# Clean riddles

## Parent's child

A father's child, a mother's child, yet no one's son. Who am I?
Daughter
72.26 %

## What does a house wear?

What does a house wear?
72.24 %

## You've heard me before

You've heard me before, yet you hear me again, Then I die 'til you call me again.
Echo.
72.24 %

## You take away the whole

What is it that when you take away the whole, you still have some left over?
Wholesome.
72.22 %

## Mick and John

Mick and John were in a 100 meter race. When Mick crossed the finish line, John was only at the 90 meter mark. Mick suggested they run another race. This time, Mick would start ten meters behind the starting line. All other things being equal, will John win, lose, or will it be a tie in the second race?
John will lose again. In the second race, Mick started ten meters back. By the time John reaches the 90 meter mark, Mick will have caught up him. Therefore, the final ten meters will belong to the faster of the two. Since Mick is faster than John, he will win the final 10 meters and of course the race.
72.22 %

## Million dollars today or a penny today

Would you have more money with a million dollars today or a penny today and double your money every day for 30 days?
Second option. You'll end up with \$5,368,709.12. That's the beauty of compound interest.
72.22 %

## Always in the past

You will always find me in the past. I can be created in the present, but the future can never taint me. What am I?
History.
72.21 %

## Others use it more

What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?
72.20 %

## I have 6 eggs

I have 6 eggs, I broke 2 eggs, fried 2 eggs, and ate 2 eggs. How many eggs do I have left?
4 eggs are left. The two broken eggs were then fried and later eaten.
72.19 %