#2
One possible answer is that they both have legs, but since this is a riddle I doubt that is the desired answer.
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It's fun to light both on fire.
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There's a lot of answers to this, dude.
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"I haven't the slightest idea"

Im guessing you were also watching alice in wonderland on toondisney
#10
Because they make desks out of ravens
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There's a lot of answers to this, dude.


It's an Alice in Wonderland thing. There never was meant to be an answer.
#12
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Why is a raven like a writing desk

can anyone answer this riddle?

"Why is a raven like a writing desk?" is a terrible question

"How is a raven like a writing desk?" Is much better for a riddle.
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#13
I haven't the slightest idea. Who cares about ravens?


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It's an Alice in Wonderland thing. There never was meant to be an answer.

Oh, well in that case the threadstarter is retarded.
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#15
Both were used by Edgar Allen Poe while writing... Though I don't think he physically used a raven. That was more of a concept.
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I was too stupid to come up with an answer, so being the ass hole I am, I decided to mock a spammer. If you want a serious answer, here it is: The both have legs...I guess.
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i mean wrote on both of them***


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"Why is a raven like a writing desk?" is a terrible question

"How is a raven like a writing desk?" Is much better for a riddle.


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#22
Why is a raven like a writing desk?" The answer Lewis Carroll gives is that "They both produce a few notes, all very flat, and are almost never turned the wrong way front."

I think what he means is that:

"they both produce a few notes" - ravens don't have much variety in their songs and people use desks to write (paper) notes as well.

"all very flat" - what could be flatter than a piece of paper? And ravens' songs are apparently rather flat-sounding.

"and are almost never turned the wrong way front" - a desk is useless if it's faced the wrong way, because you can't sit there. "raven" spelt backwards is "nevar", and thus "raven" is almost "never" turned the wrong way front.