UK Adults are thick as shit

Discussion in 'News' started by JingleBells, Jul 18, 2007.

  1. JingleBells

    JingleBells FH is my second home

    Apparently 1 in 14 adults couldn't answer the following maths question for 8 year olds:
    What is one eighth of 32?
    a) 6 b) 4 c) 2 d) 8 e) None of these f) Don't know

    Oh dear :(

    Source: BBC
     
  2. tris-

    tris- Failed Geordie and Parmothief

    i got it in one go :p
     
  3. Dakkath

    Dakkath Can't get enough of FH

    I love the way FH handled this subject so sensitively...

    But yeah, I would have to shoot anyone who got it wrong.
     
  4. Dukat

    Dukat Resident Freddy

    1 in 14 sounds like an exaggeration to me, unless everyone where I live are the "one"'s and the other thirteen idiots are scattered around the rest of the country :p
     
  5. dysfunction

    dysfunction FH is my second home

    Well if they did the survey in the north they are bound to get more people getting the answer wrong...
     
  6. cHodAX

    cHodAX FH is my second home

    Fuck you! I can count, I just get stuck after I run out of fingers and toes! :p :D ;)
     
  7. Mazling

    Mazling Fledgling Freddie

    Fuck you, again. Though you're probably correct.
     
  8. Dukat

    Dukat Resident Freddy

    If it really is 1 in 14 in the UK, I wonder what that number would be in america? However many idiots we have, they'll have the same number a thousand-fold.
     
  9. Jarakin

    Jarakin One of Freddy's beloved

    Nah, even rednecks in america can at least count, they have to be able to, what with their 30-40 odd inbred children and all that. :)
     
  10. Mey

    Mey Part of the furniture

    Maths i can understand but there is no fucking excuse for the amount of people that can't read or write..
     
  11. Huntingtons

    Huntingtons Resident Freddy

    why is basic math different from basic reading and writing?
     
  12. Calaen

    Calaen I am a massive cock who isn't firing atm!

    He's probably right, such a shame that all the southerners would have ignored the guy asking the questions because they were too busy being busy :p
     
  13. gunner440

    gunner440 Hey Daddy Altman

    If you set that as a requirement for being able to receive benefits then you'll see the figure rise dramatically.
     
  14. dysfunction

    dysfunction FH is my second home


    Its cos its usually some northerner asking for money :p
     
  15. Trem

    Trem That there, that's not me. Moderator

    Thats bullshit.


    We don't ask we just take.
     
  16. Guest

    Guest Guest

    whats with the dodgy pre judged ideas about southerners being better than northerners


    It is you lot who drink warm beer and can't fight.

    It's grim up north, but i'd would rather be up here than darn sarf.

    The people are more friendly for a kick off, i can go into a shop up north that i have never been into before and actually start a conversation with the person behind the counter without them ringing the police as they think i am an escapee from a mental hospital or a suicide bomber, the people darn sarf are imho too busy and grumpy to care about anyone at all apart from them selves. especially those fom Oxford :)
     
  17. dysfunction

    dysfunction FH is my second home

    :england:
     
  18. Jimmy

    Jimmy Part of the furniture

    brooky could not agree more up north is much more friendly its also cheaper :) think about it 1 pint in london 4 pints in leeds/huddersfield :)
     
  19. dysfunction

    dysfunction FH is my second home

    You can buy a pint for 60p from a pub?
     
  20. Jimmy

    Jimmy Part of the furniture

    can if you know the landlord :)
     
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  21. nath

    nath Fledgling Freddie

    I fail to see the issue with this.
     
  22. Dukat

    Dukat Resident Freddy

    I think thats exactly what brooky means tbh, have to say I agree with him, people are generally much more friendly up north.
     
  23. Raven

    Raven Brrrrr!

    having lived near laaaandon* for five years i would quite happily see the south of England sawn off and glued onto france, they can join their equally rude, false friends there.



    *Everyone from daaan souf is from near London see, thats why they talk like *****
     
  24. Frizz

    Frizz Can't get enough of FH

    Hmmm, just hmmmm. To bite, or not to bite.
     
  25. Calaen

    Calaen I am a massive cock who isn't firing atm!

    Bite tbh cause you know it's true :p
     
  26. throdgrain

    throdgrain FH is my second home

    I agree with some of the sentiments expressed here about northerners. They are more friendly, helpful and talkative than southerners.

    However it's much warmer drier (except for today :p ) and richer down here, so Ill stop I reckon, for the time being.

    Do you think anyone would notice my accent up norff guys ?
     
  27. Calaen

    Calaen I am a massive cock who isn't firing atm!

    Richer as in everything is more expensive :p
     
  28. Raven

    Raven Brrrrr!

    we are £4000 a year better off since moving back to the midlands, still pretty much the same distance from London too. Wages arent that different, i am on £2000 a year more up here than i was down there doing pretty much the same job.
    housing prices are just retarded down there too. We rented a 1 bed house down there for £650 a month, the landlord said he was selling and gave us first refusal, £150,000. fuck that. now live in a lovely little village with a 2 bed 300 year old cottage and paying £425 a month, we can even afford to buy our own place when one becomes available in the village. decent real ale pub next door too!
     
  29. throdgrain

    throdgrain FH is my second home

    No mate, you know thats not true. Some things are a bit cheaper up there, but your avarage visit to Tescos or whatever is exactly the same.

    Yet the wages are quite a bit higher here.
     
  30. dysfunction

    dysfunction FH is my second home

    You mean you have to wait for someone to die first!
     

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