Originally posted by Grampy BobbyDear Drew
Dear Uncle Bob,
the answer is one knight!
One night a king and a queen went on a boat.
I hope you like my riddles, because I'm going to be sending you more.
Originally posted by Grampy Bobby"It's been around for millions of years, but it's no more than a month old. What is it?"
Dear Uncle Bobby,
I have a riddle for you.
One night a king and a queen went on a boat. The king fell off and drowned.
The queen fell off and drowned. Who was left?
Originally posted by C J HorseThanks, C J. Here's one for you: "How do you get down from an elephant?"
Because it goes through its phases - new, to full, to old - which takes about a month. It then disappears from view and starts again as a "new" moon. I'll try and think of some.
Originally posted by Shallow BlueOf course, in terms of human language of accomodation (which the race employs to express opinions and views regarding matters and phenomenon, otherwise far beyond
But the new moon is the same old new moon it was last month...