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Riddle:

There are 2 ducks in front of 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks behind 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks beside 2 other ducks. How many ducks are there?

Answer:

Just four, in a square formation.

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Riddle:

If there are four sheep, two dogs and one herds-men, how many feet are there?

Answer:

Two. Sheep have hooves; dogs have paws; only people have feet.

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Riddle:

No matter how little or how much you use me, you change me every month. What am I?

Answer:

A Calendar.

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Riddle:

What can go up and come down without moving?

Answer:

The temperature.

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Riddle:

Why can't a pirate ever finish the alphabet?

Answer:

Because he always gets lost at sea!

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Riddle:

While on my way to St. Ives, I saw a man with 7 wives. Each wife had 7 sacks. Each sack had 7 cats. Each cat had 7 kittens. Kitten, cats, sacks, wives, How many were going to St. Ives?

Answer:

Just one, me.

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Riddle:

What did one math book say to the other math book?

Answer:

Do you want to hear my problems?

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Riddle:

I'm found in socks, scarves and mittens. I'm found in the paws of playful kittens. What am I?

Answer:

Yarn.

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Riddle:

A cloud was my mother, the wind is my father, my son is the cool stream, and my daughter is the fruit of the land. A rainbow is my bed, the earth my final resting place, and I'm the torment of man. Who Am I?

Answer:

Rain.

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Riddle:

I am six letters. When you take one away I am twelve. What am I?

Answer:

The word Dozens.

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