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Not So Hard Riddles! part 2

What sits in a corner while traveling all around the world?

 

What question can a person ask all day long, getting a different answer each time, and yet all the answers were correct.

 

What runs all day, but never walks
Often murmurs, never talks
Has a bed, but never sleeps
Has a mouth, but never eats?

 

If a father bull drinks 4 gallons of water a day and a baby bull drinks 2 gallons of water, how many gallons of water does a mother bull drink a day?

 

You come into a room with a table, chairs, and fifty-three Bicycles lying around. A man in the room is being accused of something. What is it?

 

What three word phrase describes the following:
Einstein
Edison
Newton

 

I have a face, two arms, and two hands, yet I can not move. I count to twelve, yet I can not speak. I can still tell you something everyday.

 

You enter a dark room. You have only one match. There is an oil lamp, a furnace, and a stove in the room. Which would you light first?

 

What time is it when Sir Lancelot looks at his belly button?

 

What do you call a boomerang that doesn't work?

 

Buckets, barrels, baskets, cans; What must you fill with empty hands?

 

What do you get when you cross a banana peel with a computer?

 

A barrel of rainwater weighs twenty pounds. What must you add to make it weigh fifteen?

 

Pull one out and scratch my head. What once was red is black instead. What am I?

 

What is round on both ends and HI in the middle?

 

Jack and Jill were found gasping for breath, lying in a puddle of water with broken glass all around. What happened?

 

Hank is at work. He goes off to his right. Then he goes off to his left three times and passes a man in a mask. What is Hank's occupation?

 

A man turned out all the lights and went to bed. He woke up, saw something on the news and became very upset with himself. Why?

 

What did the ocean say to the sea?

 

Give me a quick "off-the-top-of-your-head" answer to this:
How many second's are there in a calendar year?

 

What did one math book say to the other math book?

 

Tommy's mom has three sons. The youngest son is named "Nickel". The middle son is named "Dime". What is the name of the oldest son?

 

Three people are standing under an umbrella looking at a hole in the center of it. Which one(s) is getting wet?

 

What needs an answer, but doesn't ask a question?

 

Why did the farmer feed his cow money?

 

Why was 6 afraid of 7?

 

Why did the elephant cross the road?

 

What goes up and down, but never moves?

 

Why did the little boy name his dog "Computer"?

 

 

What do you call a dog that is left-handed?

 

What vegetable goes in a cake that you bake for Lassie?

 

What do you call a cat that sucks on lemons?

 

What do you call a cat that lives in the desert?

 

What can be as big as a horse, but weighs nothing?

 

What disease did the cowboy get after trying to break his horse?

 

What do cats like to eat on a hot day?

 

jumping frog 

What do you get when you cross a frog and a hare?

 

How did the mouse feel after the cat chased it through a screen door?


 two snakes kissing 
How do snakes end a fight?


Why did the hawk cross the road?


Three men were fishing. The boat flipped over and the three men fell into the water. Two of the men got their hair wet. Why didn't the third man's hair get wet?


What do you get when you pour warm water down a rabbit hole?


Why did the cow have a bad temper?

 

Why would a dog wear a clock around his neck?

 

A father and a son got into a car accident. The father went home to rest. The son was taken to the hospital for minor surgery. The doctor came in and said: "I shouldn't do any surgery on this boy because he's my son." How can that be?

 

A man rode into town on Tuesday and stayed in a hotel and two nights later he rode home on Tuesday. How is this possible?

 

What does a cat have that no other animals have?

 

Ten copy cats were sitting in a boat. One jumped out. How many were left?

 

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