---------------------------More Tile Games---------------------------
A psycologist goes to a village in Africa and decides to compare foot size to intelligence. He notes that in general, as foot size increases, so does intelligence. How can this be?
What can run but never walks, Has a mouth but never talks, Has a bed but never sleeps?
Why can't you take a picture of a man with a wooden leg?
They have not flesh, nor feathers, nor scales, nor bone. Yet they have fingers and thumbs of their own. What are they?
What can go up a chimney down, but cannot go down a chimney up?
I was carried into a dark room, and set on fire. I wept, and then my head was cut off. What am I?
What book was once owned by only the wealthy, but now everyone can have it? You can't buy it in a bookstore or take it from a library?
What is the value of 1/2 of 2/3 of 3/4 of 4/5 of 5/6 of 6/7 of 7/8 of 8/9 of 9/10 of 1,000?
Name 3 things that have eyes, yet cannot see? (there are many, so see if you can guess the official answer.)
When asked how old she was, Suzie replied, 'In two years I will be twice as old as I was five years ago.' How old is she?
Two convicts are locked in a cell. There is an unbarred window high up in the cell. No matter if they stand on the bed or one on top of the other they can't reach the window to escape. They then decide to tunnel out. However, they give up with the tunneling because it will take too long. Finally one of the convicts figures out how to escape from the cell. What is his plan?
Always old, sometimes new, never sad, sometimes blue. Never empty, sometimes full, never pushes, always pulls. What am I?
Fill in the blanks using the same three letters at the end as at the beginning in the same order to find a place where water flows free: _ _ _ ERGRO _ _ _
Elmer Johnson went to the hardware store to make a purchase for his house. He asked the store clerk, 'How much will one cost?' The clerk thought for a moment and said, 'Three dollars.' Elmer Johnson, who looked a little puzzled said, 'Well then, how much will twelve cost?' 'Six dollars,' replied the clerk. Elmer Johnson scratched his head and said, 'If I were to purchase two hundred, how much would that cost?' 'That,' said the clerk, 'will cost you nine dollars.' What was Elmer Johnson buying?
A headless man had a letter to write; It was read by a man who had lost his sight. The dumb repeated it word for word; And deaf was he who listened and heard. Solve this riddle.