Sunday, January 03, 2010

Riddles for commenter

Riddles:

There is a dead man in a room with 53 bicycles. How did he die?

A man walks into a restaraunt and orders Albatross. He takes one bite, goes outside and kills himself. Why?

A man walks into his building and presses the button for his floor in the elevator. He immediately knows his wife is dead. How?


Now chickies, I am in Colorado so updating will be hard. But leave answers in the comments and I'll be checking in.
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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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6:41 AM  
OpenID mellowblonde said...

1. He was shot by Mr. Pink in the library.
2. His netflix account had expired.
3. He got a text message.

What did I win?

4:08 PM  
Blogger Justin said...

1. He was cheating at poker.
2. The man realized that he had eaten a person, while trapped or shipwrecked somewhere. He was told that the person he ate was actually Albatross. One bite from Albatross and he knows it was not what he ate while shipwrecked/trapped.
3. His wife is on life support. And the elevator isn't working because the power is off. He knows his wife couldn't survive.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

53 bicycles? Real ones?

Is there really a restaurant that serves albatross? And if so, why would he order it after he ate it when he was trapped? Wouldn't it bring back bad memories? And also, isn't it gross? (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/10/091028090528.htm)

And why doesn't this couple have an emergency generator installed if they have in-home life support? What was the husband thinking when he set that up? What caused the power outage? Was it just a coincidence that the husband was out when it happened? Or were we made to think it was a coincidence?

You've opened so many more questions for me. How will I get to sleep?

1:43 AM  

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