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Riddle:

How do you communicate with a monster that lives on the seabed?

Answer:

Drop him a line.

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Riddle:

What kind of sandwich sinks to the bottom of the tub?

Answer:

A submarine sandwich!

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Riddle:

How did the court know the judge was ready for bed?

Answer:

He was wearing his robe.

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Riddle:

What animal has no wings, but yet will fly?

Answer:

A caterpillar has no wings, but will fly when it matures and becomes a butterfly.

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Riddle:

What animal probably likes doors?

Answer:

A doormouse.

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Riddle:
Five hundred begins it, five hundred ends it, Five in the middle is seen; First of all figures, the first of all letters, Take up their stations between. Join all together, and then you will bring Before you the name of an eminent king.
Answer:
David (Roman numerals).
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Riddle:

It goes through the door
without pinching

It sits on the stove
without burning

It sits on the table
Not ashamed

Answer:

The Sun

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Riddle:

What did the pen say to the paper?

Answer:

Lets run away and WRITE

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Riddle:

Gods' arrows cannot be counted

Answer:

rain

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Riddle:

Why did Silly Sarah race to the bathroom?

Answer:

Her boyfriend told her he'd left a ring in the tub.

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