I can fly but I have no wing...
[3615] I can fly but I have no wing... - I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 60 - The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic
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I can fly but I have no wing...

I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I?
Correct answers: 60
The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic.
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Two Women at the Pearly Gates

Two women are new arrivals at the pearly gates and are comparing stories on how they died.
Woman #1: I froze to death.
Woman #2: How horrible!
Woman #1: It wasn't so bad. After I quit shaking from the cold, I began to get warm and sleepy, and finally died a peaceful death. What about you?
Woman #2: I died of a massive heart attack. I suspected that my husband was cheating, so I came home early to catch him in the act. But instead, I found him all by himself in the den watching TV.
Woman #1: So what happened?
Woman #2: I was so sure there was another woman there somewhere that I started running all over the house looking. I ran up into the attic and searched, and down into the basement. Then I went through every closet and checked under all the beds. I kept this up until I had looked everywhere, and finally I became so exhausted that I just keeled over with a heart attack and died!
Woman #1: Too bad you didn't look in the freezer. We'd both still be alive.

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Michael Scott Montague Fordham

Born 4 Aug 1905; died 14 Apr 1995 at age 89.British analytical psychologist who applied Jungian analysis to the study of development in children. His research and writings produced a theory of the the processes of individuation in the childhood years that had formerly been lacking in Jungian thought. The concept of the self in childhood that he developed was revolutionary for Jungians and path breaking for child development, because at the time, modern research studies on infancy had not begun. Subsequent evidence accumulated from experimental and analytical sources has added further validity to his ideas about the dynamic of the self as an important feature of development.
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