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Riddle:

Name three things that?

1. Are red

2. Can swim

3. Give off heat

Answer:

Answers may vary.

1. Apples, Roses, Stop Signs

2. Fish, Dogs, Snakes

3. Sun, Fire, Your body

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Riddle:

A person gets up 180 times every night and sleeps for at least 7 hours at a time.  Where does the person live?

Answer:

At the North or South Pole.

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Riddle:

What is the value of 1/2 of 2/3 of 3/4 of 4/5 of 5/6 of 6/7 of 7/8 of 8/9 of 9/10 of 1,000?

Answer:

One hundred - work backwards and you will understand.

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Riddle:

Spell "enemy" in three letters.

Answer:

F O E

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Riddle:

Name the first three presidents to live in the white house?

Answer:

Adams

Jefferson

Madison

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Riddle:

if your in a room with no windows, no doors, everything made of cement besides in the room a mirror and a table. how would you get out?

Answer:

look in the mirror, see what you saw, take what you saw to saw the table in half, and 2 haves make a whole, so crawl through the hole

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Riddle:

If seven cats kill seven rats in 7 minutes, how many would be needed to kill one hundred rats in 50 minutes?

Answer:

14.

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Riddle:

Can you list 15 items that are sold in pairs?

Answer:

1. Shoes

2. Gloves

3. Socks

4. Ice Skates

5. Skis

6. Shoe laces

7. Earrings

8. Ear plugs

9. Dice

10. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Candy

11. Speakers

12. Dumb Bells

13. Chop sticks

13. Drum sticks

14. Knee pads

15. Fake eyelashes

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Riddle:

What is the difference between a dollar and a half and thirty five-cents?

Answer:

Nothing. A dollar and a half is the same as thirty five-cents (nickels). But not the same as thirty-five cents.

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Riddle:

A man goes to work at the same time each day and travels part of his journey facing forwards and the remainder facing backwards. When he returns at the end of his working day, he only faces forwards.

How can this be?

Answer:

He works in the engine room of a liner! To get to work, he walks along the decks from his cabin facing forwards, and down the ladders between decks facing backwards.  However, when he finishes, he only needs to face forwards to climb the ladders again and walk along the deck back to his cabin.

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