Riddles are a great way to get the brain going. Check out this riddle and see if you can answer it: You measure my life in hours and I serve you by expiring. I’m quick when I’m thin and slow when I’m fat. The wind is my enemy.
can be tough and they can be easy. Riddles can be funny or complex. The one thing that riddles usually do is make you think.
Some riddles are easier than others and some you get right away.
Before I give you the answer to the one above, let’s get warmed up with some fun riddles below:
Which vehicle is spelled the same forwards and backwards?
What do sea monsters eat?
Fish and ships
What do you call a kitten who drinks lemonade?
Why did the clock in the cafeteria always run slow?
Every lunch it went back four seconds
Why did the banana go to the doctor?
Because it was not peeling well!
Why won’t bikes stand up by themselves?
Because they are two tired (too tired).
Why did the cookie go to the doctor?
Because he was feeling crummy
Why is six afraid of seven?
Because seven, eight, nine!
What do you call your father-in-law’s only child’s mother-in-law?
How much is a skunk worth?
What do you call a song about a car?
A car tune (cartoon)
Here’s another one:
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What do you get when you cross SpongeBob with Albert Einstein?
Why did the cake like to play baseball?
Because it was a good batter.
What kind of monkey can fly?
A hot air baboon.
What did the banana do when it heard the ice scream?
The answer is: A candle