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Posted 29 March 2008 - 01:05 PM
Going through his mind, was "is this going to be a duel" ? were you back to back a the time?
Or, what is black and white - and re[a]d all over?
Idienasty - keep posting your puzzles.
I have a son who is very quick-witted,
and therefore it is difficult for me to stump him with puzzles.
Or get him to laugh at my jokes, but that's a different story.
Anyway, there's a riddle that says:
A father stood behind his son,
and the son stood behind his father.
How can this be?
The answer is they stood back to back.
I thought I'd spring this one on my son.
But I was a little hasty.
Before thinking very much I blurted out:
A son and his father stand back to back.
How is this possible?
Mercifully, he just walked away.
Posted 29 March 2008 - 01:12 PM
reply, some newspapers are in colour too now - especially the name of the paper, that's why it is an oldie!
what is white and black all overSpoiler for Easy think easy<br />everyone knows this oldie
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