Brain Game

This is fun!  Some are easy, some are difficult.  I will post the answers at a later date, provided enough people show interest in getting the answers!  You MUST comment, leave your answers if you’d like!  I’m not giving these away for free!  Kudos if you leave a comment getting them all correct!  Impress me!

Examine each of the following and identify what each acronym, phrase, or abbreviation means:

  1. 26 = L of the A ***sample*** 26 = Letters of the Alphabet
  2. 7 = W of the A W
  3. 1,001 = A N
  4. 12 = S of the Z
  5. 54 = C in D (with the J’s)
  6. 9 = P in the S S
  7. 88 = P K
  8. 13 = S on the A F
  9. 32 = D F at which W F
  10. 18 = H on a G C
  11. 90 = D in a R A
  12. 200 = D for P G in M
  13. 8 = S on a S S
  14. 3 = B M (SHTR)
  15. 4 = Q in a G
  16. 24 = H in a D
  17. 1 = W on a U
  18. 5 = D in a Z C
  19. 57 = H V
  20. 11 = P on a F T
  21. 1,000 = W that a P is W
  22. 29 = D in F in a L Y
  23. 64 = S on a C
  24. 40 = D and N of the G F

Good Luck!

Addendum on 2/10/09:  At some point, during one of the updates implemented by wordpress, the formatting got messed up on this post and I cannot fix it.  Confused?  The first two numbers in each line is the number of the question and not part of the question itself!  🙂

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6 responses to “Brain Game

  • David

    2. Wonders of the Ancient World
    4. Signs of the Zodiac
    7. Piano Keys
    8. Stars on the American Flag
    9. Degrees Fahrenheit at which Water Freezes
    12. Days for Picking Grapes in Madrid
    14. Blind Mice (See How They Run)
    15. Quarts in a Gallon
    16. Hours in a Day
    17. Weenie on a Unicorn (?)
    19. Heinz Varieties
    21. Words that a Picture is Worth
    22. Days in February in a Leap Year
    24. Days and Nights of the Great Flood

    What happened to:
    99 = B of B on the W
    12 = D of C (MTLGTM)

  • blahblahblog

    Well, David has cleared out all the easy ones for the rest of you! 😉

    Oh, and nice try on grape picking and unicorns! You win for creativity! But there are actually only 174 days for picking grapes in Madrid; and unicorns have no less than two, at least that is what all the people who have actually seen them report…

    Thanks for playing!

     

  • blahblahblog

    Almost forgot, 99 bottles of beer on the wall, and 12 days of Christmas (my true love gave to me).

  • Denise

    I didn’t read the ones above, and I have 15 out of 24 (counting, of course the “gimme” in number 1). I am waiting to have all 24 before I post my answers.

  • Whitney

    I thought you went back to work, are preping a condo for Diane, are putting toghether plans for a house and putting finishing touches on your own home. Where do you get the time? I was way off on all of them and taxing my brain on a different track. Way to go David!!!

  • Denise

    Here we go:
    1. Letter of the Alphabet (I’ll take credit for everything)
    2. Wonders of the Ancient World
    3. Arabian Nights
    4. Signs of the Zodiac
    5. Cards in a Deck (with the jokers)
    6. Planets in the Solar System
    7. Piano Keys
    8. Stripes on the American Flag (it’s not STARS)
    9. Degrees Farenheit at which water freezed
    10. Holes on a golf course
    11. degrees in a right angle
    12. dollars for passing go in Monopoly
    13. sides on a stop sign
    14. blind mice (see how they run!)
    15. Quarts in a gallon
    16. hours in a day
    17. Wheels on a unicycle
    18. digits in a zip code
    19. Heinz varieties
    20. people on a football team
    21. words that a picture is worth
    22. days in February in a Leap Year
    23 squares on a checkerboard (or a chessboard)
    24. days and nights of the great flood.

    That’s it! Thanks to Ann who had the same 4 remaining – we challenged each other and got the rest. And, kudos to our letter-carrier brother for the prompting on #18.

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