Geographer discovers how many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man

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One of the most world’s most experienced Geographers has solved a problem that has baffled science for years.

The question of how many roads a man must walk down before you can call him a man was posed some fifty years ago, and has been considered largely unanswerable until now.

Simon Williams is a leading geographer who specialises in men walking down roads.

“I was positive I could crack this,” said Dr Williams

“I mean, yes, many people say that the answer is blowing in the wind, but I’ve got a lifetime experience of studying men walking down roads that says different.

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“I began looking into the problem some fifteen months ago and last autumn, I was positive I’d got the answer; Nine. But the thing with nine was… well, it just doesn’t sound like enough, does it? You know, for a man to be really called a man.

“So I went back and checked all my working and realised I’d forgot to carry the one.”

Determined not to make the same mistake again, Doctor Williams took steps.

“I got my Grandson Keith to upgrade the computer.

“Now I had reliable equipment I knuckled down and worked pretty solidly on it before coming up with the answer just before The One Show started on Thursday.

“It’s 23.”

Dr Williams will begin work to calculate how many seas must a white dove sail before she sleeps in the sand as soon as Keith installs the latest Windows updates for him.