October 1, 2010 warringtononlineblog What Does This Mean? A puzzle of two students. Can you make sense out of the following words? Peter where Paul had had had had had had had had had had had the teachers approval A surprise prize for the first correct answer to be left on the blog. Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...
I know the answer to this one… I think
Peter, where Paul had had “had had” had had “had”, “had had” had had the teachers aproval.
The teacher was asking them to make Annagrams from the letters ‘AAHHDD’
Peter had had the word HAD, when paul had had the words HAD HAD
And the teacher chose paul as the winner with the with the words HAD HAD…
Peter, where Paul had had “had”, had had “had had”. “Had had” had had the teacher’s approval.
Well done, to both Tony and Mike, For a complete explanation of the riddle, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_while_John_had_had_had_had_had_had_had_had_had_had_had_a_better_effect_on_the_teacher
The surprise prize?
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