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- Paul’s height is six feet, he’s an assistant at a butcher’s shop, and wears size 9 shoes. What does he weigh?
- What kind of tree can you carry in your hand?
- If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven’t got me. What am I
- Forward I am heavy, but backward I am not. What am I?
- Imagine you are in a dark room. How do you get out?
- A girl who was just learning to drive went down a one-way street in the wrong direction, but didn’t break the law. How come?
- And the toughie: You have been given the task of transporting 3,000 apples 1,000 miles from Appleland to Bananaville. Your truck can carry 1,000 apples at a time. Every time you travel a mile towards Bananaville you must pay a tax of 1 apple but you pay nothing when going towards Appleland. What is the highest number of apples you can get to Bananaville?
- A palm tree
- A secret
- A ton
- Stop imagining
- She was walking.
- 833. You drive the first 334 miles starting with 1,000 apples in each load, leaving you with 1,998 apples remaining at 334 miles. Now you can continue with two loads of 999 apples until mile 833, where you’ll have 1,000 apples remaining. Drive the remaining 167 miles to Bananaville, where you’ll arrive with 833 apples.