What is This **Fruit**?

I am a **fruit**. If you had two of me, I would sound just the same. If you rearrange my letters, it could be a crime. Add me to a montage and I can become a different **fruit**. Remove my head and you can still listen; take away the end and I can still be eaten. Without a piece of the center, I am still a word; take away all
of the middle and I am just an acronym. What am I?

A one seeded **fruit**

A one-seeded **fruit** I may be, but all of your calendars are full of me. What am I?

A Man **Leaves** Home

A man **leaves** home and turns three times, only to return home facing two people wearing masks. Who are they?

The More You Take the More You **Leave**

Head But No Body

I **have** a head but no body, a heart but no blood. Just **leaves** and no **branches**, I grow without wood. What am I?

Celebrity **Have** and Havenots

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s is really long. Michael J. Fox’s is really short. Mickey Mouse’s isn’t human. Madonna doesn’t **have** one. What is it?

If I **have** it, I don't share it

Elephants at the pool

365 Apples

Twist and Turn

An Egg to a Friend

Mike has some chickens that **have** been laying him plenty of eggs. He wants to give away his eggs to several of his friends, but he wants to give them all the same number of eggs. He figures out that he needs to give 7 of his friends eggs for them to get the same amount, otherwise there is 1 extra egg left.
What is the least number of eggs he needs for this to be true?

Nonstop Trains

A nonstop train **leaves** Moscow for Leningrad at 60 mph. Another nonstop train **leaves** Leningrad for Moscow at 40 mph. How far apart are the trains 1 hour before they pass each other?

The Four Jugs Riddle

In a recreational activity, you are given four different jars of 2 liters, 4 liters, 6 liters and 8 liters respectively with an unlimited water supply. Then you are asked to measure exactly 5 liters of water using them.
How will you do it?

5 Gallons and 3 Gallons.

There is a 5 gallon and a 3 gallon bottle. You also **have** a hose with unlimited water. How are you gonna make the 5 gallon **have** 4 gallons using your items?
(You don't know the exact dimensions of a gallon)

The Bus Stop

You are driving down the road in your car on a wild, stormy night, when you pass by a bus stop and you see three people waiting for the bus:
1. An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
2. An old friend who once saved your life.
3. The perfect partner you **have** been dreaming about.
Knowing that there can only be one passenger in the car, who would you choose?

The Hourglasses

If you **have** an 11 minute and 13 minute hourglass, how can you accurately time 15 minutes?

Only Increases...

The Math Lessons

Ben has math lessons 4 times a week. If he has math 8:00 Monday, 9:20 on Tuesday, 10:40 on Wednesday, and 1:20 on Friday, when does Ben **have** math on Thursday?

Keys But No Lock

I **have** a home and a big space, I **have** keys but I **have** no locks, I **have** lots of letters but I **have** no mailbox. What am I?

The 15 Minutes Recipe

A recipe requires 15 minutes to cook. You **have** a 7 minutes hourglass and an 11 minutes hourglass with you. How will you measure 15 minutes using them?

The Short Cut and the Train

Walking home one day, you take a short cut along the train tracks. The tracks cross a narrow bridge over a deep gorge. At the point you are 3/8 of the way across the bridge, you hear the train whistle somewhere behind you. You charge across the bridge, and jump off the track as the train is about to run you down. As it happens, if you had gone the other way, you would **have** reached safety just before being run over as well. If you can run ten miles per hour, how fast is the train moving?

Something in My Eye

Google Riddles - The Surprise Box

You **have** 3 boxes. One of them contains a prize. You were allowed to pick just one of them.
You pick - and it's empty.
With 2 boxes left, you now **have** one box in your hand and another box in front of you. If given the chance to exchange your box with the box in front of you, would you do it? Why, and why not?
(The 'Google Riddles' are interview questions those who wish to get hired were asked).

The Benjamin Button Question

Michael was 13 years old in 1980 and 8 years old in 1985. How is it possible?

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