A traveller comes to a fork in the road. In the way of either path stands a giant, blocking the way. As the traveller approaches the fork, he sees a sign that says, "One path leads to paradise, the other to a living Hell. Each one of these giants has a message for to tell. You have but a single question, in which you now must ask. But it must be the same for each, or else you fail the task. One giant, being from paradise, tells you all the truth, the other one, of Hell-on-Earth, will speak nothing but lies. So when you ask your final question, be sure to choose it wise." The traveller, not wanting to screw-up and land in Hell-on-Earth, turns to go back the way he came. However, he does so only to find the road gone, replaced by nothing but open field all around and as far as his eyes could see. So he turns back to the giants, asks his question, and goes off to paradise. What question did he ask? ;D
In the valley of the green glass door. There is a pool but no water, apples but no grapes, a school but no learning, trees but no branches, teeth but no mouths, and mirrors but no reflections. What is allowed in the green glass door?
There was a man walking in the pouring rain with no umbrella, hat, hood, anything. He walked for two miles home, pouring the whole time, yet his hair didn't get wet. Why is that?