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## There are 5 houses. One is made out of red bricks, one made of blue bricks, one made of yellow bricks, a house of purple bricks, what is the green house made out of?

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Glass! Because it is a greenhouse! Not a green colored house! ## If a farmer met another farmer in another farmers field. How many F's in that?

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None, tere are no F's in that! ## How many times can you take away 2 from 100?

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Once! Because after that it's not 100 anymore . ## The Library of Alexandria contains many books. how many letters are in those books?

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10. There are ten letters in "those books." ## Pretend you had to choose from a room with murderers and lunatics,a room with tigers that have be starved for 3 months and a room with shark tanks. Where would you go?

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To the room with the tigers that have been starved for 3 months because they would be dead.
## What was the tallest mountain on Earth before Mt. Everst was discovered?

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Mt. Everest, it still existed, it just hadn't been discovered yet. ## What's heavier a ton of metal or a ton of feathers?

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Some people might say that it's metal but they both way a ton!
## Mr and Mrs Johnson have 2 boys and each boy has a sister. Mr and Mrs Jones have 3 boys and each boy has a sister. Between these two families, how many sisters are there?

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5, because the boys in the Johnson family are related and they all have 1 sister, meaning they have the same one. And the boys in the Jones family are related and they all have 4 sisters. Creating 5 sister in total. ## If a rooster lays an egg on top of a slanted roof, which way will it roll?

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Roosters don't lay eggs. ## A butcher is six feet tall. He has a size 40 waist, wears size 10 shoes and a size 8 hat. What does he weigh?

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Meat, a butcher weighs meat. ## I met a man on London Bridge. He tipped his hat and drew his cane. In this limerick I've said his name.

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His name is Andrew.