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Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.

 

Puzzle ID:#49771
Fun:*** (2.63)
Difficulty:* (0.63)
Category:Riddle
Submitted By:ThinksForFun*

 

 

 



Turn me to your favourite setting
Then get ready for a wetting

A slight twist can affect my strength
And my tail can vary by length

How might you be refreshed today?
I think you might enjoy my spray

By design I am full of holes
I'll help you reach your cleaning goals

But to assist in this pursuit
You must be in your birthday suit

What am I?


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Divide the first word into two

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Comments

Thekid4t*
Mar 02, 2013

Thought it was a hose until I read the last line. I got it right anyway .
desiree_gil
Mar 13, 2013

Having great fun with it. This indeed is one way of exercising our brain. I'm going to recommend this site to friends. Exercises for Aging Brain
theriddler*
Oct 03, 2013

I thought it was easy but it's nice to have a riddle one can actually get. I plan to share this with a group of older folks I visit. Riddles are great for the aging brain. Therapists tell me they keep the brain sharp. Obviously it's more fun if you can get a few of them right. Thanks for this one.



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