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- XML “Stories of Hidden Treasures in the District”
- XML “A Collection of Local Riddles”
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- Q: It never was and never will be
Look at your hand and you will plainly see.
A: None of the smaller fingers will ever be bigger than the bigger ones.Q: Black and white and red all over.
A: A paper.Q; There is a little red thing
It stands against the wall
It eats all it gets
And drinks not at all.
A: A fire.Q: What is the difference between a rabbit and a hare ?
A: Arabbit grows hairs , but a hare can't grow rabbits.Q: How could you compare a dog to a tree ?
A: Because when both die they lose their bark. Q: Luke has it in front of him, Paul has it behind him, Billy Mulligan has it twice in the one spot ?
A: The letter "l".Q: What side of the mug is the handle at?
A: The outside.Q: What is smaller than a midge's mouth ?(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.