ANSWERS: 7
  • How could you? Now Ralph is too complex for elephants!!😈
    • Nosmo King
      I told you, elephants are called George.
    • Cry me a River
      They are not “come here” creatures
  • I never named any of mine. What's your best time?
    • Nosmo King
      Time?
    • bostjan64
      The shortest duration, measured by a clock or similar device, you require to order the sides each to a uniform colour, from an arbitrarily random position of scrambled or jumbled twists.
  • Why Ralph?
    • Nosmo King
      It suits them.
  • Only the ones where the white is opposite the yellow, red opposite orange and blue opposite green. If the colours are in any other order they should be called Fred.
    • Cry me a River
      That name is sooo UnDone!!
    • bostjan64
      I thought all Rubik branded cubes used the same colour scheme.
    • Nosmo King
      Frankie is right. They use the same set of six colours, but they are not all arranged the same. Orange is not opposite red on every cube. Nor is yellow opposite white on every cube, nor blue opposite green. Compare yours with those of your friends and you should notice.
    • bostjan64
      @Nosmo King, are you referring to Rubik branded cubes or in general to all "magic cubes?"
  • I vote no. They are already Rubik's so that has to be their last name. That's what the last name is for, don't you know... posession, ownership. That's why girls change their last name from their father's possession to their husband's possession. And Ralph Rubik just sounds like you had way too much to drink for Cinco de Mayo!! haha
    • Linda Joy
      No offence to the Ralph Rubiks' of the world! But seriously didn't your parents think about that? Its like the parents who named their kid Justin and their last name was Case! I need to go chop some veggies.
    • Nosmo King
      But Ralph suits them.
  • I've never thought about naming them.
  • Why Ralph? Why not Rachel?

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