Avoiding ABCDCBABBBB is sheer fun for certain hearty reasons.eddydevries wrote:If you make a line (graph) of it (A is the lowest, D the highest point), it looks like a heart beat .Puupenni - Wooden Penny wrote:I found yesterday a nice number BBAACCDCCBB reminding us of the global economic depression - - P W enpen
The possibility to find cool numbers is slight for lazy people like me. Who cares. We can always discuss the ones found by someone else to find the real meaning behind the numbers. It's certainly not with the numbers but behind them, you know.
(X)ABCDCCCCDCC found by Fons must have something to do with hyperventilation.
Or maybe it's a cry with breath ending in tears as a dramatic ending. It's up to you to decide. I vote for hyperventilation.
Another cool set of numbers of Fons' i.e. (X)AABBCCDDEEF must be a crooked trick to check our I.Q. What number do you think comes next? The trick is that it's not a number but a capital letter.
How dare you Fons trick us like that! And congratulations for this unbelievable fine rarity.
The third cool one of Fons' is (X)ABBAABABBCD. Does it not remind you - dear reader - of your first date? Note the rhythm with the slow opening and the hidden eagerness of yours just to be pulled down as it always happens but then after a while suddenly the beat of numbers is fastening with your heartbeat on the way to the grand finale, your first kiss.
Do I really think so? No I don't. I just made it up for you. You know better.
P Woo enp (-assant)