Can you solve graffiti maths equation on Boscombe wall?

Jenny Awford / / News

BAFFLED Boscombe residents are puzzled by a piece of graffiti in Boscombe Crescent which shows an advanced maths equation.

The piece of wall art has caused speculation in the area and the Daily Echo is appealing for help from readers to try and solve the problem.

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Jonathan Crozier, who sent in the photograph, said the graffiti has not been removed or defaced for at least a week.

He said: “Earlier today, when I checked, it had still not been defaced - suggesting that even the local yobs can see the exceptional merit in it. My suspicion is that a mathematics graduate must have done it.”

The councillor for Boscombe West, Chris Wakefield said: “It’s an interesting equation, but I’m not a chemist or a mathematician. If someone would like to come forward and tell us what it means then I would be intrigued.

“The question is, do people think this is wall art or graffiti? It’s quite an interesting debate.

“We have had some problems with politically motivated and offensive graffiti in the surrounding area.”

Boscombe Crescent is currently undergoing a phase of improvements to try and encourage more residents and visitors to use the park as a safe and attractive public open space.

Holly Crosby, a maths graduate from Bournemouth said: “This is clearly a very advanced equation and I would like to have a go at cracking it.”

If you think you can decipher this complicated brainteaser then send your answer to: Jennifer.awford@bournemouthecho.co.uk or comment below.

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Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch....

Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch.... speedy231278 Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch....Shame on the Echo for publishing an April Fool in July!

Shame on the Echo for publishing an April Fool in July! casualtyofchocolate Shame on the Echo for publishing an April Fool in July!Looks like gibberish based on the use of Sigma (Σ). This is usually used to denote summing over a range (think Excel spreadsheets). So Σ squared doesn't mean much.

Looks like gibberish based on the use of Sigma (Σ). This is usually used to denote summing over a range (think Excel spreadsheets). So Σ squared doesn't mean much. GreyBeardLoon Looks like gibberish based on the use of Sigma (Σ). This is usually used to denote summing over a range (think Excel spreadsheets). So Σ squared doesn't mean much.It reads...

It reads... "Whilst you were trying to work this out... I stole your wallet. Thanks and have a nice day" Cruiser89 It reads..."Whilst you were trying to work this out... I stole your wallet. Thanks and have a nice day"

"Whilst you were trying to work this out... I stole your wallet. Thanks and have a nice day"

That quote by the "maths graduate" is nonsense because it's not "an equation".

That quote by the "maths graduate" is nonsense because it's not "an equation". It looks like some stuff from a book on algebraic topology or algebraic geometry. It's a bunch of equations and identities, but it's not clear what order they're in or what is being calculated. Without context, it's just a nice piece of art. HiGene That quote by the "maths graduate" is nonsense because it's not "an equation".It looks like some stuff from a book on algebraic topology or algebraic geometry.

It's a bunch of equations and identities, but it's not clear what order they're in or what is being calculated. Without context, it's just a nice piece of art.

It looks like some stuff from a book on algebraic topology or algebraic geometry.

It's a bunch of equations and identities, but it's not clear what order they're in or what is being calculated. Without context, it's just a nice piece of art.

You say "Baffled Boscombe residents are puzzled..."

You say "Baffled Boscombe residents are puzzled..." Yes, but this is not news it's a local lifestyle! muscliffman You say "Baffled Boscombe residents are puzzled..."Yes, but this is not news it's a local lifestyle!

Yes, but this is not news it's a local lifestyle!

or it could be meaningless bit of trolling. which deserves a congrats as they have got it in the local rag. [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch....[/p][/quote]it could also be someone's attempt at economics with the "= no vacancies" meaning that there are no jobs. or it could be meaningless bit of trolling. which deserves a congrats as they have got it in the local rag. BoscVegas

or it could be meaningless bit of trolling. which deserves a congrats as they have got it in the local rag. it could also be someone's attempt at economics with the "= no vacancies" meaning that there are no jobs.

It's ancient wall writings

It's ancient wall writings known to experts as Giro glyphics Bob49 It's ancient wall writingsknown to experts as Giro glyphics

known to experts as Giro glyphics

It states the world is going to end next month, so you might as well buy a REAL Madrid ticket.

It states the world is going to end next month, so you might as well buy a REAL Madrid ticket. brainy ollie It states the world is going to end next month, so you might as well buy a REAL Madrid ticket.To be fair you could put 2+2= ?? to baffle the local Boscombe residents!!

To be fair you could put 2+2= ?? to baffle the local Boscombe residents!! homerjsimpson1979 To be fair you could put 2+2= ?? to baffle the local Boscombe residents!!I used to live on the next road over from the Crescent but we moved to a smaller property down the road. Was very happy there for 2 1/2 years! [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch....[/p][/quote]I wanted to move into one of these flats when they were finished but unfortunately after about 20 months of waiting for them to be finished we moved to another new build about 5 minutes down the road. I used to live on the next road over from the Crescent but we moved to a smaller property down the road. Was very happy there for 2 1/2 years! rozmister

I used to live on the next road over from the Crescent but we moved to a smaller property down the road. Was very happy there for 2 1/2 years! I wanted to move into one of these flats when they were finished but unfortunately after about 20 months of waiting for them to be finished we moved to another new build about 5 minutes down the road.

Cllr Wakefield says " Boscombe Crescent is currently undergoing a phase of improvements to try and encourage more residents and visitors to use the park as a safe and attractive public open space"

Cllr Wakefield says " Boscombe Crescent is currently undergoing a phase of improvements to try and encourage more residents and visitors to use the park as a safe and attractive public open space" Could he tell us when this next phase will take place and what can we expect? Gary Sherborne Cllr Wakefield says " Boscombe Crescent is currently undergoing a phase of improvements to try and encourage more residents and visitors to use the park as a safe and attractive public open space"Could he tell us when this next phase will take place and what can we expect?

Could he tell us when this next phase will take place and what can we expect?

the derelict building behind the boards which is such a blight on the Crescent, is owned by some people who now live in Poland. as far as i can determine, the council has done nothing to encourage its restoration or demolition. Why? .

the derelict building behind the boards which is such a blight on the Crescent, is owned by some people who now live in Poland. as far as i can determine, the council has done nothing to encourage its restoration or demolition. Why? . Gary Sherborne the derelict building behind the boards which is such a blight on the Crescent, is owned by some people who now live in Poland. as far as i can determine, the council has done nothing to encourage its restoration or demolition. Why? .It's the recipe for crystal meth

It's the recipe for crystal meth Derf It's the recipe for crystal methThe councillor for Boscombe West, Chris Wakefield said: “It’s an interesting equation, but I’m not a chemist or a mathematician.No, your a pratt !

The councillor for Boscombe West, Chris Wakefield said: “It’s an interesting equation, but I’m not a chemist or a mathematician.No, your a pratt ! Roger West Ate My Hamster The councillor for Boscombe West, Chris Wakefield said: “It’s an interesting equation, but I’m not a chemist or a mathematician.No, your a pratt !The last council parks officer who developed the "make-over" for the crescent has moved on and now works in London. Like he really cared about what people want.

The last council parks officer who developed the "make-over" for the crescent has moved on and now works in London. Like he really cared about what people want. Gary Sherborne The last council parks officer who developed the "make-over" for the crescent has moved on and now works in London. Like he really cared about what people want."I think they took the seats away because people who wanted to use them never got a look in because they were being used by people drinking tinnies."

"I think they took the seats away because people who wanted to use them never got a look in because they were being used by people drinking tinnies." so now the seats have been taken away they do get a look in ? Meanwhile in the real world this was yet another total waste of money, unless it was like Boscombe Seafront where yellow lines were stuck everywhere to keep folk away (it worked). As the £55,000 spent has certainly kept everyone away - and it looks an absolute eyesore . Bob49 "I think they took the seats away because people who wanted to use them never got a look in because they were being used by people drinking tinnies."so now the seats have been taken away they do get a look in ?

Meanwhile in the real world this was yet another total waste of money, unless it was like Boscombe Seafront where yellow lines were stuck everywhere to keep folk away (it worked).

As the £55,000 spent has certainly kept everyone away - and it looks an absolute eyesore .

so now the seats have been taken away they do get a look in ?

Meanwhile in the real world this was yet another total waste of money, unless it was like Boscombe Seafront where yellow lines were stuck everywhere to keep folk away (it worked).

As the £55,000 spent has certainly kept everyone away - and it looks an absolute eyesore .

It's definitely a housing benefit equation to work out how much they can fleece.

It's definitely a housing benefit equation to work out how much they can fleece. Note the upward arrows indicating a rent increase. BIGTONE It's definitely a housing benefit equation to work out how much they can fleece.Note the upward arrows indicating a rent increase.

Note the upward arrows indicating a rent increase.

Holly Crosby, a maths graduate from Bournemouth said: “This is clearly a very advanced equation and I would like to have a go at cracking it.”

Holly Crosby, a maths graduate from Bournemouth said: “This is clearly a very advanced equation and I would like to have a go at cracking it.” I hope we didn't have to pay for your education ! you+me=1 square'd ? in Boscombe ?? God help us !!! bournenbred Holly Crosby, a maths graduate from Bournemouth said: “This is clearly a very advanced equation and I would like to have a go at cracking it.”I hope we didn't have to pay for your education !

you+me=1 square'd ?

in Boscombe ??

God help us !!!

I hope we didn't have to pay for your education !

you+me=1 square'd ?

in Boscombe ??

God help us !!!

Whatever it is, it all adds up to 'no vacancies'...

Whatever it is, it all adds up to 'no vacancies'... madras Whatever it is, it all adds up to 'no vacancies'...It's probably someone who went to university, got a degree and now can't find a decent job, so they're fiddling about, wasting time writing stuff like that in Boscombe.

It's probably someone who went to university, got a degree and now can't find a decent job, so they're fiddling about, wasting time writing stuff like that in Boscombe. I hope it's a formulae for making cornflour jump about on a speaker, that's great fun and not at all a waste of time. spooki It's probably someone who went to university, got a degree and now can't find a decent job, so they're fiddling about, wasting time writing stuff like that in Boscombe.I hope it's a formulae for making cornflour jump about on a speaker, that's great fun and not at all a waste of time.

I hope it's a formulae for making cornflour jump about on a speaker, that's great fun and not at all a waste of time.

I think someone owes Ali8 an apology (aside from Speedy231278 that is!) [quote][p][bold]ali8[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ali8[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Doesn't it say "=no vacancies" at the bottom corner? My guess is that it's not actually any sort of equation whatsoever, but a dig at the face the building behind appears to be derelict and could instead be occupied (although who would want to live in such an area anyway?). I suspect it's similar to Ronnie Barker's infamous hieroglyphics sketch....[/p][/quote]I wanted to move into one of these flats when they were finished but unfortunately after about 20 months of waiting for them to be finished we moved to another new build about 5 minutes down the road. I used to live on the next road over from the Crescent but we moved to a smaller property down the road. Was very happy there for 2 1/2 years![/p][/quote]So ?[/p][/quote]You put the normal cliche "Who would want to live in such an area anyway" - the answer is plenty of people who aren't snobs.[/p][/quote]But I didn't put in any cliché about not wanting to live there, nor has anyone else at this time of writing I think. I suggest you keep your responses/insults ('snobs') in your head until the appropriate comment comes up (if it does) rather than trying to make it up.[/p][/quote]Ali8, Rozmister was quoting speedy231278 who commented ''(although who would want to live in such an area anyway?)'' see above... I think someone owes Ali8 an apology (aside from Speedy231278 that is!) PabloEstrella

I think someone owes Ali8 an apology (aside from Speedy231278 that is!) Ali8, Rozmister was quoting speedy231278 who commented ''(although who would want to live in such an area anyway?)'' see above...

It's the equation that councillors used to define success of the IMAX and surf reef.......

It's the equation that councillors used to define success of the IMAX and surf reef....... Seafrontpatroller It's the equation that councillors used to define success of the IMAX and surf reef.......Your ALL wrong ! It is the calculation used to create the Boscombe Surf Reef !!!

Your ALL wrong ! It is the calculation used to create the Boscombe Surf Reef !!! TWERLY Your ALL wrong ! It is the calculation used to create the Boscombe Surf Reef !!!This isn't even a maths equation!!! Why is this even news? It's just a load of **** that some idiot has written on a wall!

This isn't even a maths equation!!! Why is this even news? It's just a load of **** that some idiot has written on a wall! BournemouthMum This isn't even a maths equation!!! Why is this even news? It's just a load of **** that some idiot has written on a wall!Wall art?

Wall art? No just some mindless vandal with too much time on their hands! elite50 Wall art?No just some mindless vandal with too much time on their hands!

No just some mindless vandal with too much time on their hands!

It was the janitor.

It was the janitor. Bournefre It was the janitor.Looks like a load of old calculus to me.

Looks like a load of old calculus to me. The Liberal Looks like a load of old calculus to me.Is it Eddie Mitchell's last set of accounts!!!

Is it Eddie Mitchell's last set of accounts!!! sussexcherry Is it Eddie Mitchell's last set of accounts!!!It's the formulae they used to create the lossless trouble free version of the Twin Sails Bridge.They couldn't fathom it out though hence all the problems.

It's the formulae they used to create the lossless trouble free version of the Twin Sails Bridge.They couldn't fathom it out though hence all the problems. baron hardup It's the formulae they used to create the lossless trouble free version of the Twin Sails Bridge.They couldn't fathom it out though hence all the problems.The equation appears to be a formula to predict the way an object moves through a medium. The use of sigma, and sigma squared as a standard deviation and variance would take into account any deviation from the expected data caused by random, unpredictable anomalies.

The equation appears to be a formula to predict the way an object moves through a medium. The use of sigma, and sigma squared as a standard deviation and variance would take into account any deviation from the expected data caused by random, unpredictable anomalies. mgibbs The equation appears to be a formula to predict the way an object moves through a medium. The use of sigma, and sigma squared as a standard deviation and variance would take into account any deviation from the expected data caused by random, unpredictable anomalies.Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy???

Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy??? DUCKFEEDER Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy???Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy???

Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy??? DUCKFEEDER Having a quick look at it, it is not a formula but just random math equations scribbled on a wall,on the other hand it could be the formula of how to keep a woman happy???Is it wingdings?

Is it wingdings? GAHmusic Is it wingdings?"random math equations"

"random math equations" I think you mean maths as in mathematics Bob49 "random math equations"I think you mean maths

as in mathematics

I think you mean maths

as in mathematics

Its something to do with lack of planning permission granted leads to lovely building being allowed to rot being screened by boarding upon which interesting graffiti is being painted on a pre-blacked out board. A similar equation was used at the cliff end hotel, and a slightly modified version was used at the david lloyd site.

Its something to do with lack of planning permission granted leads to lovely building being allowed to rot being screened by boarding upon which interesting graffiti is being painted on a pre-blacked out board. A similar equation was used at the cliff end hotel, and a slightly modified version was used at the david lloyd site. UrbanCrab Its something to do with lack of planning permission granted leads to lovely building being allowed to rot being screened by boarding upon which interesting graffiti is being painted on a pre-blacked out board. A similar equation was used at the cliff end hotel, and a slightly modified version was used at the david lloyd site.Its a secret recipe to cook up a batch of Crack Cocaine or something similar I should imagine.

Its a secret recipe to cook up a batch of Crack Cocaine or something similar I should imagine. Blob01 Its a secret recipe to cook up a batch of Crack Cocaine or something similar I should imagine.Where is Carol Vorderman or Prof Brian Cox when we need them ;)

Where is Carol Vorderman or Prof Brian Cox when we need them ;) EGHH Where is Carol Vorderman or Prof Brian Cox when we need them ;)The question is: what is the meaning of life, the universe and everything. Where have you been ?

The question is: what is the meaning of life, the universe and everything. Where have you been ? AdelaidePete The question is: what is the meaning of life, the universe and everything. Where have you been ?It's Nigel Farage's last tax return, right down the "No Vacancies" at the end.

It's Nigel Farage's last tax return, right down the "No Vacancies" at the end. Tripod It's Nigel Farage's last tax return, right down the "No Vacancies" at the end.If in doubt choose answer 'B'.

If in doubt choose answer 'B'. Phixer If in doubt choose answer 'B'.Q - Can you solve mystery maths equation on Boscombe wall?

Q - Can you solve mystery maths equation on Boscombe wall? A - No. EStaffs90 Q - Can you solve mystery maths equation on Boscombe wall?A - No.

A - No.

This looks to be an attempt at inter-dimensional membrane penetration energy level requirements requirements. There are errors.

This looks to be an attempt at inter-dimensional membrane penetration energy level requirements requirements. There are errors. losttimetraveller This looks to be an attempt at inter-dimensional membrane penetration energy level requirements requirements. There are errors.U+ME=1^2 "you and me = more than the sum of our parts" (X^2-Y^2) dx+(XY^2)+dy=0 "without each other we are nothing" also.. for public information the last comment posted on this huge board in boscombe was "the rich pi** on us whilst the media tell us its raining" just irony how they didn't publish that one! LOL

U+ME=1^2 "you and me = more than the sum of our parts" (X^2-Y^2) dx+(XY^2)+dy=0 "without each other we are nothing" also.. for public information the last comment posted on this huge board in boscombe was "the rich pi** on us whilst the media tell us its raining" just irony how they didn't publish that one! LOL wakeupsheeples U+ME=1^2 "you and me = more than the sum of our parts" (X^2-Y^2) dx+(XY^2)+dy=0 "without each other we are nothing" also.. for public information the last comment posted on this huge board in boscombe was "the rich pi** on us whilst the media tell us its raining" just irony how they didn't publish that one! LOLAs a Boscombe resident I quite enjoy reading the graffiti that appears on this hoarding, at least it's not a ridiculous tag. I am always curious to see what the next message will be, sadly I doubt it is any great mathematical equation, as I think I know who the culprit is and I suspect the ramblings only make sense to that person as does the really bizarre music she has a habit of singing and wailing outside my home in the early hours before scribbling odd messages on nearby Walls. At the end of the day it harms no one, Boscombe undoubtedly has an unfair share of problems but things like this just make me smile, the eccentricities of some of our residents make the area. To all those who take every story about Boscombe as an opportunity to spout vile comments about the area and it's residents you really might be surprised to find that some of us are relatively normal affluent people who choose to live in a lively area that benefits from amazing architecture fantastic beaches and a bit of life rather than the boring urban sprawl that makes up the majority of Bournemouth.

As a Boscombe resident I quite enjoy reading the graffiti that appears on this hoarding, at least it's not a ridiculous tag. I am always curious to see what the next message will be, sadly I doubt it is any great mathematical equation, as I think I know who the culprit is and I suspect the ramblings only make sense to that person as does the really bizarre music she has a habit of singing and wailing outside my home in the early hours before scribbling odd messages on nearby Walls. At the end of the day it harms no one, Boscombe undoubtedly has an unfair share of problems but things like this just make me smile, the eccentricities of some of our residents make the area. To all those who take every story about Boscombe as an opportunity to spout vile comments about the area and it's residents you really might be surprised to find that some of us are relatively normal affluent people who choose to live in a lively area that benefits from amazing architecture fantastic beaches and a bit of life rather than the boring urban sprawl that makes up the majority of Bournemouth. ppn As a Boscombe resident I quite enjoy reading the graffiti that appears on this hoarding, at least it's not a ridiculous tag. I am always curious to see what the next message will be, sadly I doubt it is any great mathematical equation, as I think I know who the culprit is and I suspect the ramblings only make sense to that person as does the really bizarre music she has a habit of singing and wailing outside my home in the early hours before scribbling odd messages on nearby Walls. At the end of the day it harms no one, Boscombe undoubtedly has an unfair share of problems but things like this just make me smile, the eccentricities of some of our residents make the area. To all those who take every story about Boscombe as an opportunity to spout vile comments about the area and it's residents you really might be surprised to find that some of us are relatively normal affluent people who choose to live in a lively area that benefits from amazing architecture fantastic beaches and a bit of life rather than the boring urban sprawl that makes up the majority of Bournemouth.K + Yn = D no it doesn't !

K + Yn = D no it doesn't ! This is a load of rubbish, it means nothing!!! mbournemouth K + Yn = D no it doesn't !This is a load of rubbish, it means nothing!!!

This is a load of rubbish, it means nothing!!!

I think you will find that it is meaningless as no values are given.

I think you will find that it is meaningless as no values are given. I believe it is a parody to some Physics equations. You can tell its exam time cant you. :) Tango Charlie I think you will find that it is meaningless as no values are given.I believe it is a parody to some Physics equations.

You can tell its exam time cant you. :)

I believe it is a parody to some Physics equations.

You can tell its exam time cant you. :)

Kilroy was not there

Kilroy was not there Lord Spring Kilroy was not thereWhy would you need a possible Maths equation to cook up a bit of crack?

It's more a practical thing using simple quantities & ratios of ingredients, all available,cocaine apart, from any supermarket. [quote][p][bold]Blob01[/bold] wrote: Its a secret recipe to cook up a batch of Crack Cocaine or something similar I should imagine.[/p][/quote]How original... Why would you need a possible Maths equation to cook up a bit of crack? It's more a practical thing using simple quantities & ratios of ingredients, all available,cocaine apart, from any supermarket. stevobath

Why would you need a possible Maths equation to cook up a bit of crack?

It's more a practical thing using simple quantities & ratios of ingredients, all available,cocaine apart, from any supermarket. How original...

Maybe they've been filming a British version of The Big Bang Theory. I hope the script calls it maths not math.

Maybe they've been filming a British version of The Big Bang Theory. I hope the script calls it maths not math. Also glad to see this story has upped the standard of posting from the usual constant grizzling, or is it just that everyone has cheered up with the sun coming out? ashleycross Maybe they've been filming a British version of The Big Bang Theory. I hope the script calls it maths not math.Also glad to see this story has upped the standard of posting from the usual constant grizzling, or is it just that everyone has cheered up with the sun coming out?

Also glad to see this story has upped the standard of posting from the usual constant grizzling, or is it just that everyone has cheered up with the sun coming out?

Is it tax time?

Is it tax time? It's obviously a rough copy of what Dave Wells' accountant sends to the inland revenue. steve.in.sydney Is it tax time?It's obviously a rough copy of what Dave Wells' accountant sends to the inland revenue.

It's obviously a rough copy of what Dave Wells' accountant sends to the inland revenue.

Kilroy WAS there

but his pencil broke ! [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Kilroy was not there[/p][/quote]I'm sorry to spoil your little joke, Kilroy WAS there but his pencil broke ! TWERLY

Kilroy WAS there

but his pencil broke ! I'm sorry to spoil your little joke,

It would appear the problem has been solved. In one of the daily Nationals there was a feature. A maths genius said it makes absolutely no sense at all. Meaningless bit of fun!

It would appear the problem has been solved. In one of the daily Nationals there was a feature. A maths genius said it makes absolutely no sense at all. Meaningless bit of fun! stevobath It would appear the problem has been solved. In one of the daily Nationals there was a feature. A maths genius said it makes absolutely no sense at all. Meaningless bit of fun!It was the 5th most read story on the BBC website at one point today

It was the 5th most read story on the BBC website at one point today GAHmusic It was the 5th most read story on the BBC website at one point today