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Riddle:

How high would you have to count before you would use the letter A in the English language spelling of a whole number.

Answer:

One thousand.

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Riddle:

Craig died in Florida. Shortly after, Tracy died at sea. Nobody mourned, In fact, everyone was absolutey delighted.

Why?

Answer:

They were both hurricanes.

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Four members of a band are walking to a night concert. They decide to take a shortcut, but must cross a bridge. Luckily they have one flashlight. Because of the varying size of their instruments, it takes each member a different amount of time to cross the bridge - it takes the first person one minute, the second person two minutes, the third person five minutes and the fourth person ten minutes. They must cross the bridge in pairs, travelling at the slower speed so if the one minute person went with the ten minute person, it would take a total of ten minutes. Since there is only one flashlight, one person must come back across the bridge, then another pair can cross. They only have 17 minutes to cross the bridge and still get to the concert on time. What order should they cross to get everyone across and get to the concert?

Answer:

First, the one minute person and the two minute person must cross the bridge, for a total of two minutes. Then the one minute person should come back with flashlight - total of three minutes. The five minute person and the ten minute person cross together next, making the total thirteen minutes. Now the two minute person goes back and (total now fifteen minutes) and gets the one minute person and they cross together bringing the total to seventeen minutes.

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Riddle:

How is it possible to always find what your looking for in the last place you look?

Answer:

If you find what your are looking for then you would stop looking so it would be in the last place you look.

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Riddle:

If you were to put a coin into an empty bottle and then insert a cork into the neck, how could you remove the coin without taking out the cork or breaking the bottle?

Answer:

Push the cork into the bottle and shake the coin out!

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Riddle:

They are scenes of madness, grief, gaiety, seeming purpose, confusion and queerness often appearing in the dark hours of night. They stretch through time, seeming only but a few moments, yet when reality is not as kind. When appearing they are logical, but when reminiscing they are strange and odd. What is it?

Answer:

Dreams.

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Riddle:

I go up and down the stairs without moving.

What am I?

Answer:

I am a carpet

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Riddle:

If the date of the last Saturday of last month and the first Sunday of this month do not add up to 33, what month are you in?

Answer:

The same month you are reading this.

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Riddle:

Three cars had driven into a parking lot at the same time, and the three drivers left them all for the attendant to park. Unfortunately, he isn't too good at remembering exactly which driver drove which car. However, he is sure of these 6 facts: a. Colin drove the BMW if and only if Mr. Cooper drove the Avenger. b. Alan drove the Cortina if and only if Mr. Cooper drove the BMW. c. Colin is Mr. Brown if and only if Mr. Andrews drove the BMW. d. Brian is Mr. Andrews if and only if Colin drove the BMW. e. Mr. Cooper drove the Avenger if and only if Alan is Mr. Brown. f. Colin is Mr. Brown if and only if Alan drove the Cortina. Who arrived with which car?

Answer:

Brian Brown drove the BMW, Alan Andrew drove the Avenger, and Colin Cooper drove the Cortina.

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Riddle:

A man buys a rope from a woman for $3.00 and hands the woman a $10 bill. The woman goes into the grocery store next door to get change. She returns and gives the man $7.00. After the man leaves, the clerk from the store comes and says, "Hey, that was a counterfeit bill you gave me." The woman gives the clerk a good bill.

How much has the woman lost?

Answer:

Seven dollars plus the rope.

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