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If you were running a race, and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?
You are on a ship, over the side hangs a rope ladder with half meter rungs. The tide rises a half meter per hour. At the end of five hours, how much of the ladder will remain above the water assuming that nine rungs were above the water when the tide began to rise?
What traps warmth, Sprays forth ice and water, Yet slips through your fingers with ease?
A wise King wants an honest child to take his place on the throne. He gives each of his 3 sons a pack of flower seeds and tells them that the one who grows the most beautiful flowers from these seeds will have his throne. Six months pass and the king checks the flowers. The first 2 had beautiful flower beds while the last child had nothing in his plot but weeds and no flowers. Yet, the king chose this child to have the throne. Why?
What is the longest word in the dictionary?
There once was an evil wizard. He took 3 woman from their homes and turned them into rose bushes that looked exactly alike. He put them in his garden. One of the woman had a husband and children and begged the wizard to let her see them. He agreed. At night he brought the woman to her house. In the morning he came and took her home. One day the husband decided to go rescue her. So he snuck into the wizards garden. He looked and looked at the 3 identical rose bushes trying to figure out wich could be his wife. Suddenly he knew the answere and he took his wife home. How did he know wich rose bush was his wife?
When I am filled I can point the way. When I am empty, nothing moves me. I have two skins - One without and one within. What am I?
Part carbon, part water, I am poison to the fishes. Many falsely claim my name, I am the pause that refreshes. What am I?
Two men were being tried for murder. The jury found one man guilty and the other innocent. The judge turned to the guilty man and said, 'Even though your guilt has been established, the law compels me to set you free.' How could such a bizarre judgement occur?
Mick and John were in a 100 meter race. When Mick crossed the finish line, John was only at the 90 meter mark. Mick suggested they run another race. This time, Mick would start ten meters behind the starting line. All other things being equal, will John win, lose, or will it be a tie in the second race?
What do you throw out when you want to use it, but take in when you don't want to use it?
Iron roof, glass walls, burns and burns and never falls. What am I?
A horse travels a certain distance each day. Strangely enough, two of its legs travel 30 miles each day and the other two legs travel nearly 31 miles. It would seem that two of the horse's legs must be one mile ahead of the other two legs, but of course this can't be true. Since the horse is normal, how is this situation possible?
Dead on the field lie ten soldiers in white, felled by three eyes, black as night. What's going on here?
He's a boastful, puffed-up fellow, wearing spurs; eyes gleaming yellow. As he proudly struts about, he's in charge, there is no doubt. What is he?