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animalcleanshort

My body has a hard shell

I live in the ocean. I have eight legs, two big claws and a tail. My body has a hard shell. I eat anything I can find. I am a...
Lobster.
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38 votes

cleanlogicmathshort

Hards maths number

Create a number using only the digits 4,4,3,3,2,2,1 and 1. So I can only be eight digits. You have to make sure the ones are separated by one digit, the twos are separated by two digits the threes are separated with three digits and the fours are separated by four digits.
41312432.
89.07 %
38 votes

cleanshort

Gone with the night

I follow you all day long, But when the night or rain comes, I am all gone.
A shadow.
89.07 %
38 votes

logic

Fuzzy Math in the Hardware Store

You overhear a man talking to a clerk in a hardware store. The clerk says "One will cost you 12 cents, ten will cost your 24 cents, and one hundred will cost you 36 cents." What is the man buying?
The man is buying physical numbers to nail to the front of his house. Each number costs 12 cents, and so "1" will cost 12 cents, "10" will cost 24 cents, and "100" will cost 36 cents.
89.05 %
52 votes

logic

Dad and 3 kids

Once upon a time there was a dad and 3 kids. When the kids were adults, the dad was old and Death came to take the dad. The first son, who became a lawyer, begged Death to let the dad live a few more years. Death agreed. When Death came back, the second son, who became a doctor begged Death to let his father live a few more days. Death agreed. When Death came back the third son, who became a priest begged Death to let the dad live till that candle wick burned out and he pointed to a candle. Death agreed. The third son knew Death wouldn't come back, and he didn't. Why not?
The third son went over and blew out the candle after Death left because the son said "till the candle wick burns out", not "till the candle burns out".
89.05 %
52 votes

love

The destruction of Troy

It caused the destruction of Troy, The worst of tragedies And numerous maladies Yet it is chased, desired and fought for What is it?
Love.
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52 votes