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what is white and black all over

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what is white and black all over

[spoiler='Easy think easy

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did you mean and "red/read" all over?

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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. :huh:

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a zebra is white and black all over

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a zebra is white and black all over

and red... if it has a sunburn!!! that's my favorite answer to the white/black/red question :lol:

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its a sad joke its not complete but funny

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Oh, i got it.

Newspaper

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and red... if it has a sunburn!!! that's my favorite answer to the white/black/red question :lol:

My favorite (though a bit morbid) is a nun that fell down the stairs.

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My favorite (though a bit morbid) is a nun that fell down the stairs.

:lol:

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My favorite (though a bit morbid) is a nun that fell down the stairs.

:o

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A skunk in a blender.

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How about a mime in a knife fight?

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Or an a penguin that walked under a cracked icicle.

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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. :huh:

Going through his mind, was "is this going to be a duel" ? were you back to back a the time?

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what is white and black all over

[spoiler='Easy think easy

everyone knows this oldie']Newspaper

reply, some newspapers are in colour too now - especially the name of the paper, that's why it is an oldie!

answers...

just gonna do a few

penguin

nunn, they usually are in pairs, so one nunn sees that the other nunn gets none!

zebra

panda

cow (friesian)

other black and white animals

animals with black skin and whit fur

Animals with black fur and some snow on them

etc...

animals that have white fur, including pol

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