## Cleaning Twin Sisters Riddle

Two twin sisters are cleaning their shed. When they are done one is clean and the other is dirty. The clean one takes a shower, and the dirty one stays dirty. Why?

Hint:

The clean sister saw the dirty sister and thought she was dirty, and the dirty sister saw the clean sister and thought that she was clean. So she did nothing!

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## Lanterns And Parades Riddle

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## Swinging At The Park Riddle

A man and his 6 year old daughter are swinging together at the park. Each is on a separate, identical swing. The man has three times the mass of the child.

Which swings faster? And more importantly, why?

Which swings faster? And more importantly, why?

Hint:

The speed at which a pendulum swings is called the period and given by the equation:

2 x pi x square root of (length of rope from fulcrum to Center of Mass divided by gravity)

Since gravity is constant, the only thing that effects the period is the length of rope. In the above scenario, you assume the man is taller then the child. Therefore his center of mass is higher. This makes the distance between the fulcrum to the center of mass shorter then for the child. The man swings faster.

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2 x pi x square root of (length of rope from fulcrum to Center of Mass divided by gravity)

Since gravity is constant, the only thing that effects the period is the length of rope. In the above scenario, you assume the man is taller then the child. Therefore his center of mass is higher. This makes the distance between the fulcrum to the center of mass shorter then for the child. The man swings faster.

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## Parking Spot Women Riddle

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Because all the good ones are taken, and the rest are handicapped.

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## No Parents Riddle

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## The Unusual Paragraph

What is so unusual about this paragraph?

Too many humans it may occur obvious but to half of a population it might not. I found that this was a fascinating thing. So try to find any kind of solution. And try to find the solution. I did find that this took a lot of brain to find out.

Too many humans it may occur obvious but to half of a population it might not. I found that this was a fascinating thing. So try to find any kind of solution. And try to find the solution. I did find that this took a lot of brain to find out.

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## Eskimo Party Riddle

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## Genius Parking Puzzle

Hint: There are 2 possible answers

1. 87 - Look at the image upside down and you'll discover the parking spaces are in numerical order. 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91

2. None, because you can't park a 'card'

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2. None, because you can't park a 'card'

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## The Dinner Party Riddle

You and your wife organize a dinner party. You invite four other husband-wife couples. You and your wife don't necessarily know everyone you invited. Once everyone is at the party, the people who don't know each other yet shake hands with each other. You can assume that everyone knows their own wife/husband, and that no one shakes their own hand.

After this happens, you ask each person, except for yourself, how many people they shook hands with. Everybody tells you a different number.

How many people did your wife shake hands with?

After this happens, you ask each person, except for yourself, how many people they shook hands with. Everybody tells you a different number.

How many people did your wife shake hands with?

Hint:

Your wife shook hands with 4 people

If everybody shook hands with a different number of people, then the most any person shook hands with was 8 people, and in fact, a single person must have shaken hands with exactly 8 people. Figure out exactly who this person did - and didn't - shake hands with. Then go from there.

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If everybody shook hands with a different number of people, then the most any person shook hands with was 8 people, and in fact, a single person must have shaken hands with exactly 8 people. Figure out exactly who this person did - and didn't - shake hands with. Then go from there.

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## A Part Of Your Body Riddle

I am a country but I become a part of your body if the last alphabet of my name is removed. Can you name me?

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## Twins In Different Years

Hint:

One was born on December 31st 11:59pm and the other was born on January 1st 12:00am.

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## New Year's Parade

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The Tournament of Roses Parade, also known as the Rose Bowl Parade, occurs each New Year's Day in Pasadena, California.

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## The Tea Party Riddle

Hint:

Alice approaches a large table set under the tree outside the March Hare's house and comes across the Mad Hatter and the March Hare taking tea. They rest their elbows on a sleeping Dormouse who sits between them. They tell Alice that there is no room for her at the table, but Alice sits anyway.

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## Twinkling Mad Hatter

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## Arriving To The Tea Party

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