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I sleep by day, I fly by night. I have no feathers to aid my flight. What am I?
Q: Lucy had it first, Ethel had it last, Mary Lungel had it twice until she maried Peter Stupid and never had it again. What is it?
Who is he that runs without a leg and his house on his back?
In olden days you are a clever thief charged with treason against the king and sentenced to death. But the king decided to be a little lenient and lets you choose your own way to die. What way should you choose? Remember, you're clever!
What can go up a chimney down, but cannot go down a chimney up?
Your in a place called Bobby's world and there is only one Law. There is a mirror, but no reflection. There is pizza with cheese, but not sausage. There is pepper, but no salt. There is a door, yet no entrance or exit. What is the law?
If you cross out all unnecessary letters in the following string of letters, a logical sentence will remain. Can you see it? AALLLOUGNINCEACELSSSEANRYTELNETCTEERS
I can be any colour you can imagine. You see me in everyday life. I have been around for many, many years, look around... you can probably see some of me right now. 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?
In a stable there are men and horses. In all, there are 22 heads and 72 feet. How many men and how many horses are in the stable?
I was born in the 18th century, yet still live on today. Appearing on TV when I have something to say. Called everything from 'honest' to a dirty rotten 'crook', I used to wear a wig, but have had several looks. I've always had a party, but never disturb the neighbors. I've been shot at many times - major stories for the papers. What am I?
Read my riddle, I pray. What God never sees, what the king seldom sees, and what we see every day. What is it?
I can sizzle like bacon, I am made with an egg, I have plenty of backbone, but lack a good leg, I peel layers like onions, but still remain whole, I can be long, like a flagpole, yet fit in a hole, What am I?
Two brothers we are, great burdens we bear, all day we are bitterly pressed; Yet this I will say - we are full all the day, and empty when we go to rest. What are we?
An iron horse with a flaxen tail. The faster the horse runs, the shorter his tail becomes. What is it?