Are you looking for good riddles to challenge yourself, your kids, or your friends?
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In this article, we feature good riddles that are ideal for audiences with kids and teens in the mix.
They are balanced, well-curated, and suited for smart people like you.
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Good riddles to stump your family and friends
1. The Riddle About Mental Fatigue
Riddle: Why do people on a full stomach find it hard to study and understand faster?
Answer: They cannot digest more than they have
2. Getting Married
Riddle: Why do people in Tunisia find it hard to get married?
Answer: They export all their dates
3. The Dog in the Woods
Riddle: How deep can a dog wander into the woods?
Answer: Halfway or else the dog will be out of the woods
4. Good Riddles for You
Riddle: Which word is spelled incorrectly in the Oxford dictionary?
5. Tossing the Coin
Riddle: A coin is tossed 30 times and all of them were heads. What are the chances that the next toss will be a tail again?
Answer: 50 percent chance
6. Living in California
Riddle: Why would a person living in California never be buried in Texas?
Answer: The person is still living. We bury the dead
7. Hiking in the Rain
Riddle: Four friends on a hiking spree got rained on. All of them got their hair wet except one. How comes?
Answer: He was bald and had no hair that would get wet
8. Good Riddles for Teens
Riddle: What is the difference between a warden and a person who sells watches?
Answer: A warden watches the cells and the other sells the watches
9. The Riddle of the Leaves
Riddle: Step on the living ones and they never complain. Step on the dead ones and they complain loudly about every step. What is it?
10. Predicting Correct Scores
Riddle: During the World Cup, there was a Nigerian man who knew the score for every game before it started. How did he know?
Answer: Everyone does.
Before the game starts, the scores are 0:0
11. Logic Riddles, Oranges
Riddle: There are eight kids and eight oranges in a yellow bowl. How do you distribute the oranges to all the kids, each getting one orange and still remain with one in the bowl?
Answer: Give each kid one orange and the last kid his orange in a bowl
12. Good Riddles for Kids
Riddle: What would you add to a bucket full of water to make it weigh less?
Answer: A hole at the bottom
13. Plucked from a fruit, Bitter like a Root
Riddle: Plucked from a fruit, I am bitter like a root, burning and bold, or even cold when sold. What am I?
14. Freezes When Heating
Riddle: I freeze when excessively heated up. What am I?
Answer: A computer
15. Who am I Riddle
Riddle: Brothers and sisters have I none, but that girl is my mother’s daughter. Who am I?
Answer: An image of myself on the mirror
16. Hearts that Pump no Blood
Riddle: I have many hearts that have no life and pump no blood. What am I?
Answer: A deck of cards
17. A Walking Taxi Driver
Riddle: A young driver on his way to a movie theatre travels through the wrong route on a one-way street. The traffic police don’t seem to bother either. Why is that?
Answer: The young driver was walking
18. Two Beautiful Girls
Riddle: Two beautiful girls were born the same day and hour and are of the same mother but the two girls are not twins. How is this possible?
Answer: The two girls are part of the triplets set with a boy
19. The House Cleaner
Riddle: I am all about a clean house and with the lady of the house, we dance side to side every day. In the end, I make her happy yet, I am always about work and never in romance. Who am I?
Answer: I am a broom
20. Precious Little Dancer
Riddle: I am precious little and delicate. I dance along as I eat. From a distance, you can feel my warmth and gentle love but careful to move any closer, for you can be my next meal. What am I?
Answer: The fire
21. The Riddle of The Watermelon
Riddle: What type of water is eaten while red?
Answer: The watermelon
22. English Dictionary Words
Riddle: Which word in the Exford English dictionary becomes shorter when you add two more words to it?
Answer: Short + er becomes shorter
23. Indeterminate Growth
Riddle: I only grow up and up at the same rate and never down. What am I?
24. Months of the Year
Riddle: How many months in a year have 28 days?
Answer: Twelve months
25. Rivers of the World
Riddle: Before the Nile river was discovered, what was the longest river in the world?
Answer: It was still the Nile.
26. Millicent’s Mother
Riddle: Millicent’s mother had three daughters: Daisy, Fiona, and …?
27. Sides of a Circle
Riddle: How many sides does a circle have?
Answer: Two sides – the inner side and the outer side
28. Big and Weightless
Riddle: I can be as big as the Burj Khalifa, but I weigh nothing. What am I?
Answer: The shadow
29. What Am I Riddle
Riddle: I fall to the ground from kilometers in the sky but never get hurt. What am I?
Answer: The rain
30. The Floor Never Cracked
Riddle: I threw a raw egg onto the floor from 3 meters above and it never cracked. How comes?
Answer: The floor never cracked.
31. The Seconds in a Year
Riddle: How many seconds are there in a year?
Answer: Twelve seconds.
We have a second every month.
32. Work Without Sleep
Riddle: Can someone work for 10 days without sleeping?
Answer: Yes! They will be sleeping at night
33. One Way In, Three Ways Out
Riddle: I have one way in and three different ways out. What am I?
Answer: A shirt
34. Building a House
Riddle: Four men built your house in 6 months. How long will it one man to build the same house?
Answer: The very house is already built.
One man will build nothing as a result
35. Good Riddles for You IV
Riddle: I have the reputation to hear everything but I say none. What am I?
Answer: An ear
There you have a complete list of our good riddles. I hope you’ve had fun!
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