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Why can't Kevin Laroche, who is now living in Canada, not be buried in the USA?
David was out for a walk when it started to rain. He did not have an umbrella and he wasn't wearing a hat. His clothes were soaked, yet not a single hair on his head got wet. How could this happen?
How can you physically stand behind your friend as he physically stands behind you?
A horse is tied to a five meter rope in front of an old saloon. Six meters behind the horse is a bale of hay. Without breaking his rope, the horse is able to eat the hay whenever he chooses. How is this possible?
A man has a goat, a wolf, and a head of cabbage. He comes to a river that has no bridge, but a small boat to cross the river. The boat can hold only one of the three things he has. If he takes over the wolf first, the goat will eat the cabbage. If he take over the cabbage first, the wolf will eat the goat. How does he solve the problem?
Mountains will crumble and temples will fall, and no man can survive its endless call. What is it?
Foward I am heavy, but backward I am not. What am I?
I'm named after nothing, though I'm awfully clamorous. And when I'm not working, your house is less glamorous. What am I?
A sign on the barbers door says 'I shave only those who do not shave themselves'. Does the barber shave himself?
You can see me. You can feel me. If you touch me, you will die. What am I?
A man lives on the 45th floor of an apartment building. On rainy days, he takes the elevator to and from his apartment, but on sunny days, he will take the elevator from his apartment to the lobby but walks up the 45 flights of stairs when he returns home. Why doesn't he just take the elevator all the time?
He has one and a person has two, a citizen has three and a human being has four, a personality has five and an inhabitant of earth has six. What am I?
It has no top or bottom but it can hold flesh, bones and blood all at the same time. What is this object?
The king dies and two men, the true heir and an impostor, both claim to be his long-lost son. Both fit the description of the rightful heir: about the right age, height, coloring and general appearance. Finally, one of the elders proposes a test to identify the true heir. One man agrees to the test while the other flatly re-fuses. The one who agreed is immediately sent on his way, and the one who re-fused is correctly identified as the rightful heir. Can you figure out why?
Gaze at this sentence for just about sixty seconds and then explain what makes it quite different from the average sentence. Quick! What is it?