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Coming Home Riddle

Hint:
Your door
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The Everyday Gateway

Hint:
I am a door
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Finding The Car Riddle

Hint: It matters whether you change your decision or not. Imagine there were one hundred doors and moderator would open all but two.
Its better to change the door.

You win in case you chose wrong door at first (odds 2-in-3).

If you dont change the door you win only in case you originally picked the correct door (1-in-3).
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Longest Human Nose Riddle

Hint:
Because if it was twelve inches it would be a foot.
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A Man In New York City

Hint:
When he gets on the subway it is 6 stops away from the end of the line (end of the track). So when it reaches this point it begins to work backwards. So when it goes back one stop he has traveled 7 stops but is only 5 away from where he began.
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More Value Than Gold

Hint:
A friend.
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Madonna Doesn't Have One Riddle

Hint:
A last name.
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Who Is The Engineer Riddle

Hint:
Determine the known facts. Also notice that the passengers are noted with the title Mr., where as the brakeman, engineer and fireman are identified by their last names only. 1. Mr Brown Lives in New York City 2. The brakeman lives midway between NY and Chicago 3. Mr. Jones earns exactly $20K per year 4. Smith beat the fireman at their last game of golf. 5. The brakeman's next-door neighbor, who is a passenger, earns exactly three times the brakeman's salary. 6. The passenger who lives in Chicago has the same name as the brakeman. According to #1 and #2, the brakeman's neighbor cannot be Mr. Brown. According to #5, the brakeman's neighbor also cannot be Mr. Jones, because $20,000 is not evenly divisible by three. This leaves Mr. Smith as the next door neighbor to the brakeman. Mr. Smith lives halfway between New York and Chicago (#2) as does the brakeman. Since Mr. Brown lives in New York, by process of elimination, it is now known that Mr. Jones lives in Chicago. According to statement #6, this means that the brakeman is named Jones. According to statement #4, the fireman cannot be Smith, so the fireman must be must be Brown, which leaves Smith as the engineer.
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A Hard Spot To Get Out Of

Hint:
Trouble
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Golden Bungalow Riddle

Hint:
Bungalows don't have stairs!!!
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