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35 Funny Riddles with Answers

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Questions or statements that offer a puzzle to be solved are known as Riddles. Critical thinking is often involved in this, and the reader’s part is to figure out the answer, which offers challenging entertainment and fun.


Below are 35 funny riddles, followed by their answers in the end.

Funny Riddles

  1. What kind of room has no doors or windows?
  2. What do Alexander The Great and Winnie The Pooh have in common?
  3. What does a house wear?
  4. I’m a murderer, full of fibre. Who I’m?
  5. I travel all around the world but never leave the corner. What am I?
  6. I have a neck but no head, and I wear a cap. What am I?
  7. What can make the octopus laugh?
  8. I have a face and two hands but no arms or legs. What am I?
  9. I give milk and I have a horn, but I’m not a cow. What am I?
  10. Where would you take a sick boat?
  11. What starts with M, ends with X, and has a never-ending amount of letters?
  12. Why did the skeleton not go to the party?
  13. I get wetter, the more I dry. What am I?
  14. I’m a word in the dictionary which is always spelt incorrectly. What am I?
  15. I spend all the time on the floor but never get dirty. What am I?
  16. I go up and down but never move. What am I?
  17. I start with an E, end with an E and only have one letter in me. What am I?
  18. I’m the world’s laziest mountain in the world. Who am I?
  19. I’m a fruit, a person and a bird. Who am I?
  20. I’m orange and sound like a parrot. What am I?
  21. I work when I play and play when I work. Who am I?
  22. What is it that given one, you’ll have either two or none?
  23. What type of music do rabbits listen to?
  24. You cannot keep this until you have given it. What is it?
  25. What can you give a man with no hair that he will never part with?
  26. What is red and smells like blue paint?
  27. What is so unbelievably fragile that just speaking its name will break it?
  28. What has four wheels and flies?
  29. What can you give a man with no hair that he will never part with?
  30. ​What starts with a T, ends with a T and is full of T?
  31. What has loads of keys, but can’t open a door?
  32. I’m always in front of you but I can’t be seen. What I am?
  33. I shave every day, but my beard stays the same. What am I?
  34. I’m an invention that lets you look right through a wall. What am I?
  35. If you’ve got me, you want to share me; if you share me, you haven’t kept me. What am I?


  1. A mushroom.
  2. Same middle name.
  3. Ad-dress.
  4. A cereal killer.
  5. A stamp.
  6. A bottle.
  7. Ten tickles (tentacles)
  8. A clock.
  9. A milk truck.
  10. To the doc. (Dock-yard)
  11. A mailbox
  12. Because he had no body to go with.
  13. A towel.
  14. Incorrectly.
  15. Your Shadow.
  16. The stairs.
  17. An envelope
  18. Mt. Ever Rest (Everest)
  19. A kiwi
  20. A carrot
  21. A musician.
  22. A choice
  23. Hip Hop
  24. A promise
  25. A comb
  26. Red paint.
  27. Silence.
  28. Garbage truck.
  29. A comb.
  30. A Teapot.
  31. A piano
  32. Future
  33. A barber
  34. A window
  35. A Secret

Benefits of Riddles

  • Riddles are funny and often make us laugh out loud, which relaxes the brain and body, helps us release stress, and encourages positive mental health.
  • Riddles help to develop problem-solving, logic and critical thinking skills. Solving riddles improves our concentration, focus and brain dexterity.
  • Riddles can be a wonderful challenge which helps to motivate children to continue working.
  • Riddles improve comprehension and creativity among children and adults. We are likely to learn new words and new ways to use them, subliminally learning rhythm and rhyming.
  • Riddles help us to bond with each other, when we’re working out riddles together we become a team on a giant quest.

Last Updated : 13 Oct, 2023
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