• During which month do people sleep the least? (Answer: February (there are usually fewer nights in February).
  • A man pushes his car to a hotel and tells the owner he’s bankrupt. Why? (Answer: He’s playing Monopoly)
  • A sundial has the fewest moving parts of any timepiece. Which has the most?(An hourglass—It has thousands of grains of sand)
  • What makes this number unique: 8,549,176,320? (It has each number, zero through nine, listed in alphabetical order.)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger has a long one. Michael J. Fox has a short one. Madonna does not use hers. Bill Clinton always uses his. The Pope never uses his. What is it? (Their surname)
  • A man was walking in the rain. He was in the middle of nowhere. He had nothing and nowhere to hide. He came home all wet, but not a single hair on his head was wet. Why is that? (The man was bald.) 
  • Paul’s height is six feet, he’s an assistant at a butcher’s shop, and wears size 9 shoes. What does he weigh? (Meat.)
  • You’re escaping a maze, and there are three doors in front of you. The door on the left leads to a pit of lava. The door in the centre leads to a room filled with deadly gas. The door on the right leads to a lion that hasn’t eaten in three months. Which door do you choose? (The door on the right. A lion that hasn’t eaten in three months would be dead.)
  • You are in a place called Wally’s World and there is only one law. There is a mirror, but no reflection. There is pizza with cheese, but not sausage. There is pepper, but no salt. There is a door, yet no entrance or exit. What is the law? (Each word in Wally’s World must contain double letters.)
  • The person who makes it has no need for it. The person who purchases it does not use it. The person who does use it does not know he or she is. What is it? (A coffin.)
  • An Arab sheik is old and must leave his fortune to one of his two sons. He makes a proposition: Both sons will ride their camels in a race, and whichever camel crosses the finish line LAST will win the fortune for its owner. During the race, the two brothers wander aimlessly for days, neither willing to cross the finish line. In desperation, they ask a wise man for advice. He tells them something; then the brothers leap onto the camels and charge toward the finish line. What did the wise man say? (The rules of the race were that the owner of the camel that crosses the finish line last wins the fortune. The wise man simply told them to switch camels.) 
  • What has cities, but no houses; forests, but no trees; and water, but no fish? (A map)
  • If I am holding a bee, what do I have in my eye? (Beauty. Because beauty is in the eye of the beholder (bee holder).
  • You’re in a dark room with a candle, a wood stove, and a gas lamp. You only have one match, so what do you light first? (The match.)
  • Which tire doesn’t move when a car turns right? (A spare tire.)