Two bodies have I, though bo...
[5814] Two bodies have I, though bo... - Two bodies have I, though both joined in one. The more still I stand, the quicker I run. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 15 - The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim
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Two bodies have I, though bo...

Two bodies have I, though both joined in one. The more still I stand, the quicker I run. What am I?
Correct answers: 15
The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim.
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Married 25 years, I took a loo...

Married 25 years, I took a look at my wife one day and said, "Honey, 25 years ago, we had a cheap apartment, a cheap car, slept on a sofa bed and watched a 10 inch black and white TV, but I got to sleep every night with a hot 25 year old blonde.
Now, we have a nice house, nice car, big bed and plasma screen TV, but I'm sleeping with a 50 year old woman. It seems to me that you are not holding up your side of things."
My wife is a very reasonable woman. She told me to go out and find a hot 25 year old blonde, and she would make sure that I would once again be living in a cheap apartment, driving a cheap car, sleeping on a sofa bed.
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Sir William Fairbairn

Died 18 Aug 1874 at age 85 (born 19 Feb 1789).(1st Baronet) Scottish civil engineer who was first to use wrought iron for ships, bridges, mill shafts, and structural beams. After moving to London in 1811, he invented a steam excavator and a sausage-making machine, but without commercial success. By 1817, he had established an engineering works in Manchester making mill machinery, which later made over 400 locomotives. The shipbuilding works he opened at Millwall, London (1835-49) built hundreds of iron boats. He furnished the rectangular wrought-iron tubes used by Stephenson for the Britannia railway bridge (1850) over the Menai Strait, which included two almost 460-ft (140-m) spans. He assisted James Joule and Lord Kelvin in geological investigations from 1851.«
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