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Corker (Posted on 2006-10-02) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Take a glass that is partially filled with water and drop a cork into it. The cork won't float in the center, but keeps drifting to one side and attaching itself to the side of the glass.

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Without swirling the water, how can you make the cork float in the center?

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re(2): Cheerios - bewilderment | Comment 8 of 14 |
(In reply to re: Cheerios - bewilderment by brianjn)

Yes, I am sometimes a foolish American who assumes the whole world wants to be just like us because we are clearly superior in every way.  Hey, at least you have the internet over there.

I assumed Cheerios (the little rings of oat breakfast cereal) was marketed worldwide because they are ubiquitous here.  They are probably in the top 3 cereals by sales in the US.  Froot Loops is also well known here. 


  Posted by Jer on 2006-10-03 11:10:48
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