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In this article, we feature unique and some of the best teen-themed riddles for you.
We made sure that most of the entries are as short and unique as we can without diluting the fun that comes with tricky riddles.
Whether you are having a riddles night with family or an online trivia night with friends with teenagers in the play, having this custom addition to your riddles basket is a good idea.
Want to see how riddles for teens go? Let’s get started.
Logic Riddles for Teenagers
Riddle: What can jump higher than ten floors apartment?
Answer: Anything that can jump. Since when did apartments jump too?
Power of Imagination
Riddle: Imagine being left alone in a ship in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. How will you get out safely?
Answer: Stop imagining and you will be out.
Riddle: Hakuna Matata. How do you spell that without any K?
The first part was a distraction and the trick is for you to spell “that”.
Tricky Riddles for Teens
Riddle: How do you smash a raw egg onto a tiled floor without breaking it?
Answer: Since when did raw eggs break floors?
Riddle: I make lots of noise when changing but when done, I am bigger, more beautiful and weigh less. What am I?
In Mercury, Earth and Mar, But not in Venus
Riddle: You will always find me in Mercury, Earth and Mars and never in Venus. What am I?
Answer: The letter R.
Easy to Get into,
Riddle: What is so easy to get into but very hard to get out?
It’s Correct Without an Answer
Riddle: What question are you not supposed to answer at any time?
Answer: Are you asleep yet?
The Math Riddles for Teens
Riddle: If you triple it, multiply the answer by three then divide the outcome by nine you will get the same number. What number is that?
Answer: Any number.
The Correct Equation
Riddle: 81 x 9 = 801 is not correct. What would you do to make this mathematical equation true?
Answer: Turn it upside down.
Greater than Three, Less than Four
Riddle: What do you add between the numbers 3 and 4 to get a number greater than three but less than four?
Answer: Add a decimal to get 3.4.
Six Apples in a Bowl
Riddle: If there are 6 apples in a bowl and you take away two of them. How many apples will you have?
Answer: Two apples.
Mr. Bunny’s Family
Riddle: Mr. Bunny has three daughters and each of them has one brother. How many kids are there in Mr. Bunny’s family?
Answer: Four kids.
Riddle: When a train derailed and crashed, every single person in it died. Who survived?
Answer: Everyone who was not single at the time.
Easy Riddles for Teens
Riddle: What can you catch but cannot throw?
Answer: A cold.
The Six Letters Word Riddle
Riddle: I know of a six letters word when I remove the last letter, I remain with 12. Which word am I talking of?
The Umbrella Puzzle
Riddle: A group of five friends went out for a field trip. They had to share one umbrella with their pets. Surprisingly no one got wet. How comes?
Answer: It never rained.
Hard Riddles for Teens
Riddle: What goes up up and never goes down throughout your life?
Answer: Your age.
The Letters in the English Alphabet
Riddle: How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
Answer: Fifteen letters.
Starts with E, Has Only One Letter in It
Riddle: What starts with the letter E and has only one letter in it?
Answer: The envelope.
Changing the Dog’s Spots
Riddle: How do we change the Dalmatian dog spots without killing it?
Answer: Change the dogs from one spot to the other.
Hard Riddles for Teens
Riddle: You brought me to your meals table but never eats me. What am I?
Walls Have Ears
Riddle: I hear everything anyone says but cannot speak a word of it. What am I?
Answer: Your ear.
Tastes Everything But Eats None
Riddle: I taste everything you instruct me to but never eat any of it. What am I?
Answer: Your tongue.
No Means Yes
Riddle: I am a question whose answer is a “No” but the meaning is a “Yes”.
Answer: Do you mind?
Always Ahead of Life
Riddle: I am always in front of you but you cannot see me until when am gone. What am I?
Answer: The future.
Once in a Lifetime, Twice in a Moment
Riddle: What always happens once in a lifetime, twice in a moment, but never in one hundred years?
Answer: The letter M.
Throwing a Yellow Stone Into a Red Sea
Riddle: What happens when you throw a stone yellow in color into a red sea?
Answer: The stone will sink.
Funny Riddles for Teens
Riddle: How do seas greet each other?
Answer: They wave.
Take from Me and I grow
Riddle: The more you take from me, the more you allow me to grow bigger. What am I?
Answer: A hole.
The Five Letters Word
Riddle: What is the only word that has five letters that sound like one letter; the letter that starts the very word?
The Dining Table Riddle
Riddle: Families and individuals buy me to eat but no one ends up eating me. What am I?
Wet When Drying
Riddle: What gets wetter as it dries every time?
Answer: A towel.
Draw a Line
Riddle: If you draw a single line on a paper and want to make it longer. How do you do it without touching the line you have drawn already?
Answer: Draw a shorter line above or beneath it.
The Frying Pan
Riddle: Why do people believe Europe is like a frying pan?
Answer: It has Greece at the bottom of it.
What am I Riddles for Teens
Riddle: I am simple but the more you take of me the more you leave behind. What am I?
There you have our list of good riddles for teens. I hope you had fun!
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