Mr. Kevin and the children in the neighborhood are raking leaves at Mr. Kevin’s house. They have three piles of leaves in the backyard, and seven piles of leaves in the front yard. When Mr. Kevin and the children put all the piles together, how many piles will they have?
As Kevin boarded his flight to Israel, he noticed an old acquaintance at the back of the plane. He shouted a greeting to his friend by name, then knocked on the cockpit door to say hello to one of the pilots who was also a friend. Several minutes later, Kevin was arrested. Why?
The friend was named Jack, so he said “Hi, Jack!”
Two sisters are we. One is dark and one is fair. In twin towers dwelling we’re quite the pair. One from land and one from sea. Tell us truly, who are we?
Salt and pepper
Kevin and Kevin played chess. They played 7 games. Each won the same number of games, and there weren’t any draws or stalemates. How could this happen?
They weren’t playing each other.
Professor Kevin was giving a lecture on the life of aristocrats in the 19th century. “It was during a large festive gathering of nobility,” began Kevin, “when a fairly common occurrence took place. The queen suddenly attacked and killed the king. The crowd watched the entire scene, and then casually continued their party. In what situation in the 19th century would a crowd be so casual about the queen killing the king?”
Kevin was bragging about his church’s baseball team. He said, “Three of our players hit home runs, and two of those home runs were hit with the bases loaded. Our guys won 9-0, and not a single man crossed home plate.” How is this possible?
They were all married
I sit in a corner and travel around the world. What am I?
What loses its head in the morning and gets it back at night?
Where can you finish a book before you finish a sentence?