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Old July 10, 2006, 10:48 AM
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A father gave $150 to his son and $100 to his daughter. Together he gave them total of $150. How that is possible, tell me?
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Old July 10, 2006, 10:54 AM
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A father gave $150 to his son and $100 to his daughter. Together he gave them total of $150. How that is possible, tell me?
he first gave 150 to son then took 100 away and gave it to daughter .
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Old July 10, 2006, 11:17 AM
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father kept $150 in the bank for 10 years and with interest he got back $250. then, he discriminately gave his son $150 and daughter $100. very easy.
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Old July 10, 2006, 11:20 AM
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He gave the son 150 then the daughter 100 separately. Then gave another 150 to both of them to share, meaning the boy got total of 225 (150 + 150/2) and the daughter got 175 (100 + 150/2).
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Old July 10, 2006, 01:19 PM
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why more to the son? chi chi chi...bad father!
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Old July 10, 2006, 02:30 PM
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maybe his son is his daughter... two in one... you know what I mean?
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Old July 10, 2006, 03:05 PM
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maybe his son is his daughter... two in one... you know what I mean?
i was going to say that...so he spent $100 on women's clothes and $50 on shaving utensils :p
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Old July 10, 2006, 03:14 PM
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The father frst gave 50 bucks to his son. Then gave 100 bucks to his daugther. Then ordered the daughter to give it the entire money to her brother.
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Old July 11, 2006, 09:52 AM
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Actually, I got this dha dha from one of humayun ahmads novel. The name of the novel is "Pakhi amar akla pakhi". Anyway, the novel does not say the answer for the dha dha. My answer is this: the father gave $50 to his son and $100 more to his both child to share. That is how they are given total of $150. So Ferdous bhai ar biral chok bhai er ta amar tar shathe mile.
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Old July 11, 2006, 09:55 AM
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O by the way, the both child in the novel are male. I just made one female to spice up the dha dha!!
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Old July 11, 2006, 10:05 AM
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Well son or daughter, it still adds up to $250 in total coz it's not mathematically correct.. Logically the father probably gave $150 to son #1 and told him to give $100 to son #2.. I think..
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Old July 11, 2006, 10:26 AM
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That reminds me of another Humayun Ahmed novel dhadha thats unanswered...


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নাই তাই খাচ্ছো, থাকলে কোথায় পেতে?
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Is it "Dha Dha" or "Dha Da" ?
I know its not "Da Da" like "Aa Da" or "Da Dha" like "Ga Dha".
The other Bangla Word that really confuses me is: "Thu Thu" or is it "Thu Tu"
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Is it "Dha Dha" or "Dha Da" ?
I know its not "Da Da" like "Aa Da" or "Da Dha" like "Ga Dha".
The other Bangla Word that really confuses me is: "Thu Thu" or is it "Thu Tu"
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Old July 11, 2006, 03:48 PM
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Is it "Dha Dha" or "Dha Da" ?
I know its not "Da Da" like "Aa Da" or "Da Dha" like "Ga Dha".
The other Bangla Word that really confuses me is: "Thu Thu" or is it "Thu Tu"
Since there are two "chondrobindu"s on both the "dha"s, I guess the right way to write it in English would be "Dhan Dhan"???

Also, "ThuThu" is the right written form, but the "kothyo" form is "ThuTu". Same goes for "PhuPhu" ("PhuPu").
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Old July 12, 2006, 09:46 AM
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Mahmood bhai can you explain the dha dha, I didn't get it???
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Old July 12, 2006, 09:58 AM
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Is it "Dha Dha" or "Dha Da" ?
I know its not "Da Da" like "Aa Da" or "Da Dha" like "Ga Dha".
The other Bangla Word that really confuses me is: "Thu Thu" or is it "Thu Tu"
Certainly it is not hip-hop as your icon is suggesting.
It goes like..

"Dha dha tin ta, terey kate dhin ta."
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Old July 12, 2006, 10:23 AM
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That reminds me of another Humayun Ahmed novel dhadha thats unanswered...


কহেন কবি কালিদাস পথে যেতে যেতে
নাই তাই খাচ্ছো, থাকলে কোথায় পেতে?
My dad used to say it, I know the answer. The story behind it is: once kalidash was walking and saw a dead cow being eaten by vultures. so he said those two lines. Jaan (soul) is absense in the cow, so the vultures can eat it, but they won't be able to if jaan was there.
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Old July 12, 2006, 10:52 AM
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Is it "Dha Dha" or "Dha Da" ?
I know its not "Da Da" like "Aa Da" or "Da Dha" like "Ga Dha".
The other Bangla Word that really confuses me is: "Thu Thu" or is it "Thu Tu"
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My dad used to say it, I know the answer. The story behind it is: once kalidash was walking and saw a dead cow being eaten by vultures. so he said those two lines. Jaan (soul) is absense in the cow, so the vultures can eat it, but they won't be able to if jaan was there.
আপনার বাবা আপনাকে একটু পরিস্কৃত সংস্করন বলেছেন ...

কারো সুক্ষ-রুচিতে আঘাত করার শঙ্কা বশত ক্ষমা প্রার্থনা-পূর্বক শুরু করছি -

কবি কালিদাস রাস্তায় হাঁটতে হাঁটতে দেখেন একটা গরুর লেজ কাটা এবং কাটা লেজের জায়গায় দগদগে ঘা ... কিছু মাছি সেখানে ভীড় করেছে ক্ষুধা নিবৃত করার আশায়। লেজ নেই বলেই মাছি গুলো খাওয়া দাওয়া করতে পারছে দেখে কবি কালিদাসের সেই মহা কাব্য -

কহেন কবি কালিদাস পথে যেতে যেতে
নাই তাই খাচ্ছ, থাকলে কোথায় পেতে?
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Some days ago in one the thread some guy posted the whole book of HUmayon Ahmeds HIMU book in mp3. Can anyone point me to that thread. I downloaded couple of them now i am missing the end... Please help
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