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"Fart" Riddles. First 10 of 10.

Riddle: Sometimes I am born in silence, Other times, no. I am unseen, But I make my presence known. In time, I fade without a trace. I harm no one, but I am unpopular with all. What am I?
Answer: A fart.
Riddle: Why do they not allow you to fart in an Apple Store?
Answer: Because They don't have Windows.
Riddle: My farther is the moon, my mother is the sea, I die when I reach land. What am I?
Answer: Waves.
Riddle: When set loose I fly away, Never so cursed as when I go astray. What am I?
Answer: A fart.
Riddle: What is the sharpest thing in the world?
Answer: A fart, it can go through your clothes without making a hole!
Riddle: Once upon a time there was a happy family in a dome shaped house the family consisted of a mother, a farther, a chef, a maid, a brother, a sister, and a little kitty named bubbles. The mother and father went out one night and remembered to lock the doors. When they came home the cat had sadly passed. They questioned everyone. The boy said he was playing video games with the girl, the girl also said they were playing video games. The maid said she was dusting the corners in the house and the chef said he was sharpening the knife to cut the freshly baked apple pie. Who killed bubbles?
Answer: The maid! There are no corners in a dome shaped house. Mew!
Riddle: What came out from ONE hole and goes in to TWO holes?
Answer: Farts.
Riddle: How far can a dog run into the woods?
Answer: Halfway, any farther and he would be running out of the woods.
Riddle: Why are there only 239 beans in bean soup?
Answer: Because one more will make it too farty! (240)
Riddle: The title of the problem tells you how to approach these four questions. (A). A bus leaves Moscow for Tula at noon. An hour later a cyclist leaves Tula for mosco, moving slower than the bus. When the bus and cyclist meet, which one of the two will be farther from Moscow? (B). Which is worth more: a pound of $10 gold peices or half a pound of $20 gold pieces? (C). At six o'clock the wall clock struck 6 times. Checking with my watch, I noticed the time between the first and last strokes was 30 seconds. How long will the clock take to strike 12 at midnight? (D). Three swallows fly outward from a point. When will they all be on the same plane in space? Now check the answers. Did you fall into any of the traps which lurk in these simple problems?
Answer: (A). Neither (B). A pound of metal is always more than half a pound of the same metal. (C). Six strokes took 30 seconds, therefore 12 strokes will take 60 seconds. But when the clock struck six, there were only 5 intervals between strokes, and each interval was 30/5=6 seconds. Between the first and twelfth strokes there will be 11 intervals of 6 seconds each, therefore 12 strokes will take 66 seconds. (D). There is always a plane that contains any 3 points 

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