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    Why are Lions not scared of boats?



    And this time I don't know the answer...

    Unless, of course, these happen to be sea lions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    Yeah, you know you do! How mad was that one?
    Sorry if you got your head cackled mate!

    As you could probably tell, I was a bit monstered!

    Oh, by the way, how high is a Chinaman
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    It took me a while to find OLD SKOOL! But now i got it - i ain't letting it go!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    Yeah, you know you do! How mad was that one?
    Sorry if you got your head cackled mate!

    As you could probably tell, I was a bit monstered!

    Oh, by the way, how high is a Chinaman
    lol no worries it was great talking to ya mate, my head was ok, but as soon as you found out how high is a chinaman, it took me a few seconds to forget it lol

    remembered it again later though

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    Lol that was the highlight of the weekend!!! lol........dunno the answer to the lion question tho

    Come Iv put us outta our misery lol...u bloody nutcase!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Star
    Lol that was the highlight of the weekend!!! lol........dunno the answer to the lion question tho

    Come Iv put us outta our misery lol...u bloody nutcase!

    OK, there is a simple answer, it's not a trick or a joke - there is an explaination.
    A human has the ability to focus on more than one point at a time - where as to a Lion more than one point of focus equals a situation of total confusion.
    If you hold up thumb and first three fingers towards your eyes (therefore using them to emulate the legs of a chair) you can look straight through them - whereas the same scenario to a lion would leave it looking from one 'chair leg' to the next and back again and over to the one at the bottom and back again - it simply can't help itself.

    This is a quote from a Lion Tamer called Dave Hoover. He goes into a cage with animals whose nature it is to eat him. He outsmarts them. He explains why animal trainers use chairs: not to hold off a savage beast, but to confuse it. ``Lions are very single-minded,'' he says. ``When you point the four legs of a chair at them, they get confused. They don't know where to look, and they lose their train of thought.''

    So there we go - now you all know why Lions are scared of chairs.

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    Lol.......intersesting!!!!!!!!

    so the next time i come across lion i know what to do !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Star
    Lol.......intersesting!!!!!!!!

    so the next time i come across lion i know what to do !!!

    Yep, but do yourself a favour - don't run at it with a beanbag!

    That could be messy!

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    I bloody guessed it was something like that! This morning at about 8 just before we got up, i said to Jonno that i thought it was due to the 3 dimensional aspect of a chair being waved, a visual focus thing! Honest i did!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelie
    I bloody guessed it was something like that! This morning at about 8 just before we got up, i said to Jonno that i thought it was due to the 3 dimensional aspect of a chair being waved, a visual focus thing! Honest i did!

    See if nothing else, I've provided a little food for thought.


    Now, a question - what do you do if you see a herd of Elephants coming over the hill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    See if nothing else, I've provided a little food for thought.


    Now, a question - what do you do if you see a herd of Elephants coming over the hill?
    nowt really.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    See if nothing else, I've provided a little food for thought.


    Now, a question - what do you do if you see a herd of Elephants coming over the hill?
    lol here we go again........pmsl!!!!

    hmmmmm are we on another lateral thinking quest here......

    If i saw i heard of elephants coming over the hill i would thank my lucky stars i was on holiday......lol......cus lates face it it aint happening in this country!!! lololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJJAMIII
    nowt really.....
    Really? You're a brave man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    Really? You're a brave man!
    ooooh i am indeed....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    Hmm now then it depends....if they were African or Indian elephants!!!!????

    African ones are very tempremental.....Indian ones arnt too bad...Awwww look...theres Dumbo!!!

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