A riddle is a statement or question not having direct meaning, put forth as a puzzle to be solved. They can be fun to ask in group of friends or family at a dinner table. The trick is to let them squirm a little bit thinking of the possible answers before eventually letting them know the answer! When they finally hear the answer to the clever riddle, there will be a "Ah ha!" moment, which is generally a lot of fun.
Here we brought selected and handpicked funny riddles which can be asked specifically in groups to put everyone into thinking and laughing.
Can you count the number of seconds in a year?
Clue: You need to bother about calculation.
An American nightclub called 'The Coconut Grove' had a terrible fire in which over 400 people died. A simple design flaw in the building led to a high death toll. Subsequently, regulations were changed to ensure that all public buildings throughout the country eliminated this one detail, which proved deadly. What was it?
What is the word or phrase?
I can write cow in 13 letters.
Can You?
This is a simple one. You just have to count the number of Fs in the given sentence.
Finished Files are the result of years of scientific study combined with the experience of years.
How many did you count?
Pronounced as one letter,
And written with three,
Two letters there are,
And two only in me.
I am double, I am single,
I am black blue and grey,
I am read from both ends,
And the same either way.
A man had five children. He had $100 with him to give to his children. He decided to start with the youngest child and then give $2 more than each younger child to his next elder child.
For example, if he gives $x to the youngest child, he will give $(x+2) to the next one, $[(x+2) + 2] to the next one and so on.
Can you find out how much did the youngest one receive?
An ape is trying to climb on a pole that is 60 feet high. Due to the slippery surface, the ape climbs 3 feet in a minute only to slip back 2 feet.
How much time do you think the monkey will take to reach the top of the pole?
James bond was pushed out of an aeroplane without any parachute.
He survived, How come?
what's the probability of getting a king or a queen from a pack of 52 cards?
In the 1920s, people feared that crossword puzzles would contribute to illiteracy.