School: Grianán Ailigh (roll number 2049)

Location:
Grianan of Aileach, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Niall S. Mac Aoidh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1108, Page 137

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What turns without seeing?
Cream turns sour.

As I went over Derry wall, I heard a man give a loud call, his head was flesh, and his mouth was horn, and such a man was never born?
A cock crowing.
Spell broken down ditch with three letters?
Gap.
Why does the fire smoke?
Because it cannot chew.
How far will a dog run a rabbit into the wood?
Half-way.
Twenty six white cows tied to a wall, up comes a red one and licks them all?
Tongue and teeth.
A hard working father, a lazy old mother, and twelve of a family does nothing at all?
The clock.
Agnes Campbell, Castlecooley, Burt.

Collector
Agnes Campbell
Gender
female
Address
Castlecooly, Co. Donegal
Language
English