Riddle:

This is an abnormal paragraph. It is not normal at all. All of its writing is grammatically right, but it looks wrong. If you find what's wrong, you'll show your skill in sight. If you can't find it, that's alright. Not many found it instantly. You may look on for hours and hours, or you may find it soon. In any way, it isn't normal. Why?

This paragraph contains no words with "e" in it. This is abnormal as "e" is found most commonly.

Riddle:

What number do you get when you multiply all the numbers on a telephone's number pad?

0, anything multiplied by 0 will equal zero.

Riddle:

I am two words with thousands of letters in me. What am I?

I am a " post office " because thousands of letters are found in the post office.

Riddle:

I am the water of life, but seeing too much of me is never good. I am what binds families together, but I can be defied. What am I?

Blood.

Riddle:

What loses it's head in the morning, and gets it back at night?

A Pillow.

Riddle:

What is a mouse' favorite type of house?

Cottage cheese!

Riddle:

You must keep this thing, its loss will affect your brothers. For once yours is lost, it will soon be lost by others. What is it?

Riddle:

If there are fifteen crows on a fence and the farmer shoots a third of them, how many crows are left?

None. The rest of the crows flew away when they heard the gunshot.

Riddle:

A man bumps into his mathematician friend on the street that he hasn't seen in 5 years. The man asks the mathematician how old his children are. The mathematician, who always replies in riddles said, "I now have three children. The sum of their ages is equal to the number of windows on the building in front of you and the product of their ages equals 36." The friend then says "I need one more piece of information." The mathematician then replies "My youngest child has blue eyes." What are the ages of the mathematicians three children?

They are 6, 6, and 1.

Riddle:

When set loose I fly away, Never so cursed as when I go astray.

What am I?

A fart.