Question: A man goes into a barbershop and gets a $15 haircut. He pays the barber with a $20 bill, but the barber doesn't have change because it is an especially slow day. The barber goes to the flower shop next to his own and trades the $20 bill for a $10 dollar bill and two $5 bills. Then he gives the man his $5 in change.
Later the lady from the flower shop confronts the barber and tells him that the $20 bill he gave her was counterfeit. The barber agrees and he gives the lady a different $20 bill.
Later that day he tries to figure out how much money he lost. What did he lose?
Answer: He lost $5. The lady from the flower shop gave him $20 in change, but eventually got $20 back. She broke even. The man who got the haircut gave the barber nothing (except counterfeit money) but got $5 back from the barber. So the barber lost only $5, and gave a free haircut.
Question: What is the next sequence of numbers and why? 1 11 21 1211 111221 312211
Answer: 13112221 Read off the digits of the previous member and count the number of digits in groups of the same digit. There is one # 3, one # 1, two #2s, and two #1, thus, 13112221.
Question: What is that thing we buy for eating but cannot eat it?
Question: You build a house and all 4 walls are facing south. Where did you build the house?
Answer: On the north pole.
Question: What tastes better than it smells?
Answer: A tongue.
Question: Leap Year is every 4 years. True or False ?
Answer: False. Every year that is exactly divisible by four is a leap year, except for years that are exactly divisible by 100, but these centurial years are leap years if they are exactly divisible by 400. For example, the years 1700, 1800, and 1900 are not leap years, but the years 1600 and 2000 are. So 3 out of every 400 years are not leap years.