I am a food, I have only thr...
[5085] I am a food, I have only thr... - I am a food, I have only three letters in my name; Leave the first, I still sound the same. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 32 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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I am a food, I have only thr...

I am a food, I have only three letters in my name; Leave the first, I still sound the same. What am I?
Correct answers: 32
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #riddles
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A lawyer was on vacation in a...

A lawyer was on vacation in a small farming town. While walking through the streets on a quiet Sunday morning, he came upon a large crowd gathered by the side of the road.
Going by instinct, the lawyer figured that there was some sort of auto collision. He was eager to get to the injured parties but couldn't get near the car. Being a clever sort, he started shouting loudly, "Let me through! Let me through! I am the son of the victim."
The crowd made way for him. Lying in front of the car was a donkey.
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Velcro

In 1978, Velcro, the hook-and-loop fastener patent expired, releasing the design to manufacture of imitations. It was developed by Swiss engineer Georges de Mestral, who noticed how thistle burrs clung to his clothing during a hike in the mountains. Using a microscope, he discovered their natural hook-like shape. From 1948, he worked with a local weaver from a textile plant to design a “locking tape.” The important discovery was accidental - that nylon, when sewn under ultraviolet light, formed industructable hooks. Velcro uses two tapes, one with stiff “hooks” like the burrs which clings to the second tape with soft “loops” like the fabric of his pants. The trademarked name Velcro comes from “vel” or velvet and “cro” from the French word crochet which means hook.«
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