Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Smug Owls by Runaway Parade Games

Have you ever had a kid tell you a nonsensical joke then they laugh hysterically at the nonsensical answer they made up? Package that in a party game from Runaway Parade Games and call it Smug Owls. The game utilizes cards to create random riddles and players race to come up with an answer. Your answer can be real or goofy, it just has to be quick! Keep that in mind as you enter to win this copy!

Holiday Giveaway 2023 – Smug Owls Game

190 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Smug Owls by Runaway Parade Games

  1. Open me every day for something that can’t be beat. Behind each of the doors, you will discover a tasty treat. What am I?

      1. That’s the one! I love how matter-of-fact they always were with the ridiculous riddles, as if there was no other solution possible….. 😛

      1. Yup! And of course the message that everyone agreed was the only possible thing to be gleaned from the previous three riddles (a ballpoint banana, a sparrow with a machine gun, and Russian people) was that a Russian was going to slip on a banana peel and fatally break their neck…..

  2. Q: The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?
    A. Time(?)

    What kind of people are always in a hurry?
    A. Russians (Rush-ans)

    1. Is the picture on any of your social media accounts ? Are you logged into Facebook, Twitter/X, Meta/Facebook/Instagram or any other social media? Do you have this picture in your email (Gmail, etc) If so – check that site– and check your privacy settings — Do you have settings that allow your identity to be shared across platforms?

      To fix this log out of any social media that has this picture & try clearing your cache of all cookies.

      I often use separate browsers so that social media sites are on their own browsers & don’t get to track & interact with the other pages I use.

    1. >How is a raven like a writing desk?>

      Bonus points for the Alice in Wonderland allusion…. though I don’t recall the answer…. (had to go google it, so I’ll leave someone else to answer it)

  3. A man was driving a black truck. His lights were not on. The moon was not out. A lady was crossing the street. How did the man see her?

    1. At first, I was going to say “0”, but then I thought about it more and it is 1, 2, and 3.
      (1×2=3+3=6; 1+2=3+3=6)

  4. This one is a bit tougher…

    The person who makes it, sells it. The person who buys it, never uses it. The person who uses it, never knows they’re using it. What is it?

    1. Because he was cool is a good answer, but according to my Penguin biscuit wrapper, it’s “Because he was an ice-guy”.

  5. Lily is a lilypad in a small pond. Lilly doubles her size each day, On the 20th day she covers the whole pond. On what day was Lily half the size of the pond?

    1. Theoretically the answer is:

      2; one to hold the bulb and one to rotate the universe.

      but I have also seen:

      “4. one to take the bulb and three to determine a reference frame in that room rotates.”

      and the snarkier
      ” None, that’s the work of engineers.”

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