What bird is that whose name represents nothing, twice yourself, and fifty? Show Answer
Where the lamb trots about by a creature whose name read backward or forward is always the same. Show Answer
What small animal is turned into a large one by taking away part of its name? Show Answer
What flowers can be found between the nose and chin? Show Answer
Why is coffee like an ax with a dull edge? Show Answer
If one side of the bottom layer of a triangular pyramid of bowling balls has 12 balls, how many are there in the whole pyramid? Show Answer
You throw away the outside.
You cook the inside.
You eat the outside.
You throw away the inside.
What am I? Show Answer
The state of exclamation. (Abbreviation of a U.S. state) Show Answer
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