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I have holes on the top and bottom. I have holes on my left and on my right. And I have holes in the middle, yet I still hold water. What am I?
Henry was out walking one day. He met his father-in-law's only daughter's mother-in-law. What did Henry call her?
No sooner spoken than broken. What is it?
A woman bought a used car for $600 and sold it a friend for $800. She later bought it back for $1,000 and resold it for $1,200. Did she make any profit and if so, how much?
If five thousand, five hundred five dollars is written as $5,505, how should twelve thousand, twelve hundred twelve dollars be written?
I have a light side and a dark side, and I hold the universe together. What am I?
The sharp slim blade, that cuts the wind. What is it?
What can be driven, but has no wheels. And can be sliced, and still remain whole?
You hear me calling to you, beckoning with my shrill voice; My keys will carry you to the place of your choice. What am I?
Name 3 things that have eyes, yet cannot see? (there are many, so see if you can guess the official answer.)
If you cross out all unnecessary letters in the following string of letters, a logical sentence will remain. Can you see it? AALLLOUGNINCEACELSSSEANRYTELNETCTEERS
What goes with a train, and comes with a train, and the train doesn't need it, but can't go without it?
What animal has no wings, but yet will fly?
I am one with eight to spare, lest I lose my one. I'm not a number. What am I?
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.