Donkeys and Mules
How donkeys can see their all four feet?
They cannot see any of their feet when looking in a normal position, with the head up. They are only able to see their front feet by looking down, and their back feet by moving their head from side to side.
Asked in Rules of the Road
What happens if you can't see 200 feet in all directions while driving?
Asked in Donkeys and Mules
If a donkey had a donkey in his donkey then what donkey is alive to see the other donkeys?
Asked in Aruba
Take a Travel Tour in Aruba?
Although Aruba is primarily known for the incredible beauty of its beaches, there are family-friendly travel tours available as well. The Donkey Sanctuary is an oasis for stray donkeys that roam on the island, which may otherwise be at risk of being hurt or killed. It is free to see and pet the donkeys. Feeding them involves a small fee, but all proceeds from the public are fed back into the program of rescuing and caring for more donkeys.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What did early skiers cover there feet with?
Asked in Donkeys and Mules, Literary Devices and Figures of Speech, Brackets Parentheses and Quotation Marks
What do quotes represent?
Quotes do represent the donkey's ears. Whatever found in donkeys ears is not always true. Some people resembling donkeys are speaking in quotes. In verbal communication is really difficult to see the quotes. You must look for donkeys' ears placed somewhere in people's heads! Donkeys do lie all the time. They are actually self-indulging. A common donkey name in my country ("Mentios") is of Spanish origin (mentida, mentidos), meaning: The Liar. Mentida / mentidos (Spanish), and, (la _) mensonge (French), both stand for: Lie, Lies. The very English word "message" can mean: a Lie. (Do compare it with the French word and you'll see why.) The ultimate knowledge is: Don't believe whatever it is said. Watch whether it is contained in quotes (' '). Those are donkeys ears.
Asked in Jokes and Riddles
What walks on four feet in the morning two feet in the evening and three at night?
The answer to this question is "a human". The reason is because, "what walks on four legs in the morning," like a baby. "Two feet in the evening," like a man. "and three feet at night," like an old man with a cane. This was from one of the Greek stories where a Sphinx asks this question to men to see if they are wise enough to answer it correctly. humans when we gat up in the morning we are laying all fours. AND THE REST i DONT KNOW. I KNOW IT SOUNDS STUPID BUT A LEAST I TRIED!!!
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
The perimeter of a square table is 24 feet What is the area of the table?
We know that a square has four sides that are equivalent in length. So, we can divide 24 feet by four to see what each side would be. 24 divided by 4=6 feet To find the area of a square, we multiply the length by the width- and now we know that each side is six feet. 6 multiplied by 6=36 The area of this table is 36 square feet.