Number 1: (answered by: Cyber )
So there is a argument between two people, they are arguing who has the fastest horse, one person comes up and says, "Whoevers horse reaches the town center last wins!"
so the two people ran to the barn and took off at a gallop to the center of town.
Hold on….."Who's horse reaches the fountain last wins?" how is this going to work out?
Number 2: (answered by Sparkhawk)
A son and his father entered a sword-wielding tournament. The son knew that his father was a much better fighter than he, and looked forward to proving himself with a blade. During the tournament, his father suffers a mortal wound that unfortunately he dies by. Furious and wanting revenge, the son faces his father's murderer. The son defends his honor by defeating his opponent. However, by a twist of fate, the son suffers a terrible gash to the chest. As he is carried into the medical tent, the doctor rushes forward and exclaims, “By the Protector, that's my son!"
How is this possible?
Number 3: (Answered by: Cyber)
You are walking through the streets of town, watching the dark alleyways warily and knowing that at any second someone – or something – could jump out at you. You keep your hand on your weapon, knowing all too well that using violence may be the only path to assure your survival. The thought is not comforting.
You continue up the road and suddenly hear a noise. The alleyway is too dark for you too see. Just as you are about to investigate closer another noise fills your ears. A wagon is heading in your direction! There is no moon out and all the lights have been extinguished! Your heart jumps to your throat. With no light illuminating his path, there was surely no way he could stop in time. Time slows as the wagon heads straight for you. You close your eyes and…
Nothing. The wagon shoots by you and you stare in disbelief.
Despite these circumstances, how was the wagon driver able to see you and therefore pass by without incident?
Number 4: (answered first by Sparkhawk)
One day you are exploring the area around Redwall when you come across a wide stream, too deep to wade through. On the other side, you see a farmer with a small boat, with only enough room for himself and one item. By his side, you see three items sitting: a fox, a goose, and a bag of corn. "Hello, stranger!" he calls across the stream. "Perhaps you can help me with my problem?" You agree, and he explains.
"I'm trying to take my fox, goose, and corn to market, but I can only carry one of them in the boat at a time. I need to get all three across the stream, but if I leave the fox alone with the goose, he'll eat her. If I leave the corn alone with the goose, she'll eat it too! Can you help me work out how to get all three across the stream without any being eaten?"
You scratch your head and puzzle over the problem. There is no bridge handy, and the nearest ford is miles from here. You need to get on with your journey, so you cannot watch the fox or goose for the farmer while he is on the other side. What can the farmer do?
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