Q. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words "Wednesday," "Friday," or "Sunday"?
A. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
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Q. What starts with “e,” ends with “e,” and contains one letter?
A. An envelope.
Q: The man who made it doesn’t want it. The man who bought it doesn’t need it. The man who needs it doesn’t know it. What am I talking about?
A: A coffin.
Q: How far can a fox run into a grove?
A: Only halfway—then he’s running out of it!
Q. There are three apples on a table and you take away two of them. How many apples do you have now?
A. Two, of course!
Q: Yellow I look and massive I weigh. In the morning I come to brighten your day. What am I?
A: A school bus.
Q: What do you break before you use it?
A: An egg!
A: I hear invoices!
Stephen Pickering, Marshall, Michigan
Q. I have hundreds of wheels, but move, I do not.
Call me what I am: Call me a lot.
What am I?
A. A parking garage/”lot”