Riddle: I can't be bought, but I can be stolen with a glance. I'm worthless to one, but priceless to two. What am I?
Riddle: What weighs more, a pound of feathers or a pound of stones?
Answer: The same. They both weigh a pound!
Riddle: If there are four sheep, two dogs, and one herds-men, how many feet are there?
Answer: Two. Sheep have hooves; dogs have paws; only people have feet.
Riddle: Five apples are in a basket. How do you divide them among five girls so that each girl gets an apple, but one apple remains in the basket?
Riddle: Why do mummies like Christmas so much?
Answer: Because of all the wrapping.
Riddle: A logician with some time to kill in a small town decided to get a haircut. The town had only two barbers, each with his own shop. The logician glanced into one shop and saw that it was extremely untidy. The barber needed a shave, his clothes were unkempt, and his hair was badly cut. The other shop was extremely neat. The barber was freshly shaved and spotlessly dressed, his hair neatly trimmed. Why did the logician return to the first shop for his haircut?
Answer: Each barber must have cut the other's hair. The logician picked the barber who had given his rival the better haircut.
Riddle: Railroad Crossing, look out for the cars. Can you spell that, without any R's?
Riddle: Why was the picture sent to jail?
Riddle: I'm white, and used for cutting and grinding. When I'm damaged, humans usually remove me or fill me. For most animals I am a useful tool. What am I?
Riddle: You use a knife to slice my head and weep beside me when I am dead. What am I?
Riddle: What type of music do rabbits listen to?
Riddle: If you drop me, I'm sure to crack. Give me a smile, and I'll always smile back. What am I?
Riddle: What did the tree wear to the pool?
Riddle: You can carry it everywhere you go, and it does not get heavy. What is it?