## It always goes up and never ever comes down

It always goes up and never ever comes down! What is that?

There are two answers - your age and your height.

It always goes up and never ever comes down! What is that?

There are two answers - your age and your height.

At a dinner party, many of the guests exchange greetings by shaking hands with each other while they wait for the host to finish cooking.
After all this handshaking, the host, who didn't take part in or see any of the handshaking, gets everybody's attention and says: "I know for a fact that at least two people at this party shook the same number of other people's hands."
How could the host know this? Note that nobody shakes his or her own hand.

Assume there are N people at the party.
Note that the least number of people that someone could shake hands with is 0, and the most someone could shake hands with is N-1 (which would mean that they shook hands with every other person).
Now, if everyone at the party really were to have shaken hands with a different number of people, then that means somone must have shaken hands with 0 people, someone must have shaken hands with 1 person, and so on, all the way up to someone who must have shaken hands with N-1 people. This is the only possible scenario, since there are N people at the party and N different numbers of possible people to shake hands with (all the numbers between 0 and N-1 inclusive).
But this situation isn't possible, because there can't be both a person who shook hands with 0 people (call him Person 0) and a person who shook hands with N-1 people (call him Person N-1). This is because Person 0 shook hands with nobody (and thus didn't shake hands with Person N-1), but Person N-1 shook hands with everybody (and thus did shake hands with Person 0). This is clearly a contradiction, and thus two of the people at the party must have shaken hands with the same number of people.
Pretend there were only 2 guests at the party. Then try 3, and 4, and so on. This should help you think about the problem.
Search: Pigeonhole principle

Why are ghosts bad liars?

Because you can see right through them.

If you have two coins which total 35 cents and one of the coins is not a dime, what are the two coins?

A quarter and a dime. One coin is not a dime, but the other one is.

What do you get if you cross an elephant and a kangaroo?

Big holes all over Australia!

Every time you lose something, you always find it in the very last place you would look. Why is this?

It is the last place you would look because once you find it there is no need to keep looking.

What can be as big as an elephant but weigh nothing?

Its shadow.

Assume:
5+3+2 = 151022
9+2+4 = 183652
8+6+3 = 482466
5+4+5 = 202541
Then;
7+2+5 = ?

143547
Explanations:
Multiplication of the 1st & 2nd numbers, 5*3 = 15; 9*2 = 18…thusly, 7*2 = 14
Multiplication of the 1st & 3rd numbers, 5*2 = 10; 9*4 = 36…thusly, 7*5 = 35;
Multiplication of the 1st & the sum of the 2nd & 3rd numbers. The generated result is reduced by the value of the 2nd number, …thusly, 7*(2+5) = 49 - 2 = 47

A clock chimes 5 times in 4 seconds. How many times will it chime in 10 seconds?

11 times. It chimes at zero and then once every second for 10 seconds.

Tom's height is six feet, he is an assistant at a butcher's shop, and wears size 12 shoes. What does he weigh?

Meat.