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Author's Riddles

Question: How many ounces are in a pound? a. 17 b. 32 c. 1 d. None of the above

Question: Bobby's teacher gave him a math quiz. Every time he got an answer right, points would be taken away, so whoever had the most points, got the most questions wrong. Bobby's score was the highest, yet he still got the most questions correct out of the class. How is this possible?

Question: Peter wants to go on vacation because of his stressful work days. Unfortunately, he doesn't have enough money so he asks his friend John if he can borrow some from him. John is fine with it and gives him the money as long as Peter pays him back. While on his vacation, Peter gets an Email of a problem at work that nobody can seem to fix. The next day, Peter finds a solution and earns some money. He puts the money in his bank account. Soon, he gets a call from John. John saids that he needs Peter to pay him back so Peter puts the money in another bank account. John asks him for the password to the account when he gets to the bank to get the money from Peter. Peter saids, "The password is at the bank." John asks where it is but Peter saids, "You should know it." John is still very confused so Peter tells him, "Just tell the bank what I said to you," so John goes in the bank and when he is asked what the password is, he saids, "Well, my friend told me that the password is at the bank..." Right then, the account is opened and the money is given to John, who still doesn't know the password. He also learns that none of the workers had the password or knew it ahead and that only John did (along with Peter). How did the the worker who opened the account figure out what the password was?

Question: One day, Tom and Bob entered their cabin in California. Later, when they walked out of their cabin, they were in Delaware. How is this possible?

Question: What is bright and sunny?

Question: (1) What am I and (2) how do you spell it?

What am I? (medium)

Question: I smash but I never hurt you. Give me your unwanted items and I will eat them and take them so you can get more. Some people might not like me while others may but I still come around on certain days. What am I?

What am I? (medium)

Question: I come in varieties of color and am found almost year round. My house is tall and my only fear is the cold. What am I?

What am I? (medium)

Question: I am full of light but left in the dark. I have a temper that pushes my single sibling. I have many friends very far away and I disappear in the light when it is my sibling's turn to push me back. What am I?

Question: Matt's teacher asked him, "What is 3+3?" Matt answered, "8," Matt is correct. How is this possible?

What is it? (medium)

Question: I come in many different colors. I create boundaries to keep things concealed and safe. My best friend is a lock and I am also made of different materials as well. I love to travel: you can find me anywhere. What am I?

Question: It flies, it walks, it runs on land, It takes, it gives, but without hands, It carries and delights, Falls and frights. Normally a creature of white it is. What is it?