Flies when it's born, lies when it's alive, and runs when it's dead

Question: What flies when it's born, lies when it's alive, and runs when it's dead?

Riddle Discussion

By: BenzWyck on 25/2/16

the runs when its dead part doesnt make sense to me\n

By: KernalMage on 3/10/16

It flies (it floats to the ground). It lies (on the ground). It runs (it turns into water).

By: meow2202 on 25/1/16

I didn't get it. Will someone explain it to me?

By: KernalMage on 3/10/16

It flies (it floats to the ground). It lies (on the ground). It runs (it turns into water).

By: JokeLikeMe on 16/4/16

same\n

By: SpaceUnicorn0355 on 24/11/15

nice one!

By: JokeLikeMe on 16/4/16

i didn't get it

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