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  1. Nov 27, 2010 · Riddle #4. It's red, blue, purple and green. No one can reach it, not even the queen. Riddle #5. I am the beginning of the end, and the end of time and space. I am essential to creation, and I surround every place. Riddle #6. The one who makes it always sells it. The one who buys it never uses it.

  2. Riddles for kids are a great way to practice communication skills. They are a bit more complex than jokes but are less complicated than analogies. Examples of simple riddles for kids (and their solutions) include: Three eyes have I, all in a row; when the red one opens, all freeze like the snow. (Answer: Traffic light)

    • Hard Short Riddles. 1)How is the moon like a dollar. 2)Why is the letter I like Delhi? 3)What is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.
    • What Am I Riddle. A word I know, Six letters it contains, Subtract just one, And twelve is what remains. View Answer Discuss. Dozens.
    • Funny Logic Riddle. A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together.
    • Lateral Thinking Question. A boy and his father are caught in a traffic accident, and the father dies. Immediately the boy is rushed to a hospital, suffering from injuries.
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    • Laura Feiveson
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    • The King’s Orders Make for One Hell of a Brain Teaser. Difficulty: Easy. King Nupe of the kingdom Catan dotes on his two daughters so much that he decides the kingdom would be better off with more girls than boys, and he makes the following decree: All child-bearing couples must continue to bear children until they have a daughter!
    • How Many Eggs Does This Hen Lay? Difficulty: Easy. This problem is in honor of my dad, Harold Feiveson. It’s due to him that I love math puzzles, and this is one of the first problems (of many) that he gave me when I was growing up.
    • The Gold Chain Math Problem Is Deceptively Simple. Difficulty: Moderate. You’re rummaging around your great grandmother’s attic when you find five short chains each made of four gold links.
    • Try to Solve This Pickleball Puzzle. Difficulty: 🚨HARD🚨 Kenny, Abby, and Ned got together for a round-robin pickleball tournament, where, as usual, the winner stays on after each game to play the person who sat out that game.
    • Easy Riddles 1. Riddle: What has to be broken before you can use it? Answer: An egg 2. Riddle: I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?
    • Riddles for Kids. 20. Riddle: David’s parents have three sons: Snap, Crackle, and what’s the name of the third son? Answer: David. 21. Riddle: I follow you all the time and copy your every move, but you can’t touch me or catch me.
    • Funny Riddles. 35. Riddle: What has lots of eyes, but can’t see? Answer: A potato. 36. Riddle: What has one eye, but can’t see? Answer: A needle. 37. Riddle: What has many needles, but doesn’t sew?
    • Math Riddles. 58. Riddle: I am an odd number. Take away a letter and I become even. What number am I? Answer: Seven. 59. Riddle: If two’s company, and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?
  4. Riddles from the first known civilization to ancient greeks, from folk tales to fantasy novels, from heroic sagas to movie characters — these are some of the most famous riddles from literature and culture. 15. There is a house. A person enters this house blind but exits it seeing. What is it? 16.

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