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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #10

Answer: A nail in a horseshoe There was no winner this week!

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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #9

Answer to the riddle: The year 1961 which can be read upside-down.This will not happen again until the year 6009. Congratulations to the winner: Edward C. from Fairfield, CT

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Friday’s Riddle #10

What walks all day on it’s head? If your answer is correct, you will be entered into a weekly drawing for a free 1-hour tutoring session in the subject and grade level of your choice. The winner will be contacted …

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Friday’s Riddle #9

What happened in the middle of the 20th century that will not happen for another 4000 years? If your answer is correct, you will be entered into a weekly drawing for a free 1-hour tutoring session in the subject and …

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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #8

What is the moon worth? Answer to the riddle: four quarters = $1.00 Congratulations to the winner: Michael K. from New Jersey.

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Friday’s Riddle #8

What is the moon worth? If your answer is correct, you will be entered into a weekly drawing for a free 1-hour tutoring session in the subject and grade level of your choice. The winner will be contacted with a …

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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #7

While walking down the street I met a man. He tipped his hat and drew his cane and in this riddle I told his name. What is the man’s name???? ANSWER TO THE RIDDLE: ANDREW Congratulations to the winner: Karen …

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Friday Riddle Contest – Riddle #7

While walking down the street I met a man.  He tipped his hat and drew his cane and in this riddle I told his name. What is the man’s name?   If your answer is correct, you will be entered …

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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #6

Sue is traveling by ship from south of the equator to the north. She has a nice little cabin with a bathroom, but no window. Sue has no compass or other instruments. Just the general luggage one brings on board …

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Answer to Friday’s Riddle #5

WHAT AM I? I’m a riddle in nine syllables An elephant, a ponderous house, A melon strolling on two tendrils. O red fruit, ivory, fine timbers! This loaf’s big with it’s yeasty rising. Money’s new-minted in this fat purse. I’m …

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