Easy riddles MUST be very easy to solve.
By the fact of them being riddles mean that there is a hidden trick or a puzzle to be solved. And, that demands a level of thinking and basic logic before you arrive at your answer.
Unlike the hard ones, easy riddles do not demand a lengthy thinking process.
More than often they call for the wittiness of individuals and attention to simple details that we often ignore.
And, easy riddles exploit just that. Every time you ignore, you fail!
If you are looking forward to testing yourself, your kids, family or friends while having fun, these easy riddles are the best place to get started.
More You Have, Less You See
Riddle: The more of me you have, the less you see. What am I?
Answer: The Darkness.
Riddle: When will we have another 365 days year from 2020?
Answer: Every year.
The Month of February
Riddle: Which month in the year has 28 days?
Answer: All of them.
Easy Riddles for Kids
Riddle: What has a hand, a face, talks and sings but cannot hold anything?
Answer: A clock.
Riddle: Liya’s mother has four children: Lee, Elise, Giovanni and…?
Broken When Not Kept
Riddle: The moment you decide not to keep me, you have broken me. What am I?
Answer: A promise.
Speak and I am no More
Riddle: The moment you speak, I am no more. What am I?
Shared and I am no More
Riddle: The moment you let another person know of my existence, I am no more. What am I?
Answer: A secret.
Easy Riddles for Teenagers
Riddle: It is yours but others use it more than you do. What am I?
Answer: Your name.
The Capital of Kenya
Riddle: What is the capital of Kenya?
Answer: The letter K and not Nairobi.
Shorter When Long
Riddle: What is the only word that becomes shorter when you add more letters to it?
Mother, Daughter, Granddaughter
Riddle: On a lazy Sunday afternoon, two mothers and two daughters decided to order food in the nearby restaurant. They ordered enough food for three people and claimed it will be enough for each of them. How comes?
Answer: In the room was a mother, her daughter and her daughter’s daughter.
Running Without Moving
Riddle: I run around houses without moving a single step. What am I?
Answer: A fence.
Black Door, Yellow Door, Blue Door
Riddle: While driving, a man saw three doors as he was told. There was a black door, a yellow door and a blue door. Which door is he likely to open first?
Answer: The car’s door.
Running a Marathon
Riddle: Bekele was running a marathon. He passed Mo Farah in third place and Bekele in second place. Which position is Bekele right now?
Answer: Second position. You assume the position you just passed.
Green Riverine Ravines
Riddle: Riverine ravines are always green. Can you read that without R?
Answer: THAT. Riddles are tricky and in this instance, you are required to read “that”. Gotchya!
Riddle: When a train crushed on the Mississippi river every single person in it died but, a few survived. Who survived?
Answer: Couples. Only singles died.
Sharing an Umbrella
Riddle: A brother, a sister and their dog Bailey shared an umbrella. Not even their feet got wet. How comes?
Answer: It wasn’t raining.
What is it Riddle
Riddle: It only goes up and up and never down throughout your life. What is it?
Answer: Your age.
Full of Holes
Riddle: I am full of holes but can still hold a considerable amount of water. What am I?
Answer: A sponge.
Wetter the More I Dry
Riddle: I get wet when I dry. What am I?
Answer: A towel.
Available Once in Lifetime, Twice in Moment
Riddle: What is only available once in a lifetime, twice in a moment, and never in a decade?
Answer: The letter M.
The Wrong Word
Riddle: Which word is spelled wrong in every dictionary in the world?
Riddle: If you harvested three apples from each of the seven figs in your garden, how many apples will you have at the end of your second day?
Answer: None. Apples don’t grow on fig trees.
Fox in the Woods
Riddle: How deep can a fox run into the woods?
Answer: Only halfway or else the fox will run out of the woods.
Easy Riddles for Adults
Riddle: What do you throw when using it, but take it back when not using it?
Answer: An anchor.
I Feed and Grow, Drink and Die
Riddle: If you feed me, I will live and grow. If you water me, I will not survive. What am I?
Answer: The fire.
Riddle: How many letters are there in the alphabet?
Answer: Only eight.
Jailer vs. Jeweler
Riddle: What differentiates a jailer from a jeweler?
Answer: A Jailer watches cells; a jeweler sells watches.
There you have our list of easy riddles for you. Enjoy!
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