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Who fancies a riddle?

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Mowo thumbsup.gifthumbsup.gif

I can't give you a clue, it's a secret original.gif  : laugh.gif  tongue.gif

Very clever Do9M,

I like your style thumbsup.gif

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What has a foot on each side and one in the middle?

A. a yard stick original.gif

Dot9M

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A. a yard stick original.gif

Dot9M

An easy one but well done nonetheless.

The more of these you take, the more you will leave behind.

What are they?

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The more of these you take, the more you will leave behind.

What are they?

I got it ! Footsteps. grin2.gif

1-There is always one word pronounced incorrectly.

What is it?

2-Ladies have it first; men never have it. Alice had it once; and Gail had it last. Jane Callihan had it twice in the same place but after she married Jim Hebert, she never had it again. What is IT?

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1-There is always one word pronounced incorrectly.

What is it?

2-Ladies have it first; men never have it. Alice had it once; and Gail had it last. Jane Callihan had it twice in the same place but after she married Jim Hebert, she never had it again. What is IT?

1=incorrectly

2=the letter 'L' in their name.

Damn I'm getting good at these

(You too Do9M) thumbsup.gif

What goes around the world and stays in a corner?

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What goes around the world and stays in a corner?

A- a stamp

Q- What day is 'today'?

When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, then 'today' will be as far from Sunday as that day was which was 'today' when the day before yesterday was tomorrow.

Dot9M

Barman I'm getting mixed up between threads.

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Q- What day is 'today'?

When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, then 'today' will be as far from Sunday as that day was which was 'today' when the day before yesterday was tomorrow.

Dot9M

Barman I'm getting mixed up between threads.

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Wednesday being as far from Sunday as Thursday, today would be a Sunday

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Wednesday being as far from Sunday as Thursday, today would be a Sunday

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Barman I'm getting mixed up between threads.

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you think you're getting mixed up!! That Sunday riddle screwed with my brain wacko.gif

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Barman I'm getting mixed up between threads.

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you think you're getting mixed up!! That Sunday riddle screwed with my brain wacko.gif

I'm supposed to be working... rolleyes.gif

Question:

Are you ready for this one?

What is in the church,

but is not in the steeple;

what the pastor has,

but not the people?

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Question:

Are you ready for this one?

What is in the church,

but is not in the steeple;

what the pastor has,

but not the people?

I'm at work too, I'm just having a lazy day....

A: the letter 'R'

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A: the letter 'R'

Barman thumbsup.gif you rock!

I don't know if this is really a riddle, but...

Can you complete the triplets?

1. ___________, ___________ and Blue.

2. ___________, ___________ and Charity.

3. ___________, ___________ and Able.

4. ___________, ___________ and Roll.

5. ___________, ___________ and Wise.

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red, white

faith hope

ready willing

shake rattle

dont know wise one

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I'm going for Healthy, wealthy and wise?

ps: and well done mowo thumbsup.gif

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Two gold medals awarded to the lads from the UK. laugh.gif

1. Red, White

2. Faith, Hope

3. Ready, Willing

4. Stop, Drop

5. Healthy, Wealthy

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Cheers Do9M thumbsup.gif

I went into the woods and got it, I sat down to seek it, I brought it home with me because I couldn't find it.

What is it?

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I went into the woods and got it, I sat down to seek it, I brought it home with me because I couldn't find it.

What is it?

I got it! A splinter.

Q. You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I? original.gif

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Q. You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I?  original.gif

Dot9M

A: A telephone

Q: Why are 1990 £1 coins worth more than 1989 £1 coins?

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A: A telephone

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Q: Why are 1990 £1 coins worth more than 1989 £1 coins?

Are you sure this is a riddle? dontgetit.gif

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Are you sure this is a riddle? dontgetit.gif

Dot9M

It is sortof, depends on your definition of a riddle, i think it is...

that triple word thing wasn't but we answered that anyway so give this a go thumbsup.gif

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Q. You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I?   original.gif

Dot9M

A: A telephone

Q: Why are 1990 £1 coins worth more than 1989 £1 coins?

Because 1990x£1 = £1990

and 1989x£1 = £1989

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Q: Why are 1990 £1 coins worth more than 1989 £1 coins?

Because 1990x£1 = £1990

and 1989x£1 = £1989

Spot on Mystic Mog, well done thumbsup.gif

[EDIT:fixed quotes]

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Q: This number '8,549,176,320' is the only one of its kind, no other number is like it, what's so special about it?

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Q: This number '8,549,176,320' is the only one of its kind, no other number is like it, what's so special about it?

is it ....

eight

five

four nine

one

seven

six

three

two

zero

the numbers are listed in alphabetical order???????????

If not..... give us a clue 'cause I'm stumped

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the numbers are listed in alphabetical order???????????

If not..... give us a clue 'cause I'm stumped

And again! thumbsup.gif

MM you're a bit good at this, maybe you should post one of your own!!

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the numbers are listed in alphabetical order???????????

If not..... give us a clue 'cause I'm stumped

And again! thumbsup.gif

MM you're a bit good at this, maybe you should post one of your own!!

I'd like to, but my brain is rubbish at retaining information, so I can't actually think of any..........

I will concentrate hard and think of one.....

Get back to you later.

ta ta

Mog

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