Fun Facts, Epic Fails, Dad Jokes, Riddles
and other random shits-and-giggles
Previously, in Issue 1 of AE magazine we had a few riddles that we thought were quite amusing and quirky, so we got you guys to try them out and see if you could fool someone. If you didn’t see it in the magazine and this is your first time, before you read the answers, give the riddles a go now and see how confused you get.
1) What weighs more, a tonne of lead or a tonne of feathers?
2) If you are driving at 70 kilometres per hour, how long will it take to travel 70 kilometres?
3) If there are 30 cows in a paddock and twenty ate chickens, how many didnt?
4) A mum has 7 daughters, each of them has a brother, how many children does she have?
1) Neither weighs more than the other – because a tonne of feathers = a tonne and a tonne of lead = a tonne. DURR!
2) One hour. This one’s easy, but it’s funny to see the select few who get fooled by it, take a look at the video below for a good solid example – it made us laugh.
3) Two. This one only works when you say it aloud, because twenty ate chickens sounds like 28 chickens, which sends your brain into scatter mode. Try this one on a friend, you’ll be surprised.
4) Eight. EACH of them has a brother (singular, not “have brothers”) which means they all share the same one brother. 7 daughters, 1 brother, 8 kids. M I N D B L O W N.
Weed like to tell you a Methy story
In case you hadn’t heard this story already, a driver was arrested using vice grips to steer an unregistered vehicle while unlicensed and unaware clearly of his stupidity. VICE GRIPS! Someone get this guy a contract as a Hollywood stunt Driver. Oh, and he tested positive for using Meth and Cannabis. Methed up right?
For Christmas I asked God for a bike, but I know he doesn’t work that way…
so I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness!
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