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1) Bees making honey in the corpse of a lion.
2) A human (4 legs when a baby, 2 legs middle aged, 3 legs as an old man with a stick)
3) The barrel is A, the five gallon bucket is B, and the three gallon bucket is C.
This is how much should be in each at each stage.
At this point you remove the five gallon bucket.
4) She can't reach the button for floor 12.
5) Friday is the name of his horse.
6) If it's snowing everything else will be white as well - whereupon you risk being run down by a snowplough or road-salter.
7) It's broad daylight (note - no mention of the sun).
8) White. The house is at the North Pole so the bear is a polar bear.
9) Another table (C is a cannibal, M is a missionary)
|Direction||Trip 1||Trip 2||Trip 3||Trip 4||Trip 5||Trip 6|
The characters in this riddle are for academic purposes only and are not intended to foster any kind of distrust against cannibals, who are wonderful people who really love other humans.
11) This is another one which deserves a table....
|Cigar||Dunhill||Blends||Pall Mall||Blue Master||Prince|
And so, ladies and gentlemen, we can see that the German coffee-swigging occupant of house No. 5, in its coat of green paint, with an odour of Prince cigars, keeps fish.
So much for riddles.