The Best Funny Riddles With Answers
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What Are Funny Riddles?
A riddle is a question which requires the person being asked the riddle to use their intelligence and thinking skills to answer it. Usually in order to answer a riddle, the person must think "outside of the box" to get the answer. A funny riddle is like a normal riddle but it will make you laugh too! Here is our collection.
Riddle: What two things can you never eat for breakfast?
Answer: Lunch and Dinner.
Riddle: What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs?
Answer: A clock.
Riddle: What tastes better than it smells?
Answer: A Tongue.
Riddle: What kind of room has no doors or windows?
Answer: A Mushroom.
Riddle: What do Alexander The Great and Winnie The Pooh have in common?
Answer: Same middle name.
Riddle: During what month do people sleep the least?
Answer: February, it's the shortest month.
Riddle: What is orange and sounds like a parrot?
Answer: A Carrot.
Riddle: What goes up and never comes down?
Answer: Your Age.
Riddle: What word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
Riddle: Two children are born on the same day by the same mother but they are not twins. How is that possible?
Answer: They are triplets!
Riddle: Johnny's mother had three children. The first child was named April The second child was named May. What was the third child's name?
Answer: Johnny of course.
Riddle: Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?
Answer: Mt. Everest; it just wasn't discovered yet.
Riddle: How much dirt is there in a hole that measures two feet by three feet by four feet?
Answer: There is no dirt because it is a hole.
Riddle: What is able to travel around the globe, but stays in a corner the whole time?
Answer: A stamp.
Riddle: What has four wheels and flies?
Answer: A garbage truck.
Riddle: What gets wetter the more it dries?
Answer: A towel.
Riddle: Which word in the dictionary is spelled incorrectly?
Riddle: You cannot keep this until you have given it. What is it?
Answer: A promise.
Riddle: What grows when it eats, but dies when it drinks?
Riddle: What spends all the time on the floor but never gets dirty?
Answer: Your Shadow.
Riddle: What animal turns about 200 times around its axis after it dies?
Answer: A roast chicken.
Riddle: How many months in the year have 28 days?
Answer: All of them.
Riddle: A man goes out in heavy rain with nothing to protect him from it. His hair doesn't get wet. How does he do that?
Answer: He is bald.
Riddle: What part of the chicken has the most feathers?
Answer: The Outside.
Riddle: What goes up and down but never moves?
Answer: The stairs.
Riddle: Ten ladies tried to fit under a small umbrella, none of them got wet. How did they do it?
Answer: It wasn't raining!
Riddle: What sounds like a sneeze and is made out of leather?
Answer: A shoe
Riddle: What always goes to sleep with shoes on?
Answer: A horse
Riddle: What has a bottom at the top?
Answer: Your legs.
Riddle: If two is company and three is a crowd, what is four and five?
Answer: Nine of course.
Riddle: Jim is is six feet tall, he works at a butcher's, and he wears size ten shoes.
What does he weigh?
Riddle: What starts with an E, ends with an E and only has one letter in it?
Answer: An envelope
Riddle: What runs but never walks?
Answer: A tap.
Riddle: What can you give a man with no hair that he will never part with?
Answer: A comb.
Riddle: What is a chickens favourite vegetable?
Answer: An eggplant.
Riddle: What kind of vegetable needs a plumber?
Answer: A Leek.
Riddle: If Y.E.S spells "yes", what does E.Y.E.S spell?
(works best when said to a friend and not read)
Riddle: How far can a bear walk into the woods?
Riddle: Which 5 letter words in the dictionary can be pronounced the same, even if it has 4 of its letters removed?
Riddle: What is something that you can easily hold in your right hand but never in your left hand?
Answer: Your left elbow.
Riddle: Two coins add up to 30 cents and one of them isn't a nickel. What are they?
A quarter and a nickel. The quarter isn't a nickel.
Riddle: Forwards I am heavy, backwards I am not. What am I?
Riddle: What is red and smells like blue paint?
Answer: Red paint.
Riddle: Which word in the dictionary starts and finishes with the letter E, but only has one letter?
Riddle: What has a neck but doesn't have a head?
Answer: A bottle.
Riddle: Why did the man have to bury his torch?
Answer: Because the batteries were dead.
Riddle: What begins with the letter P, finishes with the letter E and has over a thousand letters in it?
Answer: Post Office.
Riddle: Why would a lady living in New Zealand never be buried in Australia?
Answer: Because she is living.
Riddle: 3 gentleman are out fishing in a boat when a rogue wave knock them all overboard and underwater. Only 1 got his hair wet. Why?
Answer: 2 of them were bald.
Riddle: If everyone decided to purchase only pink cars, what would we have?
Answer: A pink carnation.
Riddle: When is a door no longer a door?
Answer: When it is ajar.
Riddle: What is the main difference between a man who sells watches and a prison warden?
Answer: One sells watches, the other watches cells.
Riddle: Little Jimmy throws a tennis ball as hard and far as he can. the ball comes straight back to him. How does this happen?
Answer: Jimmy throws the ball directly upwards.
Riddle: What is so unbelievably fragile that just by speaking it's name will break it?
Riddle: Walk on the living, they don't even mumble. Walk on the dead and they mutter and grumble. What are they?
Riddle: 2 blokes are in a boat with 3 cigarettes. Unfortunately they have no matches, how do they manage to light their cigarettes?
Answer: They throw 1 cigarette overboard and it makes the boat a little lighter.
Riddle: There are 10 kids and a bowl with 10 oranges in it. How do divide up the oranges so that every kid gets and orange but one remains in the bowl?
Answer: You give 9 kids an orange each and you give the tenth kid the bowl with the orange in it.
Riddle: Two boys are born to the same mother, on the exact same day, at the exact same time, in the exact same month and year but they are not twins. How is this possible?
Answer: They are part of a set of triplets.
Riddle: A young man is learning to drive. He travels the wrong way down a one way street and passes a policeman. The policeman sees him but does nothing. Why?
Answer: The young man was walking.
Riddle: What starts with a T, ends with a T and is full of T?
Answer: A Teapot.
Riddle: I am weightless, but put me in a bucket and I will make it lighter. What am I?
Answer: A hole.
Riddle: What has many hearts but no other organs?
Answer: A deck of cards.
Riddle: What sometimes freezes after it has been heated up?
Answer: A computer.
Riddle: Plucked from a fruit, bitter like a root, burning and bold, or even cold when sold. What am I?
Answer: Coffee beans.
Riddle: What has for letters, occasionally has 12 letters, always has six, but never has five letters.
Answer: This is just a sentence describing how many letters each of these words has.