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[2755] Look at the series (O T T F ... - Look at the series (O T T F F S S), determine the pattern, and find the next 3 letters! - #brainteasers - Correct Answers: 29 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Look at the series (O T T F ...

Look at the series (O T T F F S S), determine the pattern, and find the next 3 letters!
Correct answers: 29
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Hamburger

A man walks into a hamburger shop and orders a regular meal. Later, the waitress brings his meal to him. He takes a bite out of it, and notices there's a small hair in the hamburger. He begins yelling frantically at the waitress, "Waitress, there's a hair in my hamburger! I demand to see what is going on!"
So, the waitress takes him back where the cook is and to his demise, he sees the cook take the meat patty and flatten it under his arm pit. He says, "That's disgusting!"
Then the waitress says, "You think that's disgusting you should see him make donuts."

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Thomas Henry Huxley

Died 29 Jun 1895 at age 70 (born 4 May 1825). English biologist who made his reputation as a marine biologist while a ship's surgeon. Later he turned to the study of fossils, especially of fishes and reptiles He is best known as the main advocate of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. In 1860, one year after The Origin of Species was published, Huxley debated with the bishop of Oxford, Samuel Wilberforce, at the British Association for the Advancement of Science. During the discussion Wilberforce asked whether he traced his ancestry to the apes. Huxley's withering reply was that given the choice of a miserable ape and a man who could make such a remark at a serious scientific gathering, he would select the ape. Huxley coined the word agnostic to describe his own beliefs.
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