Friday, June 4, 2010


Do you like riddles? Samson of the Old Testament was a he-man, but he liked riddles. I am not very good at them, but here is one.

What is more precious than gold;
Sweeter than honey;
And releases great rewards?

The answer will come on Monday's blog.

Did you know that it is Scriptural for men to make the coffee? You know, HEBREWS!

What about these riddels?

1. What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?
2. What goes round the world but stays in a corner?
3. What is black and white and red all over?
4. What goes up and down the stairs without moving?

Some riddles cannot be read because reading them is a give-a-way.

My father has a couple of riddles that he has told all my life. One of them is about the guy who said to another guy while standing at a pond, "Can't fish here." The guy responded, "I don't know?" The obvious answer is that he thought he was asking if fish can "hear"?

Here are the answers to the above riddles. The first riddle's answer comes Monday, unless you think you know it.

1. A towel
2. A stamp
3. An embarrassed skunk, or a sunburned penguin, or a zebra painted red, or a newspaper.
4. A rug

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