I leave you with a thought that fades out of sight. Product of the mind, undone by first light. Creator of hope, hell and heaven above. Made by wonder, fear, and perhaps true love. What am I?
I am always hungry, I must always be fed. The finger I lick will soon turn red. What am I?
Answer: The animal is the Mule. Since all Mules are born sterile, you can only get a Mule by crossing a donkey with a horse. That is how the species is able to repopulate itself.
A certain large animal lives happily and thrives here on Earth. One day, every single one of these critters is wiped out by a mysterious disease that affects only this particular animal. There are none left anywhere on earth -- they are all gone. About a year or so later, they begin to reappear on Earth again. How can this be?
What can be measured, but has no length, width, or height?
Answer: 11 is a racehorse 12 is one too 11 won one race 12 won one too
With a little detective work and deep thought, the following facts can make an accurate statement. 11 is a racehorse 12 is 12 1111 race 12112. Can you figure it out?
Answer: The Moon. It's round when it's full, it's sharp when it's a crescent, its size can vary depending upon its phase, and it's gone when it's a new moon.
I am round, I am sharp, I am small, I am big, I exist, then I don't. What am I?
I am the runner, The pencils the chaser. I eat up the lead, I choke on the eraser. When I am done, I become another one, To be used again. I am white And blank as well. I can be folded, Into a bell. My corners are cut perfectly, My lines are straight and blue. Me having black marks or not, Fully depends on you. What am I?
Answer: I Am The Atomic Bomb.
I was developed during the Manhattan Project. I was conceived by Einstein, and built by a team led by Robert Oppenheimer, in Los Alamos, New Mexico. I was built in 1942. The U.S. was the first to develop me, with the help of German, Italian, and American scientists. I work by converting mass to energy, by splitting Uranium with Neutrons, which creates fission. This creates an explosion. My explosion is the release of nuclear energy. There are four parts to my explosion 1) the blast wave, 2) the thermal radiation, 3) initial nuclear radiation, and 4) residual nuclear radiation. As a single explosion, I destroyed more lives and property and injured more people, than any other explosion during all of World War II. What am I?
What can a child make but not see?
Answer: Purchase (perches).
I bought your aquarium for freshwater fish, I'm so glad but only one kind so far to surface, So, for now, I'll say thank you for the... what?