# Thread: What color was the bear?

1. Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
So it IS a white bear.
Indeed. In fact, the bear is so white, it gets a sunburn watching TV.

Edit: it's also ugly.

2. Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
So it IS a white bear.
Are you a ring seal?

http://youtu.be/7h-LBUk2Hgs

3. Originally Posted by Ivy
Indeed. In fact, the bear is so white, it gets a sunburn watching TV.

Edit: it's also ugly.

"I'd rather have a mamosa."

4. Mauve.

5. Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou
It's because when you walk east or west, you remain a fixed distance from the North Pole. You worded your question slightly differently than this example I found, but the principle is the same:
http://www.murderousmaths.co.uk/books/bearpuz.htm
It s the curvature, i see it now, ty

6. "Yeah, it's called the Xbox 360 because when people see it they turn 360 degrees and .. uhm.. uh.. walk backwards away from it.. ?"

7. It didnt gibe any hints to what color that particular bear was, but most bears are brown

8. I think the bear is amber. Beer is misspelled as bear. And the camp moved location 'cause anywhere is camp after shooting beer.

9. I thought of him as black, since I'm from WV.

Those people talking about polar bears are probably right, because the 5 miles math stuff doesn't make sense without melting ice or some weird natural phenomenon.

10. Originally Posted by Scheherezade
"A hunter went hunting for bear. He walked five miles east of camp, but couldn't find any game. So he walked five miles north, where he saw a bear and shot it. Then he walked five miles directly back to camp. What color was the bear?"

i just found this and i can think of several answers for it that make sense but i m not sure, does anyone know the correct answer(if there is one) ?
Old joke. Walk five miles east, walk five mlles north, and then walk five miles back to your starting point. The only way that works is as an iscoceles triangle. The only way that you can do an isoceles triangle under those conditions is at the North Pole: From the North Pole, everything is South. So the North pole zeroizes everything. Your'e at the North Pole at step 2. Duh.

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