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Outlaw Riddles

Riddle: Why did the outlaw steal the deck of cards?
Answer: He heard there were 13 diamonds in it.
Riddle: Why did outlaws sleep on the ground after robbing a bank?
Answer: They wanted to lie low.
Riddle: Why did the outlaw hold up the bakery?
Answer: He kneaded the dough.
Riddle: Why did the outlaw go to the river?
Answer: He heard it had two banks.
Riddle: The outlaw went for a trip on friday for three days and came back on friday. How is this possible?
Answer: His horse was named Friday
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Riddle: A sheriff is in hot pursuit of the notorious bank robber Black Bart. The six-shooters of the lawman and the criminal glisten in the sun, as Black Bart speeds his way on foot to the first horse he sees, and quickly mounts it. The sheriff, in hot pursuit, jumps on the back of the closest steed he can find, and continues the heated chase, but he is unable to close the gap between them. After a short time, a man and a woman, who are witnessing the chase, shout out loudly to the lawman and the criminal, "Meet you at the saloon in 30 minutes for something cold!" What is going on in this strange scenario, and who are the man and the woman who shouted out the invitation to the saloon?
Answer: The "sheriff" and "Black Bart" are two children pretending to be a lawman chasing an outlaw, and are riding horses on a merry-go-round at an amusement park or a western tourist town. The man and the woman are their parents who are inviting them to the "saloon" for some cold drinks or ice cream.
Riddle: What do outlaws eat with their milk?
Answer: Crookies.
Riddle: Why did the banana run from the outlaw?
Answer: Because it was yellow.
Riddle: Where do dead outlaws go on a saturday night?
Answer: To ghost towns.
Riddle: Why were outlaws the strongest men in the Old West?
Answer: They could hold up trains.
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Outlaw Riddles Answers:

  1. He heard there were 13 diamonds in it.
  2. They wanted to lie low.
  3. He kneaded the dough.
  4. He heard it had two banks.
  5. His horse was named Friday
  6. The "sheriff" and "Black Bart" are two children pretending to be a lawman chasing an outlaw, and are riding horses on a merry-go-round at an amusement park or a western tourist town. The man and the woman are their parents who are inviting them to the "saloon" for some cold drinks or ice cream.
  7. Crookies.
  8. Because it was yellow.
  9. To ghost towns.
  10. They could hold up trains.