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I just heard this one and I like it:

One lonely night, a king, queen, princess, prince and driver get on a bus. a king, queen, princess, prince and a driver get off. who is left?

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Well, I've heard this one before.

The KNIGHT

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I just heard this one and I like it:

One lonely night, a king, queen, princess, prince and driver get on a bus. a king, queen, princess, prince and a driver get off. who is left?

I like this one, but it doesn't work well when it's written. I wonder if there's a way to write this so it has no flaws...

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I like this one, but it doesn't work well when it's written. I wonder if there's a way to write this so it has no flaws...

I couldn't think of one.

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The queen and/or princess gave birth to a baby on the bus, and the infant/s are left on board.

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Night as Night and not as Knight ,

I would say one set of king , queen , prince , princess , driver got off and another set got in .

So it would be the same number. The OP does not specify whether the bus travelled . So my solution could be possible. :)

And even if Night is considered as Knight , he was not lonely(in the sense not alone). ;)

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This is dumb, but here goes. The king and queen are left, because the prince and princess found 2 playing cards (a king and a queen) on the bus and took them with them when they left.

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I just heard this one and I like it:

One lonely night, a king, queen, princess, prince and driver get on a bus. a king, queen, princess, prince and a driver get off. who is left?

this is easier orally, and reminds me of the old saying...

Once a king always a king, but once a night is enough!

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The queen and/or princess gave birth to a baby on the bus, and the infant/s are left on board.

I can't believe they left the infants behind! Shame on the royals!

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I just heard this one and I like it:

One lonely night, a king, queen, princess, prince and driver get on a bus. a king, queen, princess, prince and a driver get off. who is left?

another silly answer: They're all left because they all get off on riding buses.

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i don't think this is fair actually...u have written night.....well, anyways....the written form of this puzzle doesn't work in my opinion....

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the one lonely night/knight

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I just heard this one and I like it:

One lonely night, a king, queen, princess, prince and driver get on a bus. a king, queen, princess, prince and a driver get off. who is left?

Depends whose right on the night :lol:

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