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    1. How many birthdays does the average man have? one

    2. How many animals of each gender did Moses take on the ark? It was Noah, not Moses

    3. What is 60 divided by 1/2? 120

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


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

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


    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? why would you look any further


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

    13. What word allows you to take away two letters and get one? oneil?
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    (Original post by CR3)
    Riddle D:2. Before Mont. Eversest was discovered, what was the highest point on Earth??

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    It was still Everest, just no-one knew about it!
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    ...oh, and everest was still the highest point on earth even before it was discovered..
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    9. What word can you pronouce faster by adding a syllable to it?

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

    An egg - if you don't get that then you haven't read The Hobbit!
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    15. What qustion can you never answer "yes" to? What question can you never answer "no" to?

    Are you dead? Then are you alive? Or maybe can you talk?
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    (Original post by Ralfskini)
    1. How many birthdays does the average man have? one

    2. How many animals of each gender did Moses take on the ark? It was Noah, not Moses

    3. What is 60 divided by 1/2? 120

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


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

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


    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? why would you look any further


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

    13. What word allows you to take away two letters and get one? oneil?
    I think 13 is NOone. And 7 is fast, add er and you get fastER.
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    Ah! Ah! The dead man with the straw in his hand - that's the balloon one, they had to pick straws to see who would jump to lighten the balloon.
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    There's a bus driver, he comes toa roundabout and instead of going around it he sneakily turns left instead - breaking the law, a police car drives by and sees him do it but they dnt stop him...why?
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    (Original post by Sasha D)
    There's a bus driver, he comes toa roundabout and instead of going around it he sneakily turns left instead - breaking the law, a police car drives by and sees him do it but they dnt stop him...why?
    o well, none of you seem 2 want 2 know...it was because he was walking.
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    He is in france?
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    A boy is playing football in a school playground, he kicks the ball really hard, but the ball stops and comes straight back to his feet. How come? It doesn't bounce off the playground walls.
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    Aww, I didn't get that one. Here is another:

    A woman shoots her husband.
    Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes.
    Finally, she hangs him.
    But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together.
    How can this be?
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    A boy is playing football in a school playground, he kicks the ball really hard, but the ball stops and comes straight back to his feet. How come? It doesn't bounce off the playground walls.
    he's using one of those football ona rope thingys...my brother has one.
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    (Original post by alocin)
    Aww, I didn't get that one. Here is another:

    A woman shoots her husband.
    Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes.
    Finally, she hangs him.
    But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together.
    How can this be?
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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?
    what kinda prison cell has four solid walls?
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    photographeresse
    Well done! You get a digestive biscuit! Here is another, this time all poetic:

    Four men sat down to play
    They played all night til break of day.
    They played for gold and not for fun,
    With separate scores for everyone.
    When they came to square accounts
    They all made quite fair amounts.
    Can you this paradox explain?
    If no one lost, how could all gain?
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    (Original post by Sasha D)
    he's using one of those football ona rope thingys...my brother has one.
    HAHAHA...that one had me laughing for a little bit...whats the answer to the husband and wife one??

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    (Original post by Fly By)
    what kinda prison cell has four solid walls?
    It's a riddle!
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    a box without hinges, key, or lid. yet golden treasure inside is hid
 
 
 
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