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Just for fun. I like this amusing puzzle. What are the next 2 letters in the series F S T F F S - -

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I was thinking about sunday monday lol finally got it
lol - you did it about twice as fast as i did
haha =)
okay I am super-dumb guy, but please reveal the secrets of this problem. ANYONE PLEASE? O Her Highness Diyadiya? :O
First Second Third Fourth ....
DUMB DUMB DUMB @apoorvk !!!! That reminds me, you must have NAILED the B.Arch test right?
Thanks though :)
No Problem :)
I actually think too much. :/
someone had posted something similar to this long back J F M A M J ....
Those are the months.. - .. J A S O N D In fact at first glance the above puzzle seemed like "Friday Saturday..." to me as well. :P

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