These are very fun, I was making them up in math class with my friend Alex. A problem goes sort of like this.

If Jack has five watermelons, and three grapes, what is his age in dog years?

So something silly like that. I have a few.

If Erik is sitting in an armchair in the middle of a road in Alberquerque, New Mexico, what is the chance of Daryl Strawberry getting struck by lightening?

If John has five cantaloupes, what is his intellect?

How many dollars do I have if you're a cat and I'm a goldfish?

Post away, darlings!

2. If heart equals blood, and blood equals human, and human equals brain, does heart equal brain?
(yes, according to the transitive property)

3. If all zips are zops, and all zops are zoops, are all zips zoops?

I think yes.

4. Std + Hepatitis = ?

5. If Larry has ten apples and Laurie has seven pineapples, how many dragonfruits does Leslie have?

6. what is the circumference of one hand clapping?

7. Originally Posted by Moon Skin Child

If Erik is sitting in an armchair in the middle of a road in Alberquerque, New Mexico, what is the chance of Daryl Strawberry getting struck by lightening?
The answer is: I've never been IN Albuquerque, never in an armchair there, and never in an armchair in the middle of the road there. Therefore, none.

8. Originally Posted by haejin11377
If all zips are zops, and all zops are zoops, are all zips zoops?

I think yes.
that sounds like a standard IQ test question.

9. Originally Posted by boredouttamind
If heart equals blood, and blood equals human, and human equals brain, does heart equal brain?
(yes, according to the transitive property)
only if you take each task as axiomatic, which you shouldn't.

If mark has 2 oranges and peter has 5 apples, and jose have 13 pears, how long will it take to get a food fight....

and for extra credit, will anyone eat this fruit salad?

10. Originally Posted by senrik
that sounds like a standard IQ test question.
It is.