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The following riddle was inspired by what is referred to as "Riley Puzzles / Riddles" (example).
Another Riley Riddle! This one keeps to the traditions, but it might be a little too hard. I will give ...
I'll admit, okay? I have no tongue.
But that doesn't mean that we are done-
A delicious dessert, or perhaps your manhood;
But don't forget to double it good.
A cold treat with a 'nana
But without the ...
Inspired by @QuantumTwinkie's anagram puzzles.
Okay, another $20$ lines for another anagram puzzle. (I did reveal one of the original lines in a comment, but you won't find that here.) Some are easy, ...
I'm the beginning, and I'll be the end.
When I'm gone, so will you, my friend.
I am the power, the power of life.
Without me, nothing can survive.
Now you know the rules of my game
I want you to guess ...
I'm interested in finding English words that, when any one letter is removed, the result is still a valid, correctly-spelled English word. For example, the word "SPAY" is an example of such a word, as ...
I've got a friend. You haven't met him yet, so I'll tell you about him.
Hey, are you listening? I'll quiz you! Sound fair?
This guy, he's a bit of a trouble maker. At work, when something goes ...
You get home from work, grab the mail, take off your coat, and sit down on the couch with the TV on the news. "Bills, bills, junk..." you sift through your mail, and stop to look at a very ...