Billy’s mother had five children. The first was named Lala, the second was named Lele, the third was named Lili, the fourth was named Lolo. What was the fifth child named? - Billy, Choose the correct sentence: “The yolk of the egg is white” or “the yolk of the egg is white.” - Neither. Egg yolks are yellow, not white!, It’s as light as a feather, but the strongest person can’t hold it for more than five minutes. What is it? - Breath, What gets more wet while it dries? - A towel, You can find it in Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, but not in Venus or Neptune. What is it? - The letter “R”, It likes food, but water kills it. What is it? - Fire, What’s full of holes but can still hold water? - A sponge, Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks? - Neither. Both weigh a pound!, How far can a dog run into the woods? - Halfway. Once it reaches halfway, it’s running out of the woods., You’re driving a city bus. At the first stop, three women get on. At the second stop, one woman gets off and a man gets on. At the third stop, two children get on. The bus is blue and it’s raining outside in December. What colour is the bus driver’s hair? - Whatever colour your hair is. Remember, you’re driving the bus!, There are three houses. One is red, one is blue and one is white. If the red house is to the left of the house in the middle, and the blue house is to the right of the house in the middle, where’s the white house? - In Washington, D.C., It’s at the center of gravity and you can find it in Venus, but not Mars. What is it? - The letter “V”, What goes on four feet in the morning, two in the afternoon and three in the evening? - A human. The times of day represent stages of human life. At the beginning of life, a baby crawls on four “feet.” As a person gets older, they walk on two feet. Later in life, a person will walk on three “feet” (two feet, plus a cane to help them walk)., What travels faster: heat or cold? - Heat travels faster because you can catch a cold!, A man was walking in the rain in the middle of nowhere without a coat or an umbrella. He got soaked, but not a single hair on his head was wet. How can this be? - He was bald., A cowboy rode into town on Friday. He stayed in town for three days and rode back out on Friday. How is this possible? - The horse’s name was Friday.,

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