A riddle: What is 3/7 chicken, 2/3 cat and 1/2 goat?
Just for fun
The answer is Chicago.
Take the first three letters from chicken, the first two from cat and the first two from goat.
That was an easy one, it's Chicago. Now try finding a word that rhymes with "ORANGE"? I won't hold my breath waiting on an answer
by august28 13 years ago
i am the smallest square nuber that has the factors 2 and 3. what number am i?
by SIJO1 13 years ago
Is it to be better to be on google at top of page 3 or on bottom of page 2?
by Sam Azgor 9 years ago
by lita36 14 years ago
how do you get started?
by IRISHHUBPAGES 13 years ago
A question for a genius like you.If 2+3=10 and 7+2=63 and 6+5=66 and 8+4=96 then 9+7=?
by pinkhawk 13 years ago
care for a riddle? "I am much taller when sitting than standing..who am I?"..for fun.. a riddle to ponder to warm up your mind!
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