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Two sentries were on duty outside a barracks. One faced up the road to watch for anyoe approaching from the North. The other looked down the road to see if anyone approached from the South. Suddenly one of them said to the other, 'Why are you smiling?' How did he know that his companion was smiling?
A bus driver was heading down a street in Colorado. He went right past a stop sign without stopping, he turned left where there was a 'no left turn' sign, and he went the wrong way on a one-way street. Then he went on the left side of the road past a cop car. Still - he didn't break any traffic laws. Why not?
I'm a god, a planet, & measurer of heat. Who am I?
Since a person uses about the same amount of energy walking 2 miles as they would running for 2 miles, would a person use more energy running for 10 minutes, walking for ten minutes, or the same amount of energy?
If you turn your right-handed glove inside out and put it on your left hand, where will the palm of the glove be on your left hand?
An archeologist finds a coin dated 48 B.C. How did he know it was a fake?
Mr. and Mrs. Mustard have six daughters and each daughter has one brother. How many people are in the Mustard family?
Why do scuba divers fall backwards out of a boat?
During WWII, there was a bridge connecting Germany and Switzerland, and on the German side, there was a sentry tower with a guard in it. He would come out every three minutes to check on the bridge, and he had orders to turn back anyone who tried to get into Germany, and shoot anyone trying to escape without a pass. There was a woman who desperately needed to get into Switzerland, and she knew she didn't have time to get a pass. It would take her at least six minutes to cross the bridge, but she managed to do it. How?
Late afternoons I often bathe. I'll soak in water piping hot. My essence goes through my see through clothes. Used up am I; I've gone to pot. What am I?
A man lives on the 45th floor of an apartment building. On rainy days, he takes the elevator to and from his apartment, but on sunny days, he will take the elevator from his apartment to the lobby but walks up the 45 flights of stairs when he returns home. Why doesn't he just take the elevator all the time?
A house with two occupants, sometimes one, rarely three. Break the walls, eat the boarders, then throw away me. What am I?
Always invisible, yet never out of sight. What are they?
What is it that makes tears without sorrow and takes its journey to heaven?