Oh, genius!
I want to say correct just for the link, Harald, but that wouldn't be right.
I guess this one was a bit hard, so here comes the answer:
Ask either one of them what the other person would say when you ask which door to enter. Whatever answer, you can now enter the opposite door.

Just so there's no confusion.
Liar: Lie and say opposite of the right door, since the other person would say the truth.
Honest person: Say that the liar would say the wrong door, since he/she lies.

A little simpler one, hopefully:
A guy named Ray walked into a bar, and bragged on about a bet he made.
He told that he was on a field trip with a couple of his friends in the woods.
As they were sitting near the fire at midnight, he made a bet that exactly a week later it wouldn't be sunny. How could he be so sure that he would win the bet?

Well, to become President, they must meet a number of other requirements; the obvious are to win the presidential election and take the oath of office. I think the answer is meant to be trickier than that, though...

3. One to hold the bulb, and two to spin the chair.

You're flying a plane going 93 mph north. The wind is blowing at 27 mph southeast. The combined wieght of the plane is 25 and a half tons. The plane flies over Chicago at 2:47 p.m. then flies over Boston at 3:39 p.m.. What is the driver's name?

The answer to SBinator's is iRock, because I'm flying the plane. Also, I have a riddle!

Ok, here goes...

Think of words that end in "-GRY." "Angry" and "hungry" are two of them. There are three words in the English language. What is the third? If you've read closely, I've already told you.

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I want to say correct just for the link, Harald, but that wouldn't be right.

I guess this one was a bit hard, so here comes the answer:

Ask either one of them what the other person would say when you ask which door to enter. Whatever answer, you can now enter the opposite door.

Just so there's no confusion.

Liar: Lie and say opposite of the right door, since the other person would say the truth.

Honest person: Say that the liar would say the wrong door, since he/she lies.

A little simpler one, hopefully:

A guy named Ray walked into a bar, and bragged on about a bet he made.

He told that he was on a field trip with a couple of his friends in the woods.

As they were sitting near the fire at midnight, he made a bet that exactly a week later it wouldn't be sunny. How could he be so sure that he would win the bet?

(sorry, limozeen moment there.)

Anyway, there's no sun at midnight, so it won't be sunny.

Very, very simple. The bus simply (heh) stopped to let the passengers off before it turned around.

Weeblerjake: When it crashes, it's a wreck?

GiaB: Either the passengers got off at a bus stop, or it was a big hole in it so the passengers fell off.

because they all got married on the bus:D I is smarterer

singlepassenger, there were 20!!Here's another one: According to the U.S. Constitution, five conditions must be met in order for that person to become president. He or she must:

What is the fifth condition?

becomePresident, they must meet a number of other requirements; the obvious are to win the presidential election and take the oath of office. I think the answer is meant to be trickier than that, though...Easy, win the election.

Definitely 23. I would much prefer spoons, though; you only need 13 of those, and the handling is much smoother.

Crap, yes. Okay, another one.

Bob drove to Maryland to New York without realizing he had a flat tire, but got there with four tires safely inflated. How?

Well, either his spare was deflated, or one of the tires he was using was deflated and he had a "safely inflated" spare.

sorry, the awnswear was none, snakes dont have armpits.

Aw, I should've guessed.

As sure as chickens don't have lips!

No, But Daaaaaaaamn, Your diet mis unhealthier than MINE!

To quote the famous comedianphilosopher Brian Regan:

"My doctor told me to get more fruit in my diet...so I started eating Pop-Tarts."

How many idiots does it take to screw in a light bulb?

afterhe broke one and we had to leave the room for a while...You're flying a plane going 93 mph north. The wind is blowing at 27 mph southeast. The combined wieght of the plane is 25 and a half tons. The plane flies over Chicago at 2:47 p.m. then flies over Boston at 3:39 p.m.. What is the driver's name?

Ok, here goes...

Think of words that end in "-GRY." "Angry" and "hungry" are two of them. There are three words in the English language. What is the third? If you've read closely, I've already told you.

Good luck!

-iRock

ALTERNATE SOLUTION: 300. One to hold the bulb and 299 to turn the house.