Riddle: What can be pushed but is always stationery?
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Riddle: What can be pushed but is always stationery?
Riddle: What lives in winter and dies in summer, and grows with its roots upward?
Riddle: Which is the largest room in the world?
The room for improvement.
Riddle: What three letters change a girl into a woman?
Riddle: What does someone else have to take before you can get it?
Riddle: What has two spines and a lot of ribs and carries much but never moves?
Riddle: What book of few words can change the physical state of something its used on but can also describe two of the same thing?
Riddle: What’s always found on the ground but never gets dirty?
Riddle: What can you keep after giving to someone else?
Riddle: A truck driver is going down a one way street the wrong way, and passes at least five cops. Why is he not caught?
Because he is walking on the sidewalk, not driving.
Riddle: When is 160 the same as 200?
When you’re putting the time into a microwave. Entering 200 into a microwave is 2:00 (2 minutes) and entering 160 is 1:60 which is also 2 minutes.
Riddle: Two boys were born to the same mother on the same day, at the same time, in the same month and year and yet they’re not twins. How can this be?
They are two of a set of triplets.
Riddle: What kind of table doesn’t have legs?
The Periodic Table or multiplication tables.
Riddle: What wears a crown but is no prince, is good at standing but cannot sit, digs for years but leaves no pit, and wears its jewels inside of it?
Riddle: Who can you never live with?
Riddle: Walk on the living and they don’t even mumble but walk on the dead and they mutter and grumble. What are they?
Riddle: What begins but has no end and ends all that begins?
Riddle: We are sixteen men altogether, yet any one of us may become a knight but never a king.
Pawns in chess.
Riddle: What has a head but no body, a bed but no sleep, a mouth but no voice?
Riddle: What type of drum are you not able to play?
Riddle: What can be lost but not returned?
Riddle: What kind of running means walking?
Running out of gas.
Riddle: What is round on the ends and high in the middle?
Riddle: What can you fill with empty hands?
Riddle: A man and his boss have the same parents but they are not siblings. How is this possible?
Riddle: I’m everywhere a little but you can’t see, unless I’m colder than ice and dry as can be. If I find a little tree I might help it to grow, and if you look very close, you’ll see two Os.
Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Riddle: The person who makes it doesn’t need it. The person who buys it doesn’t use it. But the person who uses it doesn’t know it.
Riddle: What breaks yet never falls and what falls yet never breaks?
Day and night.
Riddle: What is at the head of an elephant and the tail of a squirrel?
The letters ‘el’.
Riddle: Three men enter a room but only two walk out. The room is empty. Where is the third man?
The fourth man is in a wheelchair so he rolls out rather than walks out.
Riddle: You enter a bedroom with 34 people and you kill 30. How many people are in the bedroom?
35 people. The 30 you killed, the other 4 who are still alive, and you.
Riddle: You are sleeping and you are hungry and you have butter cheese and juice in the fridge. What is the first thing you will open?
Riddle: What does the great depth devour to grant luck?
Coins (it’s describing a wishing well).
Riddle: What flies when it’s on and floats coming off?
Riddle: Poor people have it and rich people need it. If you eat it you die. What is it?
Riddle: You’re in a cell with no windows, vents, or door. How do you escape?
If there is no door, you can just walk out.
Riddle: Imagine you’re in a room that is filling with water and there are no windows or doors. How do you get out?
Riddle: If you have three you have three and if you have two you have two. But if you have one you have none. What am I?
Riddle: Three men were in a boat when it capsized but only two got their hair wet. Why?
One of the men was bald.
Riddle: A girl who was born in 1962 just had her 18th birthday. How?
She was born in room 1962.
Riddle: A cowboy rides into town on Friday and stays for three days but then leaves on Friday. How does he do it?
He leaves on his horse who is called ‘Friday’.
Riddle: What has four eyes but cannot see?
Riddle: What grows up while growing down?
A goose or duck.
Riddle: What can be seen in the middle of March and April that can’t be seen at the beginning or end of either month?
The letter R.
Riddle: What can’t talk but will reply when spoken to?
Riddle: Two fathers and two sons are in a car yet there are only three people in the car. How?
They are a grandfather, father and son.
Riddle: What has six faces but does not wear makeup and has twenty-one eyes but cannot see?
A die (dice).
Riddle: What can be bought but not sold?
Riddle: What loses its head in the morning but gets it back at night?
Riddle: A man fell off a 20-foot ladder but he wasn’t hurt. How?
He fell off the bottom rung of the ladder.
Riddle: What can be long or short or heavy or light but only one at a time?
Wait / weight.
You’re in a house with four walls facing south, you step outside and see a bear. What color is the bear?
White. If all 4 walls are facing south then they’re at the North Pole.
Riddle: What has cities but no houses, forests but no trees, and water but no fish?
Riddle: I have no means to fly nor flee, so a fire is the end of me. When the fire is done and o’er, I get my old name back once more.
Riddle: You do not want me to be permanent but to avoid me is a mistake. You can let me help you but precious time it will take.
Riddle: Gain a lot of me and you’ll be heavy. Earn a lot of me and you’ll be rich.
Riddle: If you’re given one you’ll have either two or none. What is it?
Riddle: What has a neck but no head and two arms but no hands?