If a farmer "raised" ten acres of wheat in dry weather, what would he "raise" in wet weather? = His umbrella.As I was going through a field of wheat, I met a thing that you could eat. It was neither flesh, fish, feather nor bone & after a time it walked home? = A nest of eggs.As black as ink, as white as milk & it hops on the road like hailstone = A magpie.It went upstairs black & white & it came down-stairs read all over? = A newspaper.
School: Cill Bheoláin (B.), Áth an Mhuilinn, Ráth Luirc
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What goes round the table, is always cut but never eaten? = A pack of cards.As round as a marble, as flat as a pan, the head of a woman & the whole of a man? = A penny.
"Hoddy , doddy.
With a round, black body
And a big, flat hat". = A pot.
Here they go, there they go,
Now they stand still. - - = Teeth.
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