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Riddle:

The presence of himself is set in soft ground Awares in certain assets Illumed since the days of his youth. Who is it?

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Riddle:

When I am little, I have dots like eyes without a nose. Reach your fingers into the sky, if you were me and my ends were fingers, my left 3rd would rhyme with my right pinky. Somewhere in my middle is a popular response. The pathway of the heart is within me but a long cutie can be deadly for the heart. I'm popular with hands in the USA when I am slow. What am I?

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Riddle:

Many years ago, a group of friends and I were hiking through a dense forest near my home, when one of the group stopped and made a suggestion to everyone. Just as the last words left his mouth, we all scattered, and for the very first time, I saw It! It was bigger than most of us, and It was fast -- too fast for my friends, unfortunately. As I ran to try to hide from It, I heard the screams of my comrads behind me. It quickly closed in on them, eventually rendering each of them motionless, and helpless -- and at Its mercy! As I was hiding myself from It, I saw It grab and totally immobilize three more of my closest friends. It was relentless in Its pursuit. My heart raced within my chest as It approached my hiding place. I realized I was the last survivor, but was overmatched by Its speed and power. As It grabbed me, It growled three words at me!!! What were those three words?

Answer:

The three words were, “Tag, you’re It!” We stopped on our hike to play a game of Freeze Tag, and since I was the last one caught, my turn to be It was due.

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Riddle:

You buy it but never use it. You see it in your halls frequently, but you are fine with it. What am I?

Answer:

A painting.

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Riddle:

There are two green caps and three red caps. Jack, Lisa and Bill close their eyes, pull out their hats and put them on their heads. It's a game in which three people look at the colors of others' hat and match their hats. Bill and Lisa said they didn't know, but Jack said I knew. What is Jack's hat color?

Answer:

It's red because Bill and Lisa wear green hats, and the only red hats are left

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Riddle:

If it cracks, it does not need replacement or repair. What is it?

Riddle:

Why was the frog so joyous?

Answer:

It eats what "bugs" it.

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Messy Marge’s mother was scolding her once again for keeping such a messy bedroom -- and right after she had said she was done cleaning it. Her mother began her lecture by saying, “Messy Marge (that is what her mother called her), I just finished inspecting your room, and I was shocked by some of the things I discovered on your bedroom floor. I found 11 red balloons, 7 orange-colored stars, 9 green things which resembled clover leafs, 4 moon-shaped objects of a bluish color, and 10 little pink hearts; but the mess that really irritated me was the 26 horse shoes I found on your closet floor! Is Messy Marge destined to be the next subject on the TV show “Hoarders: Buried Alive,” or is there some less horrific explanation for the contents of her room?

Answer:

Messy Marge is messy with her belongings, but she has also been caught eating in her room. In this case, she’s been eating bowls of Lucky Charms cereal, and spilling many of the colored marshmallows in various places in her room.

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Riddle:

The Mills family had traveled to their vacation cabin which was next to a large, beautiful lake in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Mills and their three children, Brock (age 6), Cindy (age 7), and Susan (age 8) had come to the lake to relax for the weekend. They were all looking forward to taking a long, relaxing swim in the lake, and to try out the brand new boat Mr. Mills had just purchased for some family fun. As they were swimming near the middle of the lake, it dawned on Mr. Mills that their son Brock was not in the water with them. Suddenly, with no warning, the family heard motor sounds and saw their newly-purchased boat speeding directly toward them, accompanied by the maniacal laughter of their missing child, Brock. Again and again, Brock drove the boat directly at his vulnerable family, laughing insanely each time it passed near them. “I told Brock not to go near that boat unless I was with him,” shouted Mr. Mills, “and now he’s trying to kill us with it!” However, Mrs. Mills nonchalantly responded, “Oh, boys will be boys.” Considering the circumstances, why was Mrs. Mills so cavalier concerning her son’s disobedient and reckless behavior, and why did she seem unconcerned about her six-year-old driving a boat without supervision?

Answer:

Mr. Mills had bought the family a new remote controlled boat, but bad boy Brock decided to ignore his father’s instructions, and sent the two-foot long boat on its maiden voyage as a mischievous prank on his family. I don’t envy Brock when his father reaches shore.

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Riddle:

It stalks the countryside with ears that can’t hear. What is it?

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