Twelve pears hanging high, twelve men passing by. Each took a pear and left eleven hanging there. How can this
There's a one story house that's all blue inside. The floor was blue, the lamps were blue,the
walls were blue,everything was blue. So what color were the interior
Have you heard the saying what goes up must come down? Well what goes up and never goes
He has dust in his eye and a fan for a wing, a leg akimbo on which he can sing, and dye
in his mouth instead of a sting what is he?
I can be long, or I can be short. I can be grown, and I can be
bought. I can be painted, or left bare. I can be round, or square. What
Every dawn begins with me At dusk I'll be the first you see And
daybreak couldn't come without What midday centers all about Daises grow
from me, I'm told And when I come, I end all cold But in the sun I won't
be found Yet still, each day I'll be around What am I?
I am a box that holds keys without locks, yet my keys can unlock your
deepest senses. What am I?
After two years Tom was stepping down from being the secretary of a group of animal rights activists. To show him their appreciation a bunch of them
took him out one sunny afternoon. Tom shot an eagle and everyone congratulated him. Where had they gone?
What do the poor have that the rich want, and is bigger than space but longer than time?
What two words have the most letters in it?
What can fill a room but takes up no space.
Three eyes I have, all in a row; when the red one opens, all freeze. What am I?
I am black when you get me, red when you use me and white when you're all
done with me. What am I?
I am an insect and the first half of
my name reveals another insect. Some famous musicians had a name similar to
mine. What am I?
I go up but at the same time go down. Up towards the blue sky, and down
towards the ground. I'm present tense and past tense too, so why don't you come
for a ride, just me and you! What am I?
Until I am measured I am not known, Yet you miss me so much When I
Each morning I appear To lie at your
feet, All day I will follow you No matter how fast you run, Yet I
nearly perish In the midday sun.
At the sound of me, men may dream Or stamp their feet At the sound of
me, women may laugh Or at times weep
Two in a corner, 1 in a room, 0 in a house, but 1 in a shelter. What
I cannot be seen and I weigh nothing, but when put into a barrel, I make it
lighter. What am I?
Say my name and I will disappear. What am I?
After you take away the whole of me, some of me still stays behind. What am
I am full of holes, yet I am full of water. What am I?
I make a loud noise when changing my jacket and become larger but weigh less
later. What am I?