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.
Riddle: When you buy me I am costly, but the only use I have is just hanging. What am I?
Answer: Earrings.
Riddle: Often held but never touched, always wet but never rusts, often bites but seldom bit, to use me well you must have wit. What am I?
Answer: Your tongue.
Riddle: Rock and roll, rock and roll. What rocks but does not roll?
Answer: A Rocking chair
Riddle: The cost of making only the maker knows, Valueless if bought, but sometimes traded. A poor man may give one as easily as a king. When one is broken pain and deceit are assured. What is it?
Answer: Promise.
Riddle: What can be driven although it doesn't have wheels, sliced but stays whole?
Answer: A golf Ball
Riddle: Two men were playing tennis. They played five sets and each man won three sets. How can this be possible?
Answer: The two men were partners playing doubles.
Riddle: Why did the squirrel lay only its back on the river?
Answer: To keep its "nuts" dry.
Riddle: Shoot at me a thousand times and I may still survive; one scratch from me and you will find your prospects take a dive. What am I?
Answer: An Eightball.
Riddle: What is both possible and impossible at the same time?
Answer: Impossibility.