Hinky Pinkies 

A hinky pinky is a riddle that begins with a definition. The answer is a rhyming word or phrase that has the same number of syllables as "HIN-KY PIN-KY"--4 syllables. Order A Hog is a BIG PIG by Francis X. McCall to get more Hinky Pinkies.

Gloves for baby cats
A happy flying elf
Underwear for your cousin's mother
An unwise person who pops an enormous sticky bubble all over himself
Goofy William
Cold William
A soft shaky stomach
A frightening round juicy grape
A happy round juicy grape
A silly monster
A rude Scottish girl
A scary bright flash you see during a storm

 

Answers

 Gloves for baby cats=kittens' mittens

A happy flying elf=merry fairy 

Underwear for your cousin's mother= aunties' panties

An unwise person who pops an enormous sticky bubble all over himself=
gummy dummy

Goofy William=silly willy

Cold William=chilly willie  or  chilly billy

A soft shaky stomach= jelly belly    

A frightening  round juicy grape=scary berry

A happy round juicy grape= merry berry

Worthless coins =funny money

The middle of a preserved person = mummy tummy

A rude Scottish girl= sassy lassie

A filthy, small flying animal = dirty birdy

A scary bright flash you see during a storm=frightening lightning

 

Want more?
Try:
HINK PINKS (one syllable rhyming words)
Examples: Little Swine= Big Pig,
Short divider=Small Wall
a married rodent= mouse spouse

HINKETY PINKETIES ( three-syllable rhyming words:
Drummer Talk=
Percussion Discussion

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