Take off my skin - I won't cry...
[3438] Take off my skin - I won't cry... - Take off my skin - I won't cry, but you will! What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 95 - The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil
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Take off my skin - I won't cry...

Take off my skin - I won't cry, but you will! What am I?
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The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil.
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Toilet Seat

A man decides to take the opportunity while his wife is away to paint the wooden toilet seat.
The wife comes home sooner than expected, sits, and gets the seat stuck to her rear. She is understandably distraught about this and asks her husband to drive her to the doctor.
She puts on a large overcoat so as to cover the stuck seat, and they go.
When they get to the doctor's, the man lifts his wife's coat to show their predicament. The man asks, "Doctor, have you ever seen anything like this before?"
"Well, yes," the doctor replies, "but never framed."      

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Sir William Chandler Roberts-Austen

Born 3 Mar 1843; died 22 Nov 1902 at age 59.English metallurgist whose research on the physical properties of metals and their alloys had many practical and industrial applications. He established methods to determine the composition of an alloy, invented an automatic recording pyrometer to track the temperature changes of furnaces and their molten contents and. researched diffusion between a sheet of gold and a block of lead. He was a professor at the Royal School of Mines, and from 1882 a chemist and assayer at the Mint, becoming a world authority on the technical aspects of minting coins. He was knighted in 1899. Austenite (a non-magnetic solid solution of ferric carbide or carbon in iron, used in making corrosion-resistant steel) was named after him.«
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