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Question:
What is a vampires favorite test?
Answer:
A blood test

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Answer:
Easy crossword puzzle has been removed.

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Question:
Shortly after jumping from an aircraft at 5000 or so feet, a man deploys his parachute. When he looks up he sees a rather large hole in his parachute.

Nonetheless he lands safely without
assistance and without using his reserve chute. Why did he survive?
Answer:
Most parachutes need a hole in them to let the air pass through. Otherwise the parachute would swing wildly side to side.

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In a pond there are some flowers with some bees hovering over the flowers. How many flowers and bees are there if both the following statements are true:

1. If each bee lands on a flower, one bee doesn't get a flower.
2. If two bees share each flower, there is one flower left out.
Answer:
4 bees and 3 flowers.

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There is a bus full of people travelling over San Francisco and no one gets off the bus throughout
the journey. But when it gets to the other side there is not a single person left. How is this
possible?
Answer:
They are all married.

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Question:
They can trickle down,
They can tickle too.
Or make you sneeze,
Or comfort you.
Their rustling sound,
you've rarely heard,
Unless you're a pillow
or a bird!

What are they?
Answer:
They are feathers.

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A kind man comes across a dirty box, a voice says to him "Coconuts, $5 a dozen" With his lightning quick arithmetic he calculates that if he sold those same coconuts to the coconut air assault team for the accepted rate of $3 per dozen that in no time at all he would be a millionaire. What's with this guy, assuming his math is accurate?
Answer:
He was a billionaire.

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All the electricity was out in town and none of the street lights or traffic signals had power. A dark limousine was cruising down the newly paved blacktop, with its headlights off. A young boy dressed totally in black (with no reflectors) stepped out to cross the street. The moon wasn?t out and the boy had no flashlight, yet the driver stopped to let the boy cross the street. How did the driver see the boy?
Answer:
The driver saw the boy because it was during the daylight hours.

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Question:
My voice rises above the din,
Sometimes catching all unaware.
I never ask questions,
yet get many answers.
Answer:
I am a doorbell.

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Four children, Rob, Danny, Martha and Bent, had a race across the yard. Danny was as many places behind Martha as Bent was ahead of Rob. Martha was not first and Rob was not second.

Who was first, second, third and fourth?
Answer:
First - Bent
Second - Martha
Third - Rob
Fourth - Danny

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