What is impossible?


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How many impossible things, actions, what ever, can you think of?
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I know it is impossible for me to marry Yasmeen Ghauri. Does that count?
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Changing a duvet cover in the back of a moving caravan.

Playing the sax solo from Gerry Rafferties Baker street while kicking a football up an escalator.

Opening a bag of Doritoes whilst standing in a hammock.

Being right in an argument against an angry woman.

Reading a copy of The Daily Mail without rolling your eyes, regardless of how right or left wing you are.

Unicycling backwards across a tight rope juggling whilst drunk.

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What is impossible?


Quote Quote by Schrodinger's Dog View Post
Being right in an argument against an angry woman.


Write an SMS with your feet.
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Quote Quote by wolram View Post
How many impossible things, actions, what ever, can you think of?
I can't think of any.
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Me fail English, that's unpossible!
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nothing? is that the right answer? this is a guidance counseling session right?
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Creating a star with your hands.

It's not hard to think of something impossible.
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Quote Quote by wolram View Post
How many impossible things, actions, what ever, can you think of?
You mean, how many before breakfast ?

It is impossible to pull out a quark out of an hadron.
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Quote Quote by JasonRox View Post
Creating a star with your hands.

It's not hard to think of something impossible.
i can do that

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It is impossible to pull out a quark out of an hadron.
that too
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Working in the yard without getting injured.
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Teaching a snake to tap-dance.
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To comb a hairy sphere flat
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Millions upon billions upon trillions

For example - listing them all.
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Quote Quote by wolram View Post
How many impossible things, actions, what ever, can you think of?
At least one.
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Turning your hand one direction, and the same foot the other (for example, turn your left hand clockwise and your left foot CCW).
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Turning your hand one direction, and the same foot the other (for example, turn your left hand clockwise and your left foot CCW).
I can do it.
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Quote Quote by Evo View Post
I can do it.
Hey, me too, I just tried it out!!

CompuChip, think of something better, please.


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