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Riddle:

The favorite foods of Megan, Michael, Sergi, and Jana are written below. Each person has a different favorite food. Use the following food clues to match the people with their favorite foods.

1. Michael likes ketchup and mustard on his favorite food.

2. Jana is allergic to cheese.

3. Sergi eats his favorite food on a bun.

4 Sometimes for something different, Michael makes his food into corn dogs.

What are each kids favorite food?

Write the name of the person next to their favorite foods.

Chicken Drumstick:

Hot Dog in a bun:

A slice of Pizza:

A hamburger in a bun:

Answer:

Chicken Drumstick:  Jana

Hot Dog in a bun: Michael

A slice of Pizza: Megan

A hamburger in a bun: Sergi

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Riddle:

1. Carnation, Peony, Tomato, Rose

2. North America, Australia, Asia, Canada

3. Dodgers, Cubs, Cowboys, Cardinals

4. Laugh, Giggle, Chuckle, Cry

5. Southeast, Southwest, Northeast, East

Answer:

1.  Tomato because the others are all flowers.

2. Canada because the others are all continents.

3. Could be Dodgers  because it starts with a D or could be Cowboys because the others are baseball teams.

4. Cry because the others are about happiness and being glad.

5. East because the others are intermediate directions.  

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Riddle:

A large truck is crossing a bridge 1 mile long. The bridge can only hold 14000 lbs, which is the exact weight of the truck. The truck makes it half way across the bridge and stops. A bird lands on the truck. Does the bridge collapse?

Answer:

No, it does not collapse. Because it has driven a half mile - you would subtract the gas used from the total weight of the truck.

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Riddle:

What year of this century is the same when its number is upside down? What year of the previous century is the same when inverted?

Answer:

1961 and 1881.

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Riddle:

Alice is walking throught the forest of forgetfulness. She wants to know what day of the week it is. She stops and asks a lion and a unicorn. Now the lion lies all of the time on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The unicorn always lies on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Alice asks the lion what day it is, he says, "Well, yesterday was one of my lying days." Alice can't figure it out just from the lion's answer so she asks the unicorn and the unicorn says, "Yesterday was also one of my lying days." What day is it?

Answer:

Thursday.

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Riddle:

In 2000, a 40-year-old doctor told his son that when a little boy he decided to be a doctor by seeing a internet web site about performing a heart transplant on a puppy with a defective heart so that the puppy would live a normal life. I then thought that I would be a doctor so that I could help people in a similar way. What is the defect in this story?

Answer:

The internet did not exist when the doctor was a little boy.

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Riddle:

I have two coins, one is marked George I and one is marked George IV. One is genuine but one is a forgery. Which is the forgery?

Answer:

George I. A coin would not be marked Goerge I because at the time it was produced it would not have been known that there was going to be a George II.

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Riddle:

Charlotte is 13 years old. Her father Montague is 40 years old. How many years ago was Charlotte's father four times as old as Charlotte?

Answer:

Four years ago.

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Riddle:

Analogies are comparisons. Complete each analogy below. Here is an example: Ear is to hearing as eye is to?   Sight.

1. Cardinals is to St. Louis as Dodger is to?

2. A.M. is to before noon as P.M. is to?

3. Three is to triangle as 8 is to?

4. Tear is to tore as see is to?

5. Springfield is to Illinois as Austin is to?

Answer:

1. Los Angeles

2. Afternoon

3. Octagon

4. Saw

5. Texas

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Riddle:

Picture three boxes containing fruit. The first box is marked peaches, the second is marked oranges, and the third box is marked peaches and oranges. Each of the boxes is labeled incorrectly. How could you label each box correctly if you were allowed to select only one fruit from one of the boxes?

Answer:

First you select a fruit from the box marked peaches and oranges. If it was a orange you selected, you know that the box could only contain oranges. If it was a peach, you know that the box could only contain peaches since each box is incorrectly marked. If, for example an orange was selected, you would mark that box oranges and switch the other two incorrect labels around. Now all three would be correctly labeled.

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