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Fun and funky riddles!





The apples have the answers!





What's the hardest thing about skydiving? The ground

What sea creature is always grumpy? A crab

What do rabbits put into their computers? Hoppy discs

Where should you put your cable tv? In a remote area

What's more dangerous than pulling out a shark's tooth? Giving a porcupine a backrub

What did the dentist give the marching band? A tuba toothpaste

Where does the catcher sit for dinner? Behind the plate

What did the hockey player do when the thief demanded money? He gave him a check

What do you call a flying skunk? A smellicopter

What do you find in the middle of nowhere? The letter H

What kind of guitars do whales play? Eel-lectric guitars

What did the leaves name their son? Russel

What do you call a lazy bison? A Buffa-loafer

What did the comedian name his son? Mike

Where do books sleep? Under their covers

What did the cook name his son? Stu

What's full of holes but still holds water? A sponge

What kind of fruit do trees like? Pine-Apples

Who granted the fish's wish? Its fairy codmother

What do you call someone who's crazy about hot chocolate? A cocoa nut

What do elves use to make sandwiches? Shortbread

I'm a strange contradiction; I'm new, and I'm old,
I'm often in tatters, and oft decked with gold,
Though I never could read, yet lettered I'm found;
Though blind, I enlighten; though loose, I am bound,
I'm always in black, and I'm always in white;
I'm sad and I'm happy, I am heavy and light--
In form too I differ--I'm thick and I'm thin,
I've no flesh and bones, yet I'm covered with skin;
I've more points than the compass, more stops than the flute;
I sing without a voice, without speaking confute.
I'm English, I'm German, I'm French, and I'm Dutch;
Some love me too fondly, some slight me too much;
I often die soon, though I sometimes live ages,
And no royalty alive has so many pages. A book



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