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shawnr76 said:
masstroopers1 said:
1. (a)(from spouse)"Does this make me look fat?"
(b)(from supervisor)"Do you think I'm some sort of jackass?"

2. The other end of the rope isn't tied to anything.

Now, if someone would be so kind as to name the President(s) who are NOT buried in the United States...
Number 2 is correct....Number 1 is wrong!
Interesting thing about question 2. Even if the rope were secured to something, a bail 25 feet away could still be well within reach of the horse. A 15 foot rope would give the horse the ability to walk anywhere in a circle with a 30 foot diameter (asuming an open area). If the horse were on the circumference of the circle, the bail could be placed on the circumference of the circle at a point up to 30 feet away. Perhaps for the sake of creating a brain teaser where only your desired answer is correct, you should either shorten the rope or place the bail farther than 30 feet from the horse!
:p :p :p

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fscpd907 said:

What falls but never breaks ?
What breaks but never falls ?

A woman has 7 children half of them are boys. How is this possible ?

What are the only two states that have their state name in their capital ?

Night falls and never breaks, day breaks and never falls

All the children are boys

Oklahoma and Indiana

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shawnr76 said:

Answer is....Are you sleeping? Are you Dead?

Next ones will be better.....
This one doesn't quite make sense to me. The question is "What are the only two questions you will NEVER be able to answer?"

So long as I'm alive and awake, the answer will be "NO". However, one can never answer these questions in the affirmative!

This is FUN - Keep 'm' Coming!!!!

:D :D :D

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shawnr76 said:
Some more for you all.....

1. There is one that has a head without an eye,
And there's one that has an eye without a head.
You may find the answer if you try;
And when all is said,
Half the answer hangs upon a thread

2. What we caught we threw away;
what we didn't catch, we kept.

3. Never speaking, still awake,
Pleasing most when most I speak,
The Delight of old and young,
Tho' I speak without a Tongue.
Nought but one Thing can confound me,
Many Voices joining round me;
Then I fret, and rave and gabble,
Like the Labourers of Babel.
Now I am a Dog, or Cow,
I can bark, or I can low,
I can bleat, or I can sing,
Like the Warblers of the Spring.
Let the Love-sick Bard complain,
And I mourn the cruel Pain;
Let the happy Swain rejoice,
And I join my helping Voice;
Both are welcome, Grief or Joy,
I with either sport and toy.
Tho' a Lady, I am stout,
Drums and Trumpets bring me out;
Then I clash and roar, and rattle,
Join in all the Din of Battle.
Jove, with all his loudest Thunder,
When I'm vext, can't keep me under;
Yet so tender is my Ear,
That the lowest Voice I fear;
Much I dread the Courtier's Fate,
When his Merit's out of Date,
For I hate a silent Breath,
And a Whisper is my Death.

Good Luck
1) Pins and needles

2) Not a clue

3) I'm not gonna give the answer, but I'll drop a huge HINT...hint.... hint... hint
:sly: :wink: :p
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