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Counting with pictures

  • 30-06-2012 3:44pm
    Registered Users Posts: 4,634 ✭✭✭donegal.

    The goal is to find an image with each sequential number and just keep going as high as we can. It's probably going to be pretty easy at first, but if we happen to make it all the way to four-digit numbers, I'd imagine it could become quite the scavenger hunt.

    The rules:

    1. The number can be in either word form or numeric form. "1" is fine, as is "one".
    2. The number must be on its own - not a part of another number. In other words, "1582" is not an acceptable response for 1, 5, 8, or 2.
    3. Images that represent the number in some way are acceptable. For example, a picture of seven rabid wolverines is acceptable for the number 7. However, if the reference isn't obvious to everyone, you might tell us the reference (or at least tell us what number it represents).
    4. One exception to the above that will probably come into play as we get higher in number: Google Image labels that are really specific (i.e. no one would know about it) are NOT acceptable "references." In other words, a picture of a fire engine "Reserve Engine 1279" is not an acceptable answer for 1279 unless the number is actually in the picture.
    5. Images that aren't quite right, but are otherwise funny or clever may be acceptable. For example, an image of a "pie" is probably acceptable as an answer for 314.
    6. At the top or your reply, please type the number your picture represents if it isn't clearly in the picture.

    I'll start it.



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