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An old man read a report in his morning newspaper about a wealthy woman who had died of old age. "She was murdered!" he gasped. Then he carried on reading the rest of the newspaper. How did he know it was murder and why did he do nothing about it?


One bright sunny morning a man left his home. After some time he decided to return home and come back straightaway. When he got home he died. If he had not gone home so quickly he would have lived. What happened?


A young woman in a restaurant was approached by a tearful old lady who said, "You look so like my own daughterwho passed away last year. Could you do me a favor and say 'Goodbye, Mother' when I leave?"

The young woman happily agreed and said, "Goodbye, Mother" when the old lady left. Later, she got a shock. What was it?

I'll give points for creativity, but if you can get all three, you're a genius.

13 Answers

  • Phil
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    1. I don't think he killed her. That doesn't fit with the gasp. Ok, how about this. He was reading a review of a movie. He'd seen up to the where an attacker had planned a murder and was in the midst of carrying it out. He never saw if the plan was a success. The guy did nothing because it was fiction.

    2. This one made me think. I'll say that he sat in his car for a while in a closed garage. He filled his house with carbon monoxide and died from inhaling it when he returned. If he had come later, it would have had time to dissipate.

    3. The lady told the waiter that her daughter would pay her check. So the young woman got stuck with the bill.

  • 1 decade ago

    1. He murdered her.

    2. He got in a car accident and would of avoided it if he were later.

    3. The old lady told the waitress that her "daughter" would pick up her bill so when the woman said, "good-bye mother" the waitress believed that it was her mother and stuck her with the bill.

  • A
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    1. The old man murdered her.

    2. His house had an intruder.

    3. That was the daughter.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He killed her..or she wasn't as old as she looked, or he was the detective in charge?

    He was at the pub and crashed drink driving, or he was trying to out drive the feds, or he drove while tired and fell asleep at the wheel?

    She was her daughter, the old lady kneeled at her feet crying "why did you murder my husband-your daddy, or the old lady abused her for calling her mother because she has alziemers and forgot entirely what she asked her to do?

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  • norona
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    I stay in a extensive city and think of the police are doing a brilliant activity. Do I believe them? Huh? so some distance, i've got agreed with them in what they have stated to me... while something grow to be stated to me in any respect... like, "you have been dashing." Yup, I agreed. i'm unsure what variety of answer you're finding for with that question... Are they doing their activity? particular after which some. Are they slacking? no longer from my perspective... i do no longer ought to offer a narrative to "look after" my solutions. They do their jobs and that i do mine. i do no longer probably have that lots touch with the police, yet their severe visibility is muchly favored via me. 'particularly the place I stay and often ought to return homestead from artwork overdue at nighttime or wee a.m. as quickly as while i grow to be in long island, by using fact the subway practice i grow to be on grow to be pulling away, I observed a cop arresting some guy. I haven't any theory why. I haven't any theory how lots crime grow to be additionally taking place on the time. I haven't any theory what ever grew to become of the finished incident. I observed a bite of existence in a 2nd of time... basically such as you once you observed a cop "pulling somebody over for a broken taillight." by using fact it extremely is unlawful to force with a broken taillight - and hazardous, to boot - the cop did that motorist a want via calling that to his interest. i've got been pulled over for the comparable issue... i grow to be no longer ticketed, basically made conscious of the undeniable fact that my taillight mandatory changing. i'm 40 six.

  • 1 decade ago

    1. He killed the lady.

    2. He walk in on a robber.

    3. she had to pay the old lady's bill.

    Source(s): ME!!
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    well ia assume he was behind the whole thing or planeed her death out or it was his girlfriend or wife etc, and he also caried on if he really dident know who it was why would he even care etc??2--well apparenmtly our liitle riend in number 2 had some kind of heat stroke releated type of thing etcokay our friend in number three. h,, okay, the shock was she was actually the old bags daughter etc, or irs her step daughter etc. only makes, sense here

  • 1 decade ago

    1- if she wasn't murdered it wasn't on the 1st page of the newspaper

    2- car accident

    3- the young woman had to pay the bill of her "mother"..hahaha

  • 1 decade ago

    for the first one, i'd say that he was the murderer and didnt want to get caught, for the second one, i'd say that he had asthma, and went to fast... lol... and the third one, id say that the girl who looked like her daughter, really was her daughter...

    these are just random guesses... i cant think that straight... im blonde!!!

  • G L
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    1 he commited the murder

    2. his house caught on fire or a piano fell on his head

    3. her bill was very high, the cashier said that her "mother" had told her that you were paying for hers also

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