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my cousin Robert was pushed into a well measuring six feet in diameter and 10 feet deep,with smooth walls and it's bottom covered in water how did he emerge from the well?

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    Wet.

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    That was definitely out of the ball park !!!

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    Wet!

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    he came out wet

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    Plz tell me the answer i have been doing this for hours

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    He came out wet

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