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Late one night a drunk guy is showing some friends around his brand new apartment. The last stop is the bedroom, where a big brass gong sits next to the bed. "What's that gong for?" the friend asks him. "It's not a gong," the drunk replies. "It's a talking clock." "How does it work?" The guys picks up a hammer, gives the gong an ear-shattering pound, and steps back. Suddenly, someone on the otherside of the wall screams, "For God's sake, you as*hole...it's 3:30 in the god damn morning!" What time was it when they started drinking? Use equation.

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  1. yomamabf
    • 3 years ago
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    @omnomnom

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    @nincompoop

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    @goformit100

  4. omnomnom
    • 3 years ago
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    Not enough info xD

  5. Wolfboy
    • 3 years ago
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    4X/5D*5O^9*56-101=2:20am

  6. Wolfboy
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    lol jk

  7. omnomnom
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    lol xD wolf

  8. Wolfboy
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    its actually

  9. Wolfboy
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    74x(x1)/4x(1b^2)59-1007*64.521789/42=4x-240/27*42 so the awnser is 2:30

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    • 3 years ago
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    xD lol

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