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Good call, that's what it is.
http://www.highland-cattle.co.uk/
The irony is that the best site I found is in the US:
http://www.midwesthighlands.org/
Here is a funny little story for the season:

http://www.starfleet.us/BirdForCmasDinner.wmv

It is a Windows Media file. Remove any spaces in the URL...
I found another by Gayla Peevey of Oklahoma.
'I want a hippopotomus for Christmas'
We can't forget 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'.
I just had to cut and paste this it has to be the weirdest christmas song
Percy, The Puny Poinsettia

Percy the puny poinsettia
is hanging his bloom in dismay
If they had just kept him wetta
he’d be a houseplant today
Folks liked the other plants betta
now he’s alone on the More...
CONGRATS Grandma Deb!! Today is my granddaughter Daryne's birthday as well!! She was born 8 years ago. You've all seen her picture several times here. Most recent the one with all the animals around her in the car. The annoying one that showed 3 times! Anyway, they certainly grow up way too More...
Greg, there is always
'All I want for Christmas are my two front teeth'
Glenn that bird link is just...well... funny yet sad.
GannieMo; For those of us getting older, maybe that song should be 'All I Want For Christmas is a New Set of Teeth'!
That's quite the song, GannieMo! I wonder what the tune is like? I'm trying to think of funny songs, but all I can come up with are the songs we'd change the words to as kids. For example:

Joy to the world, the teacher's dead
we barbecued his head
the principal is gone, we flushed More...
If you want to listen to Rolf Harris sing a 'traditional Australian
Carol' 6 White Boomers
go to this link
users.tpg.com.au/sharenet/c/sixwhite.html
And for you Grandmas out there, follow this link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPaGQEskSKM
In keeping with Greg's WestJet quotes, here are some more from teh aviation world:

Tower: Delta 351 you have traffic at 10:00, 6 miles
Delta 351: Give us another hint, we have digital watches!

Centre: TWA 2341, for noise abatement turn right 45 degrees
TWA: Centre, we're at More...
Greg, there is actually a song 'All I want for Christmas is my upper plate'
I also found 'All you need is elves' sung to the tune of the Beatles all you need is love. I didn't realise just how many there are out there when I started this?
GannieMo:
'Santa Clause is Watching You' by Ray Stevens.
In the song 'Santa Claus is Watching You', the reindeer include the traditional ones plus 'Bruce and Marvin, Leon, Cletus and George and Bill and Slick, and Do-right, Clyde (who's actually a camel borrowed from Stevens's previous song More...
Is that one of The Beatles?

A very Happy Birthday to Kiarah Jayde, and congratulations to Barbara from Northern CA for winning the competition. Deb, congratulations and thanks for coordinating the competition.
Good mAen
mmm, that reminds me - I really do need a hair cut.
Greg and Elsa - those aviation stories were just great. Thank you, you have made my day.
Good mAen! Funny stuff Greg. GannieMo, how about the song, 'I saw Daddy kissing Santa Claus.'
I would like to move its hair so it can see!

Wasn't it Mommy kissing Santa Claus? Daddy kissing Santa Claus seems a little too proactive for the time the song was published.
'Daddy kissing Santa Claus' was a remake of the other version. They even had a little video showing the mother dressed up as Santa and the kid catching the father kissing Santa(her). But it did raise disapproval because of what it was suggesting.
I saw Daddy kissing Santa Claus
underneath the mistletoe last night.
He didn't see me creep
down the stairs to have a peep.
He thought that I was tucked up in my bedroom fast asleep.

Then I saw Daddy tickle Santa Claus
underneath his beard so snowy white.
There must be More...
Hello everyone, it's been raining since we arrived up here at Newcastle and would you believe I'm getting sick of it bring back the sunshine. Congratulations Deb on the birth of your grandchild. Will catch up when I get home. Bye all
Great joke lines Greg and Elsa. GannieMo, I was feeling very proud of myself when you first posed your question, but Greg beat me to the only other silly song, other than what you started with. I had no idea there were so many known silly Christmas songs either. Good fun in finding out about them.
What a cute animal! How can he see?
Deb: Congratulations on grandbaby!
Canuk Greg: Loved the airline comments!
GannieMo: Our family's favorite is Christmas at Ground Zero by Weird Al.
GannieMo: Here's the lyrics (of course you have to like sick humor to enjoy this one):

Its christmas at ground zero
Theres music in the air
The sleigh bells are ringing and the carolers are singing
While the air raid sirens blare

Its christmas at ground zero
The button More...
Morning all. I have a new CD of Aussie Christmas songs. There's Six White Boomers of course, and a couple of others I would class as funny/wierd. Will dig it out of the car later, and put them in. For now, it's off to baseball, last game of the year.
Martha: Wierd Al has always been great! Thanks!

Stella: Thanks! Hadn't heard that version before!

Cheers to both of you!
1:53
Hey Deb...congrads! I'm glad I checked in today for the news (it's been rough getting on lately). Anyway, do we hear seconds for another competition?
To celebrate the newest sudoku player...


A retired gentleman went to the social security office to apply for Social Security.

The woman behind the counter asked him for his driver's license to verify his age. He looked in his pockets and realized he had left his wallet at home. More...
An elderly couple had been experiencing declining memories, so they decided to take a power memory class where one is taught to remember things by association.

A few days after the class, the old man was outside talking with his neighbor about how much the class helped him.

'What More...
Jingle Bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg.
The Batmobile lost a wheel,
And Joker got away!

To the tune of ''Joy to the World''
I p**sed my pants, I drank too much,
the toilet was to far!
(The last courtesy(???) of my 16 year old son. Some times I think I live in Animal House!)
It's a woolly bull!!
Re picture: 'I can hear it, I can smell it, but I just can't see it' saeth the cow
Greg: LOVED the airlines joke, sounds like a laid-back sort of airline!
Deb: congratulations on the newsest arrival Kiarah. She shares a birthday with my mum (Jeannie from Gosford, but don't tell anyone. More...
Deb, congratulations on the arrival of your grandchild!
btw, thongs in Australia are the same as flip flops in US
Happy Birthday Jeannie from Gosford
Hmmm... the picture looks like a Vidal Sasoon haircut from the 70's... lots of long fringe covering the face to make the wearer appear 'mysterious'..... And how do I know this?? I had one of those long fringes in the 70's too..!! Yuk.... Have a great Sunday everyone
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