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What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything? Answered

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Gjdj3

Best Answer 9 years ago

42

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ARJOON

3 years ago

What is the answer to life, the universe. exactly 42 characters

yo u jackolets do relize that 1)i like pie (reply i u aggry). 2) 42 IS TRULY THE AWNSER TO LIFE, UNIVERS, AND EVERYTHING.

Omelette du fromage

The answer is to make a positive impact.

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fwjs28

9 years ago

pi, unicorns, and and 32 seconds of opera....

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Putzer

9 years ago

$ and slurpees

The answer to life, the universe, and everything is ACTUALLY 42!
If you find the weight of our galaxy (10 to the power of 42) multiplied by the number of light years to get from here to GX117N2 Galaxy (421) divided by the people on this planet (approx. 6.5bn), and add the weight of an average frog (in tonnes) - the answer is: 42

Bud Light ! my final answer

21 * ∞
21= score you play to in poker
21 infinite times mean infinite wins in poker :D

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pyro13

9 years ago

Chaos!

42? Wrong. Instructables.

No, no, no. 42 is the answer to life, the universe and everything. Instructables is the reason.

A pan galactic gargle blaster on a Saturday morning.

cigarettes and chocolate milk.

Um, singular energy divided by space and time comprise total existence; so you (and your question) are like this answer; primarily non-existent. Um, may I suggest having as much fun and happiness as possible? Directed by, of course having some sense of what really makes you happy. Sometimes that gets confused for existentially flailing about in a sense and ending up frustrated. So. . . basically, um, 42.

The question is meaningless and cannot be answered. It's like asking 'what is the answer to lollipops?'

There are probably around 42 different ways of arguing why the question is fallacious.

other then the obvious 42

to have had an impact on the world, to change peoples' lives in a good way

42, fortytwo, and Call of Duty 5... Well, Instructables too.... Hell, there are alot of things....

the variable xwhere x equals the answer to life, the universe, and everything.

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barrax

9 years ago

damn forty two, was what i was going to say.