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Question: You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside.  What did you eat?

    Answer: Corn on the cob:  You throw away the skin or sheaf, then cook it, eat the corn, then throw away the cob.

Question: What do you get if you divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter?

    Answer: Pumpkin pi.

Question: What did the grape say when he was sat on?

    Answer: Nothing, he just let out a little whine.

Question: What do you call a stolen yam?

    Answer: A hot potato.

Question: What was green and a great trick shooter?

    Answer: Annie Okra

Question: What did the carrot say to the wheat?

    Answer: Lettuce rest, I'm feeling beet.
    Shel Silverstein


Question: What what can you make from baked beans and onions?

    Answer: Tear gas.

Question: What is a Honeymoon Salad?

    Answer: Lettuce alone, with no dressing.

Question: What lives in winter, dies in summer, and grows with its root upward?

    Answer: An icicle.

Question: An old Arab riddle goes like this:
Our servant is green.
Her children are born white and then grow black.
Who is she?

    Answer: An olive tree.

Question: What is green and goes to a summer camp?

    Answer: A Brussels' scout.



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