Thursday, January 25, 2007

I'm not sure this is a fair question

There are a few trees in a garden. On one of them, a pear tree, there are pears (quite logical). But after a strong wind blew, there were neither pears on the tree nor on the ground. How come?


  1. There were two pears on it to begin with. One was blown off. So, there was only pear on tree and pear on ground, but not pears.

  2. And I thought no one would get this one. Nice job, Richard! With one pear on the ground and one pear on the tree, there were no pears to be found.

  3. Once three people went to bring lemons.They brought three lemons.Their relations are as follow:
    Two of themare mother-daughter and two of them are mother and daughter.
    So this means they are four people.How will they share 3 lemons with each other??

  4. there r only 3 people ,not 4


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