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Riddle:

In a contest, there are four fruits (an apple, a banana, an orange, and a pear) which have been placed in four closed boxes (one fruit per box). People may guess which fruit is in which box. There were 123 participants in the contest. The results are; 43 people guessed none correctly, 39 people guessed one correctly and 31 people have guessed two correctly. How many people guessed three correctly and how many people guessed all four correctly?

Answer:

It is not possible to only get three correct because the fourth would also be correct.  Therefore, the answer would be (123-43-39-31 = 10) 10 people  guessed all four correctly.

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Riddle:

Did you hear about the soilder who bought a camouflage sleeping bag?

Answer:

He can't find it

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Riddle:

I am a tick, I am usually black or white, You will find me on many clothing, People think I am cool.

What am I?

Answer:

The Nike Symbol.

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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:

If you have two quarters on a table touching each other, how can you move one of the quarters without touching it? You are only allowed to touch one quarter but not move it. You cant touch the quarter that you move. You want to get at least enough room between the two quarters to insert another coin between the two quarters.

Answer:

Hold down one of the quarters very firmly. Take another coin and hit it against the quarter you are holding down. Tap hard enough to move the quarter next to it aside.

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When completed in 1889 the Eiffel Tower was something of a sensation. Designed by the French engineer Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel its height is 492 feet plus half its own height.

How high is the eiffel tower?

Answer:

984 feet.

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Riddle:

There is a barrel with no lid and some wine in it. "This barrel of wine is more than half full," said Curly. "No it's not," says Mo. "It's less than half full." Without any measuring implements and without removing any wine from the barrel, how can they easily determine who is correct?

Answer:

Tilt the barrel until the wine barely touches the lip of the barrel. If the bottom of the barrel is visible then it is less than half full. If the barrel bottom is still completely covered by the wine, then it is more than half full.

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Riddle:

You are in a room that is completely bricked in on all four sides, including the cieling and floor. You have nothing but a mirror and a wooden table in the room with you.

How do you get out?

Answer:

You look in the mirror you see what you saw, you take the saw and you cut the table in half, two halfs make a whole, and you climb out the hole. 

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Riddle:

A rogue pilot was about to bomb Germany! The commad was given, the hatch was opened and the bomb was released.

Why didn't it ever hit the ground?

Answer:

The plane was flying upside down!

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Riddle:

There are 4 borthers 3 of them want to buy a television which is 30 pounds. Each of them pay 10 pound each they give the money to the fourth brother and asked him to go into town and buy the television. When he got there the man said there was 5 pounds off so the fourth brother took the 5 pound and television and left. He decided to make some money out of this so he took 2 pounds and give the other 3 pounds to his brothers. So the 3 brothers only payed 9 pounds each. 3 times 9 is 27 were is the last pound?

Answer:

Add 3 on to 25 = 28 then add 2

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