13. Sipping two numbers doesn't increase the number of "facts"<br />
Still, funny dude....thanks for the laugh :-)
1 through 10......Noneya
You were wrong about #s 6, 9, 10,11,12<br />
There were only ten suppositions, numbering the wrong doesnt change how many there are
Went too a Catholic school and in the 5Th grade a similar test was give to us. If memory severs me the 3rd line read (now place you pencils down and sit quality.) For the kids that didn't pay attention to that fact. well they were doing some pretty funny things for example: Get up, walk over too the black board and write your name on it. Pat your head and stomach at the same time. And so on. I was truly surprised to see the amount of names on the board. Moral of the story: always read S--T twice!
1. I'm a spelling Nazi as well as a grammar Nazi, so noticed all of the defects in your writing.<br />
2-10. That's all I've got to say about that.
It's still writing. Even though I do it on a computer, I'm a writer - not a typer. And to be totally honest, it's not typing on a computer. Typing is for typewriters.
I'm also trying to figure why a 22-25 year old male wants to be called "Fluffy." Ain't that kind of effiminate?
Sounds to me like you prefer the men.
I did check the numbers after that first one fooled me, so it doesn't quite work. :P