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★、山上还有山(出)
★、一个礼拜。(旨)
★、一人一张口,下面长只手。(拿)
★、一人在内。(肉)
★、一人腰上挂把弓。(夷)
★、一加一。(王)
★、一口吃掉牛尾巴。(告)
★、一口咬定。(交)
★、一只牛。(生)
★、一只狗,两个口,谁遇它谁发愁。(哭)
★、一只狗四个口。(器)
★、一只黑狗,不叫不吼(默)
★、一夜又一夜。(多)
★、一大二小。(奈)
★、一字十三点,难在如何点。(汁)
★、一家十一口。(吉)
★、一斗米。(料)
★、一月一日非今天。(明)
★、一月七日。(脂)
★、一点水准。(淮)
★、一百减一。(白)
★、一边是红,一边是绿,一边怕风,一边怕雨。(秋)
★、七人头上长了草。(花)
★、七十二小时。(晶)
★、三口重叠,莫把品字猜。(目)
★、三张纸。(顺)
★、上下串通、上下难分。(卡)
★、不要讲话。(吻)
★、九只鸟。(鸠)
★、九号。(旭)
★、九点。(丸)
★、九辆车。(轨)
★、互吻。(吕)
★、五十对耳朵。(陌)
★、五口之家,旁种一树。(梧)
★、人不在其位。(立)
★、人无信不立。(言)
★、人有他则变大。(一)
★、付出爱心。(受)
★、休要丢人现眼。(相)
★、兄有债。(歌)
★、八十八。(米)
★、公而忘私。(八)
★、六十不足,八十有余。(平)
★、刀出鞘。(力)
★、十一个读书人。(仕)
★、十个哥哥。(克)
★、十二点。(斗)
★、十张口,一颗心(思)
★、十日十月(武昌起义)。(朝)
★、千里丢一,百里丢一。(伯)
★、半个人。(伴)
★、半个月亮。(胖)
★、半真半假。(值)
★、半青半紫。(素)
★、反比。(北)
★、古时候的月亮。(胡)
★、四面都是山,山山都相连。(田)
★、多一半。(夕)
★、大丈夫不得出头。(天)
★、天上无二,合去一口,家家都有。(人)
★、天天。(晦)
★、太阳西边下,月儿东边挂。(明)
★、夫人何处去。(二)
★、如箭在弦。(引)
★、存心不让出大门,你说烦人不烦人。(闷)
★、守门员。(闪)
★、家中添一口。(豪)
★、小姑娘。(妙)
★、山上复山。(出)
★、左有十八,右有十八,二四得八,一八得八。(樊)
★、差一点六斤。(兵)
★、心如刀刺。(必)
★、手提包。(抱)
★、打断念头。(心)
★、文武两全。(斌)
★、日复一日。(昌)
★、旭日东升。(九)
★、有两个动物,一个在水里,一个在山上。(鲜)
★、有人偷车。(输)
★、有心得志。(士)
★、有目共睹。(者)
★、格外大方。(回)
★、正字少一横,不作止字猜。(步)
★、水上工程。(汞)
★、点点成金(全)
★、田中。(十)
★、皇帝新衣。(袭)
★、种花要除草,一人来一刀。(化)
★、综合门市。(闹)
★、自小在一起,目前少联系。(省)
★、说它小,下边大,说它大,上边小。(尖)
★、身残心不残。(息)
★、雨落在横山上。(雪)
★、雷不雨。(田)
★、需要一半,留下一半。(雷)

Written by Boathill

2013-11-16 at 20:33

Posted in Chinese, education, riddles

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山东琴书

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  傻子偷乞丐的钱包,被瞎子看到了。
  哑巴大吼一声,把聋子吓了一跳,跛子飞起一脚……
  麻子说:看我的面子,算了。
  疯子说:就是,人要有理智!

  这一阵子看电视剧《北方有佳人》,觉得其中的山东琴书挺有意思的。有一段是唱《反正话》的,看来是某些现代『短信息』的发源了。对语言学是没什么研究的,想来中文的多音字(相对韵律集中)可能造成用韵的方便。除了诗词专业户,即使普通老百姓都可以随口说上几句合辙押韵的俏皮话。记了电视剧中的几句词儿,在网上搜索到不同的版本。这里整理一下:

  太阳出西落在东,中秋夜里彩霞红。
  万里晴空下大雨,树梢不动刮台风。
  东洋深海失了火,烧毁龙王水晶宫。
  种颗玉米结土豆,萝卜发芽长大葱。
  鱼儿展翅天上飞,小鸟游戏碧水中。
  老牛比马跑得快,猫见老鼠鞠个躬。
  跳蚤姑娘做月子,养了一窝大狗熊。
  满天月亮一颗星,十万将军一个兵。
  河里公鸡会下蛋,麻雀踩死大老鹰。
  滚油锅里鱼打浪,高山顶上把船撑。
  那边来个出殡的,抬着红花轿一乘。
  轿里坐个小姑娘,雪白胡子飘前胸。
  吃牛奶,喝面包,提着火车上皮包。
  东西街,南北走,路上遇到人咬狗。
  拿起狗来砸砖头,反被砖头咬一口。
  说你诌,你就诌,大年五更立了秋。
  丫丫葫芦沉到底,千斤秤砣水上漂。
  张三吃了李四饱,撑得王五满街跑。
  爸爸睡在摇篮里,没有奶吃向我哭。
  记得外公娶外婆,我在轿前放爆竹。
  半天打雷没有响,湖里石头爬上坡,
  江中骆驼会下蛋,山上鲤鱼搭鸟窝。
  黄河中心割韭菜,龙门山上捉田螺。
  腊月酷热直淌汗,六月暴冷打哆嗦。
  姐姐十五我十六,妈生姐姐我打锣。
  我从舅舅门前过,看见小舅摇外婆。
  黑夜作个白日梦,梦见小孩胡子多。
  四两棉花沉了水,一副磨子泅过河。
  耳朵看了直流泪,眼睛听了直打嗝。

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   新浪资料

Written by Boathill

2010-01-30 at 11:00

Posted in Drama, rhymes, riddles

Battle Of Brains

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Some lines (see Go to YouTube.com) from Reservation Road (2007)
★ What do you get when you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover?
  带着四叶苜蓿穿越毒藤时,你会得到什么呢?
¤ A rash of good luck. (幸运皮疹)
★ What do you call a deer with no eyes? (什么是没有知识的“路”?)
¤ No i-deer. (不知“道”。)
★ What do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs?
 (什么是没有知识、不走正道?)
¤ Still no i-deer. (偏偏不知道)
★ If a man speaks in the middle of the forest with no woman there to hear him, is he still wrong?
 (如果一个男人在森林中央发表演讲又没有女人做听众,他还是错的吗?)
★ If con is the opposite of pro, then what is the opposite of progress?
 (如果“正”和“反”相对,那么“反腐”的对象是什么?)
¤ Congress! (政府)

More hard questions in life:
◆ If man evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes?
◆ Is a second hand on a clock the second, or actually the third?
◆ Is there another word for synonym?
◆ Isn’t it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do practice?”
◆ What do you do when you see an endangered animal eating an endangered plant?
◆ If a parsley farmer is sued, can they garnish his wages?
◆ Can vegetarians eat animal crackers?
◆ Why do you need a driver’s license to buy liquor when you can’t drink and drive?
◆ Why are cigarettes sold at gas stations where smoking is prohibited?
◆ If nothing ever sticks to Teflon, how do they make Teflon stick to the pan?
◆ If you are driving at the speed of light and turn on your headlights, what happens?
◆ Why do we park on driveways and drive on parkways?
◆ Why is it that when you transport something by a car it is called a shipment, and when you transport something by ship it is called cargo?
◆ Why are they called apartments when they are all stuck together?
◆ If fire fighters fight fires, and crime fighters fight crime, what do freedom fighters fight?
◆ If olive oil comes from olives, where does baby oil come from?
◆ How can you get four suits for a dollar? –Buy a deck of cards.
◆ How do we know the Indians were the first people in North America? –They had reservations.
◆ What can you hold without ever touching it? –A conversation.
◆ What clothes does a house wear? –Address.
◆ What did the rug say to the floor? –Don’t move, I’ve got you covered.
◆ What do bees do with their honey? –They cell it.
◆ Why were the teacher’s eyes crossed? –She couldn’t control her pupils.
◆ What do you do when your chair breaks? –Call a chairman.
◆ What has a lot of keys but can not open any doors? –A piano.
◆ What has one horn and gives milk? –A milk truck.
◆ What is a tree’s favorite drink? –Root beer.
◆ Where did the farmer take the pigs on Saturday afternoon? –He took them to a pignic.
◆ Why did the doughnut shop close? –The owner got tired of the (w)hole business!

More Riddles

Q: Four legs and a foot but cannot walk,
   With head without mouth cannot talk
  (四腿一脚不能走,有头无口不能言)
A: Bed (床).
Q: What has mouth but cannot talk, and has bed but cannot sleep?
  (有口不能言,有床不能睡)
A: River (河)
Q: Why did a student take a ladder to school?
A: Because he/she was going to high school!
Q: Why did the tomato blush?
A: Because she saw the salad dressing!
Q: How many apples can you eat if your stomach is empty?
A: One. Because after eating one apple your stomach isn't empty.
Q: What are the two strongest days of the week?
A: They are Saturday and Sunday. All the others are weak (week) days.
Q: Which is faster, heat or cold?
A: Heat, because you can catch a cold.
Q: Which horses have six legs?
A: All horses have forelegs (four legs) in front and two in back.
Q: What do you drop when you need it and take back when you don't?
A: Anchor.
Q. What is black when it is clean and white when it is dirty?
A: Blackboard.
Q: What has teeth but can't eat?
A: Comb.
Q: Which candle burns longer: a black one or a white one?
A: Neither. They both burn shorter.
Q: Name five days of the week without Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday?
A: The day before yesterday, yesterday, today, tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow.
Q: What has a soft bed but never sleeps, a big mouth but never speaks?
A: A river.
Q: Which eight-letter word has one letter in it?
A: Envelope.
Q: What is the center of gravity?
A: Letter V.
Q: What is Black and white and read (red) all over?
A: A newspaper.
Q: Why is number six afraid ?
A: Because seven eight nine (seven ate nine)
Q: What did zero say to eight?
A: Nice belt.
Q: What appears once in every minute, twice in every moment, 
   but not once in thousand years?
A: M
Q: Which is the left side of a cake?
A: The side has not been eaten.
Q: Why is a river rich?
A: Because it has two banks.
Q: What is you ought to keep but also give it away?
A: A promise.
Q: Where can you never tell the truth?
A: When you are lying anywhere.
Q: Why is a room full of married couples empty?
A: Because there is not a single man in the room.
Q: What table has no leg?
A: A timetable or vegetable.
Q: Why are people close to their mothers instead of their fathers?
A: Because the father is always farther (father).
Q: What question can never get answer "YES."?
A: Are you asleep?
Q: What is the beginning of everything, also the end of life?
A: E
Q: My tail is long, my coat is brown;
   I like the country, I like the town.
   I can live in a house or live in a shed;
   And I come out to play when you are in bed.
A: Mouse
Q: I sleep by day, I fly by night.
   I have no feathers, To aid my flight.
A: Bat.
Q: What kind of apple isn't an apple?
A: Pineapple
Q: What force and strength cannot get through,
   I, with a gentle touch, can do;
   And many in the street would stand,
   Were I not, as a friend, at hand.
A: Key.
Q: What lives in winter, dies in summer, and grows with its root upwards?
A: Icicle
Q: I love to dance and twist and prance,
   I shake my tail, as away I sail,
   Wingless I fly into the sky.
   Who can tell who am I?
A: Kite.
Q: What makes tears without sorrow and takes its journey to heaven?
A: Smoke.
Q: Two brothers we are, great burden we bear
   By which we are bitterly pressed;
   In truth we may say, we are full all the day,
   But empty when we go to rest.
A: Shoes.
Q: Hands she has but does not hold,
   teeth she has but does not bite,
   feet she has but they are cold,
   eyes she has but without sight.
A: Doll.
Q: At night they come without being fetched, 
   and by day they are lost without being stolen.
A: Star.
Q: The greater it is, the less you see of it.
A: Darkness.
Q: I come out of the earth and sold in the market.
   Who buys me cuts my tail and takes off my suit of silk,
   And weeps beside me when I am dead.
A: Onion.
Q: Look in my face, I am somebody; Look in my back, I am nobody.
A: Mirror.
Q: The beginning of eternity, the end of time and space;
   the beginning of every end, and the end of every place.
A: E.
Q: I open wide and tight I shut,
   Sharp am I and paper cut
   Fingers too, so do take care,
   I'm good and bad, so best beware.
A: Scissors
Q: What is it that is bought by the yard but worn by the foot?
A: Carpet.
Q: What starts with a T, ends with a T, and is full of T?
A: Teapot.
Q: What word of only three syllables contains twenty-six letters?
A: Alphabet.
Q: How to put three sixes together so as to make seven?
A: 6+6/6
Q: Why is the letter "A" like noon?
A: Because it's in the middle of the day.
Q. Why was the hearse horse hoarse?
A. Because of the coffin.
Q: Do you know why birds fly to south in the winter?
A: Because it's too far to walk there.
Q: What gets wetter as it dries?
A: A towel.
Q: What are the 3 important rings in life?
A: Engagement ring, Wedding ring, and suffering.
Q: Which room has no doors, no windows.
A: A mushroom.
Q: Why did the man throw a bucket of water out the window?
A: He wanted to see the waterfall.
Q: Why did the man throw the butter out the window?
A: He wanted to see the butterfly.
Q: Why did the man throw his watch out of the window?
A: He wanted to see time fly.
Q: Why did the man put the clock in the safe?
A: He wanted to save time.
Q: How do you spell mousetrap?
A: C-A-T.
Q: What do tigers have that no other animals have?
A: Baby tigers.
Q: Why is number six afraid ?
A: Because seven eight nine (seven ate nine)
Q: What did zero say to eight?
A: Nice belt.
Q: What is the difference between the capital of Russia and a calf's mother?
A: One is Moscow, the other is a cow's Ma.
Q: What do you call a Spaniard who can't find his car?
A: Carlos.
Q: What's the difference between electricity and lightening?
A: You don't have to pay for lightening.
Q: What do you call a witch at the beach?
A: A sandwich.
Q: Why did the traffic signal turn red?
A: You would too if you had to change in the middle of the street.
Q: Why are baseball stadiums so cool?
A: There is a fan in every seat.

黑不是白不是红黄更不是和狐狸猫狗彷佛既非家畜又非野兽
诗也有词也有论语上也有对南北东西模糊虽是短品却是妙文

Written by Boathill

2007-12-20 at 23:00

Posted in digest, humor, riddles

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