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Houses can't (usually) jump.
It was their spare? 
A fish!!! 
Well, pants would cost £25, as would a thong. A g-string would probably cost £35, but lingerie would be £40. Boxer shorts would be a ridiculous £55!
Well, Omid forgot to mention that my clothing shop caters for rather specialist tastes. Ben bought my Rubber Boxer Shorts, so I managed to get away with charging him £85. 
There is no letter 'a' to be found in the word 'numbers'. 
A hundred and one
To what question can you never answer "yes"? 
I have a special one for "Chapman the biodiesel"."Which English word is not in the English dictionary?"
Quote from: John Chapman on 20/05/2010 07:23:46Well, Omid forgot to mention that my clothing shop caters for rather specialist tastes. Ben bought my Rubber Boxer Shorts, so I managed to get away with charging him £85.  45 pounds
Quote from: Geezer on 23/05/2010 01:59:08I have a special one for "Chapman the biodiesel"."Which English word is not in the English dictionary?"At first I thought it might be 'biodiesel' and it's not included in the Oxford English. But it is in the Cambridge Online. So now I'm stumped. By the way, I have been addressed as 'John the Bio' by a few people at work. I keep trying to establish the nickname 'John the highly intelligent and quite good looking as well' but for some reason it hasn't stuck. Actually, I'm addressed in a whole variety of ways but 'John the Bio' is one of the few that's fit to print!
The word I had in mind was "gullible".(He said, quickly retreating into his underground bunker.)
The word I had in mind was "gullible".
Quote from: Geezer on 23/05/2010 20:31:26The word I had in mind was "gullible".Sorry, omid this one [:-'(]I can be short and sometimes hot.When displayed, I rarely impress.What am I? 
I think this problem is overintellectualizing
Only 3 words are in the English dictionary.Also there are many questions that nobody can answer "yes" to; the usual answer to this riddle is "what does N O spell?".There are lots of other possible answers like "who many beans make 5?" or "what's my middle name?".
What's so special about the following sentence?A big cuddly dog emitted fierce growls, happily ignoring joyful kids licking minute nuts on pretty queer rotten smelly toadstools underneath vampires who x-rayed young zombies
What's so peculiar about this sentence?I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality, counterbalancing indecipherability, transcendentalizes intercommunications' incomprehensibleness. 
Thank goodness. An easy one for me....A, B, C, D... etc.
Hi OmidI think you might have already given us this puzzle. So I don't know why it's not been answered quicker.The answer, I believe, is COAL. 
is it nails (finger and toe)?Here's a picture of mine, just to illustrate the point.[attachment=12137][attachment=12137]
We're all stumped on this one. I think you'd better give us a clue because this threads ground to a halt.Go on, OmidGive us a clueGive us a clueGive us a clue
A blackboard! + CHALK
I could gamble on the answer to that