Riddle #2 – Chicken, Cat, Goat

What is

3/7 chicken,

2/3 cat,

and 2/4 goat?


And while you’re here, check out these 10 facts about Chicago!

Nicknames: Chicago is often referred to as the “Windy City”, though the origins of this nickname have more to do with its historically boisterous politicians than its weather.

Architecture: Chicago is renowned for its architecture, including iconic structures like the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) which was the tallest building in the world when completed in 1973.

Chicago Fire: In 1871, the Great Chicago Fire devastated the city, but the tragedy led to strict fire safety codes and the birth of its famous skyscrapers.

Food: Chicago is famous for its deep-dish pizza and Chicago-style hot dogs, which traditionally are topped with yellow mustard, chopped white onions, sweet pickle relish, a dill pickle spear, tomato slices, pickled sport peppers, and a dash of celery salt – but never ketchup!

The “L” train system (short for “elevated”) is Chicago’s primary method of public transportation. It reaches both the city and some suburbs.

Waterway: The Chicago River is unique in that its flow was reversed in the early 20th century to divert pollution away from Lake Michigan, the city’s primary freshwater source.

Festivals: Chicago hosts one of the world’s largest food festivals, the Taste of Chicago, annually.

Music: The city is a major hub for blues music and hosts the annual Chicago Blues Festival. Artists like Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy helped shape its iconic blues sound.

Theatre: Chicago boasts a vibrant theater scene, with renowned venues like the Steppenwolf Theatre and Goodman Theatre. It’s also the birthplace of improvisational comedy, with institutions like The Second City.

Sports: Chicago has passionate sports fans and is home to major sports teams, including the Chicago Cubs (MLB), Chicago Bears (NFL), Chicago Bulls (NBA), Chicago Blackhawks (NHL), and Chicago Fire (MLS).

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