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Riddle:

What animal has no wings, but yet will fly?

Answer:

A caterpillar has no wings, but will fly when it matures and becomes a butterfly.

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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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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:

Morgan was making apricot jam. She put all the apricots in the pot and stirred them up. Then she remembered she had to add 1 ounce of lemon juice for every two apricots! How did she figure out how much lemon juice to put?

Answer:

She counted the pits!

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Riddle:

I have 10 red socks and 10 blue socks in a drawer. How many socks must I take out to ensure that I have at least one matching pair? One how many to ensure I have at least a pair of red and a pair of blue?

Answer:

Three for one pair, and twelve to ensure one pair of each color.

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Riddle:

a boy had just got out of the shower and gettin ready for his prom,shaved,and with cologne and there was going to be a after party and his mom, and dad said be home for the next sunrise and was home for the next sunrise but with a full grown beard how can this be?

Answer:

he lives in alaska and sunrise's are every six months.

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Riddle:

A young man decides to buy a collector's baseball card. He pays $60 for it. After a month, the value of the card has increased to $70 and he decides to sell it. But already a few days later he regrets his decision to sell the collector's item, and he buys it again. Unfortunately he has to pay $80 to get it back, so he loses $10. After a year of owning the baseball card, he finally decides to sell it for $100. What is his overall profit?

Answer:

$30.00. Overall profit, not net profit!

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Riddle:

A man grabbed a woman's ring and pulled on it, then dropped it. How did this save her life?

Answer:

They were skydiving, and she was unconscious. He pulled the ripcord ring for her, and the parachute opened.

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a muder had been suspected but the police did not know how the man had been killed since there had been no windows no doors no chairs no desks the was only a puddle left on the floor in the mans house and the man had been hung by a rope in the middle of the floor and underneth him hangin was a puddle .how did the man reach the ceiling with no promt to get hung up on the celing and why was there a puddle

Answer:

the man had waited on a ice cube and the ice cube had melted and left a puddle

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Riddle:

An old parchment describes the location of buried treasure: "On the island there are only two trees, A and B, and the remains of a gallows. Start at the gallows and count the steps required to walk in a straight line to tree A. At the tree turn 90 degrees to the left and then walk forward the same number of steps. At the point where you top drive a spike into the ground. Now return to the gallows and walk in a straight line, counting your steps, to tree B. When you reach the tree, turn 90 degrees to the right and take the same number of steps forward, placing another spike at the point where you stop. Dig at the point exactly halfway between the spikes and you will find the treasure." However, our hero when he gets to the island finds the gallows missing. Is there any way he can still get to the treasure?

Answer:

A simple experiment with a ruler and paper shows that any position for the gallows leads to the same point.

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