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I sleep by day, I fly by night. I have no feathers to aid my flight. What am I?
Uncle Jacob is 65 years old. How many birthdays does he have?
Jim was examining an angle measuring 14 and 1/2 degrees, using his magnifying glass that magnifies everything two times. Under the glass, how large would that angle measure?
Two girls have the same parents and were born at the same hour of the same day of the same month, but they are not twins. How can this be possible?
Two mothers and two daughters go shopping. They have $21, which they split equally between them. How can this be possible?
Pronounced as one letter, But look and you'll see, That really I'm written with three. I'm read from both ends, The same either way. What am I?
I come in darkness, but fill the mind with light. I bring enlightenment to some, while gripping others in the hand of fear. With me it can be a journey of inexplicable joy and sorrow. What I will show you will often be unreachable. Journey with me and what you see may haunt you. Journey with me and you may never want to return home. Journey with me and you will never know when it will end. What am I?
You have nine coins. One of the nine is counterfeit. The counterfeit coin can only be distinguished by weight---it is heavier than the rest. Using a balance scale only twice, find the counterfeit coin.
There are 50 horses and 50 kings riding along an old dirt road. They came to a peach tree with 50 peaches. Each took one, yet there were still 49 left. How is this possible?
What has roots that nobody sees, and is taller than trees. Up, up it goes, and yet it never grows. What is it?
Which word in the English language becomes shorter when it is lengthened?
I begin with T, have T in the middle and I end in T. What am I?
It goes up, but at the same time goes down. Up toward the sky, and down toward the ground. It's present tense and past tense too, come for a ride, just me and you. What is it?
This one's a tuffy! There is a common English word that is seven letters long. Each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains a common English word - from seven letters right on down to a single letter. What is the original word, and what are the words that it becomes after removing a letter at a time?
Gaze at this sentence for just about sixty seconds and then explain what makes it quite different from the average sentence. Quick! What is it?