## Loses Its Head Every Morning

What loses its head every morning only to get it back every night?

A pillow.

## Whelming Rebus

What does this represent?

1 3 5 7 9 ----------- WHELMING

Overwhelming odds.

## Counting Squares

How many squares of any size are in this grid?

30.

There are:

16 1×1 squares

9 2×2 squares

4 3×3 squares

1 4×4 square (the whole shape)

Hence, 16 + 9 + 4 + 1 = 30.

## The Most Impressive Boundary

The most impressive boundary’s not a wall.

It’s not a manufactured thing at all.

Moving towards it won’t reduce the gap

and nothing marks its presence on a map.

The horizon.

By Sef Daystrom

## Four Nines To Make a Hundred

How can you make four 9’s equal 100?

99 9/9 = 100

## Betcha Find a Chocolate

Laura saw that there were three pieces of candy left in a bowl on the kitchen table. She knew they were either chocolates or caramels but didnâ€™t know how many there were of each. What is the probability that there is a piece of chocolate candy in the bowl?

7/8.

The possible combinations are:

1. Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate

2. Caramel Caramel Caramel

3. Chocolate Chocolate Caramel

4. Caramel Caramel Chocolate

5. Chocolate Caramel Caramel

6. Caramel Chocolate Chocolate

7. Chocolate Caramel Chocolate

8. Caramel Chocolate Caramel

Number 2 is the only one that doesn’t have chocolate, thus Laura’s love of chocolate will more than likely be satiated.

## Twist and Dance

I love to twist and dance.

Though wingless, I fly high in the sky.

What am I?

A kite.

## The Average of Three

There are three numbers. The first two are 2/3 and 3/4.

What does the third number have to be to make the average of all three be 2?

4 7/12

In order for the average of three numbers to be 2, they must all add up to 6. That gives you this equation:

2/3 + 3/4 + n = 6

Solve for n = 55/12, or 4 7/12.

## The Thinner It Grows

You use me from your head to your toes.

The more you use the thinner it grows.

For years I was not often used,

Not using me now is not excused.

Soap.