Question: You go camping and realize you forgot your sleeping bag. You get it come back and then realize you forgot your flashlight. You go and get it, but when you come back you find your sleeping bag is missing. You then find out you forgot your tent. When you go back and get it you see your sleeping bag, get it and leave your tent. You go back to the camp site remembering you left your tent at home. You also come to see your flashlight is now missing. You get your tent and see your flashlight, you get that too. You then see your sleeping bag is gone. You are so exosted you leave it at home. Why does every thing keep going missing?
Answer: You bring your sleeping bag home when you realize you forgot your flashlight. You leave your sleeping bag at home. You realize you did not bring your tent, go home with you flashlight. Instead of picking up your tent you see your sleeping bag and take that instead leaving your tent and flashlight at home. You go back when you get to camp because you now need your flashlight and tent. You bring your sleeping bag. And when you get your tent and flashlight you leave your sleeping bag. Every time you bring something to the camp site you leave what you had there at home.
Question: Two men walk into a bar. One man has a baseball hat, the other a cowboy hat. The one with the baseball hat walks up the the bartender, and says, "If I can shoot water out of this tube to a cup on the other side of the room, you have to give me a thousand dollars. If I miss, I give you a thousand dollars." The bartender agrees. The baseball hat man puts down a cup and goes to the other side of the room. He shoots water out of the tube, but sprays it everywhere. The bartender is than laughing. However, the baseball hat man is also laughing. The bartender asks, "Why are you laughing?" Why was the baseball hat man laughing?
Answer: Before they entered the bar, the baseball hat man told the cowboy hat man, "If I can spray water everywhere in the bar and make the bartender laugh, you have to give me ten thousand dollars."
Question: There was a man who wanted to jump in a pool but there was a formation of ice on the surface of the water.Sunlight gleamed and reflected onto the surroundings.You have rope and a deluxe collection of chocolates.A lifeguard is sitting asleep nearby and has a cellphone in his pocket.There are three kids sitting gloomily at the edge of the pool.There is 10 mins for the pool to close.A family nearby is having a picnic with a lot of chili to spare and there are blue fishes in a nearby lake.The temperature is -10C if the man does not heat himself in 3 mins, he will die of hypothermia.How does the man get into the water?
Answer: By jumping into the lake
Question: There are four men: Abe, Butch, Cam, and Dan. There are four hats: two white and two black. They each get a hat: Abe gets black, Butch gets white, Cam gets black, and Dan gets white. They don't know what hat color they have. Abe goes into a room so that no one can see his hat. The others line up in front of the door in the order Butch, Cam, and Dan (Butch can't see the others hats, Cam can see Butch's, and Dan can see Cam and Butch's hats). Whoever can figure out their hat color first wins $1,000. If they are wrong they are out of the running.
Which man can figure out his hat color without a doubt?
Answer: Cam can figure it out. If Dan saw that Cam and Butch had the same color hat he would know his hat color. Since he doesn't quickly figure out his hat color, Cam knows that him and Butch don't have the same hat color. So all he has to do is say that his hat color is the opposite of Butch's hat color (after giving enough time to be sure that Dan doesn't know his own color).
Question: I supply the facts, but you supply the thoughts. I am also used to describe realistic droughts. My inhabitants are abstract as their places, And I provide details of their words & faces. I hold details in a very complex form, I may cause your mind to conjure up a storm. I hold many different views from different eyes, My facts can be hard to find; as if in disguise. I may tell of facts, but it may be theories I contain, I can inform, persuade, and can even entertain. I tell of a little girl, and of men chasing a whale, and only through me can you find the answer to this tale. What am I?
Answer: A book.
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