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    I always wanted to have a nice riddle thread..strictly for riddles,guesses and answers...no talking...Well feel free to start the thread off...

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    what goes all around the world but stays in one corner?
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    (Original post by Babygal)
    what goes all around the world but stays in one corner?
    woohoo im special...that would be a stamp.

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    (Original post by Babygal)
    what goes all around the world but stays in one corner?
    No one seems to want to know the answer so here it is











    Stamp!!!
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    dont mean to bust your bubble guys, but we had a riddle thread yesterday! sort of
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    A man is put in a prison cell.

    There are four solid walls. There is a floor. There is a roof. There are no windows.

    All the prisoner has is a chair.

    How does the prisoner escape?
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    (Original post by theaman)
    A man is put in a prison cell.

    There are four solid walls. There is a floor. There is a roof. There are no windows.

    All the prisoner has is a chair.

    How does the prisoner escape?
    the walls arent blocking him...they r put sideways making it easy to run out the side..GUESS

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    (Original post by theaman)
    A man is put in a prison cell.

    There are four solid walls. There is a floor. There is a roof. There are no windows.

    All the prisoner has is a chair.

    How does the prisoner escape?
    he goes through the door?
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    (Original post by ]{ingnik)
    he goes through the door?
    correct? the door isnt locked? or am i on the wrong track
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    (Original post by theaman)
    A man is put in a prison cell.

    There are four solid walls. There is a floor. There is a roof. There are no windows.

    All the prisoner has is a chair.

    How does the prisoner escape?

    Does he break the chair in half. Two halfs make a 'hole' so he goes through it?

    Or is that a different one?
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    Does he break the chair in half. Two halfs make a 'hole' so he goes through it?

    Or is that a different one?
    Yep, it certainly is!

    Clever one that!
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    Does he break the chair in half. Two halfs make a 'hole' so he goes through it?

    Or is that a different one?
    Interesting...well i have a good one but i want to make sure we don't have two riddles going...so submit the answer please

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    Edit: What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at midday and three legs in the evening?
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    (Original post by theaman)
    Yep, it certainly is!

    Clever one that!
    pff, door answer was entirely correct in my oinion, and none of this punning nonsense either
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    shadow??!
    naahhh
    edit:thats wrong...ignore
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    The answer is Man-when crawling during infant...standing during adulthood...and relying on a cane or "third leg" when old...
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    (Original post by CR3)
    The answer is Man-when crawling during infant...standing during adulthood...and relying on a cane or "third leg" when old...
    easy, thats the sphinxs riddle
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    You shouldn't steal from Oedipus.
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    Does he break the chair in half. Two halfs make a 'hole' so he goes through it?

    Or is that a different one?
    The chair is a whole already, why break it? That's just vandalism!
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    (Original post by CR3)
    The answer is Man-when crawling during infant...standing during adulthood...and relying on a cane or "third leg" when old...
    wots the answer?

    can i go next?
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    here ill but a few out there...

    Riddle A:A man is lying in the field with a straw in his hand...how did he die?


    Riddle B: Everywhere on the planet..Yesterday is before today right?...but there's one place where YESTERDAY is after today.....WHERE is that place?


    Riddle C:a little long but if u have time try it....
    1. How many birthdays does the average man have?

    2. How many animals of each gender did Moses take on the ark?

    3. What is 60 divided by 1/2?

    4. If there were five apples and you took away 3 of them, how many would you have?

    5. What tresure chest has no key, and inside is a golden surprise?

    6. A plane crashed on the border line of the US and Mexico. In which country would you bury the survivors?

    7. What can be measured, but has no length, width, or thickness?

    8. A doctor and a boy were fishing. The boy was the doctor's son, but the doctor was not the boy's father. Who was the doctor?

    9. What word can you pronouce faster by adding a syllable to it?

    10. Why do you always find stuff in the last place you look?

    11. Which two letters of the alphabet are nothing?

    12. A farmer had 38 chickens. All but 9 died. How many lived?

    13. What word allows you to take away two letters and get one?

    14. What has cities with no houses, rivers without water, and forests without trees?

    15. What qustion can you never answer "yes" to? What question can you never answer "no" to?


    Riddle D:2. Before Mont. Eversest was discovered, what was the highest point on Earth??

    CR
 
 
 
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