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Ess-Jay

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Tarl wrote:

A man was found murdered on Sunday morning.
His wife immediately called the police.
The police questioned the wife and staff and got these alibis:
The Wife said she was sleeping.
The Cook was cooking breakfast.
The Gardener was picking vegetables.
The Maid was getting the mail.
The Butler was cleaning the closet.

The police instantly arrested the murdered. Who did it and how did they know?
 


The Maid is the culprit as there is no mail on Sunday.

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Ess-Jay

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Tarl wrote:

A man is 100 meters due South of a bear. He walks
100 yards due East, then faces north, fires his gun
due north, and hits the bear. What color is the bear?
 


This one had me stumped for a long time, but then the
voice of my old Geography teacher resonated through
my head...

The answer is that the bear is white as it's a Polar Bear.
He's in the North Pole as that's the only area of the
world in which all directions are South. If you look
at the directions logistically, there's no way he could
have hit the bear if he'd followed the true compass
positions given in the question.

Howzat!

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Tarl

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Nicely done ess-jay thats the right answers.

Heres a couple more for yah.

Always invisible, yet never out of sight. What are they?


I have a neck, but no head. I have two arms, but no
hands. What am I?


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

A 6-foot tall Magician had a water glass and was holding
the glass above his head. He let it drop to the carpet
without spilling a single drop of water.
How could he manage to drop the glass from a height
of six feet and not spill a drop of water?'



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cplmac

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i was thinking red from blood, but I gave your answer
much thought and I think you are right. he switched from
100 meters to 100 yards which had me thinking in the
wrong circle too.

good, bad, I'm the guy with the gun.
Cloud34

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Tarl wrote:
Nicely done ess-jay thats the right
answers.

Heres a couple more for yah.

Always invisible, yet never out of sight. What
are they?


I have a neck, but no head. I have two arms, but no hands.
What am I?


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

A 6-foot tall Magician had a water glass and was holding the
glass above his head. He let it drop to the carpet without
spilling a single drop of water.
How could he manage to drop the glass from a height of
six feet and not spill a drop of water?'



See yah in game 


The beggar is a chick, and "a water glass", probably had no
water in it as "water glass" would be what the glass is called,
the way the riddle is worded.

Not sure about the first two.
Tarl

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Aye well done cloud. Right on both of them. And yah the
first 2 can be tricky. If your at all like me I can hear a new
riddle and work on it for a day or two sometimes till I get
the awnswer.

Plus the first one is the hardest riddle I ever did. It took me
about a week to get it, but I know people who got it right
away, I guess it depends on how yah look at it.
Fire_eclipse

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Well here's one you might get a kick out of.
http://www.funnyjunk.com/pages/cat.htm

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senor_taco

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Well if there's time at work, i follow about a billion webcomics.
So anyone here ever read PVPonline or real life comics?
for the RPG fans nuklearpower.com is a must.

"Kimi no shi ni bashou wa koko da!"
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Cloud34

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senor_taco wrote:
Well if there's time at work, i follow
about a billion webcomics. So anyone here ever read
PVPonline or real life comics? for the RPG fans
nuklearpower.com is a must.  


Interestingly enough, I avoid every single thing you mentioned.
I like to acually laugh at a comic because it is funny, so I read Penny-Arcade..... and VG cats.
senor_taco

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I love VG CATS.

Ternaldo is the coolest. "I am a saavy consumer!"
that or DR Hobo... a doctor.

Here though is a link to one of my favs:

http://www.elfonlyinn.net/

so read it, and laugh, or don't.

"Kimi no shi ni bashou wa koko da!"
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PyRo

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deja_vu wrote:
Was shown this site the other day and though it was hilarious!! So thought I'd share it! The first link will take you to miscast, and the second to scary signs. There are a lot more topics, these are just the ones I've gotten to so far!! have fun!
1.
http://www.worth1000.com/cache/contest/contestcache.asp?contest_id=5262&start=1&end=10&display=photoshop#entries
2.
http://www.worth1000.com/cache/gallery/contestcache.asp?contest_id=421 




those were SO funny! loved it!

Sand worms...ya hate em right?!

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Pyramidion

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I was sent this video by a friend and thought you all
should enjoy it. It may take a little longer to download,
it's high quality so that's why but it's worth it! http://www.iwasdrunk.com/video/bear.mpg
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Ess-Jay

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Tarl wrote:

Always invisible, yet never out of sight. What are they?
 


Once again, this one took me a long time. The answer is: the letters I and S.

You have to approach it in the same way as a crossword puzzle from a broadsheet like The Daily Telegraph. If you read the first two words as 'Always IN visible' it starts to become clear.

Tarl wrote:

I have a neck, but no head. I have two arms, but no hands. What am I?
 


A sneaky little riddle this one as you don't really think of clothing as an answer. The answer is: a shirt

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cplmac

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i never really thought of shirt as having arms.

good, bad, I'm the guy with the gun.
DarkestPoet

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"Round I am, yet flat as a board, omen to the Wolfen lord."

What has a tongue, but never talks. A heel, but never walks.

"Who makes it, has no need of it.
Who buys it, has no use for it.
Who uses it can neither see nor feel it."

"I know a word of letters three.
Add two, and fewer there will be."

What is greater than god, more evil than the devil, the poor have it, the rich need it, and if you eat it you will eventually die?

And finally, my own riddle. Well, poem really, but it'll be amusing to see who can decipher it.

"Dagger frost and flaming chill,
Freezing burn and ever still,
Endless time and endless quest,
Endless run toward the chest,

Endless riches and lives are promised,
Eternal strives and rise of fists,
Crusades partaked and battles won,
For a treasure that is long gone,

Before the story the quest was told,
For a chalice, a grail of old,
Now all stories, the curtain is lift,
Now the truth, from Him a gift,

Christ's drink from here was drought,
We know this cup has long been sought,
After all this, humanity has mended,
For all the wars have long since ended."

Hint: It is ABOUT an object. Further hints may be given if you all are stumped.

(I really find it to be easy. Of course, I wrote it, so I should, but it doesn't look that hard. Oh, and there's another verse, but it has nothing to do with my riddle, so I left it out.)
 
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