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You've found your way to the finale of the top riddles trilogy.  You started off with the our 100 best riddles, proceed to the next 100 good riddles, and you have finally reached the next 100 medium riddles! Pride yourself on your accompishment and enjoy these medium riddles and mysterious conundrums! 

Riddle: I'm found in socks, scarves and mittens. I'm found in the paws of playful kittens. What am I?
Answer: Yarn.
Riddle: What did one math book say to the other math book?
Answer: Do you want to hear my problems?
Riddle: Which three letters can frighten a thief away?
Answer: I C U.
Riddle: I may be simple, I may be complex; I may have a name, but no gender or sex; I am often a question, or statements as a setup; I tend to have an answer, 'til you find it I won't let up. What am I?
Answer: A riddle.
Riddle: Tool of thief, toy of queen. Always used to be unseen. Sign of joy, sign of sorrow. Giving all likeness borrowed. What am I?
Answer: A mask.
Riddle: What kind of running means walking?
Answer: Running out of gas!
Riddle: Can a man legally marry his widow's sister in the state of California?
Answer: NO since she is a 'widow', the guy's dead!
Riddle: What can go up and come down without moving?
Answer: The temperature.
Riddle: A farmer in California owns a beautiful pear tree. He supplies the fruit to a nearby grocery store. The store owner has called the farmer to see how much fruit is available for him to purchase. The farmer knows that the main trunk has 24 branches. Each branch has exactly 12 boughs and each bough has exactly 6 twigs. Since each twig bears one piece of fruit, how many plums will the farmer be able to deliver?
Answer: None. A pear tree does not bear plums.
Riddle: What can hold water even though it has holes?
Answer: A Sponge.

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