by Flyerim
2 minutes

A riddle is a statement or question that is designed to be difficult to answer or understand, often in a playful or humorous way. Riddles typically rely on wordplay, puns, and other forms of figurative language to create a sense of ambiguity or multiple meanings. They are often used as a form of entertainment, and can also be used as a way to test someone's intelligence or problem-solving abilities. Riddles have been used throughout history in various cultures, and are often found in literature, folklore, and popular culture.


What starts with an E, ends with an E, but only contains one letter?


What has a head, a tail, is brown, and has no legs?

A penny

What goes up but never comes down?


What has a heart that doesn’t beat?

An artichoke

What has a face but no eyes, hands but no arms, and feet but no legs?

A clock

What starts with P, ends with E, and has thousands of letters?

A Post Office

What has four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs in the evening?

A human (crawling as a baby, walking as an adult, and using a cane in old age)

What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray when you throw it away?


What is full of holes but still holds water?

A sponge

What is so fragile that saying its name breaks it?


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