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Subject: The Answer to this riddle could save your life.

You are on a horse, galloping at a constant speed. On your right side

is a sharp drop off, and on your left side is an elephant traveling at the

same speed as you. Directly in front of you is a galloping kangaroo and

your horse is unable to overtake it. Behind you is a lion running at

the same speed as you and the Kangaroo. What must you do to safely get out

of this highly dangerous situation?

If you do not know, see answer below.

Get your drunk a$$ off the merry-go-round!

I got this e-mail today and I just laughed my butt off. Thought I would share. :D

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Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha he he he he he he he ha ha ha ha ha... Thanks. I needed a good laugh!

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The logical part of me was trying to figure it out. I need to let loose and just have fun. :lol:

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Ha ha :) I was really trying to take this seriously too ! :lol:

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Oh don't worry, so was I!! I think that's what makes this so funny. I mean I was really trying to figure this out and thought it was some really serious like mind-bender riddle. Then when I saw the punch line I nearly fell off my chair laughing.

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For me the mind bending part was figuring out it was a joke, not a riddle. I thought, none of those animals go the same speed, this must be a joke ... :lol: The answer was still hyserical!

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Someone sent me this e-mail too, last month sometime, and I thought it was one of the funniest I had read in a long time- if not ever!!! Love it :lol:

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That is AWESOME!!!! Can't wait to send it out -- my friends are going to bust-a-gut. Then send an e-mail to me chewing my *ss out for getting them!

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Thank you thank you thank you! I definitely needed this today!! Hilarious!

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