# Riddle #1062

## Water image

You can see me in water, but I never get wet. What am I?
Reflection.
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## Getting wet

What gets wet while it's drying?
A towel.
82.29 %

## It is red but smells like a blue

What is red but it smells like a blue paint?
Red paint.
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The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?
Footsteps.
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## You bury me when I am alive

You bury me when I am alive, and dig me up when I die. What am I?
A plant.
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## Three switches in a room

You are standing next to three switches. You know these switches belong to three bulbs in a room behind a closed door – the door is tight closed, and heavy which means that it's absolutely impossible to see if any bulb is on or not. All three switches are now in position off. You can do whatever you want with the switches and when you are finished you open the door and go into the room. While in there you have to tell which switch belongs to which bulb. How will you do that?
Turn on the first switch and wait for a while. Turn off the first one and turn on the second. Go into the room. One bulb is shining, the second bulb is hot and the third one nothing.
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## You go on red and stops on green

When it comes to me, you go on red and stops on green. What am I?
Watermelon.
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## Full of holes but I can still hold water

I am full of holes but I can still hold water. What am I?
A sponge.
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## Thousands of letters

What has only two words, but thousands of letters?
Post office.
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## Which number?

What number should appear next in this sequence? 1 5 12 34 92 252 ?
688. Add the two previous numbers and multiply by 2.
78.01 %