Riddle: What do you use to hoe a row, slay a foe, and wring with woe?
This riddle here aims to be appealing to your ears, rather than to make you laugh. Therefore, its answer is not hard to find. Hoeing a row, slaying a foe, and wringing with woe looks like they do not have anything in common at first sight.
However, they have two common points. The first one is that they all rhyme with each other and the second one is what you use for these actions, meaning your hands. One uses their hands to slay a foe, wring with woe and hoe a row.
The answer of this riddle is your hands.