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A woman has 7 children and 1/2 are boys. How?

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No takers on this one?
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What, like the joke? Heard your mom had three kids, one of each?4 boys would qualify. 'Half are boys' doesn't exclude it, unless 'Half are girls' also applies. Keith's Place
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I get it. 3 boys, thre girls and 1 who was actually 2, but the twin of the opposite sex got absorbed in the womb. I saw something about that sort of occurence on The Learning Channel, I think it was called "I am My Own Twin." Doug Larson: "The cat could very well be man's best friend but would never stoop to admitting it."
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If there were seven boys, it'd be true. _________________________________________________________Il Sotto Seme La Neva
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ADO is right. And actually all you need are 4 boys to have 1/2 being boys. 1/2 of 7 is 3.5, so 4 boys, 5 boys, 6 boys or 7 boys means 1/2 are boys.
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Quote:ADO is right. And actually all you need are 4 boys That's what i said! Keith's Place Keith's Stuff
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Woops! haha Ok, Keith gets the award.
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Damn Straight!I'd like to thank all the little people that helped me...and once i get batteries for the shrink ray, you'll all be the little people....mwahahaha Keith's Place Keith's Stuff
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