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Is Sweet a female or a male ?


neither? sweet is not a person. O_O



12)Got 3 ppl wan to go moon for 1000 years...1st people bring a lot of book...2nd people brought 1 woman .... the third guy brought 1000000000000 cigarettes

After 1000 years...they came back... the first person said he found a lot of new species...the 2nd person said he got 1000 children...What did the 3rd person say???


nothing, isn't he dead after smoking all that cigarettes?



13)if have a car, tom is the driver & mary is the passenger.so who is the owner of the car?

If is the driver. lol



JOKES:1)On hearing that her elderly grandfather had just passed away, Katie went straight to her grandparent's house to visit her 95 year old grandmother and comfort her.

When she asked how her grandfather had died, her grandmother replied, "He had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning."

Horrified, Katie told her grandmother that 2 people nearly 100 years old having sex would surely be asking for trouble.

"Oh no, my dear, " replied granny. "Many years ago, realizing our advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. Nice and slow and even. Nothing too strenuous, simply in on the Ding and out on the Dong."

She paused, wiped away a tear and then continued, "And if that damned ice cream truck hadn't come along,





I din't get this joke...O_O

I am not really good with riddles..lol...
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kityee123 wrote:
Is Sweet a female or a male ?


neither? sweet is not a person. O_O



12)Got 3 ppl wan to go moon for 1000 years...1st people bring a lot of book...2nd people brought 1 woman .... the third guy brought 1000000000000 cigarettes

After 1000 years...they came back... the first person said he found a lot of new species...the 2nd person said he got 1000 children...What did the 3rd person say???


nothing, isn't he dead after smoking all that cigarettes?



13)if have a car, tom is the driver & mary is the passenger.so who is the owner of the car?

If is the driver. lol



JOKES:1)On hearing that her elderly grandfather had just passed away, Katie went straight to her grandparent's house to visit her 95 year old grandmother and comfort her.

When she asked how her grandfather had died, her grandmother replied, "He had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning."

Horrified, Katie told her grandmother that 2 people nearly 100 years old having sex would surely be asking for trouble.

"Oh no, my dear, " replied granny. "Many years ago, realizing our advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. Nice and slow and even. Nothing too strenuous, simply in on the Ding and out on the Dong."

She paused, wiped away a tear and then continued, "And if that damned ice cream truck hadn't come along,





I din't get this joke...O_O

I am not really good with riddles..lol...


UR WRONG ACCEPT QN 13 LOL^^
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WantedBound wrote:


kityee123 wrote:
Is Sweet a female or a male ?


neither? sweet is not a person. O_O



12)Got 3 ppl wan to go moon for 1000 years...1st people bring a lot of book...2nd people brought 1 woman .... the third guy brought 1000000000000 cigarettes

After 1000 years...they came back... the first person said he found a lot of new species...the 2nd person said he got 1000 children...What did the 3rd person say???


nothing, isn't he dead after smoking all that cigarettes?



13)if have a car, tom is the driver & mary is the passenger.so who is the owner of the car?

If is the driver. lol



JOKES:1)On hearing that her elderly grandfather had just passed away, Katie went straight to her grandparent's house to visit her 95 year old grandmother and comfort her.

When she asked how her grandfather had died, her grandmother replied, "He had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning."

Horrified, Katie told her grandmother that 2 people nearly 100 years old having sex would surely be asking for trouble.

"Oh no, my dear, " replied granny. "Many years ago, realizing our advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. Nice and slow and even. Nothing too strenuous, simply in on the Ding and out on the Dong."

She paused, wiped away a tear and then continued, "And if that damned ice cream truck hadn't come along,





I din't get this joke...O_O

I am not really good with riddles..lol...


UR WRONG ACCEPT QN 13 LOL^^

lol!!! i got q.13! weee that's good enough! LOL!
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kityee123 wrote:


WantedBound wrote:


kityee123 wrote:
Is Sweet a female or a male ?


neither? sweet is not a person. O_O



12)Got 3 ppl wan to go moon for 1000 years...1st people bring a lot of book...2nd people brought 1 woman .... the third guy brought 1000000000000 cigarettes

After 1000 years...they came back... the first person said he found a lot of new species...the 2nd person said he got 1000 children...What did the 3rd person say???


nothing, isn't he dead after smoking all that cigarettes?



13)if have a car, tom is the driver & mary is the passenger.so who is the owner of the car?

If is the driver. lol



JOKES:1)On hearing that her elderly grandfather had just passed away, Katie went straight to her grandparent's house to visit her 95 year old grandmother and comfort her.

When she asked how her grandfather had died, her grandmother replied, "He had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning."

Horrified, Katie told her grandmother that 2 people nearly 100 years old having sex would surely be asking for trouble.

"Oh no, my dear, " replied granny. "Many years ago, realizing our advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. Nice and slow and even. Nothing too strenuous, simply in on the Ding and out on the Dong."

She paused, wiped away a tear and then continued, "And if that damned ice cream truck hadn't come along,





I din't get this joke...O_O

I am not really good with riddles..lol...


UR WRONG ACCEPT QN 13 LOL^^

lol!!! i got q.13! weee that's good enough! LOL!


HEHE YE POST SOME RIDDLES N JOKES HERE^^
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1.A beggar's brother died, but the man who died had no brother. How could this be?

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1.A beggar's brother died, but the man who died had no brother. How could this be?



different person?
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1.A beggar's brother died, but the man who died had no brother. How could this be?



different person?


nope ;)
guess again =D
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Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?

Solved by: sagante and WantedBound



2)
Walter spent three days in the hospital. He was neither sick nor injured, but when it was time to leave he had to be carried out. Why?

3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?
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Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?

2)
Walter spent three days in the hospital. He was neither sick nor injured, but when it was time to leave he had to be carried out. Why?

3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?


3)the fence was yellow so wen painted green it will become blue?

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3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?


3)the fence was yellow so wen painted green it will become blue?



Hmm, not quite. Keep guessing!
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7nmelz wrote:

Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?

2)
Walter spent three days in the hospital. He was neither sick nor injured, but when it was time to leave he had to be carried out. Why?

3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?


I have been staring at the Ben murder case for like 10mins...I came up with some possiblities but then some of the conditions were not met....

can you give a clue?
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7nmelz wrote:

Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?

2)
Walter spent three days in the hospital. He was neither sick nor injured, but when it was time to leave he had to be carried out. Why?

3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?


I have been staring at the Ben murder case for like 10mins...I came up with some possiblities but then some of the conditions were not met....

can you give a clue?


Well, consider the TV part of the incident and the items that the Officer ticked off. Do you notice something? Don't worry, this is really hard, keep working at it!
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7nmelz wrote:

Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?

2)
Walter spent three days in the hospital. He was neither sick nor injured, but when it was time to leave he had to be carried out. Why?

3)
A man painted his garden fence green and then went on holiday. When he came back two weeks later, he was amazed to see that the fence was blue. Nobody had touched the fence. What had happened?


I have been staring at the Ben murder case for like 10mins...I came up with some possiblities but then some of the conditions were not met....

can you give a clue?


Well, consider the TV part of the incident and the items that the Officer ticked off. Do you notice something? Don't worry, this is really hard, keep working at it!


Can I answer first hu killed him?
I think the doctor killed him ( Don't know why)
The doctor killed uncle ben, left the TV on timer and to off after some mins...
he also left a empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops to look like he got overdose..

lol...i think it is wrong...
but is it even close?
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7nmelz wrote:

Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?



Can I answer first hu killed him?
I think the doctor killed him ( Don't know why)
The doctor killed uncle ben, left the TV on timer and to off after some mins...
he also left a empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops to look like he got overdose..

lol...i think it is wrong...
but is it even close?


Wow, you're really close!

You're right, the doctor killed him. But the other answers aren't quite right. Keep going, you're alsmost there!
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7nmelz wrote:

Okay, this is not a riddle, but bear with me! It's fun to try and solve it, okay? Oh yes, questions are difficult, so don't feel bad if you don't get it right. I got them from a book called 'Entertain your brain' which was edited by Ella Harris and Carolin Christin. Very nice book that's filled with puzzles, and I highly recommend it!

1)
Doctor Paul Yancy tiptoed out of the sickroom, closing the door behind him.
"Uncle Ben needs peace and quite," he told his brother and sister-in-law. "The flu has left him weak and depressed. But the old man should make a full recovery."
"Thank goodness," replied Fritz with as much sincerity as he could muster. Uncle Ben had been staying with them ever since he got sick two weeks earlier. Everyday Fritz had to remind himself of the 30 million good reasons why he and Caroline had to be hospitable to the cranky old man.
"Call me if he gets worse," Paul said as he left the house.

"Why can't Paul take Uncle Ben in?" Caroline whined, not for the first time.
"Very simple," Fritz explained again. "The nicer we are to the old buzzard, the more he'll leave us in his will."
A minute later, they hear the television go on in their uncle's ground-floor room.
"At least when he's watching TV he's not making demands," Caroline sighed.

They listened as Uncle Ben channel-surfed for a few minutes, then switched off the set. An hour later, Caroline brought in his lunch on a tray. That's when they found Uncle Ben dead, a half-empty glass of water on his nightstand along with a completely empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops.

As the body was removed, Officer Warren inspected the room. It seemed to have every convenience for a bedridden man. He counted all the electronic or batter-operated devices: the TV set mounted in a ceiling corner, the radio/CD player within easy reach, the portable phone, the remote control for the blinds, an intercom and last but not least, the remote control to adjust the bed.

"According to the medical examiner, the overdose killed him in just a few minutes," a rookie officer informed his superior. "Since the bedroom window was locked from the inside and no one was seen entering the room, I think we can call this a definite suicide."
"Definite murder," Officer Warren countered.

What was it about the room that made Warren suspect murder? And whom did he suspect?



Can I answer first hu killed him?
I think the doctor killed him ( Don't know why)
The doctor killed uncle ben, left the TV on timer and to off after some mins...
he also left a empty bottle of liquid sleeping drops to look like he got overdose..

lol...i think it is wrong...
but is it even close?


Wow, you're really close!

You're right, the doctor killed him. But the other answers aren't quite right. Keep going, you're alsmost there!


Uncle Ben could not have been watching TV since he was on the bed and there was no remote...
The doctor accidetally overdosed him
so he on the radio then the couple thought that he was watching TV but actually was listening to the radio then Uncle Ben off the radio and died.. LOL

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