Riddles are a very simple and fast method to challenge our intelligence and our ability to reason, often outside the classic schemes. An excellent exercise for the mind, but also a game to tease our minds and that of our friends and relatives. Riddles are not just fun pastimes, they also reinforce our fluency in logical reasoning. They are real logic tests, very useful for training the mind. 

Remember that the purpose of a riddle is always to “fool your mind”. Who writes a riddle often makes use of metaphors and the construction of the sentence, if read too logically, takes us away from the solution. We must always read the riddles with a free and open mind, trying to grasp the meaning of the riddle but moving away as much as possible from its deception. Read down below 

Kids riddles

The riddles are a fun way to pass the time and have fun trying to refine the logical and investigative skills of all the members of the family, in short, they are real puzzles to be solved in company, which allow young and old to spend time quality. Riddles can animate a car trip while on vacation, they can entertain everyone at a birthday party, they can be included, together with other ideas, in a nice outdoor treasure hunt. Use these kids riddles for your kids and help them to develop logical thinking.

🔔Not many people have stepped on me. I never stay full for long. I have a dark side. What am I? Answer: The moon

🔔I have four eyes, yet I can’t see a thing. What am I? Answer: MISSISSIPPI

🔔I’m always on the dinner table, but you don’t get to eat me—what am I? Plates and silverware!

🔔The more of this there is, the less you see. What is it? Answer: Darkness

🔔You walk into a room that contains a match, a kerosene lamp, a candle, and a fireplace. What would you light first? Answer: The match

🔔Mirabel has a very big family, she has 25 uncles, 25 aunts and 40 cousins. Each of her cousin’s has an uncle who is not Mirabel’s uncle. How is this possible? Answer: He’s her dad

🔔If you’re running in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? Second place

🔔What gets wet while drying? Answer: A towel

🔔There is a rooster sitting on top of a barn. If it laid an egg, which way would it roll? Answer: Roosters don’t lay eggs

🔔What is full of holes but still holds water? Answer: A sponge

🔔Sometimes I’m short and fat and sometimes I’m long and thin with a nail at the end and red within. What am I? Answer:  A finger

🔔What three numbers, none of which is zero, give the same result whether they’re added or multiplied? Answer: One, two and three

🔔I have no life, but I can die. What am I? Answer: A battery

🔔If there are three apples and you take away two, how many apples do you have? Answer: You have two apples

🔔I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old. What am I? A candle!

🔔What can’t be put in a saucepan? Answer: Its lid

🔔Mary has four daughters, and each of her daughters has a brother — how many children does Mary have? Answer: Five

🔔It belongs to you, but your friends and family use it more. What is it? Answer: Your name

🔔You can touch me, but I can’t touch you back. You can see me, but I only reflect you and can never reject you. What am I? Answer: A mirror

🔔What has many teeth, but can’t bite? Answer: A comb

🔔What has legs, but doesn’t walk? Answer: A table

🔔It starts with T, ends with T and is full of T. What is it? Answer: A Teapot

🔔What’s the one thing your right can hold but the left hand cannot? Answer: Your left elbow!

🔔There’s a one-story house where everything is yellow: The walls are yellow; the doors are yellow; even all the furniture is yellow; the house has yellow beds and yellow couches—so what color are the stairs? There aren’t any stairs—it’s a one-story house

🔔There’s only one word in the dictionary that’s spelled wrong. What is it? Answer: The word, wrong

🔔Which word becomes shorter when you add 2 letters to it? Answer: The word short

🔔All the berries enjoyed the part except one berry. Why? Answer: Because he was a blueberry

🔔I’m found in socks, scarves and mittens; and often in the paws of playful kittens—what am I? Yarn

🔔What goes up but never goes down? Your age

🔔Which fish is the most expensive? A goldfish!

🔔What 2 things can you never eat for breakfast? Answer: Lunch and dinner

🔔I have branches, but no fruit, trunk, or leaves. What am I? Answer: A bank

🔔What falls a lot but doesn’t get hurt at all? Answer: Rain

🔔What goes up and down but doesn’t move? Answer: A staircase

🔔I make a loud sound when I’m changing. When I do change, I get bigger but weigh less. What am I? Answer: Popcorn

🔔What invention lets you look right through a wall? A window

🔔The blue house is made with blue bricks and the red house with red bricks. What did they use to build the green house with? Answer: Glass, because greenhouses are always made of glass

🔔I have a tail and a head, but no body. What am I? Answer: A coin

🔔What has no life but can still die? Answer: Battery

🔔A man dies of old age on his 25th birthday. How is this possible? Answer: He was born on February 29

🔔What has hands, but can’t clap? Answer: A clock

🔔You’re running a race and at the very end, you pass the person in 2nd place. What place did you finish the race in? Answer: You finished in 2nd place

🔔A penguin in Antarctica is called Gaga. A penguin In New Zealand is called Nana. What do you call a penguin in Dubai? Answer: Lost!

🔔What word contains 26 letters but only has three syllables? Alphabet

🔔I’m tall when I’m young and short when I’m old. What am I? Answer: A candle

🔔What can jump higher than a tower? Answer: Anything that can jump because towers can’t jump!

🔔You can always count on me, even when things go wrong. What am I? Answer: Your fingers

🔔Where does one wall meet the other wall? Answer: In the corner

🔔You can break me though you can’t ever touch, hold or drop me. What am I? Answer: A promise

🔔You’ll find me in Mercury, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter, but not in Venus or Neptune. What am I? Answer: The letter R

🔔What question can you never answer yes to? Answer: Are you asleep yet?

🔔What needs to be broken before you can use it? Answer: An egg

🔔It runs all day and night, but it still doesn’t get hot or tired. What is it? Answer: A refrigerator

🔔Robin’s mother has three children: Maria, Rose and ___? Answer:  Robin

🔔What month of the year has 28 days? Answer: All of them

🔔What word is pronounced the same if you take away four of its five letters? Answer: Queue

🔔A man crosses a river without using a bridge and without getting wet—how is that possible? The river was frozen

🔔What is so fragile that saying its name breaks it? Answer: Silence

🔔A girl fell off a 15-foot ladder, but she wasn’t hurt—why? She fell off the bottom step

🔔I’m easy to get into, but you can’t get out easily. What am I? Answer: Trouble

🔔I am running all the time, but never get tired or hot. What am I? Answer: The refrigerator

🔔The only way you can use it is by breaking it. What is it? Answer: An egg

🔔You see me once in June, twice in November, and not at all in May. What am I? Answer:  The letter e

🔔What can you catch, but not throw? Answer: A cold

🔔What’s as big as an elephant, but weighs nothing? Answer: The elephant’s shadow

🔔It’s the only place in the world where today comes before yesterday. Where is it? Answer: Dictionary

🔔What’s the one coat that should always be put on when it’s wet? Answer: A coat of paint

🔔What has lots of eyes, but can’t see? Answer: A potato

🔔What begins with an “e” and only contains one letter? An envelope

🔔I can be cut, but I can’t ever be cooked or eaten. What am I? Answer: A deck of cards

🔔I’m full of needles, but I can’t sew. What am I? Answer: A Pine tree

🔔What can you hold in your left hand but not in your right? Answer: Your right elbow

Riddles for adults

Why is it important to keep your mind trained? Simple to prevent the brain from aging and losing interest in everything new and different over time. This is what causes the clouding of cognitive faculties and makes even the simplest reasoning less elastic and more complex. To avoid the occurrence of such situations and remain mentally always young, it is essential to let your mind do some healthy sport. In other words, you have to spend hours during the week solving crosswords and puzzles, reading and studying, doing puzzles and even learning a language. These riddles for adults will help you to stay focus and mentally healthy.

💡What do the letter “t” and an island have in common? Answer: They’re both in the middle of water

💡If you throw a blue stone into the Red Sea, what will it become? Answer: Wet

💡What gets shorter as it grows older? Answer: A candle

💡What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it? Answer: Short

💡What can you find in a cupboard that can never be put in a saucepan? Answer: Its lid

💡What’s a single-digit number with no value? Answer: Zero

💡Answer: A deck of cards

💡What has to be broken before you can use it? Answer: An egg

💡What goes up but never comes down? Answer: Your age

💡What tastes better than it smells? Answer: Your tongue

💡What gets smaller every time it takes a bath? Answer: Soap

💡What has four wheels and flies? Answer: A garbage truck

💡What kind of ship has two mates but no captain? Answer: A relationship

💡What gets wet while drying? Answer: A towel

💡What word is pronounced the same if you take away four of its five letters? Answer: Queue

💡What building has the most stories? Answer: A library

💡What can you catch but never throw? Answer: A cold

💡What has many keys but cannot open a single lock? Answer: A piano

💡What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs? Answer: A clock

💡What has many teeth but cannot bite? Answer: A comb

💡What do you see once in June, twice in November, and not at all in May? Answer: The letter “e

💡What month of the year has 28 days in it? Answer: All of them

💡What starts with T, ends with T, and has T in it? Answer: A teapot

💡Where is the only place where today comes before yesterday? Answer: The dictionary

💡What’s always found on the ground but never gets dirty? Answer: A shadow

💡What has a head and a tail but no body? Answer: A coin

💡What is full of holes but still holds water? Answer: A sponge

💡Who has married many people but has never been married himself? Answer: A priest

💡What has one head, one foot, and four legs? Answer: A bed

💡What type of cheese is made backwards? Answer: Edam

💡What can you put in a bucket to make it weigh less? Answer: A hole

💡When is a door no longer a door? Answer: When it’s ajar

💡What has 13 hearts but no other organs?

💡What comes at the end of everything? Answer: The letter “g

💡What has a bottom at the top? Answer: Your legs

💡What runs around a whole yard without moving? Answer: A fence

💡What goes all around the world but stays in a corner? Answer: A stamp

💡What begins with an “e” and only contains one letter? Answer: An envelope

💡Which word in the dictionary is spelled incorrectly? Answer: Incorrectly

💡What’s always running but never gets hot? Answer: A refrigerator

Hard riddles

Who said that riddles only appeal to the little ones? Nothing could be more false, because you have all kinds of puzzles at your disposal that can test your ingenuity and spice up every encounter in the most fun way, like any of our games to play with friends. Some are really difficult, others will make you laugh at the misunderstandings their double entender can cause, and you also have them that seem very simple, but they are not that simple. Take note of the hard riddles for adults that we propose and have fun right now.

🔑It has a tongue but cannot talk. It has a sole and loves to walk. What is it? Answer: A shoe

🔑I am a four-lettered word; read it backward or forward, I remain the same. I usually bring more light and warmth. I am not a clock, but can help you with the time. What am I? Answer: Noon

🔑You will find it in Saturn, Uranus, Venus, and Mars but not on Earth. What is it? Answer: The letter ‘s

🔑It can be round or oval, it has so many eyes, and you can cut it into pieces. What is it? Answer: Potato

🔑This has a neck but does not have a head. What is it? Answer: A shirt

🔑It is always arriving but never really arrives. What is it? Answer: Tomorrow

🔑Although it belongs to you, others use it more than you. What is it? Answer: Your name

🔑It has blades but cannot be used as a cutting tool. What is it? Answer: Fan

🔑It can go up and down but can not move. It helps people in deciding their attire. It also helps in keeping a check on people’s health. What is it? Answer: Temperature

🔑It starts with a P and ends with an X, and has hundreds of letters. What is it? Answer: A post box

🔑You give it to someone but can still keep it at the same time. What is it? Answer: Your words

🔑It goes up, it goes down, but it still can not move anywhere. What is it? Answer: Staircase

🔑It can be pink or white; it has so many layers and can make you cry. What is it? Answer: An onion

🔑It rings, but it is not a telephone; it never asks any questions but still gets answered; the more they press it, the more it rings. What is it? Answer: Doorbell

🔑It follows you around, it mimics your every move, but you can not touch it. What is it? Answer: Your shadow

🔑I can be written, spoken, broken, and exposed too. What am I? Answer: News

🔑Taken from a mine and shut in a wooden case. I’m never completely used by all. What am I? A pencil lead

🔑500 begins and ends it. Five remains in the middle. The first of all the letters and the first of all the numbers take up the spaces in between. I am a famous king. Who am I? Answer: David

🔑It is tall when young, but its height shortens as it grows old. What is it? Answer: Candle

🔑It has hands but no arms. What is it? Answer: A clock

🔑It has many branches but no trunk, no leaves, no fruits. What is it? Answer: A bank

🔑When a dog was called by his master, how could he cross the river and go to the other side without getting wet at all? Answer: Because it was a frozen river

🔑Once you get it, you feel like sharing it; once you share it, you no longer have it. What is it? Answer: A secret

🔑What coat is wet even when put on? Answer: A coat of paint

🔑It is round and green, you serve it but can not eat it and surely don’t want to keep it, you just pass it to the other person. What is it? Answer: Tennis ball

🔑It can be big, it can be white, it can be bad, it can make people cry. What is it? Answer: A lie

🔑It comes in many shapes and sizes, in different colors, it can float if you don’t tie it back. What is it? Answer: Balloon

🔑This word is spelt wrong in all the dictionaries. Which word is it? Answer: ‘Wrong

🔑It has teeth but can never bite. What is it? Answer: A comb

🔑It is an odd number; reduce one letter, and it becomes even. What is the number? Answer: Seven

🔑Here, you will find ‘today’ before ‘yesterday’? Which place is it? Answer: In a dictionary

🔑It has five letters but sounds the same even when you remove the last four letters. The shorter, the nicer. What is it? Answer: Queue

🔑It looks like you, but not you; you can share it and even frame it. What is it? Answer: Your photograph

🔑You buy it for eating but never really eat it. What is it? Answer: A plate

🔑It has many keys but no doors, it has space but no room, you can enter but not leave. What is it? Answer: A computer keyboard

🔑It has so many needles but can not stitch. What is it? Answer: A pine tree

🔑It’s always ahead of you but cannot be seen. What is it? Answer: Future

🔑It has no real wings, but it can fly, and it has a tail. What is it? Answer: A kite

🔑It has an eye but unable to see. It can poke you with a prickle, and you heard about it in the story of Sleeping Beauty. What is it? Answer: A needle

🔑It gets dirtier the more it cleans. What is it? Answer: A towel

🔑A taxi driver went down a one-way street and crossed many police officers. He didn’t get caught though. What happened? Answer: The taxi driver was on foot

🔑It has lakes and seas but no water, cities but no people, mountains but no rocks, and it shows the way. What is it? Answer: A map

🔑It has to be broken before using it. It has covered in a white box and contains a golden treasure in it. What is it? Answer: An egg

🔑It has four wheels and flies. What is it? Answer: A garbage truck

🔑It always goes up but never comes down. It is usually a celebratory affair every time it goes up. What is it? Answer: Your age

Funny riddles

Fun riddles are the best way to get your mind to exercise a little without even realizing it. Plus, these fun questions are a great way to spend some fun time with friends and family. Often, the best way to surprise a friend or acquaintance who loves being an intellectual, and to put him back a little on the ground, is to propose a series of logical riddles. Riddles of the mind, that is, that keep him busy and silence him for a while, and that maybe they see him eventually give in, admitting his limits. Read down below funny riddles and choose the best for you.

🔅Throw away the outside and cook the inside, then eat the outside and throw away the inside What am I?

🔅What did the sea say to the sand? Nothing, he just waved

🔅A cowboy rode into town on Friday He stayed in town for three days and rode out on Friday How was that possible? Friday was the name of his horse

🔅What is always answered without being questioned? A doorbell

🔅I have no life, but I can die What am I? A battery

🔅What kind of room has no walls, door or windows? A mushroom

🔅What has 88 teeth, but has never brushed them? A piano

🔅How far can a bear walk into the woods? Halfway (After that, it’s walking out of the woods)

🔅What do you call it when a dinosaur makes a goal with a soccer ball? A dino-score

🔅What has legs but cannot walk? A stool

🔅People buy me to eat, but I cannot be eaten What am I? A plate

🔅What two keys cannot open any doors? Monkey and donkey

🔅What did the sea say to the sand? Nothing, he just waved

🔅A woman called her horse from the opposite side of a river The horse crossed the river without getting wet, and without using a boat or bridge How? The river was frozen

🔅Amy threw the ball as hard as she could and it came back to her, without anything or anyone touching it How? She threw the ball upward into the air

🔅In a single story house, there is a green chair, green bed, green computer, green couch, green flowers, green carpet and green table What could is the staircase? There is no staircase It’s a single story house

🔅When the water comes down, I go up What am I? An umbrella

🔅What is always in front of us but can’t be seen? The future

🔅How do shells get around the ocean? A taxi crab

🔅How many animals did Moses take on the ark? Zero Noah took them

🔅What is at the end of a rainbow? The letter “W

🔅Three men jump into the water, but only two come out with wet hair Why? The third man was bald

🔅What is used by others, but only belongs to you? Your name

🔅What would you call a man who does not have all fingers on one hand? A man, because humans have fingers on both hands

🔅What is something brown with a head and tail, but no legs? A penny

🔅What is the fastest way to double your money? Place it in front of the mirror

🔅What four-letter word can be written the same forward and backward, as well as upside down? Noon

🔅The more of this there is, the less you can see What is it? Darkness

🔅The more you take, the more you leave behind What am I? Footsteps

🔅What has holes all over, but still holds water? A sponge

🔅Where do you take a sick boat? To the dock-tor

🔅Imagine you are in trapped in a closet with a locked door How will you get out? Stop imagining

🔅What has a neck, but no head? A bottle

🔅Who wears shoes while sleeping? A horse

🔅What do you get if your sheep studies karate? A lamb chop

🔅If a red house is made with red bricks, and a blue house is made with blue bricks, and an orange house is made with orange bricks, what is a greenhouse made of? Usually glass, so plants can grow more easily

🔅Where will you find Friday before Thursday? A dictionary

🔅What loses a head in the morning, but gets it back at night? A pillow

🔅What’s full of holes but still holds water? A sponge

🔅What game is dangerous for your mental health? Marbles; you don’t want to lose them

🔅My teddy bear is never hungry Why? He’s stuffed

🔅What is an insect’s favorite sport? Cricket

🔅What is seen in the middle of March and April that can’t be seen at the beginning or end of either month? The letter R

🔅Bobby’s mother has three children: Snap, Crackle and ___? Bobby

🔅Why did the golfer put on a second pair of pants? He hot a hole in one

🔅Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants? In case he got a hole in one

🔅I will fill a room, but take up no space What am I? Light

🔅What happens when a sheep studies karate? A lamb chop

🔅Which word in the dictionary is always spelled incorrectly? Incorrectly

🔅What has to be broken before you can eat it? An egg

🔅What kind of tree can you carry in your hand? A palm tree

🔅I have no legs I will never walk but always run What am I? A river

🔅I have no life, but I can die, what am I? A battery

🔅Everyone has it, but no one can lose it What is it? A shadow

🔅What is as big as an elephant but weighs nothing? An elephant’s shadow

🔅What is white, but smells like blue paint? White paint

🔅The one who makes me cannot use me The one who buys me will not use me for themselves The one who actually uses me, doesn’t know it What am I? A coffin

🔅Sally’s father has five daughters: Sammy, Stella, Sarah and Sadie Guess the name of the fifth daughter? Sally

🔅What two things can you never eat for breakfast? Lunch and dinner

🔅You won’t see me at all in March, May or January, but catch me once in June and twice in November What am I? The letter “E”

🔅What building has the most stories? A library

🔅If you threw a black stone into the Red Sea, what would it become? Wet

🔅Is it possible for a woman to go 10 days without sleeping? Yes, she will sleep at night

🔅A woman fell from a 30-foot ladder without getting hurt How? She was standing on the bottom rung

🔅I’m not in Venus or Neptune, but you can find me in Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Uranus What am I? The letter “R

🔅Why did the football coach go to the bank? He wanted his quarterback

🔅You walk into a room that has a match, a candle and a fireplace Which should you light first? The match

🔅What goes up, but never comes down? Age

🔅What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years? The letter “M

🔅After an electric train crashed, every single person died Who lived? The couples

🔅Which fish costs the most? A goldfish

🔅What is a frog’s favorite game? Leapfrog

🔅If you don’t keep me, I’ll break What am I? A promise

🔅What is so fragile that saying its name will make it break? Silence

🔅I have a face and arms, but no legs What am I? A clock

🔅What it it called when a dinosaur makes a soccer goal? A dino-score

🔅What month of the year has 28 days? All months have at least 28 days

🔅Why was Adam known to be a good runner? He was the first in the human race

🔅What has many keys, but cannot unlock a single door? A piano

🔅If everyone in the country bought a white car, what would we have? A white carnation

🔅Kids can make it, but never hold it or see it What is it? Noise

🔅What is full of holes but still holds water? A sponge

🔅How do you catch a school of fish? A bookworm

🔅What word begins and ends in “E,” but only has one letter? Envelope

🔅How do you make the word “one” disappear? Add a “G” in front and it’s gone

Easy riddles

As well as sudoku and crossword puzzles for adults, riddles for young children are a great way to make an educational activity fun for the little ones. So if you are looking for easy riddles to propose to your children or grandchildren, here are some that are right for you. To further stimulate the curiosity of your children or grandchildren, we recommend that you associate these easy puzzles with colorful drawings. 

🔹Two mothers and two daughters bought three cars. They all drove home in their own car. How is that possible? (Answer: There were only three women total; a mother, her daughter — who is also a mother — and her daughter’s daughter)

🔹A man looks at a painting and says, “Brothers and sisters I have none, but that man’s father is my father’s son.” Who is in the painting? (Answer: His son)

🔹Where does Thursday come after Friday? (Answer: The dictionary)

🔹I never was, am always to be; everyone’s looking, but no one sees me. What am I? (Answer: Tomorrow.)

🔹Kelly has three daughters, and each daughter has a brother. How many children does Kelly have? (Answer: Four)

🔹Three eyes have I, all in a row; when the red one opens, all freeze like the snow. (Answer: Traffic light)

🔹Steve, Elizabeth and George are drinking coffee. Paul, Lewis and Melissa are drinking tea. Which will Helen drink? (Answer: Coffee — she has two E’s in her name, just like all the coffee drinkers)

🔹What can fill a room but doesn’t take up space? (Answer: Light)

🔹What word begins with a T, ends with a T, and has a T in it? (Answer: A teapot)

🔹What falls, but does not break, and what breaks but does not fall? (Answer: Night falls and day breaks)

🔹A cowboy arrived in town on Friday, stayed one night, then left on Friday. How is this possible? (Answer: The horse’s name is Friday)

🔹The man who built it doesn’t want it. The man who bought it doesn’t want it. The man who’s using it doesn’t know he’s using it. What is it? (Answer: A coffin)

🔹If you speak its name, you break it. What is it? (Answer: Silence)

🔹A boat sinks and every single person drowns. Who survives? (Answer: The married people)

🔹What has thirteen hearts, but no other organs? (Answer: A deck of cards)

🔹What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps? (Answer: A river)

🔹What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries? (Answer: A towel)

🔹I have a tail, and I have a head, but I have no body. I am NOT a snake. What am I? (Answer: A coin)

🔹If a rooster sits on a roof facing north, which way will the egg roll? (Answer: Roosters don’t lay eggs.)

🔹Pronounced as one letter, and written with three. Two letters there are, and two only in me. I’m double, I’m single, I’m black, blue, and gray; I’m read from both ends, and the same either way. What am I? (Answer: An eye)

🔹Rich people want it, poor people have it, and if you eat it, you die. What is it? (Answer: Nothing)

🔹What belongs to you, but is used by everyone else? (Answer: Your name)

🔹What can you hold in your right hand, but not in your left hand? (Answer: Your left hand)

🔹What is the only English word with three sets of double letters? (Answer: Bookkeeper)

🔹You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside. What did you eat? (Answer: An ear of corn)

🔹Kira’s mother has three children. Their names are Huey, Dewey, and. .. ? (Answer: Kira)

🔹Where are the lakes always empty, the mountains always flat and the rivers always still? (Answer: A map)

🔹I am always hungry and never stop eating, but water will kill me. What am I? (Answer: Fire)

🔹What word begins with an E, ends with an E, but has only one letter? (Answer: An envelope)

🔹What word becomes shorter when you add letters to it? (Answer: “Short”)

🔹When is four half of five? (Answer: When it’s in Roman numerals — the letters IV are half of the word “five”)

🔹I am weightless, but you can see me. Put me in a bucket, and I’ll make it lighter. What am I? (Answer: A hole)

🔹The more there is, the less you see. What is it? (Answer: Darkness)

🔹What color is snow? What color are clouds? What color is a polar bear? What do cows drink? (Answer: Water, not milk, which may be on your mind after answering “white” to the previous questions)

🔹You see it once in June, three times in September and never in May. What is it? (Answer: The letter E)

🔹How many months have 28 days? (Answer: All of them)

🔹What animal walks on all fours in the morning, two in the afternoon and three in the evening? (Answer: A person during the course of their life; they crawl as a child, walk as an adult, and use a cane as an elder)

🔹The more you take, the more you leave behind. What are they? (Answer: Footsteps)

🔹What building has the most stories in the world? (Answer: The library)

🔹What word is spelled wrong in the dictionary? (Answer: “Wrong”)

🔹The healthier you are, the bigger I get. The bigger I get, the more I’m hated. What am I? (Answer: Age)

🔹I give you two coins worth 15 cents. One of the coins is not a nickel. What coins did I give you? (Answer: A dime and a nickel; one of the coins isn’t a nickel, but the other one is)

Funny riddles for adults

The difficult and funny riddles are for those adults who want to test themselves by puzzling to find the answers. They are ideal for spending time with the family, or when you invite friends to dinner. You can share them with your children or you can even challenge each other between husband and wife. And why not, they can be pulled out during meetings or at the coffee break, to put in difficulty (for fun) colleagues, collaborators and even superiors! Read down below funny riddles for adults and choose the best to use in the right moment.

🔻Riddle: I can be hot or cold. I can run and be still. I can be hard and soft. What am I? Answer: Water

🔻Riddle: What breaks yet never falls, and what falls yet never breaks? Answer: Day and night

🔻Riddle: You walk into a room with a rabbit holding a carrot, a pig eating slop, and a chimp holding a banana. Which animal in the room is the smartest? Answer: You, hopefully

🔻Riddle: Two mums and two daughters went out for dinner and each ate one portion. Only three portions were eaten in total, how is this possible?Answer: It was a grandmother (who is a mother), a mother (who is a mother and a daughter), and a daughter who went out for dinner

🔻Riddle: A man is trapped in a room. The room has only two possible exits: two doors. Through the first door, there is a room constructed from magnifying glass. The blazing hot sun instantly fries anything or anyone that enters. Through the second door, there is a fire-breathing dragon. How does the man escape? Answer: He waits until night time and then goes through the first door

🔻Riddle: If it takes 5 elves, 5 minutes to make 5 dolls, then how long will it take 100 elves to make 100 dolls? Answer: It takes 1 elf 5 minutes to make a doll, so it would take 100 elves 5 minutes to make 100 dolls

🔻Riddle: A man sails off on a cruise between Mexico and the USA. He doesn’t speak to anyone, stop at any ports, or even come out of his cabin, yet he makes $300,000 from his trip. How? Answer: He’s a smuggler

🔻Riddle: How can you tell that Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are about to get married? Answer: They all have rings

🔻Answer: Just one. After that, your stomach is no longer empty

🔻Riddle: People knead me to buy things. What am I? Answer: Dough

🔻Riddle: A certain crime is punishable if attempted but not punishable if committed. What is it? Answer: Suicide

🔻Riddle: How can kids can drink beer and not get drunk? Answer: They can drink root beer!

🔻Riddle: How many bananas can you eat if your stomach is empty?

Christmas riddles

With the holiday season and the spirit of Christmas coming, we have more time to spend with friends and family at this time of year. A nice and light idea to distract a little from the stress of everyday life and have a good laugh is offered by riddles and riddles. Christmas games for children also with Christmas riddles for the treasure hunt. Ideas to spend time together and play even among adults with Santa Claus, Rudolf the reindeer, the gingerbread man. Read down below christmas riddles and enjoy christmas.

🔴I come with many colors, so beautiful and bright, I turn so many houses into a beautiful sight What am I? Ans: Christmas lights

🔴Who is never hungry during Christmas? Ans: The turkey, because it is always STUFFED

🔴If a lion had a Christmas music album, what would it be called? Ans: Jungle Bells

🔴I’m a plant seen at Christmas, which people hang above And then they stand beneath me and kiss someone they love What am I? Ans: Mistletoe

🔴Where was baby Jesus born? Ans: In Bethlehem

🔴Why didn’t the stocking want to eat Christmas dinner? Ans: He was stuffed!

🔴What is a snowman’s favorite treat? Ans: A snow cone!

🔴With nine reindeer hitched, Santa sets out on this to give out gifts What am I? Ans: Sleigh

🔴The inns were full in this little town, so in a manger he was born What is it? Ans: Bethlehem

🔴Where do Santa and the elves go for a swim? Ans: The North Pool

🔴What do you get when you cross an apple and a Christmas tree? Answer – You will get a pineapple

🔴I come in several colors and sizes, I’m beautiful and bright Come December, I turn houses into a wonderful sight! What am I? Ans: Christmas lights

🔴What do you get when you cross a Christmas tree with an apple? Ans: A pineapple

🔴Who was the cat waiting for on Christmas? Ans: Santa Claws

🔴When going around the world, my red nose leads the way I go to every country with my brothers as we pull Santa’s sleigh Who am I? Ans: Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer

🔴All day I sit on a shelf, but come alive and move during the nights I tell Santa, who’s been naughty and who’s nice Who am I? Ans: The Elf on the shelf

🔴What do you call Santa Claus when he’s on a break? Ans: Santa Pause

🔴How did Santa beat up the bad guys? Ans: He has a black belt

🔴What did the kids’ mother say after they were done opening presents? Ans: Oh! What a Christmess!

🔴Making everything white is my aim No two pieces of me are ever the same Playing with me is everyone’s favorite winter game Do you know, what is my name? Ans: Snow

🔴I get chopped, decorated and on one end you’ll see wings on top What am I? Ans: Christmas Tree

🔴What do you call an old snowman? Ans: Water

🔴I’m a famous Christmas treat, I’m brown all over with tiny feet What am I? Ans: A gingerbread man

🔴Who was the one man who has cookie sheets covering his bed? Answer- The Gingerbread Man!

🔴What is it that you can catch easily but cannot throw? Especially during December? Answer – A cold

🔴Why did they let the turkey join the band? Ans: Because he had the drum sticks

🔴I’m a bank but I don’t have any money What am I? Ans: Snowbank

🔴What do Christmas trees sing during the Christmas season? Ans: God save the kin!

🔴Why was the Christmas tree so bad at knitting? Ans: He was always dropping his needles!

🔴What do you get when you cross a bird with a turtle? Ans: A turtle dove

🔴You’ll find them in Harry Potter, you’ll find them in Lord of the Rings too Yet, they’re believed to be hard at work in the North Pole making toys for you What are they? Ans: Elves

🔴What laundry detergent do people in the North Pole use? Ans: Yule Tide

🔴What is the place where there is Christmas before Thanksgiving? Answer – The dictionary is the only place where you can find Christmas before Thanksgiving

🔴This is a Christmas carol that has no sound or music What is it? Answer – The Silent Night

🔴Which one of Santa’s reindeer is the fastest? Ans: Dasher

🔴Where does Christmas come before Thanksgiving? Ans: In the dictionary

🔴What do elves learn in school? Ans: The elf-abet!

🔴What do you call a person who is afraid of Santa Claus? Ans: Claustrophobic

🔴How many reindeers does Santa ride? Ans: 9 reindeers

🔴I’m a colored strip used to decorate your tree, metallic and shiny you’ll find me What am I? Ans: Tinsel

🔴If the end of the year is on 31 December, what is the end of Christmas? Ans: The letter ‘s’

🔴What kind of egg can you drink? Ans: Eggnog!

🔴What did the bald man ask as a gift from Santa Claus that he promised he would never part with? Answer – A comb!

🔴I have needles all over me but cannot sew anything Who am I? Answer – A Christmas Tree!

🔴What did Santa need when he sprained his ankle?Ans: A candy cane

🔴Where did the snowman and snowwoman go to dance? Ans: A snowball!

🔴What would an apple and a Christmas tree get if they had a baby? Ans: A pineapple

🔴What is a snowman’s favorite dessert? Ans: Snow Cones

🔴What guided the three wise men to find the baby Jesus? Ans: A star

🔴What are Santa’s little helpers called? Ans: Elves

🔴What did Mrs Claus wash Santa’s suit with? Ans: Yule tide

🔴I’m a Christmas treat that can be made into many things I can be a cake, a cookie or an edible little cottage with icing What am I? Ans: Gingerbread

🔴What is a snowman’s favorite breakfast? Ans: Frosted flakes

🔴Normally you find me on people’s feet, but during Christmas you’ll find me hung on fireplaces What am I? Ans: Stockings

🔴Usually during Christmas on doors I am found with evergreens, pine cones and berries arranged in a round What am I? Ans: A wreath

🔴What is red and white, red and white and red and white again? Ans: Santa tumbling down a hill

🔴What kind of pictures do elves take? Ans: Elfies

🔴What do you call a disrespectful reindeer? Ans: Rude-olph

🔴What did the gingerbread man put on his bed? Ans: Cookie sheets!

🔴Which year would Christmas and New year come in the same year? Answer – Every year

🔴Why did Frosty, the snowman go to the dermatologist? Ans: He was worried he had dandruff because snowflakes fell when he scratched his head

🔴What is white and red, white and red, white and red and white and red again? Ans: Santa tumbling down the hill!

🔴What do you wait for all year long and it just end up looking like a giant human’s sock? Answer – Christmas stockings

🔴Which one of Santa’s reindeers can be seen on Valentine’s day? Ans: Cupid

🔴What color is the Grinch who stole Christmas? Ans: Green

🔴I’m made of frozen rain, no two pieces of me are ever the same What am I? Ans: Snowflakes

🔴Once I’m chopped, they put a skirt on my bottom half and once I’m placed, they put ornaments on my top half What am I? Ans: Christmas Tree

🔴Which country did eggnog come from? Ans: England

🔴I hang around for spreading happiness during Christmas What am I? Answer – A wreath

🔴What do you see at the end of Christmas? Ans: The letter S

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