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LGBARIDDLE: A frog flew by drinking RED-BULL. Then, how did a snake fly?

Mathematics
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SAURAVSHAKYA RIDDLE :P

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is it related to 'maths' ?
Dont think so
how is it an LGBARIDDLE
by eating the frog !
a frog gained wings
@ganeshie8 very correct
wth
it was picked up by a hawk. i win ^.-
Then, how did a hawk fly?
lol
hawk always flies dont have to drink/eat anything lol
dude a hawk has friggn WINGS. tats hw the hawk flies
very correct
lol so i win
Thanks saurav..
Its alright
So, where do we post riddles?
IF it is related to MATHS then you can post them here... IF it is related to PHYSICS post it there in physics section and so on
well I should ask mods what in the case of 'reasoning' ones...

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