## Tommy's Birthday Cake Riddle

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## A Cows Birthday Riddle

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## Birthday Comb Riddle

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## Rock Hard Birthday Cake Riddle

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## Summer Birthday Riddle

Clara Clatter was born on December 27th, yet her birthday is always in the summer. How is this possible?

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## Coffee Birds Riddle

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## Cheering Bird Riddle

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## A Birds Valentine

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## Weightlifting Bird Riddle

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## Lawyer Birthday Gift Riddle

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## The Day Of My Birthday

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December 31. Let's assume that December 31 is my correct birthday. Now let's also assume that I am 21 and that today is January 1st (the day after my birthday). That would mean that the day before yesterday (December 30) I would be 20. That fits the riddle so far, but here comes the tricky part!

Let's also say that the current year is 2013. So to clarify, today is January 1st 2013. Next year would be 2014, and the trick is that I will have two more birthdays by the end of 2014, one on December 31st 2013 (22 years old) and one on December 31st 2014 (23 years old).So in 2014, the year after 2013, I will actually turn 23! It's a tricky riddle. Best way to go about it is to use trial and error with all the answers and to also keep an open mind about what "next year" means.

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Let's also say that the current year is 2013. So to clarify, today is January 1st 2013. Next year would be 2014, and the trick is that I will have two more birthdays by the end of 2014, one on December 31st 2013 (22 years old) and one on December 31st 2014 (23 years old).So in 2014, the year after 2013, I will actually turn 23! It's a tricky riddle. Best way to go about it is to use trial and error with all the answers and to also keep an open mind about what "next year" means.

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## Gollum's Favorite Bird Riddle

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## The Birthday Ice Cream Riddle

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## Birthday Celebration Riddle

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## 21 Birthdays Riddle

Frederick died after a long and productive life of 87 years, but this epitaph was written on his headstone:

Frederick lived a good long life,

He loved his children and his wife,

He was honest, kind and deserved nothing but praise,

Even if he only had twenty-one birthdays.

How is this possible?

Frederick lived a good long life,

He loved his children and his wife,

He was honest, kind and deserved nothing but praise,

Even if he only had twenty-one birthdays.

How is this possible?

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He was born on February 29th in a leap year. Consequently, in his 87 years, he only witnessed twenty-one of his actual birthdays. The other years there was no February 29th.

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