The Mongolian Postal Service has a strict rule stating that items sent through the post must not be more than 1 meter long. Longer items must be sent by private carriers, and they are notorious for their expense, inefficiency, and high rate of loss of goods.
Boris was desperate to send his valuable and ancient flute safely through the post. Unfortunately, it was 1.4 meters long and could not be disassembled as it was one long hollow piece of ebony. Eventually he hit on a way to send it through the Mongolian Postal Service. What did Boris do? Riddle Answer
A book slipped from a man’s hands and fell on the floor with a loud noise. 20 eyes looked at him.
How many people were in the library? Riddle Answer
Mark is 6 years old. His sister Tina is half of his age. So when Mark is 100 years old, how old is Tina? Riddle Answer
Two mathematicians, Tom and Smith are walking down the street.
Tom: I know you have three sons. What are their ages?
Smith: The product of their ages is 36.
Tom: I can’t tell their ages from that.
Smith: Well, the sum of their ages is the same as that address across the street.
Tom: I still can’t tell.
Smith: The eldest is visiting his grandfather today.
Tom: Now I know their ages.
Do you know the age of the kids? Riddle Answer
Twenty men, women and children earn twenty coins between them. Each man earns 3 coins, each woman 1.5 coins and each child 0.5 coin. How many men, women and children are there? Riddle Answer