The_Watcher's Favorite Riddles

These are The_Watcher's favorite riddles, check them out.

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What do you call a poodle thats half poodle
What is sooner broken then spoken?
Appears once in life,
And again in death,
Ending all strife,
But not your last breath
Expelled from truth,
Bringing forth lies,
Seen and heard,
In the innocent's cries
Abundant in the ocean,
And also in the sea,
Common in the water,
Coming up to your knee
Found in a marketplace,
Yet can never be sold,
For it resides in silver,
And not in gold!
Lies in your heart,
And in your head,
Though not in your body,
Unless you're dead
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life is frozen all bye a single click, time stands still for one to observe, trapped in a box in the second dimension I stare endlessly at the thing that caused this but it is no longer there what am I
A blue house has blue paint, a yellow house has yellow paint, and a pink house pink paint. What color paint does a green house have? (Hey, I'm an old member back when this was first made. What's changed in the past few months?)
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One of us is a baby cat
Another one, a single tasty snack
One more, a little fish
One another walks one direction
A mix of juice is her wish
This whole group is perfection
The final cannot be described
Through many months, we have survived
We follow each other, a turning wheel
When in need, we're at the others heel
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Please just listen to me. I was not here before 'the update', but I've heard about how everyone was so harmonic. Some questions:
1. What did 'the update' do that messed up so many things?
2. How is it 'the newbie's' fault that we're apparently so bad? I mean I've been here only 2 months, but it seems like way longer cuz I'm here every day.
3. Why does everyone have to fight now, of all times?
It doesn't make sense. I've heard of people like KuRG and all those peeps, and I wanted to be there for that community. I would have loved to. But no one, NO ONE, seems to want it. We can't have it if no one wants it. So look at some older riddles and look how happy people were. We could be like that. I know OrangeJuiceAndLemonade, norimaki1, and maybe-I hope- mistaminer and chickenman could be the start of that along with me. And all of the people Im following. We could do it again.
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Emily was sitting at her study table, home alone, on a cold and stormy night. Her parents had taken a flight earlier in the morning to Australia as her grandmother had passed away. She had wanted to follow her parents but she had an important English examination the next day which she could not miss.

The storm was getting heavier by the minute and the wind was howling outside. All this noise made it very hard for her to concentrate. She was on the verge of dozing off when she was shaken alert by a sudden "THUD!" She dismissed it as a window which had been slammed shut by the wind.

She tried to concentrate on her books when she heard faint footsteps. Emily got out of her room and looked around when suddenly, without warning, she was grabbed by the neck. She tried to scream but it came out as a mere whimper as the intruder was pressing hard against her throat with his arm. She tried to free herself from his grip but to no avail.

"Give me all your money!" growled the man who had grabbed her from behind.

"Th-there is none h-here! Please ll-let me go!" cried Emily.

"Don't LIE TO ME!" screamed the increasingly agitated man. She felt the man strengthen his grip around her neck. She said nothing and a few seconds passed by in silence. Suddenly the phone rang which alerted both of them.

"People will get suspicious if I don't answer the phone," said Emily, with a controlled voice. The intruder let her go.

"Alright, but NO funny business, or ELSE!" said the nervous intruder. Emily walked toward the phone. She took a deep breath and calmed herself. She picked up the phone.

"Hey Em! How's the revision going?" said the caller.

"Hey Anna. Thanks for the call. Hey you know those Science notes I lent you last week? Well I really need them back. It would be a great help to me. It's an emergency, so if you could give me them tomorrow it would be great. Please hurry in finding the notes. I need to get back to my books now. Bye," Emily said. She hung up the phone.

"It was wise of you not to say anything," said the intruder, although he was more than a bit confused by her conversation.

"Now TELL ME WHERE THE MONEY IS KEPT!" screamed the thief.

"' my dad's room. The first room on the right. Third drawer," said Emily.

"SHOW me!" said the man, and removed his grip around her neck. She took a big gulp of air and nearly fell. She swallowed hard and said a silent prayer. She walked slowly, in silence, toward her father's room. All of a sudden, they heard police sirens. The intruder froze in his footsteps. He ran to the nearest window and jumped out of it.

Emily ran outside in time to see the intruder being escorted into the car. She saw Anna and she ran toward her and hugged her.

"Smart kids," said the policeman.

Emily's address. The police were able to come to Emily's house in time to catch the perpetrator.
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A man was sitting at the bar feeling rather poor. He sees the man next to him pull a wad of $50 out of his wallet.

He turns to the rich man and says to him, "I have an amazing talent: I know almost every song that has ever existed!"

The rich man laughs.

The poor man says, "I am willing to bet you all the money you have in your wallet that I can sing a genuine song with a lady's name of your choice in it."

The rich man laughs again and says, "Okay. How about my daughter's name Joanna Armstrong-Miller?"

The rich man goes home poor. The poor man goes home rich.

What song did he sing?
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