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Q : some months have 30 days, others have 31 days; what month have 28 days ?
A : all months

Q : what bird can lift the heaviest weights ?
A : a crane

Q : when the clock strikes 13 what time is it ?
A : time to get it fixed

Q : which 50 coins add up to a dollar ?
A : 40 pennies, 8 nickels, 2 dimes

Q : what is the similarity between a king and a meter stick ?
A : both of them are rulers

Q : what international catastrophe would be caused by a waiter who dropped a platter on Thanksgiving Day ?
A : it would be the downfall of turkey, the overthrow of greece and the destruction of china

Q : what doctor must one avoid ?
A : a doctor whose office plants have died

Q : what is the difference between the North Pole and the South Pole ?
A : all the difference in the world

Q : what animal took the most liggage into the Ark and what animal took the least ?
A : the elephant took his trunk and the rooster had only a comb

Q : the two longest one-syllable words in English have nine letters each. Can you name them ?
A : straights, strengths

Q : what is the easiest way to make a man eat his words ?
A : write them on a cake

Q : why is a wife like a surreal poem ?
A : because you can't understand her, don't know what she means but she's an experience

Q : what's so peculiar/funny about a solar powered computer ?
A : it is programmed to tell the time and date for 125 years and has a guarantee - for two years

Q : if two's company and three's a crowd, what about four and five ?
A : nine

Q : why is the Statue of Liberty's finger eleven inches long ?
A : because if it were twelve inches long, it would be a foot

Q : who have no trouble separating men from the boys?
A : women

Q : why is it useless to send a telegram to Washington today ?
A : because he is dead

Q : what stays hot even if you put it in a refrigerator ?
A : pepper

Q : when a man is eating his words, what actually is he doing ?
A : recycling

Q : why is courage like love ?
A : it must have hope to nourish it

Q : what is the difference between a light in a cave and a dance in an inn ?
A : one is a taper in a cavern, and the other is a caper in a tavern