Riddle: Wednesday,Tom and Joe went to a restaurant and ate dinner. When they were done they paid and left. Tom and Joe didn't pay. Who did?
Answer: Wednesday. The name of the third person in the group, not the day.
Riddle: A man was found dead in his study. He was slumped over his desk and a gun was in his hand. There was a cassette recorder on his desk. When the police entered the room and pressed the play button on the tape recorder they heard: "I can't go on. I have nothing to live for." Then there was the sound of a gunshot. How did the detective immediately know that the man had been murdered and it wasn't a suicide?
Answer: The cassette had started at the beginning of the man's utterance. Someone else had to be there to rewind the tape.
A man was found dead in his study. He was slumped over his desk and a gun was in his hand. There was a cassette recorder on his desk. When the police entered the room and pressed the play button on the tape recorder they heard: "I can't go on. I have nothing to live for." Then there was the sound of a gunshot. How did the detective immediately know that the man had been murdered and it wasn't a suicide? Riddle Meme.
Riddle: A magician had a water glass that was filled to the top. Holding the glass above his head he let it drop to the carpet without spilling a single drop of water. How could he manage to drop the glass from a height of six feet and not spill any water?
Answer: The glass was filled, but not with water.
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).
Riddle: bcdfgh__?
Answer: J (this is a sequential list of consonants).
bcdfgh__? Riddle Meme.
Riddle: I only have two backbones and thousands of ribs. What am I?
Answer: A railroad.
Riddle: A wealthy man named Richard Ellis had been counting his money. When he finished, he accidentally left a $100.00 bill on his desk. But when he returned for it a short while later, it was gone. Only two other people could have seen the bill. One was the maid; the other was the butler. The maid told him that she had hidden it for safekeeping under a green book that was on the desk. But when they looked the bill was not there. The butler said he had found the bill where the maid had left it. He had placed it inside the book, where he thought there was less chance that somebody would find it. He had written down the page numbers so that he would not forget them. The bill was between pages 35 and 36, he said. But when they looked, there was no money in the book. After Mr. Ellis had talked to the maid and the butler, he called the police. He knew who had taken the money. Who was it, and how did he know?
Answer: The butler did it. Mr. Ellis knew the butler was lying because pages 35 and 36 in a book are always printed on opposite sides of the same piece of paper.
Riddle: Take eight small sticks, four of which are half the length of the other four. How can you make three equal squares out of the sticks?
Answer: Use the longer four sticks to be sharing sides between the squares and at the end their should be three intertwined squares.
Riddle: I have legs but walk not, a strong back but work not, two good arms but reach not, a seat but sit and tarry not. What am I?
Answer: An Armchair.
Riddle: I am cold to the touch but yet I burn if held. What am I?
Answer: I am dry ice. Dry ice is frozen, solid, carbon dioxide that freezes at −109.2F.  The extreme cold makes it dangerous to handle with bare skin.