## Silver in my track

If a man carried my burden
He would break his back.
I am not rich,
but leave silver in my track.

Snail.

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If a man carried my burden
He would break his back.
I am not rich,
but leave silver in my track.

Snail.

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A monk leaves at sunrise and walks on a path from the front door of his monastery to the top of a nearby mountain. He arrives at the mountain summit exactly at sundown. The next day, he rises again at sunrise and descends down to his monastery, following the same path that he took up the mountain.
Assuming sunrise and sunset occured at the same time on each of the two days, prove that the monk must have been at some spot on the path at the same exact time on both days.

Imagine that instead of the same monk walking down the mountain on the second day, that it was actually a different monk. Let's call the monk who walked up the mountain monk A, and the monk who walked down the mountain monk B. Now pretend that instead of walking down the mountain on the second day, monk B actually walked down the mountain on the first day (the same day monk A walks up the mountain).
Monk A and monk B will walk past each other at some point on their walks. This moment when they cross paths is the time of day at which the actual monk was at the same point on both days. Because in the new scenario monk A and monk B MUST cross paths, this moment must exist.

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A boy was at a carnival and went to a booth where a man said to the boy, "If I write your exact weight on this piece of paper then you have to give me $50, but if I cannot, I will pay you $50." The boy looked around and saw no scale so he agrees, thinking no matter what the carny writes he'll just say he weighs more or less. In the end the boy ended up paying the man $50. How did the man win the bet?

The man did exactly as he said he would and wrote "your exact weight" on the paper.

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What can you hold in your left hand, but not in your right hand?

Your right hand.

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What has one horn and gives milk?

A milk truck.

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I can be as thin as a picture frame but my insides have many things you can see. What am I?

Television.

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If 20 blackbirds are on a fence and you shoot one, how many remain?

None, they would all fly away from the sound of the shot.

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I am full of holes but I can still hold water. What am I?

A sponge.

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Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town?

Easy, three melons.

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What is a cat’s favorite breakfast?

Mice krispies.

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