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Cryptic Letters – Part I

Posted in Lunatic Experiments and Theories on February 8, 2013 by Dev!l

Writer’s Note: Well, I was really bored so thought of giving myself a challenge. Even though it didn’t turn out to the way I wanted it to, it was a good exercise to keep myself busy for a little time. Oh for all those who are busy and don’t have time to decrypt the whole thing, you can view the unsolved letter here (though it’s very easy): UNSOLVED LETTER

P.S. Click to enlarge the pic 😀

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Survey

Posted in Lunatic Experiments and Theories with tags , on March 22, 2011 by Dev!l

Note: DO NOT GOOGLE/SEARCH THE ANSWERS PLEASE OR LOOK AT OTHER PEOPLE ANSWERS OR COMMENT ON THEM! The object of this quiz is not to degrade you in any way. Please fill it sincerely and if you find any question you don’t want to answer just put N/A. Keep your answers as short as possible. Your identity would remain anonymous and you can use either English or Urdu, whatever you are more comfortable expressing your view in. Please answer as anonymous, put a fake name and a false email ID. You can answer with your real name if you want but in that case I would prefer if you email me your answers on either my email or Facebook, so that to ensure your views don’t fall into anyone’s hands. If you do not wish to pursue it please don’t waste your and more importantly my time because I really don’t find you funny. Oh and in advance yes I know I suck. Thank you.

Mental Agility Test.

Posted in Lunatic Experiments and Theories on January 10, 2010 by Dev!l

Writer’s Note: A really cool test I had to type for my brother’s internees. Hope you enjoy it and if you do solve it do show me your answers if you can.

You have three minutes to complete the following tests of mental agility. Read all the instructions before doing anything else.

Instructions:

  1. Write your initials in the top right hand corner of this sheet.
  2. Write the total of 3 + 16 + 32 + 64 here: __________________
  3. Underline instruction 1 above.
  4. Check the time by your watch with that of your neighbour’s.
  5. Write down the difference in time between the two watches at the food of this page.
  6. Draw three circles in the left hand margin.
  7. Put a tick in each of the circles mentioned in 6.
  8. Sign your signature at the foot of the page.
  9. On the back of the page, divide 50 by 12.5.
  10. Whne you get to this point in the test, stand up, then sit down and continue with the next item.
  11. If you have carefully all these instructions call out, ‘I have’.
  12. On the reverse of this page, draw quickly what you think an upright bicycle looks like from overhead.
  13. Check your answer to Item 9, multiply it by 5 and write the resut in the left hand margin opposite this item.
  14. In the space given below write the 5th, 10th, 9th, and 20th letters of the alphabet.

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  1. Punch three holes with your pen here:
  2. If you think you are the first person to get this far, call out ‘I’m in the lead’.
  3. Underline all the even digits on the left hand side of the page.
  4. Draw triangles round the holes you punched in Item 15.
  5. Draw a circle around the number 10 wherever it occurs.
  6. Now that you have finished reading all the instructions, obey only 1 and 2.

Lunatic Experiment I

Posted in Lunatic Experiments and Theories on October 12, 2009 by Dev!l

What is “lunatic experiments and theories”?

As I have grown, I have learnt that the scientific method that is taught to us in early classes not only implies to science but to real life as well. There are a great many times when our hypotheses go awry and we are forced back to the thinking chair. Guess I got bored of sitting on that chair and formulating one hypothesis after another just so I can have one solid theory that will not fail. Well I guessed something cracked and I was forced to leave that chair and come into the practical world. Was it the ever monotonous job of formulating hypotheses in fear that if one is proven wrong I have another one to fall back too or was it the simple fact that I grew bored of sitting and watching? I don’t know nor do I care. For me, this just meant to conduct a series of experiments and share my findings with you people… Hey, you might be getting a little bit serious here, don’t forget this blog’s name is ruminations of a lunatic so my experiments and theories are totally crazy and have no concern with the reality. =P So, here I shall share some of my loony experiments and whacko theories. =P

Anyhoo, this experiment was conducted on Saturday, October 10th 2009. It was just after 1 am I believe when I sent one same message to everyone on my message distribution list via my cellphone. That was a total of 16 people. After that I sent another message taking my experiment into the next stage. This also aggravated the experimental conditions along with confirm to many that perhaps a reply to my previous message was needed. The experiment is as follows.

Note: Due to the loss of my log file I would not be able to provide exact information about some factors but I would try my best.

Message 1: I want to hug and kiss you o.o

Message 2: No that was not a wrong message and I am not sleepy.

Replies

Asjad Saleemi:

Message 1: The fuck?

Message 2: Is it a dare? Tell me in code words if it is. (The subject behaved in the manner of a friend and knew there might be something wrong. Acting on instinct he told the prime subject i.e. I, to tell him if something was wrong in code words.)

Wahabna Ehsan Malik: Excuse me? (This subject however seemed to go into a state of anger and shock.)

Arfat Zafar Rathore: I think that was a wrong message. (The subject went into a state of denial.)

Humza Emmad: WTF? X.x (Another subject going into a state of denial, anger and shock.)

Ziad Shafi: I love you too o.o (Subject appeared to take to the randomness well.)

Zartaj Hameed: Faltoo kay msgs na karo (Subject was in a state of denial along with anger for no apparent reason :P)

Mohsin Hameed: Aur kis kis ko kia? (Subject read through the experiment easily. Scary ain’t it :P?)

Anas Shafqat: Just saw your message ^^ Well you can hug me anytime. (Subject responded with sweetness and love.)

Mahnoor Munaf: Ok. It’s nothing big or wrong 😛 after all I am that loveable. 😛 (Subject acted as she was a beauty queen 😛 False hopes we live in no? :P)

Sonya Butt: You are an idiot ^^. (Subject was in state of denial.)

Salman Latif: Oye ja ja ker so ja (Ok I admit I forgot the exact wordings but his reply was somewhat like this and he also saw through my experiment. :P)

Zahir Malik:

Message 1: What for, psycho >.< (So if I had a valid reason he would had allowed it? o.o)

Message 2: Is it because of me uninstalling dota? (Subject was too absorbed in himself to think about anything else :P)

Alright so this was the start. After I told them that it was just an experiment I asked them their exact expressions when they read my messages.

Sonya Butt: I felt like killing you. (Wow, kitty cat wants to fight :P)

Anas Shafqat: Hug pay o.o Kiss pay O.O (Lol, as expected but still I always said I was random)

Asjad Saleemi: The fuck? (Yes, the fuck. What a way to express what you felt man -.-‘)

Arfat Zafar Rathore: Ahh… (It sounds like you enjoyed it instead of being shocked o.o)

Zahir Malik:

  1. It just confirmed my theory that you are a psycho, so now it’s been established as a law.(Lol thank you. :P)
  2. I didn’t care because I know you are gay. (Yes, after all that is what I always do right? Hitting on you or trying to seduce you. Jackass)
  3. I thought you were expressing happiness over me uninstalling warcraft. (Yes, the world does revolve around you sweety… too bad it’s only in your dreams)
  4. I would’ve told you to kiss my ass in case I didn’t have the former three reasons. (Well I am telling you after hearing all your reasons to kiss my ass.)

Wahabna Ehsan Malik: Eyes wide, mouth open. (You sure no fly flew inside your mouth? :P)

Mughees Ilyas: Jab tu nay sms bheja tha tab bhi mein so raha tha jab aj sms bheja tab bhi mein so raha tha so meray view sona achi baat hai. (Wow, you just won yourself a free trip to dream land. But ah well, this was my kind of reply.)

So, what did I get by doing this experiment? Well, I got the satisfaction that I annoyed people and caused chaos and for me that was more than enough. Furthermore I gathered data about how my friends react to random situations especially when the random event is out of the ordinary.

Writer’s Note: No offense is meant to any of my friends. The term “subjects” is used just for fun and I do not take them as some lab rats to experiment upon. 😛 P.S. Further experiment ideas would be appreciated =P lol joking or am I?:P hahahahah 😛 Sorry once more.