The never ending crazy quiz.... please, make it stop...
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Trees, Dinner plates, and Roads. What do they have in common? Answer: All Have Forks
You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I? Answer: A Telephone
What's long and thin, covered in skin; red in parts, and put in tarts? Answer: Rhubarb.
What's colorless, and weightless, but if you put it into a barrel, the barrel would become lighter? Answer: A Hole
What starts with a T, ends with a T, and has T in it? Answer: A Teapot
What has no beginning, end, or middle? Answer: A Doughnut
What grows when it eats, but dies when it drinks? Answer: Fire!
What can go up and come down without moving? Answer: The Temperature
What else goes up and down without moving? Answer: A Staircase
There was once a book that was owned by only the wealthy, but now everyone can have it? But you can't buy it in a bookstore or take it from a library. What is this book? Answer: A Phone Book
The more you take, the more you leave behind. What are they? Answer: Footsteps
The more you have of it, the less you see. What is it? Answer: Darkness
The more it dries, the wetter it gets. What is it? Answer: A Towel
No sooner spoken than broken. What is it? Answer: Silence
In a tunnel of darkness lies a beast of iron. It can only attack when pulled back. What is it? Answer: A Bullet
If you were in a dark room with a candle, a woodstove, a match and a gas lamp which do you light first? Answer: The Match!
If two's company and three's a crowd, what are four and five? Answer: Nine!
I have a head like a cat. I have feet like a cat. But I am not a cat. What am I? Answer: A Kitten
Forward I am heavy, but backward I am not. What am I? Answer: A Ton
Before the days of motor cars, a man rode into town on his horse. He arrived on Friday, spent three days in town and left on Friday. How is that possible? Answer: The Horse's name was... "FRIDAY!"
A man builds a house with all four sides facing south. How? Answer: It's built at the North Pole.
A barrel of water weighs 20 pounds. What must you add to it to make it weigh 12 pounds? Answer: Holes...
I am around long before dawn. But by lunch I am usually gone. You can see me summer, fall, and spring. I like to get on everything. But when winter winds start to blow; Burr, then it's time for me to go! What am I? Answer: The Dew
It has cities, but no houses; It has forests, but no trees; It has rivers, but no fish. What is it? Answer: A Map
Filled with words, yet say nothing... Answer: Dictionary, or we would have accepted "Politician"... HAHA!
The two of us are a pair, on the floor or on the wall in the air. We work hard - our life is not fair but without us you might go no where... What are we? Answer: Shoes
Winnie Carru is from Australia... "You blokes sure do talk funny in Texas - mus' be all 'at sun..." Sure Winnie... we think you talk funny, too.
What is she sayin'?
A. "Ga'... is all like baby chicks this buffet?"
B. "yah, ya' had to come knock me up this mornin'..."
C. "Got any bangers?"
A. "This is really cheap" [cheep, get it?]
B. "You were my wake up call this morning..."
C. "Sausages", which if used in a microwave oven, fit really well...
Easy One... What has four wheels and "flies"? Answer: Garbage Truck - yuk, yuk, yuk...
When we're together, we really work. No Sweat, no pull, no yank, no jerk. I aproach my darling with my shaft out thrust. Firmly, to grip and turn so just. Without me, she is cold, alone, and still. It's my gentle turn that is her thrill. What am I? Answer: A Key in a lock...
Jimmy Richards is tring to re-invent the english language. This section if just for him... If you want to impress him, use some of these in your rap lyrics [HAHAHA!] Can you figure out what he's talking about?
A. Fantastic-Elastic-Fortune-Plastic
B. Chug-n-Jump
C. De-fueling
D. Gospel Highway
E. Mama Train
A. Credit Cards
B. Bar Hopping, or going from one place to another for drinks
C. Going to the bathroom.
D. Any road with holes and bumps 'cause it'll shake the Devil out of ya'.
E. Any lady pulling three or more children out of a department store.
The thinking man's tool - I am neat. One end is input; the other delete. What am I? Answer: A Pencil
The ages of a father and his young son add up to 55. The father's age is the son's age reversed. How old are they? Answer: 41 and 14. There is a possibility of 32 and 23, but, technically, 23 isn't all that young...
I can be written, I can be spoken, I can be exposed, I can be broken, What am I? Answer: The News
Never resting, never still. Moving silently from hill to hill. It does not walk, run or trot, All is cool where it is not. Answer: Sunlight
Often talked of, never seen, Ever coming, never been, Daily looked for, never here, Still approaching, coming near. Thousands for it's visit wait But alas for their fate, Tho' they expect me to appear, They will never find me here. What is the poem about? Answer: Tommorow...
On my way to the fair, I met seven jugglers and a bear. Every juggler had three cats, Every cat had three rats, Every rat had two mice, All the mice had nine lice, Lice, mice, rats and cats, Seven jugglers and a bear, How many in all were going to the fair? Answer: The answer was one - YOU! All the rest were coming home from the fair.
Not born, but from a Mother's body drawn, I hang until half of me is gone. I sleep in a cave until I grow old, then valued for my hardened gold. What am I? Answer: Cheese
I know what my job is, The point has been made. You say I have a big head, And you're right, I'm afraid. Put me in my place, And then leave me alone. What I need most, Is someone to drive me home. What am I? Answer: A Nail.
What force and strength cannot get through, I with a gentle touch can do. And many in the street would stand, were I not a friend at hand. What am I? Answer: A Key.
I have an eye, but can not see. You can not run or hide from me. I come from above, from the clouds, and am a danger to anything around me. I am not made by humans. What am I? Answer: A Tornado or Hurricane.
I am mostly seen outside. I stretch above you, towards the sky. I am wet, yet I am dry Can you tell me, What am I? Answer: An Umbrella.
I sizzle like bacon, I am made with an egg. I have plenty of backbone, But I lack a good leg. I peel layers like onions, But I still remain whole. I am as long as a flagpole. Yet I fit in a hole. Answer: A Snake.
Wheresoever I may be, Every man must follow me; He must go where I may lead, Though it be to change his creed. Though I vary in my size, I am still beneath your eyes; and though you may go astray, I must ever lead the way. Every creature in the land, Has me close at his command, For I lead to things unseen, By my properties so keen. Answer: A Nose.
I always fall, but I never get hurt. I can bend over backwards, but cannot break. I arrive free of charge but often leave for a fee. Answer: HAIR.
The shape of my form will waver and bend, From the things I'm destroying and the things I will rend. My color will vary from bright red and blue, The power I'm using will dictate my hue. Answer: Fire
A sparrow has fallen into a hole in a rock. The hole measures three inches in diameter and is three feet deep. Due to the depth of the hole, the sparrow cannot be reached by hand. We cannot use sticks or canes, because we would hurt the bird. How can we get the bird out? Answer: By gradually pouring sand into the hole. The bird will keep moving so that it is not buried in the sand, forcing it higher until it comes out.
What is too much for one, enough for two, and nothing at all for three? Answer: A secret.
Three friends went out for drinks. The waiter brought them a check for $30, so each one of them paid $10. When the waiter took the cash, he realized he had made a mistake, and the check was for $25 instead. When he gave their change back, each friend got a dollar and they left the remaining two dollars as a tip. Therefore, each customer paid $9; multiplied by 3 this equals $27; plus $2 for the tip equals $29. Where is the remaining dollar? Answer: The trick is the $2 the waiter keeps. The $3 refunded tells you each paid $9 but you don't add it to the $25 (they got it back remember) you add the $2 they didn't get back which equals $27 (+$3 refund = $30).
The more you take away from it, the larger it gets. What is it? Answer: A Hole. This is a riddle from Ben Franklin.
A father and son are out for a drive one day and get into a very bad wreck. The father dies and the son is barely alive. The boy is rushed to the emergency room and the doctor prepares to operate. The doctor, upon seeing the boys face says, "I can't operate on him - HE'S MY SON!!!" How is this possible? Answer: The Doctor is the boys Mother...
The best puzzles happen in real life. Here's one for ya'... I was buying lunch one day and I gave the lady at the register $5.00. My change was $0.41. The riddle is, what is unique about $0.41? Answer: It's one coin of every denomination. One quarter, one dime, one nickel, one penny...
An animal is responsible for the sinking of a boat, yet it did not swim or fly; it fell from a tree. It's weight is not massive but moved many! What happened? Answer: The boat turned over when a snake fell from a branch as the boat went under it. The passengers ran to the back of the boat and their weight turned it...
What has four legs at dawn, two legs at noon, and three legs at dusk? Answer: Man. This is the old riddle of the Sphinx, whereas, the day is referenced to a lifetime. Crawling in the morning, standing by noon, and walking with a cane at dusk...
You've got a problem! There are two rooms, one room has three light switches all marked 1, 2, and 3. The other room has three lights, but they are not marked. That's your job, you have to figure out which switch goes to which light and the rooms are too far apart to see what happens when you flip a switch. You have an ink marker and two hours to figure it out, but there is a catch. You can only enter each room once because the door locks behind you and , no, you can't prop it open because it is an electric storm door that is over 700 lbs. in weight... Good Luck! Answer: Switch number one, you ignore and turn on switch number two for thirty minutes. Then, turn off number two and turn on number three. Go into the room with the lights. The cold dark bulb is number one. The hot dark bulb is number two and the bulb that is on is number three. Draw the numbers on the wall with the marker, dufas!
Round I start, yet no shape have I. Allow me to breathe, and my life will die. The older I grow, the more sought after I become. You will feel much better when I am done. What am I? Answer: A bottle of fine wine!
At a recent visit to the reptile house at the local zoo, I counted a total of 27 heads and 70 feet. I was counting snakes, lizards, and people. I know that there were exactly twice as many lizards as people. How many snakes did I count? Answer: 6 snakes, 7 people, and 14 lizards.
If I'm walking, then I must be running. However if I'm running, I may be walking. What am I? Answer: A Treadmill!
A "Wise King" devised a contest to see who would receive the Princess hand in marriage. The Princess was put in a 50x50 foot carpeted room. Each of her four suitors were put in one corner of the room with a small box to stand on. The first one to touch the Princess hand would be the winner and become the new King. The rules of the test were that the contestants could not walk over the carpet, cross the plane of the carpet, or hang from anything; nor could they use anything but their body and wits (i.e. no magic or telepathy, nor any items such as ladders, block and tackles etc). One suitor figured out a way and married the Princess and became the new King. How did he figure it out? Answer: The successful suitor simply asked the Princess to walk over to where he stood and touch "his hand!"
Name an eight letter word that has "kst" in the middle, in the beginning, and at the end. Answer: Inkstand - kst is in th middle. "In is the beginning, and "and" ends the word.
What's HI in the middle and round on both ends? Answer:Ohio
I always point in the right direction. My instructions are written in black and white. Disobey me and pay the consequences. I will never say more than two words at a time. What am I? Answer:A "One Way" sign!
A little pool with two layers of wall around it. One white and soft and the other dark and hard, amidst a light brown grassy lawn with an outline of a green grass. What am I? Answer:A coconut
First you through away the ouside and cook the inside then you eat the outside and through away the inside, what it is? Answer:Corn
Dead on the field lie ten soldiers in white, felled by three eyes, black as night. What's going on here? Answer:A strike was thrown in 10 pin bowling.
I am the only thing that always tells the truth. I show off everything that I see. I come in all shapes and sizes. So tell me what I must be! Answer:A Mirror
There are four "common" English words that end in "dous". Two are positive: tremendous, stupendous and two are negative: horrendous, ? What is the fourth word? Answer:Hazardous. YES...there are many, many more. However... "common" is the key word in this riddle, meaning you may use them at least once in your lifetime.
Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon, and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town? Answer:He took 3 melons to town.
Four couples are going to the movies. Each row holds eight seats. Betty and Jim don't want to sit next to Alice and Tom, and Alice and Tom don't want to sit next to Gertrude and Bill. On the other hand, Sally and Bob don't want to sit next to Betty and Jim. How can the couples arrange themselves so that they all sit where they would like? Answer:Alice & Tom, Sally & Bob, Gertrude & Bill, Betty & Jim
As Earth I am, easy to be be found. Buy by the light and heat I am made whole and some round. I can carry, I can pour, I can render, I can can sore. Strength have I in many forms, but many more shatter, falling open arms. What am I? Answer: Glass.
Four quarters, ten dimes or twenty nickels all have this power. What? Answer: To make a dollar.
What does someone you meet have in common with a calendar and dried fruit? Answer: They are all dates...
Days, Continents and Seas - what do they have in common? Answer: There are seven (7) of them.
What do Thunderbird, Mustang and Cindy Crawford all have in common? Answer: They are all FORD models...
Jokes, safes and whips all have this in common. What? Answer: They can all be cracked.
French Fries, Couches, and Farmers have this in common. What? Answer: Potatoes
Broken, drinking and looking are all forms or what? Answer: Glass
Kitchen, Brain, and Oil: What do they have in common? Answer: They are all types of Pans.
Richard's Favorite: Lazy, Black, Cock: What do they have in common? Answer: They are all types of eyes...

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