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Riddle:

If you can buy 1 for $1, 14 for $2, and 145 for $3, what are you buying?

Answer:

House numbers

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Riddle:

WYISDERSOMENIMORORSIZASIZDENDERISORSIZ? What does this say?

Answer:

Why is there so many more horses asses than there is horses?

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Riddle:

you are stuck in a house
you have four objects to use
you have a wooden chair,a ladder
a piano,and an axe.
The axe is rubber
What would you use to get out?? hint* you can't get out with breaking it
and you can only pick one object.

Answer:

you use the piano KEYS!!!!!

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Riddle:

A man enters an expensive restraunt and orders a meal. When the waiter brings him his meal the man takes out a slip of paper and writes down 102004180, then leaves. The cashier hands the slip of paper to the cashier who understood it immediately.

What did the slip of paper say?

Answer:

I =1, 0=Ought, 2=To, 0=Owe, 0=Nothing, 4=For, 1=I, 8=Ate, 0=Nothing. I Ought To Owe Nothing For I Ate Nothing. 102004180

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Riddle:

Thirty white horses on a red hill, First they champ, Then they stamp, Then they stand still.

Answer:

Teeth

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Riddle:

Angry and Hungry are two words ending in 'gry"
There are three words, (Using popular terminology)
in the English Language, that end in "GRY".
.
What is the third word?
The word is something that everyone uses every day.
If you have listened carefully,
I have already told you what it is.

Answer:

Answer is terminology. (It's the third word ending in gry. Usin(g) popula(r) teminolog(y)

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Riddle:

It's always 1 to 6,
it's always 15 to 20,
it's always 5,
but it's never 21,
unless it's flying.

Answer:

The answer is: a dice. An explanation: "It's always 1 to 6": the numbers on the faces of the dice, "it's always 15 to 20": the sum of the exposed faces when the dice comes to rest after being thrown, "it's always 5": the number of exposed faces when the dice is at rest, "but it's never 21": the sum of the exposed faces is never 21 when the dice is at rest, "unless it's flying": the sum of all exposed faces when the dice is flying is 21 (1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6).

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Riddle:

there was a girl and her boyfriend and they got in a car crash,well they went to this world were what they said magicly appeared.WEll ANYTHING could be wished for.And the girl wished for a bucket of water and she told the boy tht it was half full,but the boy said NO its half empty.

Which one is correct?

Answer:

Neither of them,because buckets go out word,the dont stay the smae size.

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Riddle:

There are 100 light bulbs lined up in a row in a long room. Each bulb has its own switch and is currently switched off. The room has an entry door and an exit door. There are 100 people lined up outside the entry door. Each bulb is numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. So is each person. Person No. 1 enters the room, switches on every bulb, and exits. Person No. 2 enters and flips the switch on every second bulb (turning off bulbs 2, 4, 6, …). Person No. 3 enters and flips the switch on every third bulb (changing the state on bulbs 3, 6, 9, …). This continues until all 100 people have passed through the room. What is the final state of bulb No. 64? And how many of the light bulbs are illuminated after the 100th person has passed through the room?

Answer:

First think who will operate each bulb, obviously person #2 will do all the even numbers, and say person #10 will operate all the bulbs that end in a zero. So who would operate for example bulb 48: Persons numbered: 1 & 48, 2 & 24, 3 & 16, 4 & 12, 6 & 8 ........ That is all the factors (numbers by which 48 is divisible) will be in pairs. This means that for every person who switches a bulb on there will be someone to switch it off. This willl result in the bulb being back at it's original state. So why aren't all the bulbs off? Think of bulb 36:- The factors are: 1 & 36, 2 & 13, 6 & 6 Well in this case whilst all the factors are in pairs the number 6 is paired with it's self. Clearly the sixth person will only flick the bulb once and so the pairs don't cancel. This is true of all the square numbers. There are 10 square numbers between 1 and 100 (1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81 & 100) hence 10 bulbs remain on.

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Riddle:

The word FACETIOUSLY
contains the six vowels, A-E-I-O-U and Y,
in their alphabetical order.
Can you find another English word that does the same?

Answer:

The word is abstemiously. There may be others.

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