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So, there was a thread on here a while back dedicated to riddles. Thaboss hasn't seen any new thread recently, so he's decided to start his own. Feel free to post and respond to any riddles.
Here's a classic one.
Bob hates his job. One day, while Bob is working on the 34th floor of an office building, he decides he's fed up with it. He rips open a window, and jumps through it. Although Bob is on the 34th floor, and there was nothing to stop, slow down, or cushion his fall, when he landed, he was perfectly fine. How?
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No, you don't. Anyone can post a riddle, not just the person who got it right. And MattEmAngel got it right also.
MattEmAngel did have a much more in-depth and thought out answer.
You joking. The awesome guy called Leo is a story about a courageous generous awesome person.
Your answer is about number 23. -_-
Well if no one posts a riddle I'll try and find one but I prefer figuring them out more.
Sorry, I've heard this one before. Do you still want me to post the answer?
Also, I am guaranteeing I somehow got ninja'd on this post. Why is this thread so popular? >
Here's a fun riddle.
Three brothers share a family sport;
A non-stop marathon,
The oldest one is fat and short,
And trudges slowly on.
The middle brother's tall and slim,
And keeps a steady pace.
The youngest runs just like the wind,
A-speeding through the race.
"He's young in years, we let him run,"
The other brothers say.
"Cause though he's surely number one,
He's second in a way."
Hands of a clock (hour,minute,second
Are we supposed to take this literally or is it representing something?
I'm not making that eagle riddle mistake again. >
i got litlle easy riddle
It can flow,freeze and melt waht is it?
Vungi is correct. And a good tip for riddles. NEVER take something literally. Unless it's one of those riddles where you have to take it literally. Then you can.
Water? That seems a little bit too obvious though...
yeah you're right
Close, but they can't have a "retty good guess." has to be 100% certain. That's where the counter comes in. The one special person.
Here's a riddle.
You are an employer. You have to pay your employee 1/7 of a gold brick each day. The employee must be payed at the end of each day. What is the minimum amount of cuts you can make into a full gold brick to satisfy these conditions? (Please explain your answer)
I got hard one
two brothers watch eachohter eyes, never get together
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