Riddle: Three point one four, one five nine two six five, three five eight nine... What am I?
Answer: Pi - π.
Riddle: I am food that some people hate. Add an "L" to the middle and flip me over I turns into a city. What am I?
Answer: Salad.
Riddle: You are walking in the woods and spot a cabin. You go inside and there are 2 dead bodies. How did they die?
Answer: It was the cabin of a plane that crashed.
Riddle: Why is it so cold on Christmas?
Answer: Because it's in Decembrrr!
Riddle: What's the difference between a Teacher and a Train?
Answer: The Teacher says "Spit out your gum!" And the train says "Chew, Chew, Chew!"
Riddle: Little William Dilly, a five-year-old kindergarten student, approached his mother after school one day and related the following story: "Today in school I saw a man eating lion! Then I saw a man eating tiger! Then I saw a man eating panther!" "That’s nice," his mother replied, only half listening to him. William continued; "And then I saw a man eating camel and a man eating zebra, and a man eating sheep!" This caught his mother’s attention. "Did your class go to the zoo today? I sent no permission slip; or is your wild imagination exposing itself again --- because there are no camels, zebras, or sheep that eat people," his mother replied. "Honest, mom! I really did see everything I just told you!" Indeed, young William had seen everything he had reported to his mother. How could it be possible for William to have actually seen all he claimed to see?
Answer: Little William’s kindergarten teacher was a man who enjoyed having fun with his students. At lunchtime that day, he took out a box of animal crackers, and holding up one animal at a time he would announce to the class, “You are now seeing a man eating lion, or a man eating sheep,” etc., and then proceed to eat each cracker, much to the children’s amusement. Little William was just reporting what he had seen his teacher doing and saying that day.
Riddle: I can open that which has no knob, key, handle or door. What am I?
Answer: A can opener.
Riddle: I can be small as a mouse or as big as a whale, But no matter how big, I'm no burden to scales. You can fight me for practice, but you'll never win. I follow bright people, but I'm always dim. If you're needing a partner, I'm as keen to dance. But I know no move that doesn't copy your stance. What am I?
Answer: A shadow.
Riddle: How did the handless man pick his nose?
Answer: He didn't. He was born with it.
Riddle: Sometimes I shine, sometimes I’m dull, sometimes I am big, and sometimes I am small. I can be pointy, I can be curved, and don't ask me questions because even though I'm sharp, I’m not smart enough to answer you. What am I?
Answer: A knife.