What fish came first?

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Sometimes I am liked, sometimes I am hated. Usually I am old, usually I am dated. What am I?

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I have a long tail that I let fly. Every time I go through a gap, I leave a bit of my tail in the trap. What am I?

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My first, though water, cures no thirst,
My next alone has soul,
And when he lives upon my first,
He then is called my whole.

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

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You can't live without doing this, and we all do it at the same time. Yet many wish it wasn't happening. What is it?

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What breaks without falling?

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What do you get when you cross a vampire and teacher?

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This baked dish consists of an open-topped pastry case with a savory or sweet filling.

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What is eaten by man, served among many, grown by many, and white as snow?

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This thing all things devours,
Birds, beasts, trees, and flowers.
Gnaws iron bites steel,
Grinds hard stones to meal,
Slays king, ruins town,
And beats high mountain down.

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It has no top or bottom, but it can hold flesh, bones, and blood all at the same time.

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I use electricity and I killed my father. I am a king. I have a lot of girlfriends, but I also have a wife. Who am I?

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What is always coming but never arrives?

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What king can you make if you take the head of a lamb, the middle of a pig, the hind of a buffalo, and the tail of a dragon?

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An art-form and a web-browser.

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Can be achieved in a car or as a position during conflict.

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My first is in window but not in pane.
My second's in road but not in lane.
My third is in oval but not in round.
My fourth is in hearing but not in sound.
My whole is known as a sign of peace.
And from noah's ark won quick release.

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Slang for the male half in a marriage.

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What dentists battle on a daily basis.

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As I walked along the path I saw something with four fingers and one thumb, but it was not flesh, fish, bone, or fowl.

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I can be red, blue, purple, and green.
No one can reach me, not even the queen.
What am I?

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Of these things I have two.
One for me and one for you.
And when you ask about the price,
I simply smile and nod twice.

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They are the shore's gallant knights.

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He stands beside the road. In a purple cap at tattered green cloak. Those who touch him, curse him.

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It can be used onstage or to express admiration. What is it?

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The strongest chains will not bind it. Ditch and rampart will not slow it down. A thousand soldiers cannot beat it, it can knock down trees with a single bush.

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I am a portal to another world which you cannot enter. Only you can see me but I can't see you. What am I?

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Where do tadpoles change?

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Causes dancing in children when it fills up.

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This sparkling globe can float on water. It is light as a feather, but ten giants can't pick it up.

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By the way, what never moves, wears shoes, sandals and boots, but has no feet?

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What has a ring but no finger?

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I increase head turning rate tremendously for girls at beaches. What am I?

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I have a neck but no head. I have a body but no arm. I have a bottom but no leg. What am I?

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You will have this response if you would go salivating at the mention of a cheeseburger.

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If it is absolute, it will corrupt absolutely.

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I can be written, I can be spoken, I can be exposed, I can be broken.

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When it shines, its light is hazy.
Makes the oceans swell like crazy.
It makes moods seem more romantic,
But it makes the ladies frantic.

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The day before two days after the day before tomorrow is Saturday. What day is it today?

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Two little holes in the side of a hill. Just as you come to the cherry-red mill.

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Gown but not a priest; crown but not a king.

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What has a neck and no head, two arms but no hands?

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What can your pocket hold while it is completely empty?

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What is something you can hold without ever touching?

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Environmentalists want to keep this from drying.

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What can you never have for breakfast?

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What is big and yellow and comes in the morning to brighten mom's day?

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I can burn your mouth and sting your eye, but I am consumed everyday. What am I?

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Both peaches and a certain couture have this in common.

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I am the red tongue of the earth, that buries cities.

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Man of old, it is told would search until he tired,
not for gold, ne'er be sold, but what sought he was fire.
Man today, thou mayst say, has quite another aim,
in places deep, he did seek, to find me for his gain!

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What can you blow up and keep intact?

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You'll see savory dishes in Hong Kong sizzling in these.

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What sphinxes employ and players enjoy.

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Although I may have eyes, I cannot see. I have a round brown face with lots of acne. What am I?

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I have been the beginning of ideas for all time, yet I am just one simple small object, the things that you can use me for can be frustrating and also I can be pretty. I have some of the most valuable thing in the world on me, yet almost everyone owns me. With me you can make anything. What am I?

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When set loose, I fly away. Never so cursed, as when I go astray. What am I?

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Curtail me thrice, I am a youth; behead me once, a snake; complete, I'm often used, in truth, when certain steps you'd take.

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I am hot then cold, a liquid then solid, and I am at once flaky and wet. What am I?

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*Forward* *backwards* is what I do all day. I come in all different shapes and sizes. I can be scary, and I can calm you down. What am I?

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The little pink nub that helps rectify mistakes.

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Watches students at the prom to make sure there's no funny business.

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What are you certain to find inside your pocket when you reach into it?

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What is the difference between one yard and two yards?

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What bird is always unhappy?

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My children are near and far.
No matter that I know where they are.
The gift I give them make their day.
But if I were gone they would wander away.

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I am very large but look very small.
When night falls,
I am cherished by all.
What am I?

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What comes once a day but leaves every morning?

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I am a beverage named after a stick. What am I?

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What can be broken without being touched?

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This small, rolled tortilla usually has meat or cheese filling, and was originally invented in Mexico.

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Used to wield power and glory, yet results were rather gorey,
When it wrote our human story.
In the eyes of wiser men, it is weaker than a pen.

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Though easy to spot, when allowed to plume, It is hard to see, when held in a room.

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When the horse strokes the cat, the wood begins to sing.

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What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment and never in one thousand years?

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By Thursday you're over this.

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I am always hungry, I must always be fed. The finger I lick will soon turn red.

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Taken from a mine and then locked up in a wooden case. Never released but used by students everyday. What am I?

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A doctor gives you three pills and tells you to take one every half an hour. How long will the pills last?

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I am full of holes but still holds water.
What am I?

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A necessity to some, a treasure to many,
I'm best enjoyed among pleasant company.
Some like me hot, some like me cold.
Some prefer mild, some like me bold.
What am I?

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Bold are the first; true are the second; playful are the third; clever are the fourth; forceful are the fifth.

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Without it sounds would not be there, But through it music's ring is clear. It is a symbol for your woe, But only if your name's van Gogh.

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Responsible for the toupee industry.

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I am what bring things together. Without me everything you see would be a total mass or debris everywhere. What am I?

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Every team needs one of these before hitting the field. Get pumped!

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Food can help me survive, but water will kill me. What am I?

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I am taken from a mine, and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost everybody.

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How many 9's are there between 1 and 100?

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When I am visible to you, you cannot see me, but when I am invisible, you long to see me. I am plenty with someone patient, but all the more scarce with a hasty one. I am greater than all, but still in the control of those who value my existence. Who am I?

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It speaks to you, yet it can't speak. When you hold it you can travel, in your mind's eye worlds unravel. And everything in it's a lie. And with every new untruth, still you feel it speaks the truth.

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What breaks in the water but never on land?

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I am a type of animal that hang out in the mist. What am I?

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What happens every second, minute, month, and century. But not every hour, week, year, or decade?

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It is the time in your life when you simultaneously know everything and nothing at an instance.

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I can be simple or I can be complex. I can be found in this riddle or in everyday life. I can be shapes or even colors. What am I?

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Brings celebrities into your home every night.

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They come out at night without being called, and are lost in the day without being stolen. What are they?

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I am the reaction after enjoying soda. What am I?

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