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Includes the following:  Uncle Art's Funland III (DU)
.........................Who Am I Riddle #7 (S561b)
.........................Who Am I Riddle #6 (S552c)
.........................Who Am I Riddle #5 (S517b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #44 (S447b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #23
.........................A What Am I Riddle #22 (S264b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #21 (S263c)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #20 (S263b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #19 (S258)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #18 (S257b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #17 (S257b)
.........................A What Am I Riddle #16 (S257)
.........................Find A Word Riddle #22 (S463b)
.........................Find A Word Riddle #13
.........................Find A Word Riddle #12 (S261b)
.........................Find A 'HeHe' Word Riddle #11 (S239)
.........................Find A Word Riddle #10 (S249b)
.........................Uncle Art's Funland IV (DU)
.........................Common Phrases (S575)
.........................Common Phrases II (S603b)
.........................What Am I Doing? - Riddle (S613c)
.........................Jonathan Swift's Clever Puzzle-Poem (S616b)
.........................Nine Words (S571)
.........................Word Square (S557)
.........................Things Have In Common? (S556)
.........................What Does This Represent? (S547)
.........................What's Peculiar About This Sentence? (S546)
.........................Three Light Switches (S544)
.........................Asking To Marry A Man's Daughter (S529)
.........................Letters Of The Alphabet (S525c)
.........................Old Mother Hubbard (S524)
.........................A Family Photo Riddle (S518)
.........................A Dangerous Ride (S497b)
.........................Words With Two Meanings (S476c)
.........................Which Words Don't Belong (S462)
.........................Cliff-ese Riddles (S459b)
.........................Rearrange The Names (S446b)
.........................Uncle Art's Funland V (DU)
.........................Explain The Difference (S262b)
.........................Name Riddle
.........................Farmer Cuts Field Riddle
.........................Tractor That Can't Turn Right Riddle
.........................Up And Down Riddle (S239b)
.........................Unusual Paragraph (S239b)
.........................Day Of The Week Riddle
.........................Spelling Brandy
.........................Nationality Riddle (S247)
.........................Which Is Correct Riddle (S248)
.........................Riddle Of Famous People (S257b

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Subj:     Uncle Art's Funland III (DU)
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Subj:     Who Am I Riddle #7 (S561b)
          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/12/2007
Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

                  I am a word of 12 letters.
        My 12, 4, 7, 2, 5 is an Eastern beast of burden.
    My 1, 8, 10, 9 is a street made famous by Sinclair Lewis.
                     My 11, 3,6 is past.
   My whole is a person suffering from delusions of greatness.
                        So, who am I?

 The solution can be found by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Who Am I Riddle #6 (S552c)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 8/16/2007

 I with borrowed silver shine,
 What you see is none of mine.
 First I show you but a quarter,
 like the bow that guards the Tartar;
 Then the half, and then the whole,
 ever dancing around the pole;
 And true it is, I chiefly owe
 my beauty to the shades below.

 Who am I?

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 Answer backwards: NOOMEHT

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Subj:     Who Am I Riddle #5 (S517b)
          From: Joke-Of-The-Day-Mail.com on 12/10/2006

 Your best friend or greatest enemy, I am your greatest companion.
 I am your greatest helper or your heaviest burden.  I will push
 you onwards or drag you down to failure.  I am completely at your
 command.

 Half the things you do, you might as well turn over to me and
 I'll do them quickly and correctly.  I'm easily managed, but you
 must be firm with me.  Show me exactly how you want something
 done and, after a few lessons, I'll do it automatically.  I'm
 the servant of all great men and, alas, of all failures as well.

 Those who are great, I have made great.  Those who are failures,
 I have made failures.  I work with the precision of a scientist
 and the passion of a patriot.  You many run me for profit or
 run me for ruin; it makes no difference to me.  Take me, train
 me, be firm with me and I will put the world at your feet.  But
 be easy with me and I'll destroy you.
 

 Who am I?
 

 Answer backwards: !TIBAHMAI

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #44 (S447b)
          From: Christyscc on 8/3/2005

 I am served at a table
 In gatherings of 2 or 4
 Served small, white, and round
 You'll love some and thats part of the fun.
 What am I?

 Answer backwards: SLLABGNOPGNIP

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #23
          From: LABLaughs.com on 3/12/2002

 At the sound of me, men may dream
 Or stamp their feet
 At the sound of me, women may laugh
 Or sometimes weep

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 Music

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #22 (S264b)
         From: LABLaughs.com on 2/25/2002

 A harvest sown and reaped on the same day
 In an unplowed field,
 Which increases without growing,
 Remains whole though it is eaten
 Within and without,
 Is useless and yet
 The staple of nations.

 What am I?

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 A War

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #21 (S263c)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 2/12/2002

 I have keys
  that open no locks,
 I have space,
  but there is no room,
 You can enter,
  but you can't go in.
 and I am...

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 A computer keyboard.

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #20 (S263b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 2/10/2002

 Often held but never touched,
 always wet but never rusts,
 often bites but seldom bit,
 to use me well you must have wit.

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 A tongue

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #19 (S258)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 1/7/2002

 In marble walls as white as milk,
 Lined with skin as soft as silk;
 Within a fountain crystal clear,
 A golden apple doth appear.
 No doors there are to this stronghold --
 Yet thieves break in and steal the gold.

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 Egg

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #18 (S257b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 12/21/2001

 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.
   -- Christina Rossetti

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 Pin and needle.

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #17 (S257b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 12/31/2001

It cannot be seen, cannot be felt
   Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt.
      It lies behind stars and under hills,
          And empty holes it fills.
             It comes first and follows after,
                 Ends life, kills laughter.

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 Darkness.

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Subj:     A What Am I Riddle #16 (S257)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 12/30/2001

 Voiceless it cries,
   Wingless flutters,
     Toothless bites,
       Mouthless mutters.
 
 

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 The WIND

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Subj:     Find A Word Riddle #22 (S463b)
          From: Aims Education Foundation on 12/3/2005
 Source: (Removed from aimsedu.org)

 When written forwards, this word is heavy. When written
 backwards, it is not. What word is this?

 The answer backwards.
 Tonk si sdrwkcab rewsna eht rof enohpomoh eht.

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Subj:     Find A Word Riddle #13
          From: LABLaughs.com on 1/28/2002

 (Also see 'Word Riddle - Movie' in English-Supp)

 There is a common English word that is nine letters long.
 Each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains
 an English word-from nine letters right down to a single
 letter.  What is the original word, and what are the words
 that it becomes after removing one letter at a time?

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 Startling
 starting
 staring
 string
 sting
 sing
 sin
 in
 I
 

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Subj:     Find A Word Riddle #12 (S261b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 1/31/2002

 The same five letters can be anagrammed into four different
 words that fill in the blanks in the sentence to make
 (somewhat) good sense.  What are the missing words if the
 sentence is...

 'The farmer with hundreds of _ _ _ _ _ , deeply _ _ _ _ _
 about the amount of rainfall, and _ _ _ _ _ around with
 artificial watering systems when the ground is dry enough
 to _ _ _ _ _ him about the possibility of crop failure.'

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 Acres, Cares, Races, Scare

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Subj:     'HeHe' Word Riddle #11 (S239)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 1/27/2002

 He starts and ends 2 common English words.
  One painful in love,
  One painful in everyday matter.
 Do you know what 2 words I must be?

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 Heartache and Headache.

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Subj:     Find A Word Riddle #10 (S249b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 10/31/2001

 Rearrange the letters How would you rearrange the letters
 in the words "new door" to make one word? Note:  There is
 only one correct answer.

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 O-N-E-W-O-R-D

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Subj:     Uncle Art's Funland IV (DU)
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Subj:     Common Phrases (S575)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 1/18/2008

 Replace each word or words in parentheses with a one-word
 synonym to decipher a common phrase.

 1. (Diversity) is the (zest) of (existence).

 2. (Training) (creates) (excellence).

 3. (Adoration) is (sightless).
 
 

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1. Variety is the spice of life.
2. Practice makes perfect.
3. Love is blind.

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Subj:     Common Phrases II (S603b)
          by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
          From the book "IQ Test" on 7/27/2008
             Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., 2008
             387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
             Test #1, Problem #12, Page 15

 One letter in each word of a well-known saying
 has been changed.  What is the saying?

 TAPE TIE PULL MY TOE CORNS

 The solution can be found by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     What Am I Doing? - Riddle (S613c)
          From: jtgalvan on 0/7/2008
 

          To make it stand,
          You wet it!

          To make it wet,
          You suck it!

          To make it stiff,
          You lick it!

          To get it in,
          You push it!

          To get the answer,
          You read this backwards, eldeenagnidaerht

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Subj:     Jonathan Swift's Clever Puzzle-Poem (S616b)
          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 10/29/2008
 Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

 Jonathan Swift, who wrote Gulliver's Travels, also wrote
 this clever puzzle-poem:
 
We are little airy creatures,
All of different voice and features;
One of us in "glass" is set,
One of us you'll find in "jet,"
T'other you may see in "tin,"
And the fourth a "box" within.
If the fifth you should pursue,
It can never fly from "you."
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 Can you guess who or what the five "little airy creatures" are?

 The solution can be found by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Nine Words (S571)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 12/29/2007

 Begin with the word "SPARKLING" and take away one letter
 so as to leave a new word. Then take away another letter
 from the new word and leave a different word.  Continue
 this, letter by letter, getting a new word every time
 until you finally leave one word containing only one letter.
 You must not disturb the order of the remaining letters
 after a removal.
 

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 The puzzle is solved in this way:

 1) SPARKLING.
 2) SPARKING.
 3) SPARING.
 4) SPRING.
 5) SPRIG.
 6) PRIG.
 7) PIG.
 8) PI.
 9) I.

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Subj:     Word Square (S557)
          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/10/2007
Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

 The first word of the following word square (the words read
 the same down and across) has been filled in for you.  Fill
 in the remaining words so that you use three E's; two each
 S, L, 0, G, R, and A; and one T in total for the whole square.
 

           O G R E
           G
           R
           E
 

 The solution can be found at the source above.

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Subj:     What Do The Following Things Have In Common? (S556)
          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/10/2007
 Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

     Q: What do the following things have in common?

        1) Car brakes
        2) Mouse
        3) Door hinge
        4) Swing
        5) Old Gate
 

     Answer backwards: kaeuqs dnuos eht ekam lla yeht

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Subj:     What Does This Represent? (S547)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 7/4/2007

 What does this represent?

 NOXQQIVIT
 

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 No excuse for it.

 NO=No
 XQQ= x q's = excuse
 IV = roman numeral for 4 = for
 IT = it

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Subj:     What's Peculiar About This Sentence? (S546)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 5/7/2007

 I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly
 perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary
 pharmaceutical intellectuality, counterbalancing
 indecipherability, transcendentalizes intercommunications'
 incomprehensibleness.
 

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Each word in the sentence is one letter
longer than the word before it!

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Subj:     Three Light Switches (S544)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 6/11/2007

 You are in a room with three light switches.  Each switch
 turns on one light in a room next to you.  You can flip
 the switches as many times as you like, and in any
 combination you wish.  You can only go into the other
 room to look at the lights once.

 How do you tell which switch controls which light?
 

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 Turn on the first switch and leave it on for two minutes.

 Turn off the first switch and turn on the second switch.

 Now go into the other room.

 The first switch will control the light that is off,
 but hot.

 The second switch will control the light that is on.

 The third switch will control the light that is off,
 but cold.

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Subj:     Asking To Marry A Man's Daughter (S529)
          From: Daily Brain Teasers/Puzzles on 1/19/07
 Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

 When a suitor asked a father for his daughter's hand, the
 father answered, "It behooves all progenitors to so circumscribe
 the alliances of their progeny as to preclude all potential
 spouses inimical to conjugal euphoria.  Perambulate to where
 your propinquity engenders no wishes for juxtaposition to you
 in my scion's sibling." What did the father say, yes or no?

 The solution can be found at the source above.

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Subj:     Letters Of The Alphabet (S525c)
          From: Daily Brain Teasers/Puzzles on 1/19/07
 Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

 The letters of the alphabet can be arranged in four different
 groups. The first 13 letters establish the categories:
 AM
 BCDEK
 FGJL
 HI
 Place the remaining 13 letters in their proper categories.

 The solution can be found at the source above.

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Subj:     Old Mother Hubbard (S524)
          From: Daily Brain Teasers/Puzzles on 1/29/07
Source: (Removed from apuzzlezone.com)

 Old Mother Hubbard
 Went to the cupboard
 To get her dog a bone.
 When she got there,
 The cupboard was bare,
 And so Old Mother Hubbard cried out, "OICURMT!"

 Can you figure out the meaning of that strange exclamation?

 The solution can be found at the source above.

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Subj:     A Family Photo Riddle (S518)
          From: The Daily Brain Teasers on 12/17/06
 Source: (Removed from afunzone.com)

 One grandfather, one grandmother;
 Two fathers, two mothers;
 Six children, four grandchildren;
 Two brothers, two sisters;
 Three sons, three daughters;
 One father-in-law, one mother-in-law, one daughter-in-law

 What is the least number of people here?

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Subj:     A Dangerous Ride (S497b)
          From: redcatt on 7/31/2006

 You are on a horse, galloping at a constant speed.  On your
 right side is a sharp drop off, and on your left side is an
 elephant traveling at the same speed as you.  Directly in
 front of you is a galloping kangaroo and your horse is unable
 to overtake it.  Behind you is a lion running at the same
 speed as you and the Kangaroo.  What must you do to safely
 get out of this highly dangerous situation?

 If you do not know, see answer below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 Get your drunk ass off the merry-go-round!

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Subj:     Words With Two Meanings (S476c)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 2/21/2006

 Many of our everyday words have more than one meaning.  Below
 are eleven pairs of definitions.  Both definitions in each
 pair fit the same word.  When read down, the first letters of
 the eleven answers will spell out the name of a beloved TV
 celebrity.

  1. Spend time idly or bread unit
  2. Worker's organization or marriage
  3. Pine tree fruit or ice cream holder
  4. Feeling of curiosity or savings account accrual
  5. Land parcel or considerable quantity
  6. Illumination or not weighty at all
  7. Typewriter type style or the VIP crowd
  8. Baby's toy or city square
  9. Weapon or upper body appendage
 10. Bowling group or three nautical miles
 11. Stand at a slant or thin

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  1. Loaf
  2. Union
  3. Cone
  4. Interest
  5. Lot
  6. Light
  7. Elite
  8. Block
  9. Arm
 10. League
 11. Lean

 Celebrity: Lucille Ball

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Subj:     Which Words Don't Belong (S462)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 12/2/2005

 In this teaser, you have to find the odd ones out in the
 groups of words. BUT WAIT! There's a catch. Each group of
 words has TWO words which do not belong. Can you find
 them both?

 EXAMPLE:

 Lily - Jane - Tulip - Rose

 Jane does not belong as it's the only one which is not
 a flower

 Tulip also does not belong because it's the only one
 which is not a girl's name

 You're on you own for the rest!

 1. Dodge - Ford - Lincoln - Hoover

 2. King - Earl - Knight - Bishop

 3. Yellow - Green - Dead - Black

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 1. Hoover does not belong as it's the only one which is
 not a Car Manufacturer, Dodge does not belong as it's the
 only on which is not the last name of a President of USA

 2. Bishop does not belong as it's the only one which is
 not a class of nobility, Earl does not belong as it's the
 only one which is not a Chess piece

 3. Dead does not belong as it's the only one which is not
 a color, Green does not belong as it's the only one which
 is not the name of a sea.

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Subj:     Cliff-ese Riddles (S459b)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 11/10/2005

 (See 'Norm Peterson, from the TV show Cheers!' in DRINKING-BEER2)

 Here are some well-known expressions rewritten into "Cliff-ese".
 For those of you who don't know what that means, he was a very
 wordy person on the TV show "Cheers" and never used a small
 word where a larger one would work. Try to figure out the
 phrases in simpler terms.

 1. Projecting short, loud, canine-like noises erroneously
    toward the top of an incorrect arboreal plant.

 2. To subject a slender illumination device to rapid
    carbonization on its antipodal points.

 3. To slay a brace of avian creatures with just a single
    petrous conglomeration.

 4. Like sending dense shelly concretions through the air
    to fall in front of stout-bodied, artiodactyl creatures.

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 1. Barking up the wrong tree.
 2. Burn the candles at both ends.
 3. Kill two birds with one stone.
 4. Casting pearls before swine.

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Subj:     Rearrange The Names (S446b)
          From: LABLaughsRiddles on 8/5/2005

 (See Anagrams file)

 These ten fictitious names are all rearrangements of the
 names of famous people. For example, if Sheila O'Norton
 was in the list, you would discover that this was really
 Horatio Nelson is disguise. Can you discover who everyone
 really is?

 a) Jamie Braser        f) Jon Hasket
 b) Frank Cardise       g) Fred Hyron
 c) Fred Colatis           h) Mark Larx
 d) Alfie Dondee        i) Helmut Tarrin
 e) Fidel Haltor           j) June Seatan
 

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a) James Barrie
b) Francis Drake
c) Fidel Castro
d) Daniel Defoe
e) Adolf Hitler
f) John Keats
g) Henry Ford
h) Karl Marx
i) Martin Luther
j) Jane Austen

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Subj:     Uncle Art's Funland V (DU)
          By N.A.Nugent on 11/1/2009
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Subj:     Explain The Difference (S262b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 2/4/2002

 "Explain the difference between a man going upstairs
  and a man looking upstairs."

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 One man is stepping up the stairs,
 the other is staring up the steps.

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Subj:     Name Riddle
          From: LABLaughs.com on 8/30/2001

While walking down the street I met a man. He tipped his
hat and drew his cane and in this riddle I told his name.
What is his name?

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 and drew = Andrew

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Subj:     Farmer Cuts Field Riddle
          From: LABLaughs.com on 9/1/2001

 There was a farmer who was cutting his grass in a SQUARE
 field. It took him 90 minutes to do the left side, 90
 minutes to do the top and 90 minutes to do the right side.
 BUT it took him 1 hour and a half to do the bottom. WHY???

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 Because 90 minutes is 1 hour and a half..............

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Subj:     Tractor That Can't Turn Right Riddle
          From: LABLaughs.com on 9/2/2001

 You own a tractor with a broken steering wheel that cannot
 turn right. You need to drive around a square patch of
 cabbages in the middle of your field. How can you drive in
 a clockwise direction around the patch without ever turning
 right?

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 Drive along the first side in a clockwise direction. When
 you get to the first corner, do a 270 degree turn to the
 left. Continue driving along the next side and follow the
 same pattern at each corner, until you get back to the
 origin.

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Subj:     Up And Down Riddle (S239b)
         From: LABLaughs.com on 8/31/2001

 It goes up, but at the same time goes down. Up toward the
 sky, and down toward the ground. It's present tense and past
 tense too; come for a ride, just you and me. What is it?

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 Answer:

 It's a See-Saw.

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Subj:     Unusual Paragraph (S239b)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 8/28/2001

 This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious to how quickly you
 can find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so plain
 you would think nothing was wrong with it! In fact, nothing
 is wrong with it, though unusual. Study it, and think about
 it, but you still may not find anything odd. But, if you work
 at it a bit, you might find out! Try to do so without any
 coaching!

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 Answer:

 The letter "e", which is the most common letter in English
language, does not appear even once in the long paragraph.

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Subj:     Day Of The Week Riddle
          From: LABLaughs.com on 1/15/2002

 When the day after tomorrow is yesterday,
 today will be as far from Wednesday
 as today was from Wednesday
 when the day before yesterday was tomorrow.
 What is the day after this day?

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 Thursday

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Subj:     Spelling Brandy
          From: LABLaughs.com on 10/5/2001

 How can you spell brandy in three letters?

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 B, r and y.

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Subj:     Nationality Riddle (S247)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 10/24/2001

 What kind of people are always in a hurry?

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 Russians

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Subj:     Which Is Correct Riddle (S248)
          From: LABLaughs.com on 11/2/2001

 Which is correct to say, 'The yolk of the egg are white' or
 'The yolk of the egg is white'?

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 Neither, the yolk of the egg is yellow

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Subj:     Riddle Of Famous People (S257b)
          From: RFSlick on 1/1/2002

 Schwartzenegger has a big one

 Michael J. Fox has a small one

 Madonna doesn't have one

 The Pope has one but doesn't use his

 Clinton uses his all the time

 Mickey Mouse has an unusual one

 George Burns' was hot

 Liberace never used his on women

 Jerry Seinfeld is very, very proud of his

 We never saw Lucy use Desi's

 What is it?

 Answer below!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 The answer is:
 "A Last Name."

 You didn't think I'd send you a dirty joke.
 

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