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CHORUS                                                                VERSE
Baa-baa, black wool,                        If the butterfly courted the bee
  Have you any sheep?                       And the owl the porcupine;
Yes, sir, a pack full,                         If churches were built in the sea,
  Creep, mouse creep!                     And three times one was nine;


Four and twenty little maids                 If the pony rode his master,
Hanging out the pie,                               If the buttercups ate the cows,
Out jumped the honey-pot,                     If the cat had the dire disaster
   Guy Fawkes, Guy!                                   To be worried sir, by a mouse;

Cross Latch Cross Latch,                     If mamma sir, sold, the baby
   Sit an
d spin the fire,                            To a gypsy for half a crown;
When the pie was opened,                   If a gentleman, sir, was a lady,
  The bird was on the brier?                The world would be Upside-Down!

Out jumped the honey-pot,                 If any of all these wonders
  Guy Fawkes, Guy!                             Should ever come about
Cross Latch Cross Latch,                  I should not consider them blunders,
  Sit and spin the fire,                      For I should be Inside-Out!
When the pie was opened,
  The bird was on the brier?


They went to sea in a sieve, they did, in a sieve they went to sea;
In spite of all their friends could say,
On a winter's morn, on a stormy day,
In a sieve they went to sea!
And when the sieve turned round and round,
And everyone cried, "You'll all be drowned!"
They cried aloud, " Our sieve ain't big,
But we don't care a button, we don't care a fig!
In a sieve we'll go to sea

Far and few, far and few,
Are the lands where the Jumblies live; their heads are green

And their hands are blue, and they went to sea in a sieve.

The water it soon came in, it did, the water it soon came in;
So to keep them dry they wrapped their feet,
In a pinky paper all folded and neat, and they fastened it down with a pin.
And they passed the night in a crockery jar,
And each of them said, "How wise we are!
Though the sky be dark and the voyage be long,
Yet we never can think we were rash, or wrong
While round in our sieve we spin!"
In a sieve we'll go to sea
Far and few, far and few,
Are the lands where the Jumblies live; their heads are green

And their hands are blue, and they went to sea in a sieve.

They sailed to the Western sea they did,
to a land all covered with trees.
And they bought an Owl, and a useful Cart,
And a pound of Rice and a Cranberry Tart, and a hive of Silvery Bees.
And they bought a Pig, and some Green Jackdaws,
And a lovely Monkey with Lollipop Paws,
And forty bottles of Ring-Bo-Ree,

And no end of Stilton Cheese.
In a sieve we'll go to sea
Far and few, far and few,
Are the lands where the Jumblies live; their heads are green

And their hands are blue, and they went to sea in a sieve.

And in twenty years they all came back, in twenty years or more,
And everyone said, "How tall they've grown!"
For they've been to the lakes
And the Torrible Zone, and the hills of the Chankly Bore!"
And they drank their health, and gave them a feast;
Of dumplings made of beautiful Yeast;
And everyone said, "If only we live, we too will go to sea in a Sieve
To the hills of the Chankly Bore!"
 Far and few, far and few, are the lands where the Jumblies live;
Their heads are green and their hands are blue
And they went to sea in a sieve.

                             By the One, and Only, Mr Edward Lear.
there are quite a few more verses to tis, too many to put on here,
but should anyone want the whole poem I have it along with very many E. Lears. xx


which is from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
I thank them very much

Warm up with some little ones below ...

What do you do with dead elements?

Where do fish keep their money?

What do you get when you cross an automobile with a household animal?

Marys father has 4 children; three are named Nana, Nene, and Nini. So what is is the 4th childs name?

From what heavy seven-letter word can you take away two letters and have eight left?

What three numbers have the same answer when added together and multiplied together?

What bone has a sense of humor?

What did the leg bone say to the foot?

What did the rib cage say to the heart?

What force and strength
can not get through,
I with a gentle touch can do,
and many in the streets would stand,
were I not as a friend in hand.

What walks all day on its head?

What is round as a dishpan and no matter the size, all the water in the ocean can't fill it up?

I have many eyes but cannot see.
I have no mouth or nose, but always smell.
Do not eat my tree or you will be,
a very rare FATALITY!

The more of them you take, the more you leave behind. What are they?

He who has it doesn't tell about it. He who takes it doesn't know about it. He who knows what it is doesn't want it. What is it?

It lives without a body, hears without ears, speaks without a mouth, and is born in air. What is it?

I fasten it and it walks. I unfasten it and it stops. What is it?

What goes around and around the wood but never goes into the wood?

I have a little house in which I live all alone. My house has no doors or windows, and if I want to go out I must break through the wall. What am I?

Poke your fingers in my eyes and I will open wide my jaws. Linen cloth, quills, or paper, I am greedy and devour them all. Who am I?

It stands on one leg with its heart in its head. What is it?

What is is that you will break every time you name it?

What fastens two people yet touches only one?

I am the beginning of sorrow, and the end of sickness. You cannot express happiness without me, yet I am in the midst of crosses. I am always in risk, yet never in danger. You may find me in the sun, but I am never seen out of darkness.

What is put on a table and cut, but never eaten?

I am taken from a mine, and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost everybody. What am I?

I am around long before dawn.
But by lunch I am usually gone.
You can see me summer, fall, and spring.
I like to get on everything.
But when winter winds start to blow;
Burr, then it's time for me to go!
What am I?

What's full of holes but still holds water?

What has four fingers and one thumb, but is not alive?

How many letters are in the alphabet?

What grows in winter, dies in summer, and grows roots upward?

What flies without wings?

What is bigger when new and grows smaller with use?

You can draw me, fire me or fill me in. What am I?

Name three keys that unlock no doors.

What turns everything around, but does not move?

While walking across a bridge I saw a boat full of people. Yet on the boat there wasn't a single person. Why?

What has four legs, a head, and leaves?

What has wheels and flies, but is not an aircraft)?

What happens when you throw a white rock into the Red Sea?
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What do you have when twenty rabbits step backwards?

What am I? I am the only thing that always tells the truth. I show off everything that I see. I come in all shapes and sizes. So tell me what I must be!

What happens twice in a week, and once in a year, but never in a day?

Where do you find roads without vehicles, forests without trees, and cities without houses?

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

What are two things you cannot eat for supper?

What is half of 2+2?

How many seconds are there in a year?

When asked what he does all day, a man answered that he sits and makes faces. What does he really mean?

What time is it when 12 cats chase a mouse?

What has a tongue, cannot walk, but gets around a lot?

What is black and white and read all over?

A man without eyes saw plums on a tree;
He neither took plums, nor left plums,
Now how can that be?

Twelve pears hanging high, twelve men passing by.
Each took a pear and left eleven hanging there.
How can this be?

There's a one story house that's all blue inside. The floor was blue, the lamps were blue,the walls were blue,everything was blue. So what color were the interior stairs?

What word looks the same upside down and backwards?

He has dust in his eye and a fan for a wing,
a leg akimbo on which he can sing,
and dye in his mouth instead of a sting
what is he?
[Note: This is actually a Robert Frost poem entitled "One Guess"]

Have you heard the saying what goes up must come down? Well what goes up and never goes down?

What word in the English language is always spelled incorrectly?

If an electric train is going east at 60 miles an hour and there is a strong westerly wind, which way does the smoke from the train drift.

What runs around a house but doesn't move?

What kind of fish chases a mouse?

What is a cat on Ice?

Do you know why orange juice is so smart?

This thing devours all,
Birds, beasts, trees, flowers,
Gnaws iron, bites steel,
Grinds hard stones to meal, Slays kings, ruins towns,
And beats high mountains down.
(by J. R. R. Tolkein)

Two mothers and two daughters go to a pet store and buy three cats. Each female gets her own cat. How is this possible?

What can you sit on, sleep on, and brush your teeth with?

If one child has 6 2/3 sand piles and another has 3 1/3, and you combine them, how many sand piles do you have?

While on Safari in the wild jungles of Africa, Professor Claudia woke one morning and felt something in the pocket of her pajamas. It had a head and a tail, but no legs. When Claudia got up she could feel it move inside of her pocket. However, Claudia showed little concern and went about her morning activities. Why wasn't she concerned?

I can sizzle like bacon,
I am made with an egg,
I have plenty of backbone, but lack a good leg,
I peel layers like onions, but still remain whole,
I can be long, like a flagpole, yet fit in a hole,
What am I?

You are in a room with 3 monkeys. One has a banana, one has a stick, one has nothing. Which primate in the room is the smartest?

What is gray,has a tail, and a trunk?

A horse is tied to a 20 foot long rope. The horse wants to get some water that is 30 feet away. The horse gets the water easily. How is this?

Here on earth it is always true,
that a day follows a day.
But there is a place where yesterday
always follows today!
What am I ?

A boy goes and buys a fishing pole that is 6' 3" long. As he goes to get on the bus, the bus driver tells him that he can't take anything on the bus longer than 6'. The boy goes back to town, buys one more thing, and the bus driver allows him on the bus. What did he buy, and what did he do with it?

And visit our Swim with the Goldfish activity at!

What weighs more -- a ton of feathers or a ton of gold?

Scientists have proven that cats have more hair on one side then their other side. Some people believe that this is because when cats lay on their side they need insulation from the cold on the floor or ground. Which side of a cat has more hair?

A railroad crossing, look for the cars.
Can you spell all that without any R's?

Your mother's brother's only brother-in-law is asleep on your couch. Who is asleep on your couch?

Why is it so easy to weigh fish?

Why can't a man living in Winston Salem, NC, be buried west of the Mississippi?

Who can shave 25 times a day and still have a beard?

Which moves faster: heat or cold?

When young, I am sweet in the sun.
When middle-aged, I make you gay.
When old, I am valued more than ever.
What am I?

What is the greatest worldwide use of cowhide?

What's the difference between here and there?

What's colorless and weightless, but if you put it into a barrel, the barrel would become lighter?

What's better than the best thing, and worst than the worst thing?

What won't break if you throw it off the highest building in the world, but will break if you place it in the ocean?

What two things can you never eat for breakfast?

What runs but cannot walk?

What one word has the most letters in it?

What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in an hour?

What kind of rocks are on the bottom of the Mississippi River?

What kind of room has no windows or doors?

What kind of nut has no shell?

What kind of coat can be put on only when wet?

What is the moon worth?

What is the longest word in the English language?

What is the center of gravity?

What has to be broken before it can be used?

What has no beginning, end or middle?

What is in the middle of nowhere?

What has a foot on each side and one in the middle?

What happened in the middle of the 20th Century that will not happen again for 4,000 years?

What grows when it eats, but dies when it drinks?

What grows up while growing down?

What goes up and down without moving?

What gets whiter the dirtier it gets?

What do you throw out when you want to use it, but take in when you don't want to use it?

What do you serve that you cannot eat?

What do the numbers 11, 69, and 88 all have in common?

What can you catch but not throw?

What can pass before the sun without making a shadow?

What can go up a chimney down, but can't go down a chimney up?

What can burn the eyes, sting the mouth, yet be eaten?

What can be swallowed, but can also swallow you?

What book was once owned by only the wealthy, but now nearly everyone can have it? You can't buy it in a bookstore or take it from a library?

The more you take, the more you leave behind. What are they?

The more you have of it, the less you see. What is it?

The capital of Turkey is a long word. Can you spell it?

Take off my skin and I won't cry, but you will, what am I?

Is an old hundred dollar bill better than a new one?

In what year did Christmas Day and New Year's Day fall in the same year?

In Oklahoma, you cannot take a picture of a man with a sign. Why not?

If you were to take two apples from three apples, how many would you have?

If you were standing directly on Antarctica's South Pole facing north, which direction would you travel if you took one step backward?

If you were locked in a concrete room with no windows or doors, and all you have with you is a bed and a calendar, how would you eat and drink?

If you have it, you want to share it, but if you share it, you don't have it. What is it?

If two's company, and three's a crowd, what are four and five?A Rooster!!!

If a rooster laid a brown egg and a white egg, what kind of chicks would hatch?

I know a word of letters three. Add two and fewer there will be. What is the word?

How much dirt is in a hole 4 feet deep and 2 feet wide?

How many times can you subtract the number 5 from 25?

How many bricks does it take to complete a building made of brick?

Forward I am heavy, but backward I am not. What am I?Pingu yeh!

Even if they are starving, natives living in the Arctic will never eat a penguin's egg. Why not?

Clara Clatter was born on December 27th, yet her birthday is always in the summer. How is this possible?

A skin have I, more eyes than one. I can be very nice when I am done. What am I?

What is the tallest building in town?

You are pushing your car. You stop at a hotel. At that precise moment you realize that you are bankrupt. What is actually going on?

As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with seven wives, the seven wives had seven sacks, the seven sacks had seven cats, the seven cats had seven kittens; kittens, cats, sacks and wives, how many were going to St. Ives?

What doesn't get any wetter, no matter how much rain falls on it?

The one who made it, didn't want it.
The one who bought it, didn't need it.
The one who used it, never saw it. What is it?


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Here are 20 Easy Question's

Try not to look up the answers,
best to get Mum or someone to help,

1. What French National Heroine was burned at the stake in 1431?

2. Crossword Puzzle Clues are labeled "across" and "What" other orientation?

3. Who wrote the book called "The Defence Never Rests", F. Lee Bailey or F. Murray Abraham?

4. In Psychology, What "O" is the opposite of a Pessimist?

5. In Hospitals, The Calm Reassuring way in which doctors talk to their patients is known as their Bedside "What"?

6. What Cocktail made with Vodka and Tomato Juice is named for a British Queen?

7. What soap opera is known for the opening phrase "Like Sands Through The Hourglass"?

8. On What Game Show does a contestant break the chain if they answered their question incorrectly?

9. What Fruit is known in Italy as a "Pomodoro"?

10. What Kevin Bacon Movie opened as a Broadway Musical in 1998?

11. In What Broadway Musical did Ethel Merman play Annie Oakley?

12. Before Adopting The Euro, What was the basic unit of currency in France?

13. What Movie features Dan Aykroyd fighting a giant marshmallow man?

14. In Fashion Retail, A Store Employee who works with individual customers to help them choose clothes is known as a "What" Shopper?

15. In Religion, according to the authorized version of the Bible, Jacob made his son Joseph a coat of many "What"?

16. In Geography, The Four Countries of the UK are England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Which Other?

17. In British Customs, What "P" is a polite word that is widely used at the end of a sentence to accompany a request?

18. In Sport, What "J" follows High, Triple and Long to make the names of three athletic events?

19. According to a line from a song in a famous musical, Which Geographical Features are Alive With The Sound Of Music?

20. According to the Dictionary, The Bottom of the Sea is often referred to as Who's Locker?
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by Mike TT

Answers on the page down below the video playlist.

Among the 'must reads' of the day, Dennis was naughty but held his wits about him. When Mr Wilson exclaimed: 'Get out of my hair', Dennis coolly responded: 'But Mr Wilson, you don't have any!' The 'menace' is now 50-plus! (Well, the comic strip celebrated 50 years of publication on 12 March 2001.) Dennis never grew up in the strip, and remains America's 'Ambassador of Mischief.
Try and think out the answer before using 'MOUSE OVER!
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1.       What is Dennis's surname in the comic strip?

2.       What are the names of Dennis's parents?

3.       What is the title of Hank Ketcham's autobiography, released in 1992?

4.      In which European country did Ketcham live for almost twenty years on the earnings from the strip and other books?

5.       In 1994, Ketcham gave up drawing Dennis the Menace himself Which two people did he hand over the assignment to?

6. How old is Dennis in the comic strip?


7. From where did Ketcham arrive at the name Dennis?

8.       Who starred as the grumpy Mr Wilson in the 1993 film Dennis the Menace?

9.      Who played Dennis in this film version?

10.     What are the first names of Mr and Mrs Wilson?

11. What is the Mitchells'address?

12.       Which American basketball player, who featured in the film Double Team, was nicknamed 'Dennis the Menace'?

13.      Dennis's best friend shares his name with a baby kangaroo. What is he called?

14.       Which girl, two years older than Dennis, considers him to be her heart throb?

15.       What is the name of Dennis's dog?

16.      For which company does Dennis's father work as an aeronautical engineer?

17.      What is the name of Dennis's family cat that gets its name from its mustard colour?

18.     Where did Mr Wilson work beforeretirement?

19.      Name the Italian-born girl who makes Dennis feel 'funny inside' and sometimes prompts him to say: 'You're lots of fun'?

20.      By what name is Dennis's grandfather known?


ImageCross Road Jokes:Image


Why did the chicken cross the road?

ImageTo get to the other side..

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chicken on a slide, I don't believe it!Why did the chicken cross the playground?

ImageTo get to the other  slide

Why did the starfish cross the road?

ImageTo get to the other tide.

Why did the fox cross the road?

ImageTo get the chicken.

Why did the chewing gum cross the road?

ImageIt was stuck to the chickens foot

Why did the deer cross the road?

ImageIt was the chickens day off.

Why did the T-Rex cross the road twice?

Image The chicken hadn't evolved yet 

Why did the turkey cross the road?

ImageTo prove it was not a chicken.

Why did the weasel cross the road twice?

ImageHe was a lousy double crosser.

Why did the turtle cross the road?

ImageTo get to the Shell petrol station 

Why did the cow cross
the road?
ImageTo go to the Mooooovies

 Why didn't the skeleton cross the road?

  ImageIt had no guts. ha ha

It is a good idea to pause the questions if they move to fast for you the first time around

Riddle me Ree, We have guests for tea.
Tell me the answers then go and see,
once more,  if you missed them the fist time.


Best Answer - Chosen by Asker

1.   Joan of Arc.       2.   Down.        3.   Bailey,        4.   Optimism.     5.    Manner.     6.   Bloody Mary,     
7.   Days of Our Lives.       8.   The Weakest Link,    9.   Tomato.     10.   Footloose.   
11.   Annie Get Your gun.   12.   Franc.   13.   Ghostbusters.    14.    Personal.      15.   Colours.   
16.   Wales.    17.   Please.    18.  Jump.   19.   Hills.   20.   Davy Jones.

what a fishy joke

I'm leaving you, Gilbert.

You can keep the bowl,but I'm taking the water

and all the coloured stones 



Harry Potter
Take the test and see how much you know about the book, Harry Potter

  1. What did Harry say to Ron in the fourth movie right after Ron received his "dress robes"?

A. "Is there a bonnet? Ah HA! Here it is!"

B. Ignored the look on Ron's face and went back to his breakfast.
C. "Those things look like my Aunt Marge picked them out!"
D. "Maybe those were meant for Ginny?"
E. Laughed hysterically and could not say anything coherent.

2. What is the only type of food Harry wouldn't eat in the first book, at the Beginning Feast?

A. Hamburger
B. Fudge
C. Peppermint Humbugs
D. Steak
E. Haggis

3. What is Sirius Black's brother's name?

A. Romulus

B. Regulus
C. Reggie
D. Rolaris
E. Reginald

4. What are the only three House-Elves Harry has ever met?

A. Winky, Dobby, and Kreacher
B. Molly, Hermione, and Arthur
C. What are House-elves?
D. I really don't know.
E. Mundungus, Krie, and Wolfsbane

5. What is the name of the most powerful love potion in the world?
A. I don't care.
B. I don't know, but I'm gonna find out!
C. Polyjuice Potion
                                  D. Wolfsbane
                                  E. Amortentia

6. What can Harry smell when faced with the most powerful love potion in the world?

A. What kind of stupid question is that!
B. Ginny's perfume, paper, and Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans
                          C. Freshly mowed grass, parchment,
                                   and too embarrassed to say what else

                          D. That's it... I'm going on to another quiz.
                          E. Broomstick handle, a flowery smell, and treacle tart.

7. OK, I'll give you all an easy one: Who can tell me the name of the magazine Harry gave an exclusive interview to?

A. This quiz is stupid!
B. Don't know
C. Witch Weekly
D. The Quibbler
E. The Daily Prophet

8. In which book did Harry find out that he has a godfather?

A. The third one.
B. I don't know.
C. This is a really hard question!
D. The first one.
E. The second one?

Grawp9. Who is Grawp?

A. Hermione's cat
B. a made up figment of my imagination
C. Harry's worst nightmare
D. Hagrid's 1/2 brother
E. The title of some obscure book

10. Who is Harry currently dating?
A. Luna Lovegood
B. I don't know
C. No one
D. Ginny
E. Cho Chang

Answers at the bottom of the page

0-4 You're not a Harry Potter fan.
5-9 You love Harry Potter very much.
10 You're an utmost Harry Potter fan

cows and sheepcows and sheep


Molly was coming to dinner with Michael, David and Dee
There was Mummy and Daddy, the twins and I.
We were having an egg for  our tea.
To the hen house we went to collect them,
please, come along with me?
Cartoon Sarah

Look Clara had laid me four brown eggs,
and Chuckie had laid me three.
Bertha had given me two times two,
yet Betty has none for our tea.
Sarah and Susie have one egg each,
Augusta laid two eggs more
A perfect four minute egg, hm m lovely.Then "whoops" as I left the hen house
I dropped half a doz on the floor.
"Oh dear" I cried with great anguish.
"What am I going to do?"
Would there be enough left for our tea now?
Count quick and then let me know?"


Oranges and Lemons,
Peaches and Pears.
Horses and  apples,
Onions make tears

Brocalli and Cauliflower,
roast dinner
Broad Beans and Peas.
Salt, Pepper, Mustard,
Mint Sauce and Cheese.

Olives Oil and Ice Cream,
Apple Juice and Ham
apple juiceWrapped in a Lettuce Leaf,
All covered with Jam.

Answers at bottom of page

Dorothy Milnes Sinclair.copyright 2007
Image             Q.   Why is the letter T like an island?
A.  Because it's in the middle of waTer
peek a boo
Q.  There was a wasp and a hornet sitting on a tea cup,
which one lost his temper?
A.  The one that flew off the handle.

FlyQ. Waiter, waiter there's a spider in my soup!
A.  I know Sir, it's the fly's day off.

Q.  Which side of a duck has the most feathers?
              A.  The Outside. 
Q. What do snakes do after they have a fight?
A.  They Hiss and make up


  Who said:

 Q.   "Duh suddle cub up toborrow?

  A.  Little Orphan Annie with a cold

Q.  Forwards it's Heavy,
  Backwards it's not.
What Is It?
A.   TON

It is a letter!WHAT IS IT?

The beginning of eternity
The end of space
The beginning of every end
And the end of every place

Q.  What is it?

A.  The letter E.


The more you feed it
The more it grows high
But if you give it water
It will surly die.

Q. What is it?

A. Fire.

Q. What did one eye say to the other?

A.  Between you and me something smells....

fluff bagFluff Bling


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Queen Pepper of Peppercorn Green has two.
Prudence, Barnaby Nettle's horse has four.
fluff gypsy
Hope, Honesty and Honey the Sorrell triplets have six between them.
But Henrietta who is always knitting Under the Moon has eight.
The five chickens pecking in the snow in Journey into Christmas have ten all together.

Three of Diddily's Cats have twelve, five black, three white and four black and white.
There are seven frogs in my pond that makes a grand total of fourteen.
But the snake Smithy, that goes there when it's hot, poor thing, he has none.
The Green Fluff
Henrietta had her sister Frederica come over to help wind her wool, they had sixteen to stand on.

Three Ants decided to take a walk to Pontybodkyn, they had six each making eighteen altogether.
And that just left Dexter and Duncan, King Pepper, Fiona and Casper,
Plus Princess Cornflower, her horse and Ann her best friend.
That makes twenty I think, but of what, are the
questions you ask?

Fluff with Ice cream
Can't you see, I've done all the counting,

Fluff with Hat on
      But what is it that I count???
at the bottom of page .    
I have no idea where I found these little creatures but they are beautiful.
Thankyou very much.
If you can send me an email I will put your name on the page. Diddily    

Fluff's Apples
Another Counting Rhyme

fluff with a starBeeny and Tweeny, Macmillan and Mo,
Went out fishing with Jillian and Jo.
Beeny caught three fish, Jill she caught two,
Mac caught a lobster, a crab and the flu.
Tweeny had a net and so did little Jo.
The rest had a  pail and a spare one for Mo.
They all caught a tiddler, one eel and had fun.

But how many fishy things were caught in the sun?A fishLobster with drum kit
dorothy milnes sinclair 2007


 Riddling RhymesViaduct
Cherry PieTrifle, custard, or Gooseberry Pie
Sounds like a place that's hot and dry!

It crosses a river, or valley wide
  And carries a train to the other side.

A Cat that feeds upon fresh meat,
Spotted all over and very, very fleet.

marigolds It paints a picture and cleans your nail,  
and it's also the name of a fox's tail.

       A person who sells pansies and posies       
Bouquets and wreaths, violets and roses

                       What is the biggest moth of all?
                                                             A MAMMOTH

1. "What is black and white a
nd red! all over? "
1. A newspaper.

    2.  "What lies shaking at the bottom of the Sea? "
    2.    A nervous wreck      

    Knock, knock,                                                          Knock, knock,                                            Knock knock
      Whose there?                                                         Whose there?                                             Whose there?
      Sadie.                                                                            Norma Lee                                                  Oscar     
      Sadie who?                                                                 Norma Lee who?                                      Oscar who?
Sadie magic word and I'll tell you               Normal Lee I'd telephone.                 Os car silly question,
                                                                                                                                                                       You get a silly answer.
     Knock, Knock,                          Knock, Knock.
                             Who's there?                                     Who's there?                      

    Isabel.                                         Amos!
    Isabel who?                               Amos who?
    Is a bell on a bike                     A Mos quito bit me           

Lunatic Limericks

young man from New YorkThere was a young man from New York,
Who took out his dog for a walk,
They came to the park,
There they stopped for a lark,
And now they are living in Cork

                                    There once was a tiger called Pickles,
                                           Who's stripes were all wantonly squiggled,

                              They were wavy like this ~~~~~~~~
                             And wiggely like that  )( )( )(,
                                             So much so, that he was quite skittled.

There once were a couple of of llamas,
                        Who swaggered in silken pyjamas:
But in coldest weathers
They wished they wore feathers,
Like the birdies who live in Bahamas.

                                There was an old lady called Diddily,
                                    Who wrote stories and tales, all squiggily,
                                   Till one day she went square
                                  And how people did stare,
                                    For all was just Higgily Piggily.
 There was a young girl from New Zealand
 Who travelled  to some place called Ealing,
  Where it said on the door,
 "Please don't spit on the floor,"
 So she looked up and spat on the ceiling.
      There was a little girl called Molly,
        Had two friends, a bear, and a golly.
      She went to the park,
      Saw a squirrel and  lark,
      And a parrot who called himsef Polly

 The Travelling Alphabet

Welsh Dragon


    Arwyn went to Amlwch to fetch some fish for mam.
    Angharad went to Abersoch to see her Uncle Sam.
    Bryn he went to Bala, took a boat out on the lake.
    Byddig biked to Bangor she bought herself a cake.
    Cledwyn came from Corwen, He had a funny knee.
    But Ceridwen went to Corwen, she had a cousin there you see.

The Fire People
      Charles he left for Cardiff were the Strady Park was brimming.
     Chrissy she went with him and for once their side was winning.
     Dafydd stayed in Ddol Conwy, a lonely place but fine.

    Dilys died in Dowlais, she worked down Crawshaw's mine.
     Eifion came from Ebbw Vale, were the good steel's from they say.
     Eirlys stayed in Eglwys Wen where they all kneel down and pray.

    Frankie flew from Florida, on holiday I guess.
    Ffion was a Flintshire girl, she wore a pretty dress.
    Geraint toured Glamorgan, "I'm in their team" said he
    Gwenllian sang a sad old song of Gwendraeth's sad valley.  
    Huw left for Hiraehog, the sheep dog trials to see
    Heulwen went there with him, but she came to visit me.



    Idris took his ferrets to Isycoed and won the show.
    Iris t
ook her pet pigs and won a rosette for her sow.
    Jack he went to Johnston, on his way to Pembroke Dock
    Joanna knew he was coming and put on her new frock.
    Kenneth stood in Knighton, not far from Offa's Dyke
    Kayleigh came down from Kinnerton, she has a friend called Mike.

   Conwy Castle

    Leighton Rees, threw darts well in Llanrisant I do believe.
    Lowri wanted to watch him but ended up in Cefn -y-Bydd.
    Morris crossed the Menai Bridge, to watch the trains go by
    Megan read the Mabinogion the stories made her cry.
    Nicholas lived in Cardiff where he went to Ninian Park
    Nerys goes there with him, but to her it's all a lark.

    Osian lived in Oswestry yet with friends he climbed the Orme
    Olwen Helps her father, in spring when lambs are born.
    Patrick came from Ireland, settled in Penmaenmawr.
    Pam went to Philidelphia, he left from Aberdour.

   Quentin visited Queensferry, went ore the Dee and Bridge.
   Queenie left for Queensland she saw the Barrier Reef.

Married Trefina

 Rees visited Wales on holiday, he went to Rhos and Rhyl,
 Rhian ate to much rhubarb and had to take a pill.
 Selwyn ran the Barber's shop, in Sarn, down Powys way.
 Sioned taught the Swansea children, how to work and play.
 Trevor Tai-bach Clwyd had a farm with his brother Tal.
 Tal he married Trefina and they moved to Holywell.

    Thora wrote her sweetheart, she was bound for Thornbury Town
    Thomas went to meet her, she wore an evening gown
    Uriah lived in Uwchmynydd not far from Bardsey Isle.

    Una took her sister there, they walked a country mile.
    Vincent worked on Valley, mending aircraft on the ground.
    Virginia fro Lake Vyrnwy had a little Bassett hound.


Up and down the hills of Wales    William, he's from Wales like, he's dark and young and bold
    Wendy she's his sweetheart, she lives this side of Mold.
    Ystradowen is in Dyfed, Ysceifiog's further north and east
    Come join us all in Clwyd were we'll share a Xmas feast
     We've been up and down like Zion, from Ynys Mon to Cardiff Bay.
    Did you enjoy the journey?

    Why not come another day.  

  Image  Can you tell me two things?
    1. How many people were in the poem?
    2. And how many places were mentioned?



 Puzzling Puzzles
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    In the word;                      CINEMATOGRAPHS            find :-

    1.    4. Animals                     2.    4.   Birds                 3.    4.    Fishes  

4.    4. Insects                    5.    4.  Flowers              6.    4.    Fruits Image

7.    4. Girls' names            8.    4.  Boys' names        9.    4.   English TownsImage
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Hidden in this story are eight things that you would usually find in the sky.
Can you tell me what they are?

On Friday when Johnny came in from school he asked his Mum to help him with his homework. The teacher had asked that the children collect three black items to take into school on the following day. "But they all have to be something that is of no use anymore Mam." he added.
"Well that shouldn't be to hard, darling" his Mother said. "All we have to do is make a plan, everything is easier that way."
"OK," Johnny said smiling." Where shall we start?"
Well let's undo this bag of bits and bobs and see what we can find in that first."
"Hm,m. I don't think this old whisk  you use for making the batter is any good, do you?" Johnny laughed and then throwing that to one side he pulled out his big brothers lost Arsenal shirt.
"Oh look mam, Barry has been looking for this everywhere." He threw it over to his mam who was inspecting a little black-magic loudspeaker that played tunes without anyone knowing how.
"It's too small for him now my  love," she answered. "But I think this is a good item." she handed Johnny the speaker.
"Oh look, and I can take this old train, thats black."
M,m,m and I think Molly would be pleased if we got rid of this horrid black frock, Ethel gave her for her birthday." Johnnies Mam said standing up. "There you go son, easy once you have a plan."
"Wow mum, that really was easy. I thought we'd be looking for things all night." Johnny shoved all the other things back in the bag, then turned and gave his mum a big kiss and a hug.

"Lovely," he said. "What's for tea mum?"

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Cross Road Jokes:
1.   To get to the other side.
2.   To get to the other  slide.
3.   To get to the other tide.
4.   To get the chicken.
5.   It was stuck to the chickens foot.
6.   It was the chickens day off.
7.   The chicken hadn't evolve yet.
8.   To prove it was not a chicken.
9.   He was a lousy double crosser.
10. To get to the Shell petrol station.
11.  To go to the Mooooovies.
12.  It had no guts. ha ha

Mummy Gave me 10p
I would have 5 pence left

1. A  2. C  3. B  4. A  5. E  6. E  7. D  8. A  9. D  10. C
0-4 You're not a Harry Potter fan.
5-9 You love Harry Potter very much.
10 You're an utmost Harry Potter fan!

Chicken Licken
The hens gave Diddily 15 eggs altogether, then she dropped six which left nine

There was one each left for everyone.

A Little Counting Riddle
1. The answer is LEGS


1. Dessert
2. Viaduct
3. Cheetah
4. Brush
5. Pair of Trousers
6. Florist

          1. A Newspaper
2.  A Wrecked ship

Word Finding

1. kite.   2.  plane.   3. sun.   4. sky.
5. stars.  6. cloud.   7. rain.   8. rocket.

Words for Enigma Variations

3 letter words from - Cinderella.

ace  ail  ale all and are
cad can car 
den din
ere ell era ear
ire  ice  ill
lid lad lea lee lei
red ran.

4 letter words from - Snow - white.

hewn  hine  hint  hone hose host
snow stew sown sten shin stow shot snot swot
this tone twin thin
when  with  wine  whet  west  wish  wise .

words four or more from - Cornflower.

clown  cool cooler corn  corner  core  cower   cowl  crone croon  crow  crown

fern  flew  floor flower  flow  frown  flown  fool fore fowl
lower  loofer lore 
  roofer rower  rowen 
wool  wolf  wren  worn  wore.  

Answers to Puzzling Puzzles

1. animals.           cat, hare, horse, tiger.

2. birds.                snipe, martin, crane, heron.

3. fish.                   sprat, roach, perch, shrimp.

4. insects.            ant, gnat, moth, aphis.

5. flowers.           aster, rose, campion, gorse.

6. fruit.                pear, orange, apricot, grape.

7. girl names.      Naomi, Rita, Grace, Sarah.

8. boys names.    Graham, Thomas, Horace, Oscar.

9. English towns  Ripon, Epsom, Hornsea, Penrith.


THERE ARE   ABOUT 57                  PEOPLES NAMES

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