Easy riddles

poemsshort

Dipping, glinting, gliding by

Dipping, glinting, gliding by, Rainbow-fretted, wrought of breath. I live only while I fly – Earth’s rough kiss my sudden death.
A soap bubble.
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cleanshort

Karl Marx

Why was Karl Marx buried at Highgate Cemetery in London?
Because he was dead.
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cleanshort

Girl slips on the ice

When a girl slips on the ice, why can't her brother help her up?
He can't be a brother and assist her (a sister).
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cleanlogic

Strange behaviour

This guy living on the 20th floor in an apartment building got up early each morning to go to work in a downtown store. He always went into the elevator on the 20th floor and rode down to the entrance (1st floor). When he came home he always rode the elevator from the entrance and up to the 8th floor. He walked out of the elevator and walked the stairs up to his apartment on the 20th floor. Why didn't he take the elevator all the way up to his apartment?
This guy is midget and can only reach to the 8th floor button.
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funnyshort

The horse jumps over the king

The horse jumps over the king. Strangely there is absolutely no scratch on him. Can you explain, how is it possible?
Horse And King are chess piece and the above action is a part of a chess game.
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animallogicmath

Chickens and Rabbits

There are several chickens and rabbits in a cage (with no other types of animals). There are 72 heads and 200 feet inside the cage. How many chickens are there, and how many rabbits?
Let c be the number of chickens, and r be the number of rabbits. r + c = 72 4r + 2c = 200 To solve the equations, we multiply the first by two, then subtract the second. 2r + 2c = 144 2r = 56 r = 28 c = 44 So there are 44 chickens and 28 rabbits in the cage.
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