Riddle: You're running a race and pass the person in 2nd place. What place are you in now?
Answer: You’re in second place. You didn’t pass the person in first.
Riddle: What do you get when you cross a snowman and a vampire?
Answer: Frost-Bite.
Riddle: What can be seen in the middle of the months 'April' and 'March', that cannot be seen in the beginning or end of either month?
Answer: The letter "r".
Riddle: I have a mouth, I do not talk, I always run, I never walk. What am I?
Answer: A river.
Riddle: What do you first caress with light then caress with sound?
Answer: The Living Room.
Riddle: What happens when a cat meets with a tragic accident?
Answer: A cat-astrophy !
Riddle: To solve this puzzle riddle you can only move one match to make a square. Which match do you need to move to make a square? Move One Match To Make A Square Puzzle Riddle
Answer: Move the bottom match just down far enough to make a square using the bases of each map as the sides of the square. Move One Match To Make A Square Puzzle Riddle Solution Answer
Riddle: This sentence is frequently asked of small children. Each word in the sentence can be replaced by a letter. What is the sentence?
Answer: R U O K?
Riddle: Sally Johnson called 911 when she first noticed Theodore was missing, but the operator told her there was nothing the police could do until Theodore was missing for at least 24 hours. The 911 operator told Miss Johnson that Theodore would probably be found because, based on the description Sally had given of Theodore, the operator felt Theodore was not the type to run away from home. However, Miss Johnson wasn't willing to wait that long, so she sent her German shepherd dog out to look for him, after she had first let the dog have a sniff of the tiny sweater she had dressed Theodore in earlier that day. However, when the dog returned without Theodore, Sally considered calling the F.B.I., as she started thinking little Theodore might have been kidnapped. No ransom note or telephone call was received by Miss Johnson that day, however, so Sally began to systematically search her house. After frantically searching, Miss Johnson finally found Theodore in her basement --- in the washing machine --- still wet, after apparently having gone through a complete washing cycle! Why was the 911 operator so cavalier about the missing Theodore? Should D.C.F.S. be notified to investigate? Where was the adult supervision; or is there a simpler explanation for these events?
Answer: Miss Sally Johnson was a seven-year-old child who watched a lot of T.V (especially police and detective shows), and had a vivid imagination. When she lost her teddy bear (Theodore), she never considered the possibility her mother had put him in the washing machine for a much-needed cleaning, as it had become soiled from Sally’s frequent use.
Riddle: What did one toilet say to the other?
Answer: You look a bit flushed.