This is the same question as My prefix is weird, My suffix is a friend, but with a couple of ever-so-slight modifications (and obviously a different answer):
My prefix is Weird.
My suffix is a Friend....
My prefix is weird.
My suffix is a friend.
My infix is a creature to be feared.
My whole has a massive extend*.
*Clarification (not needed, but may clear something up):
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Find these two words I holler.
One is just a color,
the other is the place of the crawler
but what's interesting indeed
is that one from the other we read
when not to spoil fun we agreed
within our ...
I am your enemy,
And I come undercover.
Better to introduce
myself as frenemy,
Do you see me inside your lover?
Remember, lust is one of the greatest seven.
Oh but maybe you're a good person,
Then I ...
I took a word to work with me
And it made me feel quite retentive,
Then when lunch came, my friends would agree,
Rearranging it was quite an incentive
Come home time and I reversed direction
To get me ...
If points were meals on Stack Exchange,
You'd do this, though it be strange.
It's in French when you're all viewing,
Too much boredom will be its undoing.
To check what you see, if you find me:
In a duel between naked kings
he who has a castle and steed shall prevail;
wrap the battlefield in and around itself, however,
and you'll find this is no longer the tale;
but before so doing, add a ...
Pursued by many, hated by few,
It's amazing how much I can do.
Creation, enlargement, or despise,
Tell me now where you keep your eyes.
Life or death, on different fronts,
I am the goal of many hunts.
With two, I am something you have from birth.
With three, I am a time to celebrate their worth.
With four, I am a popular dressing or spread.
With all five, some people may call me a head.
Riddle me this:
I have more than one face, but I have no eyes.
I roll out of hand during multiple tries.
I very much often do not roll alone;
I have a partner, who like myself, enjoys being thrown.
SHOOVER GOT PAGE 2 (THE ANSWER TO WHICH WAS MCDONALD'S ISLINGTON) AND SOLVE PAGE THREE TO GET A HINT TO SOLVE THE NEXT PAGE.
Just as was for solving the first
Page number three had started to burst
APOLOGIES AS THE FIRST SET OF NUMBERS WAS INCORRECT. THIS IS MY FIRST TIME WRITING A PROPER STORY RIDDLE SO EXCUSE ME IF IT'S NOT GREAT. YOU'LL GET A NEW PAGE OF THE BOOK EACH TIME YOU SOLVE THE LAST ...