I stink up your breath and fights evil vampires. What am I?

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You feel this sensation when you are dehydrated.

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What has a green top, red on its belly, seeds on the outside, and tastes great in jelly?

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My body is timber and I am a boy among men.
I have a nose without end and an insect for a friend.
Who am I?

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Tomorrow's yesterday. Yesterday's tomorrow. What is it?

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What bird can lift the heaviest weight?

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Sugar on a stick. The kids love licking them.

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What invention lets you look right through a wall?

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A container holding water but not a cup. If you want to find me, look up. What am I?

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I am a sound made by felines when petted. What am I?

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I'm a pie, but I come with peperoni and cheese.

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I can wake you up in the morning but I require no electricity or winding. What am I?

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Fatherless and motherless. Born without sin, roared when it came into the world. And never spoke again.

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This dish is usually consumed at breakfast time with milk.

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You take my clothes off when you put your clothes on. What am I?

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When one does not know what it is, then it is something; but when one knows what it is, then it is nothing.

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It is yellow and you can serve it but not eat. What is it?

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I have a tail. I can fly. I'm covered in colorful feathers. I can whistle and I can talk.

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It doesn't live within a house, nor does it live without.
Most will use it when they come in, and again when they go out.

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I have cities with no people, forests with no trees, and oceans with no water. What am I?

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I belong to you but others use me more often than you do. What am I?

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What divides by uniting and by dividing?

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Take one royal word in the plural and make it singular by adding one letter.

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Men walk over me but boats go under me. What am I?

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I'm a food made of flour, water, and yeast or another leavening agent, mixed together and baked. You need me to make a sandwich.

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What animal would you get crossed a duck, a beaver, and an otter?

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Without what would everyone lose their head?

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I am sometimes yellow and sometimes white. Half of me is dark and the other is light. What am I?

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I am partially baked. I am not completely lit. I am a portion of the moon. I am lesser than full wit. I am a divider of the hour. I am not a total lie. I am a sibling through one parent.

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I can be found on fingers, in toolboxes and in snails. What am I?

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I am gentle enough to soothe your skin, light enough to fly in the sky, strong enough to crack rocks. What am I?

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In the middle of night, I surround the gong.
In the middle of sight, I end the song.

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I cannot be used until I have been broken. What am I?

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Passed from father to son and shared between brothers,
its importance is unquestioned though it is used more by others.

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What was was, before was was was?

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When we stand up it lies flat. When we lie back it stands up.

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What is the saddest fruit?

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It rows quickly with four oars but never comes out from under his own roof. What is it?

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The distance from the top of your head to the floor –standing up straight.

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I pass before the sun, yet make no shadow. What am I?

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It moves around in circles.
We see it as we turn.
It keeps us always warm.
Always alive and always dying,
Across the sky we see it flying,
But touch it and we burn.

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What do you call the mother-in-law of your sister's husband?

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I have a heart of gold and I smell when I'm old. What am I?

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I am green but not a tree. You can see me and sit on me and I grow around the world. What am I?

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What doesn't get any wetter, no matter how much rain falls on it?

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Has its teeth on your head but doesn't bite.

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In the fields a frightful thing. Watch it and you will find, it has a pitchfork in the front, and a broom back behind.

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What time of day, when written in capital letters, is the same forwards, backwards, and upside down?

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Cold head and feet; Round as a ball; Always turning around itself.

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It's voice is like a burp,
Will swallow with a slurp,
You'll never hear it chirp.
Kiss it with a wince,
Might turn into a prince.

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I run distances, often making many turns, yet I never move one foot. What am I?

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The more I dry the wetter I get. What am I?

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It is a cat but not a kitty,
You'll never catch on in a city.
Its fangs are huge and so its claws,
A death machine with paws and jaws.
In its own way a royal fellow,
Striped with black and clothed in yellow.

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Seven brothers, five work all day,
The other two, just play or pray.

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What kind of nail can be grown?

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I have every color, but no gold. What am I?

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Though I wander the earth, I am no longer here.
I am pale and I chill everyone near.
Who am I?

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I help you carry your books. What am I?

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When you are inside me, you will be encouraged to slam other cars. What am I?

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Not my sister nor my brother but still the child of my mother and father. Who am I?

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Despite having long teeth, every bit of food it grabs gets taken from it.

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What does someone else have to take before you can get?

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Kids love this bouncy, sugary, treat. It's like colorful rubber that you can eat.

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I hop around and deliver eggs at Easter. What am I?

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What is filled with air and sometimes a gas, tied to a string and often seen on your birthday?

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We are all around, yet to us you are half blind.
Sunlight makes us invisible, and difficult to find.

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Two in a corner, 1 in a room, 0 in a house, but 1 in a shelter. What am I?

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A gentleman whose offspring have successfully produced offspring of their own.

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What flowers have two lips?

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Humans have two that shrink in the light and expand in the dark.

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I'm white, perfect for cutting and grinding. For most animals I am a useful tool. What am I?

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What is seen in the water and in the sky? It is part of the rainbow and can be in your eye.

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I keep things green and keep kids happy during summer time. What am I?

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What do you call a witch that lives in the sand?

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You do this into someone's ear when you want to be discreet.

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I dance and sing in the breeze, but I have neither voice nor feet. What am I?

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I have roads but no pavement, rivers but no water, and cities but no buildings. What am I?

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I dance on one feet and knows only one shape. Someone with same name as me is very good with directions. What am I?

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I am constantly overlooked by everyone but everyone has me. What am I?

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I weaken all men for hours each day.
I show you strange visions while you are away.
I take you by night, by day take you back.
None suffer to have me, but do from my lack.

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Which vehicle is spelled the same forwards and backwards?

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I can only be played on a windy day. What am I?

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I contain words about words, some of which you've never heard. What am I?

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I'm a green veggie that looks like a tiny tree.

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What has two spines and a lot of ribs, and carries much but never moves?

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What has a bottom right at the top?

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Canine children. What am I?

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I am a ship that can be made to ride the greatest waves. I am not built by objects, but built by minds. What am I?

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I am pinched by grandmas. What am I?

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I am the state when a person is holding a person inside. What am I?

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What kind of dog chases anything red?

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I have one, you have one. If you remove the first letter, a bit remains. If you remove the second, bit still remains. If you remove the third, it still remains.

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This is the most famous bank where children keep their assets.

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I will disappear every time you say my name. What am I?

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What do you call a rabbit with fleas?

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I produce wool and spit a lot. What am I?

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One time every year, there is a very special day. Little have the same, everyone party a different way.

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What is orange and sounds like a parrot?

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What has holes on each side, but can still can hold water?

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It's real until the trick is revealed.

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