It's January and it's very cold in many places in the Northern Hemisphere. If you live Down Under in Australia and New Zealand, it's the summer season, but you can still enjoy some riddles and word plays. So, why don't you sit by the fire or keep yourself cool and try to solve some of the following riddles and word plays.
QUESTION: I am not alive, but I grow. I do not have lungs, but I need air. I don't have a mouth, but water destroys me. What am I?
QUESTION: People buy me to eat, but don't eat me. What am I?
ANSWER: A plate.
QUESTION: What does a thesaurus eat for breakfast?
ANSWER: Synonym buns.
QUESTION: One big hockey fan claimed to be able to tell the score before any game. How did he do it?
ANSWER: The score before any hockey game should be 0-0, of course.
:"Hanging is too good for a man who makes puns. He should be drawn and quoted."
- Attributed to Fred Allen (1894-1956), American radio comedian, Dictionary of Quotations in
Pupkis: The moist residue left on a window after a dog presses its nose to it.
Santa's helpers are known as subordinate Clauses.
QUESTION: How do construction workers party?
ANSWER: They raise the roof.