# Garvey520

Riddle Count: 20
Riddle: You can drop me from the highest building and I'll be fine. But drop me in water and I will die. What am I?
Riddle: I belong to you, but others use me more. What am I?
Riddle: A Lady was found dead in a park. There was a note on the lady, it read: 1491011. The suspects were Jason, Miranda, Sal, and Timmy. The police knew who it was right away. Who was it?
Answer: Jason. 1= January 4= April 9= September 10= October 11= November. The First Letter Of Each Month Ends Up Spelling Jason.
Riddle: I have a head, but I can't see or hear. I also have a tail, except no legs. I always have a date. What am I?
Answer: A penny. (Heads and Tails. And Every Penny Has A Date On It.)
Riddle: You are a prisoner in a room. There are two doors in this room. One leads to freedom, one leads to death. Each door is guarded by a guard. One always lies, one always tells the truth. You don't know which is which. What single question can you ask to find the door to freedom?
Answer: "If I were to ask the other guard which door leads to freedom, what would he say?" Then you choose the opposite one. Because if you ask the one that tells the truth, he would say the one that leads to death. The lying one will also say the one that leads to death, because he lies.
Riddle: 3 doctors said that Bill was their brother. Bill said he had no brothers. Who is lying?
Answer: No-One. The doctors are Bill's sisters.
Riddle: What fruit can have the first letter taken away from it and become a crime. Remove the first and last letter and it will become a type of music. Remove the first two letters and it will become an animal. What word is it?
Answer: Grape, Rape, Rap, Ape. Pretty Cool, Right?
Riddle: Two fathers and two sons went to the bakery. They looked around to see what to get. Everyone got a pie. They paid for them and left. They left with three pies. How is this possible?
Answer: One of the men is a grandfather (father to other father) One is a father and one is a boy. (both sons and one father)
Riddle: We let apples in, but no bananas. We let pillows in, but no blankets. We let books in, but no libraries. We let school in, but no work. We let parrots in, but no birds. What is the rule of the Green Glass Door?