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I guarantee,' said the salesman in the pet shop, 'that this purple parrot will repeat every word it hears.' A customer bought the bird, but found that the parrot wouldn't speak a single word. Nevertheless, what the salesman said was true. How could this be?
What does a blind man see, a deaf man hear, and if you eat it you are sure to die?
What stays where it is when it goes off?
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?
What is more useful when it is broken?
Which clock works best, the one that loses a minute a day, or the one that doesn't work at all?
You have a ping pong ball at the end of a curvy, long, skinny hole in the ground. You want to get it out but you can't stick your hand in it won't reach or fit. A string won't work because you won't be able to attatch it. What can you do to get it out without digging a hole?
What is the difference between a rotten husband and a rotten shot?
Two bodies have I, though both joined in one; the longer I stand the quicker I run. What am I?
Twelve white ponies, On a red hill, Always moving, but standing still. What are we?
I don't have eyes, But once I did see. Once I had thoughts, But now I'm white and empty. What am I?
A man falls overboard and gets washed ashore on an island with nothing but sand. The island is 50 miles from the nearest land. He can't swim, the water's 100 feet deep, and the island has nothing to make a floatation device with. With no help from people, animals, fish, or machines he finds a way off the island. How does he do it?
Many things can create one, it can be of any shape or size, it is created for various reasons, and it can shrink or grow with time. What is it?
Before airplanes were invented, a suspension brides was being planned to span a violent river. There was no way a boat could carry the suspension cables across the violent water, and the bridge could not be built until the cables were in place. The builders decided to hold a contest to solve the problem. The contest was won by a young boy. Shortly thereafter the cables spanned the water. What contest could have been used to solve this problem?
On a rainy day, at the end of the Play, what does the director say?