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Title: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 03 June 2007, 10:17:58
Ok, I want to be challenged by brainteasers and such so I made this. Ok, I'll start off with a humorous one. Please don't tell the answer until a few people try.

What do Choclate, Coffee, and Men have in common? (no peeking on the RPG board)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 03 June 2007, 10:33:55
Well...this is just a guess, but ideally they should all be hot, sweet and rich?  :D

Alysse



Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 03 June 2007, 12:07:13
Hmm.. I would say thats a deluxe answer so thats right. Now I have a new twistr to add to it. It was originally just rich.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 03 June 2007, 15:00:07
Okay, my turn.

This is a riddle I heard years ago ad a child and it appealed to me then, so I memorized it.

Can you guess?

John gave his brother James a box,
About it there were many locks.
James rose and said it gave him pain,
So he gave it back to John again.
This box was not with lid supplied,
Yet caused two lids to open wide.
And all these locks had never a key...
What kind of box then, could it be?



Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 03 June 2007, 20:23:57
I know, I know!  (jumps up and down) Pick me!  Pick me!  (waves hand frantically)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 03 June 2007, 20:40:58
Hmmm... Still wondering about that one...  :noidea:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 03 June 2007, 22:46:53
All right...so anyone ELSE besides Miss Granger? (gives Bard a Severus Snape look)

Oops, wrong fantasy universe!  :D


Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 03 June 2007, 23:34:55
Ummm.. I have an answer, I think. :undecided:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 04 June 2007, 01:03:55
Okay, a hint.

Think of "brotherly love". (giggles)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 04 June 2007, 01:14:53
Hmm.. that omitts my answer.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 04 June 2007, 01:27:56
Hmmm... does it have anything to do with boxing perhaps?  :huh: But "box" can't be used as a substantive for a blow - or can it? The locks are also dubious in that context.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alassiel Telrúnya on 04 June 2007, 01:53:29
Oh. My. Gosh. Artimidor, I think that's the answer! Boxing! As for the locks, I think there's something called a headlock or bodylock or something like that. And the two lids are eye lids widening!

I've never heard this riddle before, by the way. That's a cool riddle. Gotta memorize it sometime. The box is a punch! No "brotherly love" was lost between them, I suppose. *giggles*


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 04 June 2007, 02:00:55
Ah, yes, indeed... "Lock" is fighting terminology alright :) Teee-heee, got it!  :grin:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 04 June 2007, 02:52:41
Creative guessing, here!  :thumbup:

That is the general idea--but locks actually refers to locks of hair, thus:

As curly haired James lay sleeping in bed,
His brother John gave him a box on the head.
James awoke and spying his brother,
Doubled his fists and gave him another.


I believe it was originally penned by Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland  for those who don't know), but I could be wrong.

Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 04 June 2007, 04:24:07
Ok, here's two simpler death riddles.

1. A man lay dead in the desert. He had broken ribs, and was wearing a back pack. He had ddied two months ago. Yet nobody passed through the desert in three months. How did he die?

2. A man goes to use the restroom. After he goes out, back to bed he turns off the light. The next day many people die. The man that used the restroom then kills himself, for he caused the deaths. How did he do this.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 04 June 2007, 05:09:59
The backpack was a parachute that didn't work.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 04 June 2007, 07:33:28
I've heard the first one but not the second one.  Hmmm...

Was the second man by any chance on a train?  And the people died by accidentally walking off the train because they couldn't see the right door with the lights out?


Alysse


I love logic puzzles and riddles!


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 04 June 2007, 12:16:59
Nope! Hint, these things are kinda old.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 04 June 2007, 15:19:55
On number 2, is the light like a fire and that is the only source of heat they have so the people die because of the bitter cold. Just a guess.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 04 June 2007, 16:01:03
The first one was beamed down from a Star Trek spaceship... He didn't cross the desert therefore, but while teleporting something went wrong with the teleporter and he broke his back. They were unable to repair it (no Scotty on board obviously, he'd have done that in five minutes!), so he met his fate there... :evil:

P.S. He wore a red t-shirt (=sure death if you know the Star Trek universe a bit)...  :grin:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 04 June 2007, 21:40:08
ART!  :lol:

Hmm, very curious.

So the man didn't fall out of a plane with a malfunctioning parachute?  'Cause that's the version I heard, same as Mira.  Or were you only saying No to my guess about the train?

Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 04 June 2007, 22:44:13
@Letitia, hmm kinda close as it does deal with light. But not it. :grin:

@Arti, a very curious answer indeed, I'll have to remember that

@Alysse, you already got the first one I was replying about the train answer.

Lets see if you can ever figure out the second one. :evil:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 00:17:49
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2. A man goes to use the restroom. After he goes out, back to bed he turns off the light. The next day many people die. The man that used the restroom then kills himself, for he caused the deaths. How did he do this.

The man was the a lighthouse watcher/warden. When he turnt off the light it was the lighthouse light. A ship sunk and he commited suicide as he was responsible for the deaths. The restroom ancedote is irrelevant.

That'd be my take on it. ;)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 05 June 2007, 00:31:02
Hmm... Sounds plausible - the restroom/light thing is basically for distraction then in order to make it look quite ordinary. But people die on "the next day", right? - Would still be in the night then when a ship shipwrecks.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 05 June 2007, 00:33:01
Unless he turned off the light before midnight and the ship wrecked after midnight. Theorethically that's the 'next day', although it's not night.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 02:37:19
Yup, the "next day" just wants to mislead one in thinking it was daylight, however he went asleep and one usually sleeps through the day change meaning the ship can wreck very well the nect day while it's still dark.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 02:40:55
Okay here is a riddle I heard a few years ago.

A woman drops her husband off at the train station for him to catch the 7:30 am train from Birmingham to London, she kissed him goodbye and went home. Later that day she was watching a TV program and there was a report that the 7:30 am train from Birmingham to London had been bombed yet she did not panic at all. Why was she not afraid for her husband’s life?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alassiel Telrúnya on 05 June 2007, 02:47:45
Um, does it have something to do with 7.30 am and 7.30 pm?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 02:55:42
Oh no I knew I was missing something sorry about that, the answer is not meant to be anything to do with that, that was my own little error. :buck: I am so sorry, well thank you for noticing that you are better at this than me. Well you can still take another look, see if you can spot what is meant to be the proper answer this time. :rolleyes:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 05 June 2007, 02:58:40
Suggestion: She wanted to get rid of him anyway...  :evil:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 03:03:15
Could be, but then wouldn't she be jumpping up and down with joy, but unfortunately that is not the answer because I am pretty sure there marrage is still stable. But good answer anyway. :grin:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 05 June 2007, 03:09:56
She dropped him off to late :P


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 03:15:58
When are us women ever late :rolleyes:. Sorry that is not the correct answer, when I said she dropped him of for the 7:30am train, he did get that train.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Mina on 05 June 2007, 03:46:48
Hmm... maybe he was the one who bombed the train?  Or there was more than one train which fit the description "7:30 am train from Birmingham to London", and he wasn't on the one that got bombed? 


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alassiel Telrúnya on 05 June 2007, 03:52:18
Or was it on a different day?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 05 June 2007, 03:56:54
The report said that there were no fatalities?  Her husband was shown on TV as a survivor?


Alysse


(BTW, about the "light" riddle, was the lighthouse guess the right answer?)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 04:33:30
Mina her husband did not bomb the train and there was only one train going from Birmingham to London at 7:30.

Alassiel, I did say it was later that day she saw the incident on the news.

Alysse, even if there were no fatalities I think you would still be quite worried if your husband was on the train.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 04:38:43
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Later that day she was watching a TV program and there was a report that the 7:30 am train from Birmingham to London had been bombed yet she did not panic at all. Why was she not afraid for her husband’s life?

Alassiel's and Alysse's guesses sound good but it seems a bit of a stretch she didn't panic if the bomb was acvtual in the train of her husband. Why was she watching "a TV program", why does it not say the news? Also "had been bombed" could mean it happen sometime in the past. Did she watch a documentary about some past event as Alassiel suggested?

ups. Still the answer would make sense within the bounds of the wording. ;)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 05 June 2007, 04:38:58
Her husband was the reporter/newsprogram guy on tv.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 04:44:36
Miraran, her husband was not a reporter because he was on a train.

Rakshiri, you know when you are watching TV and when there is some important news they will interupt a program to report it, that is what happened you are actually close about it being in the past but you have not quite got it yet.

Tip: Think why I said she was watching a "TV program" rather than simply saying she was watching TV.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 04:48:50
She was watching a movie that just happened to have a news report about a train bombing in it with the train being the same one as the one her husband took?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 04:55:03
You are getting so close, although if she was watching a movie then that would not be watching a "TV program" would it, the bombing actually did happen.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 05 June 2007, 05:03:19
Could the "TV program" be interpreted as a "TV Guide" she was reading, and it said that there will be a program about a bombing that happened at some time in the past, say, she read about a documentary on that incident?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 05:14:54
I think I have a language barrier about the meaning of "TV program". Was she watching a TV program on tape which she recorded in the past and which had the news report cut in?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 05 June 2007, 05:25:26
Rakshiri, yes you have got it, she was watching a take recorded at some point in the past that was interrupted by a news report of the bombing on the train at 7:30 am from Birmingham to London.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 05 June 2007, 05:29:02
Yes, the lighthouse for my riddle is right! :grin:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 06:00:20
yay! :grin:

a shot by me, kinda like it:
There are four brothers in this world that were all born together. The first runs and never wearies. The second eats and is never full. The third drinks and is always thirsty. The fourth sings a song that is never good.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 05 June 2007, 09:38:46


Hmm...

Is the first brother Time?  Maybe the second Famine?  I'm not too sure about the third, but perhaps the fourth is Death?

Sounds a bit like the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse  (yes,  I KNOW Time isn't one)

Am I on the right track here, or totally off base, Rakshiri?

Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 05 June 2007, 16:39:55
Your thought goes into the right direction but it has nothing to do with Christian concepts.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 05 June 2007, 22:02:45
This seems to remind me of a book I read as a child. Would they happen to be chinese brothers, Yin and Yang paired with Time and Famine. Oh well, thats my guess.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 06 June 2007, 00:33:56
I have known the answers.. *imitates Dak'kon* but it has come to pass I no longer knew the words you seek...


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 06 June 2007, 00:53:51
It's definitely time related then I'd say... And the verbs are probably more metaphorical than literal.

The first might be the Present, the second might be the Past? The third the Future? And then we have a singer as well that is no good... :lol:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 06 June 2007, 01:45:42
Water alwasy runs, yet never wearies.. Fire always eats but is never full.

then Earth could drink, and Wind could sing.. but that doesn't make much sense..


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 06 June 2007, 01:53:50
Actually I think that does make a lot of sense earth, wind, fire and water, they are the elements, not as in periodic table elements obviously, but you know the elements of the world.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 06 June 2007, 01:54:45
Thats why i tried to fit them in.. we need a set of four concepts that express the properties of the brothers..


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 06 June 2007, 03:21:08
The four elements is the right answer.

I find it a rather nice description of the four elements.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 06 June 2007, 03:29:34
Well, and it does make some sense that Earth drinks and is always thirsty. That the wind sings is definitely very true - it just doesn't sing a song we are used to, Mira :)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 06 June 2007, 03:32:33
It says that the song isn't good. ;)

Another one, maybe a little old:
"If you have it, you want to share it, if you share it you don't have it."


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 06 June 2007, 03:36:57
Time?




Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 06 June 2007, 10:47:31
A secret....


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 06 June 2007, 18:31:58
you are right, Judith.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 06 June 2007, 21:49:31
Ok, this is a obvious one.

A man goes to a train station on Friday, he is then taken somewhere else and stayed there three days, he then got back on Friday also. How is this possible?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Kelancey the Green on 06 June 2007, 21:52:11
  Haha, this is a clever one, Aurora!  Is the train station named Friday?  I don't know, that's my best guess.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 06 June 2007, 21:54:27
Your on the right track( :rolling: ha ha track get it?) ;)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Clurion on 06 June 2007, 22:46:43
Ok, this is a obvious one.

A man goes to a train station on Friday, he is then taken somewhere else and stayed there three days, he then got back on Friday(a horses name) also. How is this possible?

This is right, isn't it?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 07 June 2007, 00:58:54
Thats the answer i know as well.. of course there might be more options..


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 10 June 2007, 11:18:38
So...any more riddles?


Here's a simple one while we're waiting for some harder puzzlers:


One man married over twenty women--yet he was not a bigamist, he did not get divorced, and none of the women died.  How did he do this?


Alysse



Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 10 June 2007, 15:42:02
A few more oldies: 

 "Brothers and sisters, have I none, but that man's father is my father's son."

Little Miss Etticoat,
In a white petticoat,
And with a red nose.
The longer she stands,
The shorter she grows.


And a good one for Santharia:

I have a heart that never beats,
I have a home but I never sleep.
I can take a man's house and build another's,
And I love to play games with my many brothers.
I am a king among fools.
Who am I?








Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Mina on 10 June 2007, 16:51:31
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One man married over twenty women--yet he was not a bigamist, he did not get divorced, and none of the women died.  How did he do this?
Um...because marrying over twenty people is not technically bigamy?  I'm not sure. 

Quote
"Brothers and sisters, have I none, but that man's father is my father's son."
I think he's referring to himself, though using 'that' in this case is rather weird. 


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Letitia De Lockhart on 10 June 2007, 17:41:21
For Alysse question, was the man who married over twenty women a priest?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 10 June 2007, 18:12:39
Little Miss Etticoat is a candle.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 10 June 2007, 23:10:37
Yup, the 'marrying man' is a pastor/priest.

Miss Etticoat is indeed a candle!

And the brotherless man is pointing to a picture of himself or into a mirror....


The 'Friday' one is cute - it reminds me of an old joke we used to tell each other - though with that hint you'll probably guess right away.  Alysse, I know you know this one, so don't say anything!

"There once was a race horse of great fame,
What do you think was the horse's name!"



Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Drúadan on 10 June 2007, 23:21:17
Quote
I have a heart that never beats,
I have a home but I never sleep.
I can take a man's house and build another's,
And I love to play games with my many brothers.
I am a king among fools.
Who am I?

I got it!(I think)
The King of Hearts in a deck of cards?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 11 June 2007, 00:16:18
It's not a question at all is it Judy?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 11 June 2007, 02:10:01
strange name, 'What do you think'

Reminds me of the one we asked about a chinese man, which is kind of hard to translate into english. The dutch version is 'Hoe lang is een Chinees'. It's difficult to translate, because 'How tall is a chinese man' doesn't sound chinese *grins* and 'how long is...' isn't really the right question, at least that's what I remember from my grammar courses.

Here's one that undoubtedly many of you have heard already, but nobody has typed yet.

The beginning of eternity
the end of time and space
the beginning of all end
and the end of every place.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 11 June 2007, 02:27:14
Oh, yes, I know that one (grins)

The letter "e".

Yes, priest (or minister, or other reverend authority) is right for my riddle.

More, more!


Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 11 June 2007, 08:36:34
Dru and Mira - both right!   Well done!



Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 11 June 2007, 15:53:41
Most riddles I know are in Dutch, and most of them only work in dutch too. But maybe I can translate some...

What's red and it flies around the church?

What's white and it runs through the desert?

What's red and it goes up and down?

What's yellow, it flies through the sky and it weighs 50 kilos?

The next three questions belong together:

What's one elephant in a tree?
What's two elephants in a tree?
What's three elephants in a tree?

I used to know a bunch of these. I hope they're also funny in English :p


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Coren FrozenZephyr on 11 June 2007, 17:09:50
Quote
"If you have it, you want to share it, if you share it you don't have it."
(Rakshiri)

Is that a 'secret'?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 11 June 2007, 21:17:37
@Coren: It's a secret


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Coren FrozenZephyr on 11 June 2007, 21:26:53
Lol.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 11 June 2007, 21:46:53
I think I know number four of Irid's....  :)


A giant winged banana!




And Irid, how do you get four elephants into a Volkswagen Beetle?



Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 12 June 2007, 03:23:15


Okay, kind of a snarky guess for Irid's first riddle:

A (red) hot rumour?


All right, I just couldn't resist that.  Sorry (but not very)  :D

Alysse


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 12 June 2007, 15:33:37
Sorry, neither of you are correct. Judith's answer was absurd enough to be possible, but it's even absurder *grins*

And I don't know the one to Judith's riddle :p


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Decipher Ziron on 13 June 2007, 02:08:44
@Judith's Elephant: Two in the front, Two in the back?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Decipher Ziron on 13 June 2007, 02:11:02
What about this one:

The man who makes it doesn't want it, The man who buys it doesn't need and The man who uses it doesn't know it?

:grin:

Decipher


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Aurora Damall on 13 June 2007, 06:32:26
A coffin maybe? :grin:


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 13 June 2007, 09:19:43
Deci is right about the elephants in the Volkswagen!  Aurora, you've nailed the coffin (sorry, couldn't resist) riddle.

Another try at some of  Irid's:


What is yellow, 50 kilos, and flies through the sky?              Dumbo the elephant with a raincoat on!
What is red and flies around the church?                           A pigeon with a bad sunburn!
What is red and goes up and down?                                 An embarrassed yoyo!
What is white and runs through the desert?                      A melting snowman!




Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 13 June 2007, 19:49:17
Nope, sorry. They could be the answer though, as I said, they're absurd enough... If you want me to give the answer to one of them, so you can still try to answer the rest, just tell me :)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Alysse the Likely on 13 June 2007, 21:48:03
Yes, give us one!

Or maybe just some hints?

pretty please...


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Bard Judith on 14 June 2007, 00:52:26
(pouts)

fine, a hint...


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Decipher Ziron on 14 June 2007, 02:48:05
Yes Aurora...Correct


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 14 June 2007, 04:20:17
Well the answer to the first one is 'Jesus in his new Porsche'. The others don't have anything to do with religion though, so that doesn't really help much ;)

(PS: no intent to insult anybody who is a practicing Catholic. I'm a catholic myself, even if I'm not practicing it. It's just a joke :))


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Artimidor Federkiel on 14 June 2007, 04:31:37
Well, but Judy has already guessed that it borders on absurdity... :lol: Still I wonder why a Porsche can fly... - or does Jesus provide the necessary "elevation"?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Marvin Cerambit on 14 June 2007, 16:30:47
What's white and it runs through the desert?
A horde of yoghurt.

The rest I either don't remember the answer or never knew it. I know dozens of similar jokes though. I once knew enough of them to be able to fill up half an hour or so without stopping :)

Other examples:
What's yellow and becomes red when you push the button?
What's yellow and becomes and stays yellow when you push the button?


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Rakshiri on 14 June 2007, 22:37:32
Though technically these are not really riddles but more akin to jokes as they do not lead to a rational solution of it.

They are absurd and funny though!  :D


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Irid alMenie on 15 June 2007, 19:17:28
Marvin is right! Many Belgians know a bunch of these jokes and the white through the desert one is kind of a classic. I don't know the ones you asked though, Marv...

There's one that belongs with the one Marv answered: What is green and runs through the desert?

Arti: yes, Jesus provides the necessary elevation :)


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Marvin Cerambit on 15 June 2007, 19:30:57
What's yellow and becomes red when you push the button?
A chick in a blender.

What's yellow and becomes and stays yellow when you push the button?
A chick in a blender that can run really fast.


Title: Re: Riddles
Post by: Miraran Tehuriden on 15 June 2007, 21:26:01
aww.. thats just evil! Me like!

a realy bad one; Why are all hippies vegetarians?