#### When may a man’s coat pocket be empty, and yet have something in it?

**Answer: ** When it has a hole in it.

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#### Everyday a biker would carry a bag of sand through a border with a different bike. A policeman would see him and ask what was he stealing. What was the biker stealing?

**Answer: ** Bikes. He came to the border with a different bike everyday.

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#### You’re on a bus. 20 people get on at the first stop. At the next stop 45 people get on. At the 3rd stop 48 people get off. Then at the next stop 5 people get off and 9 get on. At the last stop 21 people get off 2 people are left. How is this possible? (Who’s still on the bus)!?

**Answer: ** This is possible because you and the bus driver are still on the bus!

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#### If you have 10 peaches and take 7 peaches away, how many do you have?

**Answer: ** 7, you took 7 peaches away with you. Duhhhhh

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#### An old parchment describes the location of buried treasure: “On the island there are only two trees, A and B, and the remains of a gallows. Start at the gallows and count the steps required to walk in a straight line to tree A. At the tree turn 90 degrees to the left and then walk forward the same number of steps. At the point where you top drive a spike into the ground. Now return to the gallows and walk in a straight line, counting your steps, to tree B. When you reach the tree, turn 90 degrees to the right and take the same number of steps forward, placing another spike at the point where you stop. Dig at the point exactly halfway between the spikes and you will find the treasure.” However, our hero when he gets to the island finds the gallows missing. Is there any way he can still get to the treasure?

**Answer: ** A simple experiment with a ruler and paper shows that any position for the gallows leads to the same point.

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