Take away the first letter, take away the last letter, then take away all the other letters. What do you have left?
Anyone else can answer as well. hmmmm?
Hmm, this is a good one. I'll have to stew over it.
It's certainly not the postal service because then they wouldn't exist.
Also, I've left nothing because because I HAVE all the letters.
So, my guess is that I have all the letters.
Does this make me a postman?
LOL Actually you did almost get that. One is left with the mailman, postman
Another one for ya.
If you have 4 melons in one hand, and 7 apples in the other - What do you have?
You got it!
A Hammer and a Nail cost $31. If the Hammer cost $30 more than the Nail, what is the cost of each?
if you have one huge green ball in one hand and one huge green ball in other - what have you got ?
You got the jolly green giant by the balls LOL
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