Riddles

Here a free collection of joke riddles to entertain your brain. And to guess how much active is your brain. Riddles include funny riddles, kid’s riddles, puzzle riddles and math riddles. Some riddles are hard and some are easy and funny.

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Riddles Collection

  • Can you think of a word that changes both number and gender when you add the letter 'S'?

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  • To cross the water I'm the way,

    For water I'm above;

    I touch it not, and truth to say,

    I neither swim nor move. What am I

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  • What do the numbers 11, 69, and 88 all have in common?

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  • What word in the English language uses all five vowels plus Y in alphabetical order and uses each one only once?

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  • What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

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  • Whoever makes it, tells it not. Whoever takes it, knows it not. Whoever knows it, wants it not. What is it?

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  • Two bodies have I;

    Tho' both join'd in one,

    The stiller I stand,

    The faster I run.

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  • I have a large money box, 10 inches square and 12 inches tall. Roughly how many pennies can I place in my empty money box?

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  • What is significant about the order of these numbers:

    2 3 6 7 1 9 4 5 8

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  • How many times can you subtract the number two from the number fifty?

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  • Which animal eats with its ears?

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  • What's better than the best thing and worse than the worst thing?

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  • How many animals do I have if all but 3 are dogs, all but 3 are cats, all but 3 are pigs and all but 3 are cows?

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  • Without a bridle or a saddle,

    across a thing I ride and straddle,

    And those I ride, by the help of me,

    though almost blind are made to see. What am I?

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  • What do you get if you add 2 to 200 four times?

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  • I have as many brothers as sisters, but my brothers have twice the number of sisters as brothers. How many of us are there?

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  • Two friends were leaving the restaurant and as they passed the cashier, one of them paid his bill but the other handed the cashier a slip of paper with the number 1004180 written on it. The cashier studied the number for a moment, and then let the friend pass by without paying. Why?

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  • After the autumn harvest there were nine ears of corn left in the farmer's field. Each night a hungry rabbit sneaked into the field and took three ears home with him. How many nights did it take to get all the corn?

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  • A donkey was tied to a rope six feet long. A bale of hay was 18 feet away and the donkey wanted to eat the hay. How could he do it?

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  • I drive at an average speed of 30 miles per hour to the railroad station each morning and just catch my train. On a particular morning there was a lot of traffic and at the halfway point I found I had averaged only 15 miles per hour. How fast must I drive for the rest of the way to catch my train?

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