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Ready? Aim... WALLY test! Your mind should be pretty on-target by now.

1) What do you give an injured lemon?

2) If an atheist died in church, what would be put on his coffin?

3) Who was it that went into the lion's den unarmed and came out alive?

4) A man rode down the street on a horse, yet walked. How come?

5) How can you eat an egg without breaking the shell?

6) Why was King Henry VIII buried in Westminster Abbey?

7) In China they hang many criminals, but they will not hang a man with a wooden leg. Why?

8.) Why do storks stand on one leg?

9) A circular field is covered with snow. A black cow with white spots is in the middle. Two white cows with black spots are at the edge of the field. What time is it?

10) What was the problem with the wooden car with wooden wheels and a wooden engine?

1) Lemon-aid

2) A lid.

3) The lion.

4) His horse was named "Yet"

5) Get someone else to break the shell.

6) Because he was dead.

7) They use rope.

8.) If they lifted up that leg, they'd fall over.

9) Wintertime.

10) It wooden go!

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1, lemon juice

2, flowers

3, someone invisible, or does that count as armed

4, he walked after riding the horse, or yet is a persons name

5, whole

6, I have no clue?

7, because they hang them bu their feet

8, the other one gets tired, or something to do with babies

9, I have no clue, what are the cows

10, it didn't run

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I don't get the answer to number 7

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I don't get the answer to number 7

People don't get hanged by wooden legs; they get hanged by rope.

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that was clever. "They don't hang men by wooden legs." :)

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1 Lemon-aid

2 A lid.

3 The lion.

4 His horse was named "Yet"

5 Get someone else to break the shell.

6 Because he was dead.

7 They use rope.

8 If they lifted up that leg, they'd fall over.

9 Wintertime.

10 It wooden go!

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1) Lemon-aid

2) A lid.

3) The lion.

4) His horse was named "Yet"

5) Get someone else to break the shell.

6) Because he was dead.

7) They use rope.

8.) If they lifted up that leg, they'd fall over.

9) Wintertime.

10) It wooden go!

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I'm convinced, unlike the universe there is a limit to these things.

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Ready? Aim... WALLY test! Your mind should be pretty on-target by now.

1) What do you give an injured lemon?

2) If an atheist died in church, what would be put on his coffin?

3) Who was it that went into the lion's den unarmed and came out alive?

4) A man rode down the street on a horse, yet walked. How come?

5) How can you eat an egg without breaking the shell?

6) Why was King Henry VIII buried in Westminster Abbey?

7) In China they hang many criminals, but they will not hang a man with a wooden leg. Why?

8.) Why do storks stand on one leg?

9) A circular field is covered with snow. A black cow with white spots is in the middle. Two white cows with black spots are at the edge of the field. What time is it?

10) What was the problem with the wooden car with wooden wheels and a wooden engine?

1) Lemon-aid

2) A lid.

3) The lion.

4) His horse was named "Yet"

5) Get someone else to break the shell.

6) Because he was dead.

7) They use rope.

8.) If they lifted up that leg, they'd fall over.

9) Wintertime.

10) It wooden go!

It has been known to snow in all seasons - not just winter - I have seen snow in both Spring and Summer and expect that it also snows in Autumn

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this is taken from another book called Classic Lateral Thinking Puzzles. Don't plagiarize!

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I like these puzzles they're funny. :lol:

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For #4, the answer "yet is the horse's name" only works if you spell it with a capital Y. Otherwise, there is or should be another answer to the puzzle. Unless, of course, these questions were meant to be asked aloud, for the sake of ambiguity, and the rules of grammar and spelling had to be broken for the written version to be any sort of challenge.

So, which is it--bad spelling or a different answer?

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1 Iced tea

2 Six feet of dirt

3 The dog whisperer

4 He had a toy horse that kids ride between his legs.

5 Get some one else to do it for me, or eat a chicken.

6 Because he was an athiest.

7 It cost more than rope.

8 They are afraid of the ground.

9 Its time to get a new watch

10 They wouldnt hang it in China

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1. you make lemon aid out of it

2. an atheist wpuld not be in a church

3. daniel

4. he was on a wooden horse

5. chocolate egg

6. becasue of his religious arguments with the church

7. not enogh weight to trigger the gallows

8. it is more comfortable for them

9. time to bring the cows home

10. not much it made the designer a lot of money

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Re: #6: King Henry VIII is actually buried in St. George's Chapel within the walls of Windsor Castle. He's still dead!

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