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  Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more
On the King’s kitchen door
All the King’s horses
And all the King’s men,
Couldn’t drive Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more
Off the King’s kitchen door
sunlight<BR>

  Little Nancy Etticoat
In a white petticoat
And a red nose
She has no legs nor hands
And the longer she stands
The shorter she grows
candle<BR><BR>

  In marble walls as white as milk,
Lined with a skin as soft as silk;
Within a fountain crystal clear,
A golden apple doth appear.
No doors there are to this stronghold
Yet thieves break in and steal the gold.
egg<BR><BR>

  Twice six is six and so
Six is but three.
three is just five, you know.
What can we be?
Would you want more of us;
Nine is but four of us,
Ten is but three.
The number of letters in each number word<BR><BR><BR>‘Tis true I have both face and hands<BR>And move before your eye;<BR>Yet when I go my body stands,<BR>And when I stand I lie.<BR><BR>answer<BR>A clock<BR>

  As I was going to St. Ives,
I met a man with seven wives;
Each wife had seven sacks,
Each sack had seven cats,
Each cat had seven kits.
Kits, cats, sacks, wives,
How many were going to St. Ives?
One<BR><BR>

  I have a little sister, they call her Peep, Peep;
She wades through the waters deep, deep, deep;
She climbs the mountains high, high, high;
Poor little creature, she has but one eye.
Star<BR>

  Two legs sat upon three legs,
With one leg in his lap;
In came four legs,
Ran away with one leg.
Up jumps two legs,
Catches up three legs,
Throws it after four legs
And makes him bring one leg back.
A man sat on a stool with a leg of lamb when in comes a dog and snatches the leg of lamb.<BR>The man picks up the stool and throws it at the dog who brings the leg of lamb back.<BR><BR>

  I am a vehicle that’s wondrous large
But neither coach, nor wagon, ship nor barge;
Whether sitting, standing, lying;
With you I’m miles uncounted flying;
You hear not a breath while, mute as death,
My journey I pursue;
With a mighty swift whirling,
I’m constantly twirling,
But ‘tis all unfelt by you.

Some travel with me who never can see,
nor believe I convey them a yard;
And for years I have taken them.
Nor ever forsaken them,
And yet claim’d no reward.
And, gentles, against or with your will,
Or sleeping or waking, I’ll carry you still.
Earth<BR><BR>

  White bird, featherless,
Flew from Paradise,
Pitched on a castle wall;
Along came Lord Landless,
Took it up handless,
And rode away horseless to the King’s white hall.
Snow melted by the sun<BR><BR>

  What is the difference between Noah’s ark and Joan of Arc?
Noah's Arc is made of wood and Joan of Arc is maid of Orleans<BR><BR>

  Which travels more quickly - heat or cold?
Heat, because you can catch cold<BR><BR>

  Why is a mouse when it spins?
Because the higher the fewer<BR><BR><BR>

  If a tailor and a goose were on top of the Parliament Buildings what would be the quickest way for the tailor to get down?
Pluck the goose<BR><BR>

  As long as I eat I live, But when I drink I die. What am I?
Fire<BR><BR><BR>

  First you throw away the outside
Then you cook the outside
Then you eat the outside
Then you throw away the inside
??

  A basement inhabitant is a _____ _____.:  	cellar dweller<BR>

  A bee perched on a finger could be described as a ______ ________.:  	finger stinger<BR>

  A bricklayer washes up in a ______ ______.:  	mason basin<BR>

  A brief phone conversation is a ______ ______.:  	small call<BR>

  A compact trailer could also be called a _________ __________.:  	smaller hauler<BR>

  A cowardly guy could be called a ______ ______.:  	yellow fellow<BR>

  A heap of mosaics is a _______ ______.:  	tile pile<BR>

  A huge, flat boat is a _____ _____.:  	large barge<BR>

  A just-purchased church seat is a ______ ______.:  	new pew<BR>

  A kind-hearted loan officer could be called a ______ ______.:  	tender lender<BR>

  A legume that's been washed is a _____ _____.:  	clean bean<BR>

  A lively celebration is a ______ ______.:  	hearty party<BR>

  A piece of inferior footwear is a ______ ______.:  	weaker sneaker<BR>

  A really outstanding ghost is a ______ ______.:  	cool ghoul<BR>

  A recap of your July and August activities might be called a _____ _____.:  	summery summary<BR>

  A salesperson who works in the basement of a store is a _____ _____.:  	cellar seller<BR>

  A short corridor is a ______ ______.:  	small hall<BR>

  A solitary piece of roof covering is a ______ ______.:  	single shingle<BR>

  A stallion suffering from laryngitis is a _____ _____.:  	hoarse horse<BR>

  A sticky substance the color of a robin's egg is ______ ______.:  	blue goo<BR>

  A total loss is a ______ ______.:  	complete defeat<BR>

  A TV sitcom sponsored by Kellogg's is a ______ ______.:  	cereal serial<BR>

  A wagon that carries valentines is a _____ ______.:  	heart cart<BR>

  A weak dog wags his ______ ______.:  	frail tail<BR>

  An apparition who throws a Halloween party is a _____ _____.:  	ghost host

  An argument over a present is a _____ _____.:  	gift rift

  An indecisive gherkin is a _____ _____.:  	fickle pickle

  Because the farmer is afraid of male cows, he _______ ______.:  	fears steers

  Everything that you learn at the university is your ______ ______.:  	college knowledge<BR>

  How could you describe a bashful insect?:  Answer:<BR>	shy fly<BR><BR><BR>

  How could you describe a gruesome tale?:  	gory story<BR><BR>

  How could you describe Mr. Ed when he has laryngitis?:  	a hoarse horse<BR><BR><BR>

  How did the housekeeper describe an orderly bed cover?:  	neat sheet<BR><BR><BR>

  How did the manufacturer describe the new fuchsia colored beverage?:  	bright Sprite<BR>	pink drink<BR><BR>

  How did the teenager describe her one-headed zit?:  	simple pimple<BR><BR>

  How might you describe an uncooperative bandana?:  	cranky hanky<BR>

  If the head of the Flintstone family were deceased, he'd be known as _____ _____.:  	Dead Fred<BR>

  If you barely have time to clean your teeth, you're in a ______ ______.:  	brush rush<BR>

  In what fluid did the monarch cook his French Fries?:  	royal oil<BR>

  Security at the polls is _____ ______.:  	election protection<BR>

  Someone who drinks too much of a holiday beverage is a ____ ____.:  	nog hog<BR>

  The apprehensive waiter gave our table _____ _____.:  	nervous service<BR>

  The champ who lost weight was a ______ ______.:  	thinner winner<BR>The money you pay to use the slopes is a ______ ______.<BR>Answer:<BR>	ski fee<BR>

  The passengers on the cruise ship blame their sea sickness on ______ ______.:  	ocean motion<BR><BR>

  The traveling bicycle salesman _____ _____.:  	peddles pedals<BR><BR><BR>

  What could you call a bearded lamb owner?:  	hairy Mary<BR><BR><BR><BR>

  What could you call a canine that lives in a palace?:  	regal beagle<BR>

  What could you call a juvenile who is eating in a restaurant?:  	minor diner<BR>

  What could you call a loving seamstress?:  	tender mender<BR>

  What could you call a plump canine?:  	round hound<BR>

  What could you call a rock group that performs on the beach?:  	sand band<BR>

  What could you call a tainted potato?:  	dud spud<BR>

  What could you call an impolite chap?:  	rude dude<BR>

  What could you call considerate rodents?:  	nice mice<BR>

  What could you call Raggedy Ann's Tootsie Roll Pop?:  	dolly lolly<BR>

  What could you call your friend's apparel?:  	bud's duds<BR>

  What could you nickname a verbose turkey?:  	Wordy Birdy<BR>

  What did Julius use to remove his splinter?:  	Caesar's tweezers<BR>

  What did Noah do when he docked his vessel?:  	park ark<BR>

  What did the astronomer call a distant sun?:  	far star<BR>

  What did the bank teller call the suspicious coins?:  	strange change<BR>

  What did the diners call the meat sauce during the earthquake?:  	sauce toss<BR>	wavy gravy<BR>

  What did the diners cry when they discovered their meat was imitation sirloin?:  	Fake steak!<BR>

  What did the farmer call his wounded pig?:  	sore boar<BR>

  What did the military officer eat off the cob?:  	Colone&l#039;s kernels<BR>

  What did the pet store owner call her extra rabbit?:  	spare hare<BR>

  What did the restaurant call their bargain breakfast?:  	meal deal<BR>

  What did the roofer eat for a snack?:  	shingle pringle<BR>

  What did the thief call his counterfeit Walkman?:  	phony Sony<BR><BR>

  What did the wife nickname her overfed husband?:  	tubby hubby<BR>

  What do bovines love to eat?:  	cow chow<BR>

  What do genuises eat?:  	brain grain<BR>

  What do you call a 4-sided grizzly?:  	square bear<BR>

  What do you call a bad breakfast?:  	an awful waffle<BR>

  What do you call a chicken's writing utensil?:  	hen pen<BR>

  What do you call a clever undercover agent?:  	sly spy<BR>

  What do you call a competition between two movie stars?:  	fame game<BR>

  What do you call a complete opening in the ground?:  	whole hole<BR>

  What do you call a delicious strudel?:  	tasty pastry<BR>

  What do you call a disobedient boy?:  	bad lad<BR>

  What do you call a dog's painting?:  	dalmation's creation<BR>	poodle doodle<BR>

  What do you call a flying mammal that ate too much?:  	fat bat<BR>

  What do you call a foreign seat?:  	French bench<BR>

  What do you call a happy Lassie?:  	jolly collie<BR>

  What do you call a haunted playground?:  	dark park<BR>

  What do you call a hilarious rabbit?:  	funny bunny<BR>

  What do you call a large gulp?:  	big swig<BR>

  What do you call a large toupee?:  	big wig<BR>

  What do you call a letter carrier's route?:  	mail trail<BR>

  What do you call a lovesick dummy?:  	stupid cupid<BR>

  What do you call a military officer's diary?:  	colonel journal<BR>

  What do you call a misbehaving kid?:  	wild child<BR><BR><BR>

  What do you call a monarch's bedspring?:  	royal coil<BR>

  What do you call a nocturnal plane ride?:  	a night flight<BR>

  What do you call a nocturnal snack?:  	night bite<BR>

  What do you call a pastry with no moisture?:  	dry pie<BR>

  What do you call a promise made by a swimming animal?:  	seal deal<BR>

  What do you call a rapid ploy?:  	quick trick<BR>

  What do you call a rodent that works in Congress?:  	House Mouse<BR>

  What do you call a sad cow's noise?:  	blue moo<BR>

  What do you call a skinny youth?:  	lean teen<BR>

  What do you call a slippery piece of masonry?:  	slick brick<BR>

  What do you call a slow car?:  	slug Bug<BR>

  What do you call a special hat worn in the city?:  	an urban turban<BR>

  What do you call a sushi platter?:  	fish dish<BR>	fish dish<BR>

  What do you call a terrifying evening?:  	fright night<BR>

  What do you call a thief who steals novels?:  	book crook<BR>

  What do you call a very large boar?:  	big pig<BR>

  What do you call a wacky Charlie Brown character?:  	Goofy Lucy<BR>

  What do you call a weak man?:  	frail male<BR>

  What do you call a weird friend?:  	A nutty buddy<BR>

  What do you call a wet canine?:  	soggy doggy<BR>

  What do you call a wounded feline?:  	bitten kitten<BR>

  What do you call a young dog's drinking vessel?:  	pup cup<BR>

  What do you call an adorable apple?:  	cute fruit<BR><BR><BR>

  What do you call an artificial horse?:  	phony pony<BR>

  What do you call an entree that everyone in the family likes?:  	dinner winner<BR>

  What do you call an envious adolescent?:  	green teen<BR>

  What do you call an ill handle?:  	frail rail<BR>

  What do you call an overweight grandma?:  	chubby bubbe<BR>

  What do you call an uncooperative Kleenex?:  	cranky hanky<BR>

  What do you call an urban feline?:  	city kitty<BR>

  What do you call ancient riches?:  	old gold<BR>

  What do you call canine kisses?:  	pooches' smooches<BR>

  What do you call computer music?:  	RAM jam<BR>

  What do you call foot warmers for a sly red animal?:  	fox socks<BR>

  What do you call grain that is arranged in an orderly fashion?:  	neat wheat<BR>

  What do you call marks left by the king's son's messy fingers?:  	prince prints<BR>

  What do you call money earned by selling apples and oranges?:  	fruit loot<BR>

  What do you call slow postal delivery?:  	snail mail<BR>

  What do you call someone who fibs in a telegram message?:  	wire liar<BR>

  What do you call the bravest rock?:  	bolder boulder<BR>

  What do you call the hopes and dreams of a small mouth bass?:  	fish's wishes<BR>

  What do you call the people you eat with in the cafeteria?:  	lunch bunch<BR>

  What do you call the shack where almonds and cashews hang out?:  	nut hut<BR>

  What do you call the sprite in line next to #11?:  	twelfth elf<BR>

  What do you call three fat birds?:  	obese geese<BR>

  What do you call your tardy companion?:  	late date<BR>	late mate<BR><BR>

  What do you do when you call a royal?:  	phone throne<BR>

  What do you do when you drive by a filling station?:  	pass gas<BR>

  What do you do when you feel sorry for a feline?:  	pity kitty<BR>

  What do you do when you recall the last month of the year?:  	remember December<BR>

  What do you do when you sample a dentifrice?:  	taste paste<BR>

  What do you do when you scoop up the suds from your bubble bath?:  	gather lather<BR>

  What do you get if you put a coin in a machine and it doesn't work?:  	broken token<BR>

  What do you hear when you drop your dishes?:  	platter clatter<BR>

  What do you say when you ask for a dairy product nicely?:  	cheese, please<BR>

  What does a broken window feel?:  	pane pain<BR>

  What is a feline's favorite equipment for a baseball game?:  	cat bat<BR>

  What is a female friend?:  	gal pal<BR>

  What is a fuzzy bird?:  	hairy canary<BR>

  What is an evening spent watching a boxing match?:  	fight night<BR>

  What is Santa's favorite snack food?:  	Kringle's Pringles<BR>

  What kind of candy did the king's son particularly like?:  	prince mints<BR>

  What kind of footwear could pigs wear?:  	hogs' clogs<BR>

  What kind of poem might you write in a car?:  	road ode<BR>

  What kind of utensil would you use to eat bacon or ham?:  	pork fork<BR>

  What might you call a superior reptile?:  	greater 'gator

  What's a good nickname for a less expensive bird?:  	cheaper cheeper

  What's a canine that lives in a palace?:  	regal beagle

  What's a good name for a store that sells ancient merchandise?:  	Antique Boutique

  What's another way of describing a very warm little bed?:  	hot cot<BR><BR>

  When an aviator wears a purple uniform, he or she is a ______ ______.:  	violet pilot<BR>

  When Cinderella spilled hot chocolate on her evening dress, she had a _____ _____.:  	brown gown<BR><BR><BR>

  When felines converse, they have a ______ ________.:  	cat chat<BR>

  When I turn down Mom's movie suggestions, I ______ ______.:  	nix flicks<BR>

  When John consumes red root vegetables he _____ _____.:  	eats beets<BR>	ravishes radishes<BR>

  When large deer decide to cease fighting, they have a ______ ______.:  	moose truce<BR>

  When our table started to vibrate during the earthquake, our breakfast meat turned into _____ _____.:  	shaken bacon<BR>

  When pigs get hungry, they eat _____ _____.:  	sow chow<BR>

  When the nurse thought a patient had a phony pain, she said he had a _____ ________.:  	fake ache<BR>

  When they painted the skating area fuschia, it was nicknamed _______ ______.:  	pink rink<BR>

  When Victoria wouldn't eat her spinach, they called her ______ ______.:  	picky Vicky<BR>

  When you are sensing recovery, you're _______ _______.:  	feeling healing<BR>

  When you choose a movie to watch, you ______ ______.:  	pick flick<BR>

  When you have more Melba thins than anyone else, you have the _____ _____.:  	most toast<BR>

  When you rotate a green plant, you ______ ______.:  	turn fern<BR>

  When you salute Shamu, you ______ ______.:  	hail whale<BR>

  When you slam a hammer on a short nail, you ______ ______.:  	whack tack<BR>

  When you waltz in a daze, you're in a ______ ______.:  	dance trance<BR>

  When your heart is racing, you have a ______ ______.:  	quicker ticker

  Where do ghosts get their milk?:  	scary dairy

  Where does a dwarf store his toys?:  	elf shelf

  Where does a troll live?:  	gnome home

  Who makes it, has no need of it. Who buys it, has no use for it. Who uses it can neither see nor feel it.:  coffin

  Tell me what a dozen rubber trees with thirty boughs on each might be?:  months of the year

  As I went over London Bridge I met my sister Jenny I broke her neck and drank her blood And left her standing empty:  gin

  It is said among my people that some things are improved by death. Tell me, what stinks while living, but in death, smells good?:  pig

  All right. Riddle me this: what goes through the door without pinching itself? What sits on the stove without burning itself? What sits on the table and is not ashamed?:  the sun

  What work is it that the faster you work, the longer it is before you're done, and the slower you work, the sooner you're finished?:  roasting meat on a spit

  Whilst I was engaged in sitting I spied the dead carrying the living.:  a ship

  I know a word of letters three. Add two, and fewer there will be.:  'few'

  I give you a group of three. One is sitting down, and will never get up. The second eats as much as is given to him, yet is always hungry. The third goes away and never returns.:  stove, fire, and smoke

  Whoever makes it, tells it not. Whoever takes it, knows it not. And whoever knows it wants it not.:  counterfeit money

  Two words, my answer is only two words. To keep me, you must give me.:  your word

  Sir, I bear a rhyme excelling
In mystic force and magic spelling
Celestial sprites elucidate
All my own striving can't relate: 
Pi (digits given by length of words)

  There is not wind enough to twirl
That one red leaf, nearest of its clan,
Which dances as often as dance it can.: 
the sun

  Half-way up the hill, I see thee at last
Lying beneath me with thy sounds and sights --
A city in the twilight, dim and vast,
With smoking roofs, soft bells, and gleaming lights.
#the past

I am, in truth, a yellow fork
From tables in the sky
By inadvertent fingers dropped
The awful cutlery.
Of mansions never quite disclosed
And never quite concealed
The apparatus of the dark
To ignorance revealed.: 
lightning

  Many-maned scud-thumper,
Maker of worn wood,
Shrub-ruster,
Sky-mocker,
Rave!
Portly pusher,
Wind-slave.: 
the ocean

  Make me thy lyre, even as the forests are.
What if my leaves fell like its own --
The tumult of thy mighty harmonies
Will take from both a deep autumnal tone.: 
the west wind

  This darksome burn, horseback brown,
His rollock highroad roaring down,
In coop and in comb the fleece of his foam
Flutes and low to the body falls home.: 
river

  I've measured it from side to side,
'Tis three feet long and two feet wide.
It is of compass small, and bare
To thirsty suns and parching air.: 
the grave of a child

  My love, when I gaze on thy beautiful face,
Careering along, yet always in place --
The thought has often come into my mind
If I ever shall see thy glorious behind.: 
the moon

  Then all thy feculent majesty recalls
The nauseous mustiness of forsaken bowers,
The leprous nudity of deserted halls --
The positive nastiness of sullied flowers.
And I mark the colours, yellow and black,
That fresco thy lithe, dictatorial thighs.: 
spider

  When young, I am sweet in the sun.
When middle-aged, I make you gay.
When old, I am valued more than ever.: 
wine

  I am always hungry,
I must always be fed,
The finger I lick
Will soon turn red.: 
fire

  All about, but cannot be seen,
Can be captured, cannot be held,
No throat, but can be heard.: 
wind

  I am only useful
When I am full,
Yet I am always
Full of holes.: 
sieve (or sponge)

  If you break me
I do not stop working,
If you touch me
I may be snared,
If you lose me
Nothing will matter.: 
heart

  If a man carried my burden
He would break his back.
I am not rich,
But leave silver in my track.: 
snail

  Until I am measured
I am not known,
Yet how you miss me
When I have flown.: 
time

  I drive men mad
For love of me,
Easily beaten,
Never free.: 
gold

  When set loose
I fly away,
Never so cursed
As when I go astray.: 
a fart

  I go around in circles
But always straight ahead,
Never complain
No matter where I am led.: 
wagon wheel

  Lighter than what
I am made of,
More of me is hidden
Than is seen.: 
iceberg

  I turn around once,
What is out will not get in.
I turn around again,
What is in will not get out.: 
stopcock

  Each morning I appear
To lie at your feet,
All day I will follow
No matter how fast you run,
Yet I nearly perish
In the midday sun.: 
shadow

  Weight in my belly,
Trees on my back,
Nails in my ribs,
Feet I do lack.: 
ship

  Bright as diamonds,
Loud as thunder,
Never still,
A thing of wonder.: 
waterfall? (fireworks?)

  My life can be measured in hours,
I serve by being devoured.
Thin, I am quick
Fat, I am slow
Wind is my foe.: 
candle

  To unravel me
You need a simple key,
No key that was made
By locksmith's hand,
But a key that only I
Will understand.: 
cipher

  I am seen in the water
If seen in the sky,
I am in the rainbow,
A jay's feather,
And lapis lazuli.: 
blue

  Glittering points
That downward thrust,
Sparkling spears
That never rust.: 
icicle

  You heard me before,
Yet you hear me again,
Then I die,
'Till you call me again.: 
echo

  Three lives have I.
Gentle enough to soothe the skin,
Light enough to caress the sky,
Hard enough to crack rocks.: 
water

  You can see nothing else
When you look in my face,
I will look you in the eye
And I will never lie.: 
your reflection

  Lovely and round,
I shine with pale light,
grown in the darkness,
A lady's delight.: 
pearl

  At the sound of me, men may dream
Or stamp their feet
At the sound of me, women may laugh
Or sometimes weep: 
music

  When I am filled
I can point the way,
When I am empty
Nothing moves me,
I have two skins
One without and one within.: 
glove

  My tines be long,
My tines be short
My tines end ere
My first report.
What am I?: 
lightning

  With thieves I consort,
With the vilest, in short,
I'm quite at ease in depravity;
Yet all divines use me,
And savants can't lose me,
For I am the center of gravity.: 
The letter 'v'.

  As a whole, I am both safe and secure.
Behead me, and I become a place of meeting.
Behead me again, and I am the partner of ready.
Restore me, and I become the domain of beasts.
What am I?: 
stable

  I sought my first in starry skies
Where shines the April sun;
My second came before my eyes,
And warned me to be done.: 
??

  'Tis very hard to lose one's sight;
I'm blind as bat or mole;
Once hills and fields were my delight,
Now I'm no more my whole.: 
??

  My first is high,
My second damp,
My whole a tie,
A writer's cramp.: 
??

  A hundred and one
by fifty divide,
And if a cipher
is rightly applied,
The answer is one from nine.: 
??

  What does man love more than life
Fear more than death or mortal strife
What the poor have, the rich require,
and what contented men desire,
What the miser spends and the spendthrift saves
And all men carry to their graves?: 
nothing

  I build up castles.
I tear down mountains.
I make some men blind,
I help others to see.
What am I?: 
sand

  Ripped from my mother's womb,
Beaten and burned,
I become a blood-thirsty slayer
What am I?: 
??

  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.: 
DAVID (Roman numerals)

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