Riddle: I can slash but I have no knife, I can dash but I have no legs, I can pound but I have no hammer, I can star but I have no stage. What am I?
Answer: A Keyboard.
Riddle: A man goes out drinking every night, returning to his home in the wee hours of every morning. No matter how much he drinks, he never gets a hangover. This drink is very well known, but is rarely consumed, served warm and taken straight from its source. The man is a sucker for a free drink, especially since he can't live without it. What is his favorite drink?
Answer: Blood, he's a vampire!
Riddle: Which clock works best, the one that loses a minute a day, or the one that doesn't work at all?
Answer: The one that doesn't work is best. It will always be correct twice a day, but the one that loses a minute a day will not be correct again for 720 days (losing 720 minutes or 12 hours).
Classic Riddles
Riddle: 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. What am I?
Answer: Your shadow.
Riddle: What is so fragile that when you say its name you break it?
Answer: Silence.
Classic Riddles
Riddle: A man rides into town on Friday. He stays two nights. How does he leave on Tuesday?
Answer: His horse was called Friday.
Riddle: In spring I am gay in handsome array; in summer more clothing I wear; when colder it grows I fling off my clothes; and in winter quite naked appear. What am I?
Answer: A Tree.
Classic Riddles
Riddle: 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?
Answer: Nothing.
Riddle: What is Greater than God, worse than evil, the poor have it, the rich require it and if you eat it you die?
Answer: Nothing. Nothing is better than God. Nothing is worse than evil. The poor have nothing. The rich don't have anything they have everything. If you eat nothing you die.
Riddle: I have many teeth and sometimes they're fine, First I'm by your head, then I'm down your spine. What am I?
Answer: A Comb.
Riddle: What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?
Answer: A river.
Riddle: A big person and a small person are going to fish. The big person is not the small person's father but the small person is the big person's son. What is the relationship between the two?
Answer: The big person is the small person's mother.
Riddle: You go in me for brushing, For flushing, For rushing; But please go in me one at a time, Or someone might be blushing. What am I?
Answer: A bathroom.
Riddle: There are 3 apples for 2 sons and 2 fathers to eat. Each of them get their own apple. How is it numerically possible?
Answer: They are one son, one father and one grandfather.
Riddle: What goes up and never comes down?
Answer: Your Age.
Riddle: When I am filled I can point the way, When I am empty nothing moves me, I have two skins, one without and one within. What am I?
Answer: I am a glove.
Riddle: I am always hungry, I must always be fed, The finger I touch will soon turn red. What am I?
Answer: I am fire.
Riddle: Metal or bone I may be, many teeth I have and always bared, yet my bite harms no one, and ladies delight in my touch. What am I?
Answer: A comb.
Riddle: Sometimes I move fast, Sometimes I move slow; But my speed is truly constant, And nowhere I go. What am I?
Answer: Time.
Riddle: My voice rises above the din, sometimes catching all unaware. I never ask questions, yet get many answers. What am I?
Answer: A doorbell.