What is the longest fruit?

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What can you hold in your left hand and not in your right?

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Why is 6 afraid of 7?

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Which eight-letter word still remains a word after removing each letter from it?

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I can be flipped and broken but I never move. I can be closed, and opened, and sometimes removed. I am sealed by hands. What am I?

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Turn me on my side and I am everything. Cut me in half and I am nothing. What am I?

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How far can a dog run into the woods?

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What does a rich man needs that a poor man has?

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You have to travel far before you turn it over. What is it?

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What stays where it is when it goes off?

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Once I'm 24. Twice I'm 20. Three times I'm inappropriate. What am I?

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What has a mouth but can't talk?

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There are 500 coffins and 500 men who need them. The undertaker asks the first man to go to every coffin and open them. Then he tells the second man to go to every one and close it. The third one goes to every third coffin and so on. How many are open?

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What gets bigger the more you take away?

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I am the beginning of everything, the end of time and space, the beginning of every end, and the end of every place. What am I?

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What runs but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?

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From the beginning of eternity
To the end of time and space
To the beginning of every end
And the end of every place.
What am I?

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Four golfers named Mr. Black, Mr. White, Mr. Brown and Mr. Blue were competing in a tournament. The caddy didn't know their names, so he asked them. One of them, Mr. Brown, told a lie.
The 1st golfer said "The 2nd Golfer is Mr. Black."
The 2nd golfer said "I am not Mr. Blue!"
The 3rd golfer said "Mr. White? That's the 4th golfer."
And the 4th golfer remained silent. Which one of the golfers is Mr. Blue?

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I am a term used to confirm. But take away my front, my face, I become known as human avarice.

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Born in an instant. I tell all stories. I can be lost. But I never die. What am I?

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A prisoner is told: "If you tell a lie, we will hang you and if you tell the truth, we will shoot you".
What did the prisoner say to save himself?

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I am the reason you run. I am the reason you scream. I am the cause of your pain. I am a cage from which you will never be free.

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What word in the English language does the following: the first two letters signify a male, the first three letters signify a female, the first four letters signify a great, while the entire world signifies a great woman. What is the word?

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A man lives on the top floor of a hotel. When he is out with a friend or out on a rainy day, he comes back, goes to the elevator, and goes to the top floor. When he goes out alone or on a sunny day, he goes half way up and walks the rest of the way up. Why?

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It's shorter than the rest, but when you're happy, you raise it up like it's the best. What is it?

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I have two legs, but they only touch the ground while I'm at rest. What am I?

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Green but not a lizard, white without being snow, and bearded without being a man.

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I cause involuntary movements in your vehicle. What am I?

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What has green hair, a round red head and a long thin white beard?

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Has a tongue, but never talks. Has no legs, but sometimes walks.

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I am not alive but seem so, because I dance and breathe with no legs or lungs of my own. What am I?

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I am rarely touched but often held, and if you are smart you'll use me well. What am I?

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They try to beat me, they try in vain.
And when I win, I end the pain.

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I am always in front of you, but you will never see me. What am I?

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What moves across the land but never has to steer?
It has delivered our goods year after year.
What is it?

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Lives without a body, hears without ears, speaks without a mouth, to which the air alone gives birth. What is it?

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What is so delicate that saying its name breaks it?

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I beam, I shine, I sparkle white.
I'll brighten the day with a single light.
I'll charm and enchant all.
I'll bring the best in you all.
What am I?

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What must take a bow before it can speak?

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It cannot be seen, it cannot be felt,
Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt,
Lies behind stars and under hills,
and empty holes it fills.
Comes first follows after,
Ends life kills laughter.

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It stands upright and can be quite grand.
Its secret is not hidden but right at hand.
What is it?

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I go around and in the house, but never touches the house. What am I?

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When it comes to me, you go on red and stops on green. What am I?

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What can you lose that will cause other people to lose theirs too?

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In 1990, a person is 15 years old. In 1995, that same person is 10 years old. How can this be?

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What is it that no man ever saw, which never was, but always will be?

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They are two brothers. However much they run, they do not reach each other.

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This mother comes from a family of eight,
Supports her children in spite of their weight,
Turns around without being called,
Has held you since the time you crawled.

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What is harder to catch the faster you run?

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The floor's on top, the roof's beneath, and from this place I rarely leave. Yet with the passing of each day. A new horizon greets my gaze.

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What do pandas have that no other animal has?

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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. What is it?

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I fly to any foreign parts,
assisted by my spreading wings.
My body holds an hundred hearts,
Nay, I will tell you stranger things when I am not in haste I ride,
and then I mend my pace anon.
I issue fire from my side.
You witty youths, this riddle con.

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I come in many shapes and colors. I sing in the breeze but only live 7 months. What am I?

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I twist and turn and leaves a loop. What am I?

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I am full of wisdom and knowledge. I get what you want in a blink of an eye. I am known to man as full of endless wisdom. What am I?

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As strong as love, more dangerous than cancer.

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I have wheels and flies, yet I am not an aircraft. What am I?

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I heard of a wonder, of words moth-eaten. That is a strange thing, I thought, weird. That a man's song be swallowed by a worm. His blinded sentences, his bedside stand-by rustled in the night - and the robber-guest. Not one wit the wiser. For the words he had mumbled.

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There she goes over the road, a young mare that is whinnying. A fiery spot on her forehead, with her hindquarters ablaze.

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A prickly house a little host contains;
The pointed weapons keep back from pains,
So he, unarmed, safe in his fort remains.

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Many people own a copy of me. Without me the world would fall. What am I?

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I have two arms, but fingers none. I have two feet, but cannot run. I carry well, but I have found I carry best with my feet off the ground. What am I?

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What devours all and can kill a king. Destroy a town and crushes mountains down?

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I am a sharp looking horse with a flaxen tail. The longer I run the shorter my tail becomes. What am I?

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Things here are usually tagged with red stickers. What am I?

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I am small, but, when entire,
of force to set a town on fire;
Let but one letter disappear,
I then can hold a herd of deer;
Take one more off, and then you'll find
I once contained all human kind.

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Halfway up the hill, I see you at last, lying beneath me with your sounds and sights. A city in the twilight, dim and vast, with smoking roofs, soft bells, and gleaming lights.

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What dresses for summer and sheds in the winter?

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Long and slinky like a trout, never sings till it's guts come out.

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What runs but cannot walk?

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An iron horse with a flaxen tail. The faster the horse runs, the shorter his tail becomes.

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What weeps without eyes or eyelids, her tears rejoicing sons and fathers; and when she laughs and no tears fall, her laughter saddens all hearts?

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If I turn my head, you may go where you want, but if I turn again, you could stay and rot. What am I?

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What do people make that you can't see?

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What scientists might call your pooch.

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This old one runs forever, but never moves at all.
He has not lungs nor throat, but still a mighty roaring call.
What is it?

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I can never be stolen from you. I am owned by everyone. Some have more, some have less. What am I?

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My love for Eliza shall never know my first; neither shall it be my second; but it shall be my whole.

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When your undies attack you.

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What can you add to a bucket full of water to make it lighter?

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So beautiful and cold,
So young and yet so old,
Alive but always dead,
Still hungry when has fed,
Will die if it is bled,
Or you cut off its head.

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A shimmering field that reaches far. Yet it has no tracks, And is crossed without paths.

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I have palms but not on hands,
I offer foods from distant lands,
When at my peak you'll see me smoke,
I'm famous for my friendly folk,
My flowers grow and yet they lay,
There's fire where a man will play.
What am I?

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I am million people's wakeup call. What am I?

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We are little airy creatures,
all of different voice and features,
one of us in glass is set.
One of us you'll find in jet.
Another you may see in tin.
And the fourth a box within.
If the fifth you should pursue,
it can never fly from you.
What are we?

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There is a body without a heart. That has a tongue and yet no head. Buried it was before it was made, and loud it speaks and yet is dead.

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A thing with a thundering breech. It weighing a thousand welly. I have heard it roar louder than Guy's wild boar. They say it hath death in its belly.

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I have fangs and enjoy piercing holes with a single bite. What am I?

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This dish consists of a rolled tortilla with a filling typically of beef or chicken and served with a chili sauce.

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

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I crawl on the earth and rise on a pillar. What am I?

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A hundred years I once did live,
and often wholesome food did give,
yet all that time I ne'er did roam,
so much as a half a mile from my home,
my days were spent devoid of strife,
until at last I lost my life.
And since my death – I pray give ear,
I oft have traveled far and near.

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I am where the sky is orange, I am where the glass is red, I am the land of violet bananas and the home to blue oranges.

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I am very important, but often overlooked. What am I?

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The most beautiful and useless of human acts.

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What can hold all days, weeks, and months but still fit on a table?

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Six legs, two heads,
Two hands, one long nose.
Yet he uses only four legs
Wherever he goes.

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What does no man want, yet no man want to lose?

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I have a frame but no pictures. I have poles but not standing up. What am I?

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