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Riddles 1

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    Tricky tasks that will twist your melon!
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  • A boy and an engineer were fishing. The boy is the son of the engineer but engineer is not the father of the boy. How is that possible?
    The engineer is the boy's mother, of course!
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  • Can you connect all the dots using only straight lines, without the pen leaving the paper?
    Did they do it, or do you need me to show you how?
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  • Can you find the mistake?
    Oh, there it is!
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  • What belongs to you but is used more by others than you?
    Your name.
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  • I'm an odd number, but if you take away one letter I become even. What am I?
    Seven.
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  • Can you remove two matchsticks to make below equation correct?
    Did they do it, or do you need me to show you?
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  • Can you move (not remove) 1 matchstick to make this equation correct?
    Did they do it, or do you need me to show you?
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  • How many circles do you see in this old wooden door?
    I can show you, but you need to see it with your own eyes.
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  • I will always come but never arrive. What am I?
    Tomorrow!
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  • I'm as big as an elephant but lighter than a feather. What am I?
    The elephant's shadow
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  • How many times can you subtract 10 from 100?
    Once. After the first time, you are subtracting 10 from 90!
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  • Sam’s parents have four sons. They are Spring, Summer, and Autumn. What is the fourth son’s name?
    Sam!
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  • Can you find THE HIDDEN TIGER?
    Oh, that is a tricky tiger!
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  • Can you find the mistake?
    If it's not spelled correctly = no points!
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  • The man who makes me doesn’t use me. The man who buys me doesn’t need me. The man who uses me doesn’t know that he is using me. What am I?
    A coffin.
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  • There was an airplane crash, every single person on board died, but yet two people survived. How is this possible?
    They are married (not single)!
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  • Tom and his younger sister were fighting. Their mother was tired of the fighting and decided to punish them by making them stand on the same piece of newspaper in such a way that they couldn't touch each other. How did she accomplish this?
    Tom's mother slid a newspaper under a door, each sibling standing on each side.
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  • An electric train is moving north at 100mph and a wind is blowing to the west at 10mph. Which way does the smoke blow?
    There is no smoke with an electric train.
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  • Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday?
    Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
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  • What relation would your father's sister's sister-in-law be to you?
    Your mother.
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  • It is always pronounced wrong, by scholars and even by teachers. What is it?
    The word WRONG.
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  • A is the sister of B. B is the brother of C. C is the father of D. How is A related to D?
    A is D's aunt.
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