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Take Off My Skin

Take off my skin, I won’t cry, but you will. What am I?

An onion.

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Roads Without Cars

Where will you find roads without cars, forests without trees and cities without houses?

On a map.

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PPOD Rebus

What phrase does this represent?

PPOD

Two peas in a pod.

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Two Backbones

I have two backbones and thousands of ribs and I stretch across the land. What am I?

Train tracks.

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My Thunder, Lightning and Rain

My thunder comes before the lightning.
My lightning comes before the clouds.
My rain dries all the land it touches.

What am I?

A volcano.

(via Reddit)

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Earthen Home Not a Den

This earthen home is not a den.
I’ve seen impressive rows of them.
As lost as any man becomes,
he always finds his way back home.

A grave.

By Sef Daystrom

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Cheap To Make, Easy To Define

I’m cheap to make and easy to define.
A riverbank could populate the line.

What am I?

A boundary.

By Sef Daystrom

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A Surprise Party

What is a surprise party without any cause for celebration?

An ambush.

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I C the C Above the C, What Do I C?

I C the C Above the C, What Do I C?

Note: This riddle works better when spoken, and the C is there to avoid giving anything away in written form.

The crescent moon above the ocean.

(I see the C above the sea)

Found on Reddit.

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What’s The Captain’s Name?

I was standing by a railing,
watching a ship a sailing.
What is the Captain’s name.
If you don’t know his name,
It’s you to blame.
What is the Captain’s name.

“What” is the name of the Captain.

Thanks to Sherry for submitting this one. Here’s the backstory of the riddle.

“One of my favorites I remember as a child from my father, he always said it was a Newfoundland riddle. I don’t know where it may have originated. This is usually spoken. Ensure you say it as a statement and not a question.”

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