Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture
[3428] Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture - There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 230 - The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager
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Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture

There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6?
Correct answers: 230
The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager.
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A man asked his wife...

A man asked his wife, "What would you most like for your birthday?"
She said, "I'd love to be ten again."
On the morning of her birthday, he got her up bright and early and they went to a theme park. He put her on every ride in the park - the Death Slide, The Screaming Loop, the Wall of Fear. She had a go on every ride there was. She staggered out of the theme park five hours later, her head reeling and her stomach turning. Then off to a movie theater, popcorn, cola and sweets.
At last she staggered home with her husband and collapsed into bed.
Her husband leaned over and asked, "Well, dear, what was it like being ten again?"
One eye opened and she groaned, "Actually, honey, I meant dress size!"
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Born 25 May 1860; died 20 Jan 1944 at age 83. American psychologist who had a talent in mathematics from a young age, and accordingly applied objective, quantitative methods with his career in experimental psychology. As a university professor, he was the first in America to teach a course in statistical analysis. From 1890, he termed his investigations “mental testing,” with such goals as measuring the amount of pressure required to produce pain, or reaction time to sounds. He developed the order of merit ranking method. Fields in which he applied psychology were broad, including education, business, industry, and advertising. The ideas in Galton's eugenics theory also interested him, and he did support such concepts as sterilization of persons of lower intelligence. He originated professional directories, published scientific periodicals and founded the Science Press (1923).«
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