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    (Original post by TheKingOfTSR)
    Yay!

    But there wouldn't be any maths involved then,nah
    Haha yes but I wanted to make it a really simple one... even if it means addition of 1s.
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    4 boys go to a park,
    Where they find a tree with 4 oranges on it.
    Each ate one orange,
    3 oranges were left.

    How is this possible?



    Note: The first to answer correctly gets to choose between the prize of a cookie or a unicorn.

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    CORRECT ANSWER:
    'Each' was the name of one of the boys.

    UPDATE 2:Another riddle posted...

    What will attract attention but have no real value?


    The first person to answer correctly will get to choose between a rainbow and a pot of gold.

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    Red herring
    Which box has holes in it but can hold water when poured? :holmes:
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    (Original post by Enoxial)
    Which box has holes in it but can hold water when poured? :holmes:
    A sponge?
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    A sponge?
    Gahh! Your a mind reader :0!!
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    Haha yes but I wanted to make it a really simple one... even if it means addition of 1s.
    It wasn't at all simple.
    I expected complex arithmetic stuff and all, but later realised it was obvious
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    It's cold, it's white and fun to play with.. what? :mmm:
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    It's cold, it's white and fun to play with.. what? :mmm:
    Snow

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    (Original post by Enoxial)
    Gahh! Your a mind reader :0!!


    (Original post by TheKingOfTSR)
    It wasn't at all simple.
    I expected complex arithmetic stuff and all, but later realised it was obvious
    Lol ya, that was a rather cheeky riddle.
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    Snow

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    Nice to see you here :mmm: Aww, you are quick
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    Paul is 20 years old in 1980 but he is only 15 in 1985! How?
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    (Original post by JennaEmBee)
    Paul is 20 years old in 1980 but he is only 15 in 1985! How?
    The years are B.C., not A.D.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    The years are B.C., not A.D.
    Dayum, that was clever...


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    Any other maths riddles
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    I missed out...sigh

    John fell from a 30 foot ladder head first onto concrete. Why didn't he die?


    KingofTSR cannot answer :yy:
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    I missed out...sigh

    John fell from a 30 foot ladder head first onto concrete. Why didn't he die?


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    The ladder is lying flat?

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    The ladder is lying flat?

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    no its upright. He fell. Slipped and fell.

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    (Original post by StUdEnTIGCSE)
    no its upright. He fell. Slipped and fell.

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    You could do that on a ladder that's lying flat :unimpressed:

    But I'll get back to you

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    I missed out...sigh

    John fell from a 30 foot ladder head first onto concrete. Why didn't he die?


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    Maybe he wasn't at the top of the ladder, i.e. just climbing it as he fell?
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    I missed out...sigh

    John fell from a 30 foot ladder head first onto concrete. Why didn't he die?


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    He was wearing a helmet.
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