Classic Riddles 1-100

Over the years I’ve collected almost 250 riddles from various places for use in roleplaying games. Here’s the list for other people to use:

Not really a riddle in the classical sense, but one of my all-time favourites:

  • Why do the French only have one egg for breakfast?
    Because one egg is un oeuf (enough)!

Don’t forget to check Riddles 101-200 and Riddles 201-243 which have now been published as well.

Now for the real riddles:

  1. It is greater than God and more evil than the devil. The poor have it, the rich need it and if you eat it you’ll die. What is it?
    Nothing.
  2. It walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon and three legs in the evening. What is it?
    Man
  3. I am the beginning of the end, and the end of time and space. I am essential to creation, and I surround every place. What am I?
    The letter e. End, timE, spacE, Every placE
  4. What always runs but never walks, often murmurs, never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, has a mouth but never eats?
    A river.
  5. I never was, am always to be. No one ever saw me, nor ever will. And yet I am the confidence of all, To live and breath on this terrestrial ball. What am I?
    Tomorrow or the future.
  6. At night they come without being fetched. By day they are lost without being stolen. What are they?
    The stars.
  7.  What is in seasons, seconds, centuries and minutes but not in decades, years or days?
    The letter ‘n’.
  8. The one who makes it, sells it. The one who buys it, never uses it. The one that uses it never knows that he’s using it. What is it?
    A coffin
  9. The more you have of it, the less you see. What is it?
    Darkness
  10. What has a head, a tail, is brown, and has no legs?
    A penny.
  11. What English word has three consecutive double letters?
    Bookkeeper.
  12. What’s black when you get it, red when you use it, and white when you’re all through with it?
    Charcoal.
  13. You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside. What did you eat?
    An ear of corn.
  14. I am always hungry,
    I must always be fed,
    The finger I touch,
    Will soon turn red
    Fire
  15. Ripped from my mother’s womb,
    Beaten and burned,
    I become a blood thirsty killer.
    What am I?
    Iron ore
  16. I know a word of letters three. Add two, and fewer there will be!
    Few
  17. I give you a group of three. One is sitting down, and will never get up. The second eats as much as is given to him, yet is always hungry. The third goes away and never returns.
    Stove, fire, smoke
  18. I have four legs but no tail. Usually I am heard only at night. What am I?
    A frog. The frog is an amphibian in the order Anura (meaning “tail-less”) and usually makes noises at night during its mating season.
  19. Half-way up the hill, I see thee at last, lying beneath me with thy sounds and sights — A city in the twilight, dim and vast, with smoking roofs, soft bells, and gleaming lights.
    The past. (Longfellow)
  20. When young, I am sweet in the sun.
    When middle-aged, I make you gay.
    When old, I am valued more than ever.
    Wine
  21. All about, but cannot be seen,
    Can be captured, cannot be held,
    No throat, but can be heard.
    Wind
  22. If you break me
    I do not stop working,
    If you touch me
    I may be snared,
    If you lose me
    Nothing will matter.
    Your heart
  23. Until I am measured I am not known,
    Yet how you miss me when I have flown.
    Time
  24. I drive men mad
    For love of me,
    Easily beaten,
    Never free.
    Gold
  25. When set loose
    I fly away,
    Never so cursed
    As when I go astray.
    A fart
  26. Lighter than what I am made of,
    More of me is hidden Than is seen.
    Iceberg
  27. Each morning I appear to lie at your feet,
    All day I will follow no matter how fast you run,
    Yet I nearly perish in the midday sun.
    Shadow
  28. My life can be measured in hours,
    I serve by being devoured.
    Thin, I am quick
    Fat, I am slow
    Wind is my foe.
    A candle
  29. I am seen in the water if seen in the sky,
    I am in the rainbow, a jay’s feather,and lapis lazuli.
    Blue
  30. Glittering points that downward thrust,
    Sparkling spears that never rust.
    Icicle
  31. You heard me before, yet you hear me again,
    Then I die, ’till you call me again.
    An echo
  32. Three lives have I.
    Gentle enough to soothe the skin,
    Light enough to caress the sky,
    Hard enough to crack rocks.
    Water
  33. At the sound of me, men may dream or stamp their feet,
    At the sound of me, women may laugh or sometimes weep.
    Music
  34. What does man love more than life
    Fear more than death or mortal strife
    What the poor have, the rich require,
    and what contented men desire,
    What the miser spends and the spendthrift saves
    And all men carry to their graves?
    Nothing
  35. I build up castles.
    I tear down mountains.
    I make some men blind,
    I help others to see.
    What am I?
    Sand
  36. Two in a corner,
    1 in a room,
    0 in a house, but 1 in a shelter. What am I?
    The letter r.
  37. Five hundred begins it, five hundred ends it,
    Five in the middle is seen;
    First of all figures, the first of all letters,
    Take up their stations between.
    Join all together, and then you will bring
    Before you the name of an eminent king.
    DAVID (Roman numerals)
  38. It cannot be seen, it weighs nothing, but when put into a barrel, it makes it lighter. What is it?
    A hole
  39. How far will a blind dog walk into a forest?
    Halfway. After he gets halfway, he’s walking out of the forest.
  40. What happens when you throw a yellow rock into a purple stream?
    It makes a splash.
  41. What starts with a T, ends with a T, and has T in it?
    A teapot
  42. As I went over London Bridge I met my sister Jenny,
    I broke her neck and drank her blood and left her standing empty.
    A bottle of gin
  43. Whoever makes it, tells it not.
    Whoever takes it, knows it not.
    Whoever knows it, wants it not
    Counterfeit money
  44. I am, in truth, a yellow fork from tables in the sky,
    By inadvertent fingers dropped the awful cutlery.
    Of mansions never quite disclosed and never quite concealed
    The apparatus of the dark to ignorance revealed.
    Lightning
  45. You saw me where I never was and where I could not be. And yet within that very place, my face you often see. What am I?
    A reflection
  46. Say my name and I disappear. What am I?
    Silence
  47. What is it that after you take away the whole, some still remains?
    Wholesome
  48. A box without hinges, lock or key, yet golden treasure lies within. What is it?
    An egg
  49. Forward I’m heavy, but backwards I’m not. What am I?
    Ton
  50. Why doesn’t a mountain covered with snow catch cold?
    Because it has a snowcap 🙂
  51. I can be long, or I can be short.
    I can be grown, and I can be bought.
    I can be painted, or left bare.
    I can be round, or square.
    What am I?
    A fingernail
  52. One by one we fall from heaven down into the depths of past,
    And our world is ever upturned so that yet some time we’ll last.
    Sands in an hourglass
  53. I drift forever with the current down these long canals they’ve made,
    Tame, yet wild, I run elusive Multitasking to your aid.
    Before I came, the world was darker, colder, sometimes, rougher, true
    But though I might make living easy, I’m good at killing people too.
    Electricity (or lightning)
  54. Reaching stiffly for the sky,
    I bare my fingers when it’s cold
    In warmth I wear an emerald glove
    And in between I dress in gold
    A deciduous tree
  55. Kings and queens may cling to power and the jester’s got his call,
    But, as you may all discover, the common one outranks them all.
    An ace (in a deck of cards)
  56. Every dawn begins with me
    At dusk I’ll be the first you see
    And daybreak couldn’t come without
    What midday centers all about
    Daises grow from me, I’m told
    And when I come, I end all cold
    But in the sun I won’t be found
    Yet still, each day I’ll be around.
    The letter d.
  57. Kings and lords and christians raised them
    Since they stand for higher powers
    Yet few of them would stand, I’m certain,
    If women ruled this world of ours.
    A tower.
  58. Soft and fragile is my skin, I get my growth in mud
    I’m dangerous as much as pretty, for if not careful, I draw blood.
    A thorn
  59. Three brothers share a family sport: A non-stop marathon
    The oldest one is fat and short And trudges slowly on
    The middle brother’s tall and slim And keeps a steady pace
    The youngest runs just like the wind, a speeding through the race
    “He’s young in years, we let him run,” the other brothers say
    “‘Cause though he’s surely number one, he’s second, in a way.”
    The hands on a clock (hour, minute, second).
  60. It’s true I bring serenity,
    And hang around the stars
    But yet I live in misery;
    You’ll find me behind bars
    With thieves and villains I consort
    In prison I’ll be found
    But I would never go to court,
    Unless there’s more than one
    The letter s
  61. I am a box that holds keys without locks, yet they can unlock your soul. What am I?
    A piano.
  62. There once was a strange man who loved wordplay, he had a very important and successful business that would take insect shipments from all across the world and distribute them to zoos across the US.
    ImportANT
  63. There is one word that stands the test of time and holds fast to the center of everything. Though everyone will try at least once in their life to move around this word, but in fact, unknowingly, they use it every moment of the day. Young or old, awake or in sleep, human or animal, this word stands fast. It belongs to everyone, to all living things, but no one can master it. The word is?
    Gravity
  64. My days are in the summer
    When you’ll eat me when I’m hot
    In fact I’ll even eat myself
    Where battles tough are fought
    But when you find me in a fight
    ‘Twill be high in the sky
    And if you catch me napping
    I suggest you let me lie
    When you’re bad come to my house
    From Ma get thoughts profound
    Am I big or am I small?
    Some say I’m just a pound.
    Dog. Dog days, hot dog, dog pound, dog fight.
  65. My first is twice in apple but not once in tart. My second is in liver but not in heart. My third is in giant and also in ghost. Whole I’m best when I am roast. What am I?
    A pig.
  66. What gets wetter as it dries?
    A towel
  67. This is a most unusual paragraph. How quickly can you find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so ordinary you’d think nothing was wrong with it – and in fact, nothing is wrong with it. It is unusual though. Why? Study it, think about it, and you may find out. Try to do it without coaching. If you work at it for a bit it will dawn on you. So jump to it and try your skill at figuring it out. Good luck – don’t blow your cool!
    The most common letter in the English language, the letter e, is not found in the entire paragraph.
  68. When you went into the woods you got me.
    You hated me yet you wanted to find me.
    You went home with me cause you couldn’t find me
    What was it?
    A splinter
  69. An iron horse with a flaxen tail.
    The faster the horse runs,
    the shorter his tail becomes.
    What is it?
    A needle and thread.
  70. You have to travel far before you turn it over. What is it?
    An odometer
  71. A mile from end to end, yet as close to as a friend. A precious commodity, freely given. Seen on the dead and on the living. Found on the rich, poor, short and tall, but shared among children most of all. What is it?
    A smile.
  72. I’m full of holes, yet I’m full of water. What am I?
    A sponge
  73. Four of us are in your field
    But our differences keep us at yield
    First, a one that is no fool
    Though he resembles a gardener’s tool
    Next, one difficult to split in two
    And a girl once had one as big as her shoe
    Then, to the mind, one’s a lovely bonder
    And truancy makes it grow fonder
    Last, a stem connecting dots of three
    Knowing all this, what are we?
    The four suits in a deck of standard playing cards. The Spade is a gardener’s tool. The Diamond is the hardest gem to break. “Little Girl and Queen” is a Mother Goose rhyme, in which the Queen gave the girl a large diamond for picking the Queen some roses.The Heart bonds with the mind to form love. Absence makes the heart grow fonder.The Club, or Clover, is three dots connected around a stem.
  74. I am a word of meanings three.
    Three ways of spelling me there be.
    The first is an odour, a smell if you will.
    The second some money, but not in a bill.
    The third is past tense, a method of passing things on or around.
    Can you tell me now, what these words are, that have the same sound?
    Scent, cent, sent
  75. It’s red, blue, purple and green, no one can reach it, not even the queen. What is it?
    A rainbow.
  76. What question can you never honestly answer yes to?
    Are you asleep? (or dead)
  77. What has a neck and no head, two arms but no hands?
    A shirt (or sweater, jacket etc)
  78. I live in water
    If you cut my head I’m at your door,
    If you cut my tail I’m fruit,
    If you cut both I’m with you
    What am I?
    A pearl. They’re found underwater. Removing the head (p) leaves Earl, a guy who could be at your door. Removing the tail (l) leaves pear, a fruit and if you cut both off you’re left with ear, which is with you because it’s attached to your head.
  79. Feed me and I live, give me drink and I die. What am I?
    Fire.
  80. What begins and has no end? What is the ending of all that begins?
    The best answer I’ve heard is death. It ends all that begins, and there’s no end to death. Another answer along the same lines is decay.
  81. A man went to the hardware store to buy items for his house.
    1 would cost $.25
    12 would cost $.50
    122 would cost $.75
    When he left the store he had spent $.75, what did he buy?
    House numbers
  82. What makes a loud noise when changing its jacket, becomes larger but weighs less?
    Popcorn
  83. The more you take, the more you leave behind.
    Footsteps
  84. I am a word of 5 letters and people eat me. If you remove the first letter I become a form of energy. Remove the first two and I’m needed to live. Scramble the last 3 and you can drink me. What am I?
    Wheat, heat, eat, tea
  85. Before any changes I’m a garlic or spice. My first is altered and I’m a hand-warming device. My second is changed and I’m trees in full bloom. The next letter change makes a deathly old tomb. Change the fourth to make a fruit of the vine. Change the last for a chart plotted with lines. What was I? What did I become? What did I turn out to be?
    Clove, glove, grove, grave, grape, graph
  86. A woman shoots her husband, then holds him under water for five minutes. Finally, she hangs him. Five minutes later they enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be?
    She took a photo of him and developed it in the dark room.
  87. Remove six letters from this sequence to reveal a familiar English word. BSAINXLEATNTEARS
    BANANAS (Removed SIX LETTERS)
  88. Alive without breath,
    As cold as death,
    Clad in mail never clinking,
    Never thirsty, ever drinking
    A fish
  89. With thieves I consort,
    With the vilest, in short,
    I’m quite at ease in depravity;
    Yet all divines use me,
    And savants can’t lose me,
    For I am the center of gravity.
    The letter V
  90. Until I am measured
    I am not known,
    Yet how you miss me
    When I have flown.
    Time
  91. I never was, am always to be,
    No one ever saw me, nor ever will
    And yet I am the confidence of all
    To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball.
    Tomorrow 
  92. Alive without breath,
    As cold as death,
    Never thirsty, Ever drinking,
    Clad in mail, Never clinking,
    Drowns on dry land,
    Thinks an island, Is a mountain,
    Thinks a fountain, Is a puff of air.
    A fish
  93. This thing all things devours:
    Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
    Gnaws iron, bites steel;
    Grinds hard stones to meal;
    Slays king, ruins town,
    And beats high mountain down.
    Time
  94. The cost of making only the maker knows,
    Valueless if bought, but sometimes traded.
    A poor man may give one as easily as a king.
    When one is broken pain and deceit are assured.
    Promise
  95. Who makes it, has no need of it.
    Who buys it, has no use for it.
    Who uses it can neither see nor feel it.
    A coffin
  96. I build up castles. I tear down mountains.
    I make some men blind,
    I help others to see.
    What am I?
    Sand
  97. Glittering points that downward thrust,
    Sparkling spears that never rust.
    Icicle
  98. Die without me, Never thank me.
    Walk right through me, never feel me.
    Always watching, never speaking.
    Always lurking, never seen.
    Air
  99. Pregnant every time you see her, yet she never will give birth.
    Full moon
  100. I go around in circles,
    But always straight ahead
    Never complain,
    No matter where I am led.
    Wheel
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210 Responses to Classic Riddles 1-100

  1. Arshad Khan says:

    Hello, I am a teacher and I would like use your riddles for my students. Please give me permission to use the riddles.

    Thank you.

    Arshad Khan (sir.arshad@hotmail.com)

    • Lord Karick says:

      Hi Arshad, you are more than welcome to use them. I have no rights to them any way – I merely collected them from other places. Best regards, Mike

    • Lucy Wucy says:

      Here’s an awesome riddle,
      You have died and are making your way to heaven, but there is one final test you have to complete before going to heaven. If you get it wrong you go to hell
      “your walking along the path when you notice a building with two doors one ether side. You know that one door leads to hell and one leads to heaven. The doors are I identical. Guarding each door are identical twins, one always tells the truth ( cannot lie) and one always tells a lie (cannot tell the truth) you do not know which is which. You can ask one of the guards one question. What do you ask and what do you do with the answer.”
      I do Know the answer but try getting it yourself.

      • Siggi says:

        You ask them what the other would say was the correct door. (They would both point at the same door).

      • guess_who says:

        the honest one would point to the right door but the liar would point at the wrong (the other door) so wouldn’t they be pointing at the wrong doors?

      • John Cena says:

        You kick one of them and ask, ‘does that hurt?’. If he says no, you go to the other door. If he says yes, go through that door.

      • John Cena says:

        You kick one and ask, “Does that hurt?” If he says no, he’s lying and go through the other door.

      • Brian says:

        I would ask, Are you guarding a door?

      • Volker says:

        You would ask, what the other guard would say is the door to hell. Both would point to the door to heaven. If you ask the liar: The other one, meaning the one who says the truth, would obviously point to the right door. But the liar of course tells you he would give you the other door as the one to hell. If you ask the one who is turthful, he would say the liar would give you the door to heaven as the one leading to hell. So whomever you ask, you get pointed the “wrong” door, which you know is the door to heaven.

      • guess_who says:

        does the identical twin who never lies guard the door to heaven and the liar to hell?

      • Jake Blues says:

        You ask either one what the other brother would say is the correct door and then you go through the opposite door!
        If you happened to ask the brother that always lies what the other brother would say, he would lie and point to the door to hell.
        If you ask the brother that always tells the truth what the other brother would say is the door to heaven, again the answer would be the door to hell. So you go through the other door.
        Voila!

      • Brian says:

        You ask one of the guards: “are you guards?”. If they say yes, go through their door and of the say no, go through the other. Hope this is true!

  2. Ok mike can you give an answer for this riddle i am not able to find the answer.The fish which lives outside the sea,any idea ? Can you help ?

  3. thelastnerd says:

    There are a couple duplicates: 23 & 90, 8 & 95, 35 & 96, 30 & 97. Otherwise, a great compendium.

  4. Dany says:

    Thanks for this great collection! I told a lot of these to the kids I teach at summer camp, and it keeps them entertained for hours.

    • Lord Karick says:

      Thanks Dany, ironically the riddles get far more hits than the blog here does, but I’ve obviously met a need with them. Glad you and the kids got your mileage out of them.

  5. naadira says:

    I have a very difficult riddle which iv been trying to crack… This makes the heart grow ”FOUNDER”… Not FONDER I know its a seven letter word but its not absence… Any1 have an idea 2what it might be? Iv searched everywhere even googled it but no luck!!! HELP 😥 PLZ!!!

  6. Tony says:

    the letter ‘U”

  7. Tony says:

    these are awesome! and as someone playing halfling in an RPG, I plan on using everyone of them, thanks! Including Heart grows Founder not Fonder!

  8. Pun Da says:

    I don’t understand the riddle about sand. I only get the part with blinding men, but not the rest of the riddle

    Mind explaining?

    • Lord Karick says:

      Well, you can make sand castles from it, the mountain bit I don’t understand, but helping them see – sand is one of the ingredients of glass together with potash; heat them together to a very high temperature and they melt to form glass.

      • Eryn A. W. says:

        you can make sand castles out of it. sand can erode mountains. if it gets in your eyes it makes you blind. san can create class which is used in classes which helps people to see.

      • Martin Mwangi says:

        Kindly help me out with this riddle;
        Some have more than 100, some have none.
        Clues:
        1) You see it every morning.
        2)At one point we all have it.
        3) It comes in many colours.
        4) Donald Trump has it.

  9. Calum M. says:

    You have a lot of doubles, I saw the same sand one and the same coffin one at least a couple of times

  10. Reiayna Dickson says:

    Can u help me solve this riddle?? What is something you don’t own but you can give it to anyone you meet? (Hint You only have one , but you can give it away as many times as you want without losing it ??)

  11. Angela says:

    Hi mike I need help on a riiddle do you think u could do it, the riddle is
    “What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?” You think you can help me with this one?

  12. Buttering says:

    Plz answer this awesome riddle I already know the answer Q.WHAT IS ORANGE AND RHYMES WITH CARROT? A.CARROT

  13. H says:

    Riddle the fourth!
    What’s something that can eat all it likes, but can never drink anything or it will die?

  14. Stampynugget says:

    I don’t get this one

  15. Stampynugget says:

    I don’t get this Riddle the fourth!
    What’s something that can eat all it likes, but can never drink anything or it will die?

  16. syed jazib says:

    Riddle the first!
    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?need ans

  17. andini syarif says:

    Riddle the seventh! What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet?
    (Hint You only have one , but
    you can give it away as many times
    as you want without losing it ??)

  18. shadow says:

    What’s something that can eat all it likes, but can never drink anything or it will die?

  19. naeeee says:

    Can I have some help with this Riddle
    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?

  20. marilyn says:

    I’d love it if humility was the answer to the riddle above. I’m looking for an example of a riddle that was popular in Europe around the time of World War I. Got any?

  21. Marilyn Oser says:

    I’d like to think the answer to the riddle above is humility.
    I’m looking for a representative example of a riddle that might have been used by schoolgirls in Britain at about the time of World War One. Got one?

  22. This was so usefull.I was doing 10 riddles.They were tough. They weren’t exactly like these but these are better.They’re really fun.

  23. ? says:

    What is made of wood but no saw on earth us sharp enough to cut?

  24. keayra says:

    Riddle the fourth!
    What’s something that can eat all it likes, but can never drink anything or it will die?

  25. I m a teacher of English language and I used these riddles. really they r amazing and my students liked them alot.

  26. Talha Arshad says:

    Riddle “What is that thing which is born with you, grows with you ,gets old with you but dies before you.” I could find out answer yet…. Any one would like to help me

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  28. Matt says:

    What is impossible for God to see, Kings & Queens seldom see, and common people see every day?

  29. Ryan says:

    Can you give this answer to me please. If you have it you want to share it, If you share it you don’t have it.What is it?

  30. Ryan says:

    Thanks

  31. nimrat says:

    What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet?

  32. Mylea says:

    Can I ask.?
    If You Want It,You Want To Share It.If Chu Share It,Chu Don’t Have It.Wit Is It.?
    I can’t find out ish de answer ._.

  33. Kylie says:

    Can you give me an answer to this riddle, the poor have it and the rich need it, and will kill you if you eat it.

  34. Nicole says:

    Can you answer this riddle please: what is the first thing you know?

    Thanks

  35. mohit says:

    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?

  36. pete says:

    If u have it u want to share it if u share it you dint have it. Can’t get it help

  37. clair says:

    ,good morning. . hi, im clair i would want to use your riddle for my cousin project…

    Hope you give me a permission to use the riddle.

    thank you..

  38. lauren says:

    What can eat everything but can’t drink anything or it will die.it has no shadow and you shouldn’t hold it in you’re bare hands. any ideas.it would be great if you could help
    help

  39. Matt says:

    Try this one….”What is impossible for God to see, kings and queens seldom see, yet common people see everyday”? Hmmmmmm????

  40. Isabbella says:

    Hi im Isabella. I cant find the answer for this riddle. “if u have it.u want to share it.if u share it,u dont have it” plz tell me because im very VERY stuck in it. plz tell me the answer. 0:o

  41. bill says:

    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?

  42. Jeymi says:

    What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet?

  43. Carmen says:

    Can you help me mike I need the answer to my riddle what is something that can eat all the likes but what if it drink something it dies

  44. marty says:

    Mike can u tell me’poor people have, rich people need and will kill you if you eat it” please help me I’ve been trying to figure it out for ages

    • Lord Karick says:

      It’s in the list, one of my favouritesites actually : nothing!

      • Matt says:

        The Universal Riddle: “Name something common people see every single day… kings and queens see few times a year…and God almighty has NEVER seen… for it is the only thing impossible for His eyes to see?

  45. You riddles are really interesting i would like 2 learn them and understand their meanings properly

    • sara says:

      same here i know some of them but not all of them i told my sister the whats at the end of a rainbow

      the letter w but she didn’t guess it and she’s fifteen

  46. matt says:

    What is the only one thing impossible for God to see?

  47. PAUL says:

    does anyone know the answer to this:
    I have one,
    you have one,
    we all have one,
    but I willl use yours more than mine.

    • Lord Karick says:

      Intriguing. Not heard that one before. Let me think about it. It sounds like it should be something like patience, something that we normally only give to others, but the singular rules that out.

      • Samantha horwitz says:

        It’s your name ! My Enrichment teacher tells us riddles every class ,and this was one of them .

  48. Brayon says:

    Its a name

  49. kavin says:

    your riddle is nice well done

  50. R.J says:

    I have two that I already know. Hope you guys like them.
    1) Mary’s father has 5 daughters – Nana, Nene, Nini, Nono. What is the fifth daughters name?
    2) In a one-story pink house, there was a pink person, a pink cat, a pink fish, a pink computer, a pink chair, a pink table, a pink telephone, a pink shower– everything was pink!
    What color were the stairs?
    Not my own riddles, no copyright intended.
    ENJOY!

  51. nellyghz says:

    can you give an answer for this riddle: What is something the poor have,the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it ?

  52. Giovanni says:

    Riddle the seventh! What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet?

  53. Giovanni says:

    Does any one know the awnser to this: What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet?

  54. Giovanni says:

    What’s something you don’t own, but you can give to anyone you meet? I dont get it

  55. Esther says:

    I can run but cannot walk, everywhere you go I am already there. What am I?

  56. shoshannah abrams says:

    Hey can u help me with this riddle?
    I can run but cannot walk, everywhere you go I am already there. What am I?

  57. Can you help me complete the riddle?
    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill you if you eat it?

  58. Roxy says:

    Hey I have no idea what the answer is to this riddle…help?
    What is something the poor have, the rich need, and will kill u if you eat it?

  59. Brian says:

    What is able to type a question, but will never be able to read the answer?

    A: Apparently all of the commenters asking about the “Nothing” riddle.

  60. Darius says:

    The Universal Riddle: “Name something common people see every single day… kings and queens see few times a year…and God almighty has NEVER seen… for it is the only thing impossible for His eyes to see?

    -whats the answer?

  61. Darius M. David says:

    Please can you help me with this answer. What room has no door or window.

  62. Darius M David says:

    What room has no door or window ?.

  63. Ashley says:

    What is black and white but red all over?

    What has hundreds of teeth but never had a body???

    I know the answers but wanted to share. I think they are simple but cute

  64. Prettyangelx says:

    1.mary
    2.no stairs

    • tefa says:

      this is more of a paradox than a riddle.
      What happens if Pinocchio says “my nose will now grow”. (no Google allowed).

  65. April Goncalves says:

    Hi, I need help cracking this one, “I don’t know how many of me there are in heaven, but there are many on earth, and at least four in hell. What am I

  66. tefa says:

    Alice came across a lion and a unicorn in a forest. the lion lies every monday,tuesday, and Wednesday and the other days he speaks the truth while d unicorn lies on Thursdays, Friday and Saturday and the other days he speaks truth.
    lion: yesterday I was lying
    unicorn: me too
    which day was that?
    enjoy!!

  67. Emily says:

    Need help solving this riddle, its something like Be Simple with your answer, I am used at festive occasions my duties are crystal clear I can be crafty and am found in restaurants. Hint: fond of wood

  68. shazie says:

    I have a riddle but i dont know the answer , would u help me please
    Some have more than a hundred and others have non and it has many colours. what is it

  69. kibetararop says:

    Hello,some have 100,others have none.What’s the answer guys??

  70. Ellis says:

    Help solve this riddle, ”Some have more than a hundred,others have none?”

  71. CW says:

    I like to add same riddles that I found that you don’t have to your list with there answer too:),

    I have the heart of a lion, the head of a scholar, I may not have a nose you could say I’m in denial
    What am I.
    (The Sphinx)

    What is it that it’s always closed when you’re passing through it, but always opens when nothing does.
    (A railroad crossing)

    When a car drives around a curve, what is the one thing that is sure to lose.
    (The answer is Speed)

    A father frog croaks violently
    “Orbit-Orbit”
    A mother frog croaks beautifully
    “Ribbet-Ribbet”
    So how does baby frog croak?
    The answer is
    (it doesn’t because it’s a tadpole)

    What does tourists think that is hot and cool at the same time.
    The answer is
    (Hot Springs are really hot and tourists think they’re cool)

    If you look through his swing you can see my hands or at least my face.
    The answer is
    (A clock)

    It’s in a place with/were firefighters cannot win.
    The answer is
    (A volcano)

    It’s not a hat, but it keeps your head draw and if you wear it, that means you have already lost it.
    The answer is
    (a wig)

    Listen well: forever close yet opens wide to let the other come inside…. One is broken yet will be stronger as the spin grows ever longer!
    The answer is
    (a chain)

    What goes around but never moves from its place.
    The answer is
    (the fence)

    silently creeping towards his foes, growling and rumbling this enemy grows, twisted inside this fury will burn, often appeased but always returns.
    The answer is
    (hunger)

    When is the minotaurs owner is as, high as the elephant’s height/hide.
    The answer is
    (Corn (in other words a) Maze)

    I have billions of eyes, and yet I live in darkness, I have millions of ears, but yet I have four limbs/lobes. I have no muscles and yet I rule, two hemispheres, what am I.
    The answer
    (The human brain.)

    What’s strong enough to smash ships, but still fears the Sun?
    The answer is
    (Ice)

  72. brollins says:

    help me solve this riddle some have more than one hundred some have none…

  73. Teris mumia says:

    I have got this riddle that has disturb me for quite a while but i have not get an answear.

    Some have more than ahundred some have non?
    What is the answear of the riddle?

    Clues are we see it every morning and atsome point it has colours at some point it does not

  74. Winnie Maina says:

    Some have a hundred some have none what is it

  75. Munene Dennis says:

    Some have more than a hundred some have none. Who knows the answer to this riddle ?

  76. Victor says:

    Help with this riddle..you see it every morning some have 100 yet some have none,its very colourfull

  77. david says:

    Hi,please help me crack this riddle,”It has many colours,we see it every morning,some people have none,others have more than a hundred” thank you.

  78. Anthony says:

    some have more than a hundred.some hav none. clue has alot of colour

  79. Shem Ongudi Odwar says:

    Hii?Am Shem Ongudi Odwar,I hav a question about a certain riddle,, it’s SOME HAVE MORE THAN A HUNDRED WHILE SOME HAVE NONE AND WE SEE IT EVERY MORNING ??that’s the riddle,,If anyone might hav came across that riddle,kindly send me via my Email,,ongudishem@gmail.com

  80. richard says:

    please help me out on this. Some have more than hundred some has none. Who am i?

  81. richard says:

    help mi on this please. Some have mo than a hundred some has none

  82. Symo says:

    Grey hair. Its colourful at one point we all hAve it most probably shaffi is growing old we do see hair every morning

  83. Brian Lokalei says:

    Some have 100, some have none

  84. deee says:

    Riddle me this:Some have more than a hundred some have none
    clues: we see it every morning, it has many colours, we all have it at a point in life, the Potus elect has it
    please help

  85. Monique Laine says:

    Can I ask a riddle

  86. cee says:

    Hi..try this riddle
    some have it 100% others do not,we see it every morning and it’s colourfull…
    it’s not sunshine,money,hair,

  87. cee says:

    try this one
    some have it 100% others do not,we see it every morning and it’s colourful

  88. Stephen says:

    What good riddles these are?

  89. michael says:

    someone help me out with this one
    1. At one point we all have it.
    2. It has a lot of color
    3. We see it every morning
    4. Trump gat it
    please.email.me the answer mikeolu013@gmail.com

  90. edu says:

    Hello please help me out here ,
    Some have more than one hundred , others have none .hints. (think blue, its on you or around u on a daily , think high or low )

  91. Banzai says:

    What is old and new and the same time??

  92. irene says:

    lovely… help me out what’s new and old at the same time?

  93. irene says:

    help me out..what’s old and new at the same time?

    • Professor Verb says:

      That’s a piece of land. When you buy one, you say that you just bought a new piece of land. When someone asks the size, you may say 1 acre, 2 acres et cetera.

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  95. Sabrina says:

    Hi I would love to get a help to solve this riddle
    Its new and old at the same time?

  96. dreamer20 says:

    hello.help me with this one.
    I am new and old at the same time
    hint.think size

  97. Sammy says:

    I also have a question. What is old and new at the same time.
    Hint: Think about size.

  98. Sheila says:

    What is old and new at the same time?

  99. SIMLA ERASMUS says:

    What am I to the world? I never sleep. And when the world sleeps it still needs me to work

  100. Gracie says:

    Hey Arshad, I have a Riddle I’d like your help with…”It’s new and old at the same time.”

    Please help.

  101. pauline says:

    I need help with this riddle…am old and new at the same time,think of size

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