Luck O’ the Irish Giveaway

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Get out your good luck charms and enter to win our Luck O’ the Irish Giveaway. This prize comes with things that will make anyone a wee bit Irish—including a pot of gold and four-leaf clover charm both made from sterling silver. These St. Patrick’s Day charms, along with a $50 Artbeads gift card and more green surprise goodies, will all be presented in a lovely green organza bag.

The only problem is that a little leprechaun has hidden the goody bag somewhere in our building. This guy loves playing tricks on humans just as much as he loves beading, and will only give us back the prize if we can stump him with a riddle.

To enter this contest, leave a comment on the blog with your best riddle. This can be an original riddle or a favorite one you’ve heard in the past. If we find that yours can stump our leprechaun, you’ll have the chance to win this fun prize. One winner will be selected to win.

No purchase necessary, must be 18 or older to enter. Please one comment per person. Odds of winning depend on number of entries. Void where prohibited by law. Contest valid in the US and Canada only excluding Quebec. This contest runs from tonight, Wednesday, March 7, 2012 and ends Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 11:59PM PT. Winner will be announced Friday, March 16, 2012. Prize valued at $150.

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    • March 15, 2012

    Bright as Diamonds
    Loud as Thunder
    Never still
    A Thing of Wonder
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    • March 15, 2012

    What happens when you mix shamrocks with poison ivy?

    You get a rash of good luck.

    • Janice Hatt
    • March 15, 2012

    What can be seen in the middle of the months April and March that cannot be seen in the beginning or end of either month?

    • Wendy C-G
    • March 15, 2012

    On a beautiful sunny day in Florida, a man freezes to death outside. How is this possible?

  1. If a dog loses its tail, where does it get another?

    • Courtney S-W
    • March 15, 2012

    How did thr Irish Jig get started?
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    • Lesia Stevens
    • March 15, 2012

    what has four wheels and flies?

    a) garbage truck

    • Nicci Tapp
    • March 15, 2012

    Mafia godfather condemns one of his men to death. He gives his man chance to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven’t eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him?

    • Christine
    • March 15, 2012

    When one does not know what it is, then it is something; but when one knows what it is, then it is nothing.

    Good luck to everyone!

    • Alicia Hartley
    • March 15, 2012

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

    • Teresa Odom
    • March 15, 2012

    As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with 7 wives, each wife had 7 sacks, each sack had 7 cats, each cat and 7 kittens……kittens, cats, sacks and wives, how many in all were going to St. Ives?????

    • Alison Holsinger
    • March 15, 2012

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    • Veronica Dudek
    • March 15, 2012

    Why is a raven like a writing desk?

    • julia cook
    • March 15, 2012

    would love the luck of the irish, and green is my favorite color, would love to win this giveaway

    • Becky R.
    • March 15, 2012

    What has roots as nobody sees,
    Is taller than trees
    Up, up it goes,
    And yet never grows?

    • Nancy
    • March 15, 2012

    When one does not know what it is, then it is something; but when one knows what it is, then it is nothing.

    • Janet
    • March 15, 2012

    There were five men going to church and it started to rain. The four that ran got wet and the one that stood still stayed dry.

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