Posted by **mota** on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 1:09pm.

Two mothers and two daughters were fishing.Thy managed to catch one big fish , one small fish and one fat fish .

SINCE THEY CAUGHT A TOTAL OF ONLY THREE FISH , HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THEY EACH TOOK HOME A FISH ?

PLEASE.... EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER :)

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