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1. You have 12 black socks and 12 white socks mixed up in a drawer. The lights are out and it's too dark to tell them apart. What is the smallest number of socks you need to take out (blindly) to be sure of having a matching pair?  (Answer:  Three socks. If the first sock is black, the second one could be black, in which case you have a matching pair. If it's white, by picking one more sock will give you a matching pair)

2. Here is the Roman Numeral for nine: lX.  By adding only one line or symbol, how can you turn it into six? (Answer:  SIX)
3. A rooster lays an egg at the very top of a slanted roof. Which side of the roof is the egg going to roll off? (Answer: Neither, roosters don’t lay eggs)
4. John's mother has 3 children: one is named April, one is named May, what is the 3rd one named (Answer:  Since there are 3 children and the first two are named April and May, the third child must be named John)


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