Tricky Riddles are a form of mental exercise that has been enjoyed for centuries. These mind-boggling puzzles challenge our problem-solving skills and require us to think outside the box. With clever twists and turns, Tricky Riddles are not only a source of entertainment, but also help improve our critical thinking, creativity, and reasoning abilities. They can be enjoyed by people of all ages and come in a wide range of themes, making them a fun and engaging activity for everyone. So, get ready to test your wit and unravel the mysteries of Tricky Riddles with answers!
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Tricky Riddles With Answers
1. With pointed fangs, I sit and wait; with piercing force, I crunch out fate; grabbing victims, proclaiming might; physically joining with a single bite. What am I? Answer: A stapler.
2. Which letter of the alphabet has the most water? Answer: The “C.”
3. What two things can you never have for breakfast? Answer: Lunch and dinner.
4. What is the capital of France? Answer: The letter F is the only capital letter in France.
5. What is so fragile that saying its name breaks it? Answer: Silence.
6. What can you catch but never throw? Answer: A cold.
7. What can travel around the world without moving from its corner? Answer: A stamp.
8. The more you take, the more you leave behind. What are they? Answer: Footsteps.
9. If you drop me, I’m sure to crack, but give me a smile and I’ll always smile back. What am I? Answer: A mirror.
10. If 11 plus two equals one, what does nine plus five equal? Answer: 11 a.m. plus two hours = 1 p.m., 9 a.m. plus five hours = 2 p.m.
11. You see a boat filled with people. It has not sunk, but you don’t see a single person on the ship when you look again. Why? Answer: They were all married.
12. What is put on a table and cut, but is never eaten? Answer: A pack of cards
13. My pockets are empty, but they still have something in them. Answer: They have holes in them.
14. I’m shaped like a box, have no feet, but run up and down. Answer: An Elevator
15. I am four times as old as my daughter. In 20 years’ time, I shall be twice as old as her. How old are we now? Answer: I am 40 and my daughter is 10.
16. How far can a fox run into a grove? Answer: Only halfway – then he’s running out of it!
17. How do eels get around the seabed? Answer: They go by octobus.
18. A girl fell off a 40 feet ladder but still did not get hurt. Why? Answer: She fell off the bottom step.
19. You can easily touch me, but not see me. You can throw me out, but not away. What am I? Answer: Your back.
20. You buy it to eat, but you don’t eat it. What is it? Answer: A plate, fork, spoon, knife, dining table, etc. The answer can be a lot of things, anything that you use to serve or eat food.
21. You are in a jungle and you come across a lion and a jaguar. You have a gun but there is only one bullet left. Which one do you shoot? Answer: You shoot the lion and drive off in the jaguar.
22. Why do security guards feel exhausted and weary guarding the Big Ben clock tower? Answer: Because they are all working around the clock
23. Who keeps the ocean clean? Answer: The mermaid
24. Which is correct, 9 and 5 is 13 or 9 plus 5 is 13? Answer: Neither. Both “9 and 5” and “9 plus 5” are 14, not 13.
25. What mass murderer never goes to jail because he is innocent of any crime? Answer: The exterminator!
26. What do you get when you plant kisses? Answer: Tulips!
27. How did the lobster get to the ocean? Answer: By shell-icopter
28. You’ll find me in the sand, but not in the sea. I’m something you keep between you and me. Answer: The word “and”
29. You have two dogs. How can you give one away, yet keep both? Answer: You name one of the dogs as “both”.
30. Which of the following is the largest? Triangle, circle, square, or rectangle? Answer: Rectangle, it has the most letters
31. When my father was 31, I was 8. Now he is twice as old as I am. How old am I? Answer: The difference in age is still 23 years, so I must be 23 if my father is twice as old.
32. When can 3 elephants stand under 1 umbrella and not get wet? Answer: When it’s not raining.
33. What’s the least number of chairs you would need around a table to sit four fathers, two grandfathers, and four sons? Answer: Four. The four fathers could be grandfathers and are definitely sons already.
34. What word when pronounced wrong is right but when pronounced right is wrong? Answer:The word is “Wrong”.
35. Which would see most clearly in total darkness? A bat, a tiger, or an owl? Answer: None. In total darkness it is impossible to see anything.
36. Which word in the English language is most frequently spelled wrong? Answer: The word “wrong”.
37. Which tire doesn’t move when a car turns right? Answer: The spare tire.
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