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Riddle:

I like indigo but not blue, I like onions but not turnips, I like forms but not shapes. According to the same rule, do I like tomatoes or avocados?

Answer:

Avocadoes - I like all things that start with a preposition.

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Riddle:

How can this be true? Have a look at the picture. All the lines are straight, the shapes that make up the top picture are the same as the ones in the bottom picture so where does the gap come from?

Answer:

The green triangle has dimensions 2 x 5 and gradient 2 / 5 = 0.4
The red triangle has dimensions 3 x 8 and gradient 3 / 8 = 0.375
Hence the gradient of the green triangle is greater than that of the red triangle.

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Riddle:

My first is often at the front door. My second is found in the cereal family. My third is what most people want. My whole is one of the United States.

Answer:

Matrimoney. (mat + rye + money). Matrimony is certainly a "united state"!

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Riddle:

What word starting with BR, that with the addition of the letter E, becomes another word that sounds the same as the first?

Answer:

Braking becomes Breaking.

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Riddle:

The word FACETIOUSLY
contains the six vowels, A-E-I-O-U and Y,
in their alphabetical order.
Can you find another English word that does the same?

Answer:

The word is abstemiously. There may be others.

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Riddle:

A wealthy wise old woman feared that her daughter was lazy and as a result rather stupid. When the old woman died, her will stipulated that her assets were to be liquidated and a check was to be written for the full amount. The check was to be placed in one of three envelopes. The other two envelopes would contain a blank piece of paper. If the daughter could determine from the writing on the envelope which envelope contained the check, she would inherit her mother's fortune. Otherwise, the fortune would go to the old woman's favorite charity for animals. The daughter was not allowed to touch the envelopes. Her decision had to be made based on the writing on the envelopes. The daughter was told that only one envelope had a true statement and that the other two statements were false. The envelopes had the following writing: 1. This envelope does not have the check 2. This envelope has the check 3. The second envelope does not have the check Which envelope should the daughter pick?

Answer:

The daughter should pick envelope 1. Unfortunately she picked envelope 3. Statements 1 and 2 were false, and the only true statement was statement 3. If the check was in envelope 1, that would make statement 1 false, statement 2 false and statement 3 is the only true statement. If the check was in envelope 2, statements 1 and 2 would both be true. If the check was in envelope 3, statements 1 and 3 would both be true.

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Riddle:

okay! you have 5 kids and your the mom and you gotta try to get them all into the car at once.....Tommy and Timmy are twins but they hate eachother so they cant go together and Sarah and Sally hate eachother too, so they cant go together and Max is gay so he can only sit by the guys and theres only 5 seats you have to put them in order going in the car and have them sit where they would be happy.......my friend made it up so its kinda weird

Answer:

sarah, tommy, max, timmy, and then sally

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Riddle:

Their are three gaurds and three prisoners who need to cross a river. Their boat only holds two people at a time, and the number of prisoners must NEVER be allowed to outnumber the number of gaurds on either side of the river; otherwise, the prisoners will overpower the gaurds and, well, the story will come to an abrupt end.

Determine how many trips it will take to safely transport all of the gaurds and prisoners across the river, list each of the trips that need to be made and who is in the boat and who is on each of the riverbanks during each trip.

Answer:

Inless some one can tell me a way that 2 prisoners, at some point, don't out number the guards whether they are just dropping off and still in the boat or actually on land (because even if they are just dropping off and remain in the boat they are still on the other side of the river) I conclude this to be impossible. Please let me know an alternative if you figure one out because i'm stumped.

thanks

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Riddle:

Two men walk into a resturant by the sea and sit at the bar. Both men are covered in water.Both men order a plate of Albatross and take one bite. After chewing and swallowing, the first man stands up, walks outside, and shoots himself, while the other finnishes his meal.

Why?

Answer:

The two men were stranded out in the ocean with a third man when they were beginning to stave. When an albatross landed on their life boat and died they finally had food but it was not enough to feed all three of them. They drew straws and the looser was killed and eaten. They mixed up the human meat and the albatross meat so neither person would know what they were eating. After being rescued, the friends went to eat real Albatross and the man who killed himself realized that he was the one that ate his friend.

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Riddle:

Ben walked into a hardware store and asked the price of some items. The salesman said: One costs $1, Eight costs $1, Seventeen cost $2, One hundred four costs $3 and One thousand seventy two costs $4. What was Ben buying?

Answer:

Ben was buying home address numbers and they cost $1 per digit.

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