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How many times can you subtract the number 5 from the number 25?
What's special about the following sequence of numbers: 8 5 4 9 1 7 6 10 3 2 0?
What has been around for millions of years, yet is only a month old?
What man has married many women, yet stays a bachelor?
What gets wet while drying?
Did you hear about the lucky fisherman?
Why is there always a Bible in a courtroom?
What did Benjamin Franklin say when he discovered electricity?
What do wicked chickens lay?
What kind of whale flies?
What starts with a T, ends with a T, and is full of tea?
What has a mouth and a fork, but never eats?
How do we know that owls are smarter than chickens?
What happened to the Indian that had too much tea to drink one night?
What do you call an empty skull?
What do you call a jail for smart people?
What do you get when you cross a dog with a daisy?
What do you get if you cross a Hawaiian dancer with an Indian brave?
Why shouldn't you throw plastic bags into the swamps in Louisiana?
What game did the cat want to play with the mouse?
What would a barefoot man get if he steps on an electric wire?
What can rabbits have that no other animal can have?
Why were they called the Dark Ages?
What's a tailor's motto?
What's a turtle's motto?
What's a fish's motto?
Which drink is found in the alphabet?
Why can't baseball pitchers make decisions?
What birth name led this man into crime?
What do you call a Spanish woman having a meal in a restaurant?
What do you call a woman having a meal in a restaurant?
What do you call a man with loads of money?
What do you call a brother and sister who like to build things across rivers?
What do you call a girl who lives in a pond?
What do you call a girl with lots of suitcases?
What do you call a girl who never stands up straight?
What do you call a man who lies in front of your door all day?
What do you call a man who doesn't sink?
What do you call the British man who invented the toilet?
What do you call a girl who has her own car?
What do you call a 350 pound sumo wrestler?
What do you call a man with a cable coming out of his ear?
What do you call a superhero who looks after books?
What do you call a man who does odd jobs and lives just around the corner?
What do you call a woman who hates butter?
What do you call a man who goes fishing every weekend?
What do you call a woman who works for a lawyer?
What do you call a man who does everything at top speed?
What do you call a dog that lives near the equator?
Where do customers trade merchandise?
What is a fat hippie?
Why are people always tired on the first of April?
How fast does light travel?
What kind of car is good for people who can't remember the words?
What girl collects money for the needy?
What did Spiderman do when he borrowed the Batmobile?
How many Harvard grads does it take to change a lightbulb?
Did you hear about the man who tried to blow up a bus?
How can you keep a barking dog quiet?
How do you hit slime?
What do comedians fill their cars with?
What did Little Johnny answer to the teacher's question: "If can't is short for cannot, what is don't short for?"
How did they say good-bye on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show"?
How do they say good-bye in Canada?
How do they say good-bye using the alphabet?
How do they say good-bye in England?
Why did the cannibal feel sick every time he ate a missionary?
Why shouldn't you insult a cat lover?
What kind of dancing do crash dummies enjoy?
What's the best way to carve wood?
What's the best way to avoid fallen arches?
Why is bread full of holes?
When things seem to go wrong, what can you always count on?
What word contains all of the twenty six letters?
What coat is put on only when it is wet?
A man was found dead in a field of snow. The only tracks that were left were a set of footprints between two parallel lines. Who should the police be looking for?
Which clock works best - the one that loses a minute a day, or the one that doesn't work at all?
What do you call a greasy pachyderm?
My second is performed by my first, and, it is thought, a thief by the marks of my whole might be caught. What am I?
Will Smith gives someone a dollar. Will is this person's brother, but the person is not Will's brother. How can that be?
The sun bakes them, the hand breaks them, the foot treads on them, and the mouth tastes them. What are they?
I am 1, but not 2. I am 3, but not 4. Whenever I am dancing, one will be on the sidelines. I like to play leap frog on a number line. What am I?
Two boys have the same parents and were born at the same hour of the same day of the same month, but they are not twins. How can this be possible?
Why are cowboys bad at math?
Joe walks into a restaurant for lunch. He asks the waitress if she is good at solving puzzles. She replies, "I am the best." So Joe says, "I'll have sausage and noodles drenched with ice cream, hashed. And if you bring me what I really want, I'll leave you a $100 tip." A few minutes later she brought him exactly what he wanted, and he left her the large tip. What did Joe eat for lunch?
With the head of an elephant, and the tail of a monkey, my touch can be deadly if you're unlucky. I'm an excellent swimmer, but if you wet me I'll holler. And racing me would be pure folly. What am I?
What sport does a math teacher like?
What part of a fish is like the end of a book?
What word is spelled the same in English, German, French, Portuguese, and Swedish?
In his own home a man watched a woman dying but did nothing to stop her. Why not?
This word means 'solitary,' but changing its first letter becomes an exact duplicate. What is the word?
Which word in the English language becomes shorter when it is lengthened?
Does the law allow a man to marry his widow's sister?
This old one runs forever, but never moves at all. He has not lungs nor throat, but still a mighty roaring call. What is it?
Solve this Letter Equation: T the M was the T S B O M in 1998
Lighter than what I'm made of, more of me is hidden than is seen. What am I?
What ancient invention, still used in some parts of the world today, allows people to see through walls?
I have a big mouth and I am also quite loud. I am not a gossip but I do get involved with everyone's dirty business. What am I?
Often held but never touched; always wet but never rusts; often bites but seldom bit; to use me well you must have wit. What am I?
Little Nanny Etticoat in a white petticoat, and a red nose. The longer she stands, the shorter she grows. What is she?
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