are any orangutan in the Democratic Republic of Congo, I'm quietly confident that, should there be any, they are unlikely to be Navy Blue.

ArthurR
20th Nov 2013, 15:16
There's also no amber Iguana's in Dubai.

SMT Member
20th Nov 2013, 16:14
White ain't a colour, it's a contrast, but still pretty sure there are no kiwi's like that in Denmark.

*One is a bloke and therefore only recognizes the colours yellow, red, green and blue with a fair degree of certainty.

Lightning Mate
20th Nov 2013, 16:23
This is interesting...

No it isn't!

The SSK
20th Nov 2013, 16:28
I thought it was fascinating when I first heard it

But 35 years ago I was a bit more impressionable than I am now.

500N
20th Nov 2013, 16:30
LM

+ 1 :ok: