# What connects a bird, a childrens’ toy, and a mode of transport? [closed]

Here is the riddle: “What connects a bird, a childrens’ toy, and a mode of transport?”

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My answer would have to be

Superman ... "It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman!"

• Welcome to Puzzling SE @dakotadouglas! (Take the tour if you haven’t already!) That is a great first answer. Can you elaborate a bit more on how it fits the clues? In particular, I’m not sure how that answer fits with “children’s toy” – PiIsNot3 Mar 27 at 21:23
• Superman is a popular children’s toy, since a lot of Superman merchandise has been made over the decades. – Rewan Demontay Mar 27 at 22:16

Going for the Monkey Island Solution:

A rubber chicken with a pulley inside

1. it's a chicken (bird)

2. it's a kids toy (toy)

3. you can use the pulley on a zip wire (transport)

• Monkey island?? – Magic Octopus Urn Mar 28 at 17:15
• mobygames.com/images/promo/original/1469759993-2253442224.jpg – Smock Mar 28 at 17:18
• If anything I have more questions, but fair enough. – Magic Octopus Urn Mar 28 at 17:19
• @MagicOctopusUrn Half a billion monkeys with typewriters will produce arbitrary strings of letters one of which will contain a valid answer to this puzzle. Now if you gather the monkeys on an island... wait I've re-checked, if you start with half a billion, you will most likely end up with a few dozens of valid answers. – Arnaud Mortier Mar 29 at 7:58
• @ArnaudMortier I figured you'd just have a bunch of starving and/or cannibal monkeys. – Magic Octopus Urn Mar 29 at 12:15