How does this work out?

#1
Take the last two digits of the year you were born, then add the age you will be this year.

Why does the answer always come up as 111 :?

This is the same answer that comes up for everybody on the planet.
 
#4
It also only works for people born in the 20th Century by the way. People from the 21st Century all add up to 11 this year. As well as driving flying cars and having all their food in tablet form.
 
#6
...and if you add your full year of birth to your age, you get 2011!

Using this knowledge and a bit of maths, you can ask someone their age and amaze them by telling them their year of birth. You'll be the life and soul of any party with this trick.
 
#12
Take the last two digits of the year you were born, then add the age you will be this year.

Why does the answer always come up as 111 :?

This is the same answer that comes up for everybody on the planet.
Not if you were born in 1899. Spooky!
 
#14
Was sitting here ,pen in hand. Then I realised I don`t actually give a twopenny toss how that bollocks works.
I can explain. I have cookies!

The first step is to understand there are 100 years in a century.
 

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