#1The Calendar Riddle
Q: How Many Months Have 28 Days?
A: All of them.
Explanation: All of the months of the year have at least 28 days. Many people think that the answer is February because it has just 28 days.
#2 The Father and Sons Riddle
Q: Two father and two sons walk into a candy store. They each buy something in the store for $0.50. Their total cost came up to $1.50. How is that possible?
A: In the group, there was one grandfather, one father, and one son.
Explanation: This means that two of them were fathers and two of them were sons. Since there were only three people buying candy, the total cost came up to $1.50.
#3 Railroad Riddle
Q: Railroad crossing without any cars. Can you spell that without using the letter R?
Explanation: The riddle asked if you could spell “that” without using any R’s. It didn’t ask anything about the railroad crossing.
#4 The Brown and Sticky Riddle
Q: What is brown and sticky?
A: A stick
Explanation: This one is self-explanatory.
#5 The Truck Driver Riddle
Q: A truck driver is going the wrong way down a one-way street. A police officer sees him but he doesn’t pull him over. Why?
A: The truck driver was walking.
Explanation: He works as a truck driver but he wasn’t working at the time. Walking down the wrong way of a one-way street isn’t a crime.
#6 The Cat Riddle
Q: Which side of a cat has the most fur?
A: The outside of the cat.
Explanation: Cats have no fur on the inside.
#7 The Getting In and Getting Out Riddle
Q: I am very easy to get into but once you are inside, I am very hard to get out of. What am I?
Explanation: You can easily find trouble, but once you are in it, it is difficult to get out of. For example, if you are arrested for a crime, the crime was easy. Getting out of jail is what is more difficult.
#8 The Rhyming Riddle
Q: I cannot hear or ever see, but sense but I can sense light and sounds there may be. Sometimes I end up on the hook, or even deep into a book. What and I?
A: A worm
Explanation: Worms have no eyes or ears, they use their senses. Worms are used for fishing so they end up on a hook. They are found in a book because a person who reads is called a book worm.
#9 The King and Queen Riddle
Q: A king, a queen, and two twins are all laying in a large room. There are not adults in the room. How is that possible?
A: They are all beds.
Explanation: It is a king-size bed and a queen-size bed that is in the room. They aren’t even people.
#10 The Riddled Riddle
Q: When you do not know what I am, I am something. When you do know what I am, I am nothing. Whatever could I be?
A: A riddle.
Explanation: If you don’t know the answer to something it is a riddle. When you do know what it is, the riddle is solved and it is just a statement.
#11 The Room Riddle
Q: What kind of room has no doors and no windows?
A: A mushroom
Explanation: The end of the word, mushroom is room. Mushrooms have no doors and no rooms.
#12 The Story Riddle
Q: I turn into a different story. What am I?
A: A spiral staircase.
A staircase will go up to a different story.
#13 The Mountain Riddle
Q: Why don’t mountains catch colds when they are covered in snow and it is so cold on a mountain?
A: They have a snow cap.
Explanation: People say when you wear a hat when it’s cold, you won’t get sick. Mountains have snow caps. Since they aren’t real hats, this is a play on words.
#14 The Red and Green Light Riddle
Q: When is it appropriate to go at red but stop at green?
A: When you are eating a watermelon.
Explanation: At a traffic light, you go when the light turns green and you stop when the light turns red. When you eat a watermelon you eat the red part but you stop before you get to the green part.
#15 The Long Complicated Riddle
Q: The first is a sign of something good, the second says where to; the third is vulgar and mean, the fourth is bound by a ring; the fifth is a noble one. Together they all drum. What are they?
A: They are the fingers on your hand.
Explanation: A thumb gives a sign-up, which is good. The index finger points and tells you where to go. The third is vulgar because that is the one that you to stick up to chuck the bird. The fourth is bound by a ring because it is the ring finger. The pinkie finger is a sign of wealth. It is the finger that sticks out when the rich are drinking tea and rich men wear pinkie rings. When you put them together, you can drum on a table.