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Find a common 12 letter English word containing three P's, two R's, two A's, one O, one E, one D, one T, and one other vowel.

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Why is it better for manhole covers to be round rather than square?

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It was the first day of school. The teacher had several children in her class. She asked all the new children to write down their names and their date of birth for her. The first two names she looked at were those of girls. She saw that they both had the same last name. They also had the same birthday - June 9, 1973.

"Will Jane and June Campbell please stand?" asked the teacher.
Two girls stood up, and the teacher saw that they were just alike. "Oh, you're twins," she said.

One of the girls shook her head. "No," she said. "We're sisters, but we're not twins."  How is this explained?

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A man was found murdered on Sunday morning.  His wife immediately called the police.  The police questioned the wife and staff and got these alibis:

The Wife said she was sleeping.
The Cook was cooking breakfast.
The Gardener was picking vegetables.
The Maid was getting the mail.
The Butler was cleaning the closet.

The police instantly arrested the murderer.  Who did it and how did they know?

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A man walks up to you and says - "everything I say to you is a lie."  Is he telling you the truth or is he lying?

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If you buy five pounds of apples, averaging three to the pound, how many apples can you put into an empty paper bag, which will only carry two and a third pounds without bursting?

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Ten people, all wearing hats, were walking along a street when a sudden wind blew their hats off.  A helpful boy retrieved them and, without asking which hat belonged to which person, handed each person a hat.  What is the probability that exactly 9 of the people received their own hats?

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A fabric store owner was using a slightly short yardstick to perform all of his measurements, 3 inches short to be exact. However, to make up for this, he added 5 percent to all materials that he sold, which was usually enough.  Cathy, after exactly measuring the amount of curtain material she needed for her windows, ordered 5 yards.

Was she sold too little or too much material?

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Tony likes indigo but not blue.  He likes onions but not turnips; he likes forms but not shapes.  According to the same rule does he like tomatoes or avocados?

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