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Thunk Number 13076

My friends and I came up with some Wall Thunks: If a wall has a big door in it is it still a wall or is it a door? If a wall falls to the floor is the floor or a wall? If a wall is made of rope, is it still a wall or a climbing frame? When does lots of walls become a house?
Yes

62%

No

38%


Date Added: 03/04/2017 - 3 Comments

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Comment from: F. Law

HERES A THUNK FOR YA. HOW MANY THUNKS CAN YOU PUT IN A THUNK BEFORE THE THUNK ISNT A THUNK?????? THUNK ABOUT THAT MR K W ALL.

Date added: 03/04/2017 17:11:55
Comment from: C. Eeling

Hi there Mr All, My name is Charlie Eeling and I work at an Architectural firm called the HAWSE, the House Architectural Works of Southern England. In answer to your questions: 1) This was a tough one, but the gang and I got around a table and had a thunk. The door remains a door, however, it is in a wall, and the wall (not the door) is a wall, with the door inside it. 2) This one was also tough and after much consideration, we concluded that this ought to be called a floor-wall, or a fwall, if

Date added: 03/04/2017 17:25:09
Comment from: Ryan Ewef

Am I the ONLY person who doesn't understand this post?

Date added: 03/04/2017 17:35:42

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