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    Ithink #8 is see thru Blouse?

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    I think#8 is see thru blouse.. and #22 is Life after 40

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    Life begins at 40 is a popular saying, what you said is not.
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    Maybe 24 is 'Economies of scale'.

    Either work i guess.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizzah View Post

    What is bought just to be thrown away ?
    so what is the answer of this?? i don't wanna read through 26 pages...

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE FRANCHISE™ View Post
    The Norweigian keeps the fish because keeping fish is gay.
    i'm no norwegian but thats some fucked up shit ta say....LOL....

    And I'ma remain in the scene and reign supreme and go to many extremes by any means

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    26 pages and i had like only 2 correct...superb thread for a stressful day at work,,should be made a sticky..

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    1. "If a grasshopper halves the distance to a wall on every jump, how many jumps will he need to reach the wall if he starts from ten feet away?"


    2 "Can not be bought, can not be sold, even if it's made of gold. What is it?"

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    1. The answer i have is : He'll never make it (he'll make it negligibly close, but technically, will never make it)

    2. A heart? I don't know, could be many intangible things that people refer to as 'made of gold'.



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    Very good Pat
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    I read a few of those riddle sites, usually they are full of nonsense which don't really qualify like "a man is face down in a field with a backpack on dead, what happened?" but they still amuse me.

    People should post more riddles here so i can waste my time with something.

    Preferably the really obvious trick riddles so i can feel like more of an idiot when i don't get them.

    I got this one though straight away, i wonder if most people think of this immediately or not?


    A horse is tied to a 15 ft. rope and there is a bail of hay 25 ft. away from him. Yet the horse is able to eat from the bail of hay. How is this possible.

    I like riddles which superficially seem like problems of mathematics but turn out to simply be problems of logic, they give stupid people like me a chance.

    This one should be fairly easy:

    A man was found murdered on Sunday morning. His wife immediately called the police. The police questioned the wife and staff and got these alibis:
    The Wife said she was sleeping.
    The Cook was cooking breakfast.
    The Gardener was picking vegetables.
    The Maid was getting the mail.
    The Butler was cleaning the closet.

    The police instantly arrested the murdered. Who did it and how did they know?



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    A. itd be like the diameter of a circle and the horse and hay were on opposite ends

    B. the wife couldn't have been sleeping if she immediately called the police

    bong bong?


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    lol, sorry forgot about this.

    A. Nope, think about it more laterally.

    B. Nope, think about what day it is.



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    Correct Ben.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Bateman View Post

    A horse is tied to a 15 ft. rope and there is a bail of hay 25 ft. away from him. Yet the horse is able to eat from the bail of hay. How is this possible.

    This annoys me, because it could have several answers, all equally plausible. I presume the other end of the rope isn't tied to anything?

    A man was found murdered on Sunday morning. His wife immediately called the police. The police questioned the wife and staff and got these alibis:
    The Wife said she was sleeping.
    The Cook was cooking breakfast.
    The Gardener was picking vegetables.
    The Maid was getting the mail.
    The Butler was cleaning the closet.

    The police instantly arrested the murdered. Who did it and how did they know?

    It was the fucking maid trying to get mail on a Sunday. Either that, or the Gardener who was a devout christian and never worked on the sabbath.
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