Funny Easy Riddles for Everyone With Answers

Funny Easy Riddles for Everyone (With Answers)

Here are some Funny and Easy Riddles for Everyone with Answers to puzzle your friends and family. Puzzle them with these Funny and Easy Riddles for Everyone and check if they can answer them correctly. We hope that these riddles will make your day.

Funny Eeasy Riddles

Riddle: It is not in your tummy but somewhere above. It is thought by many to be the symbol of love. What am I?

Answer: The heart.

Riddle: A peacock lays an egg on a fence between two houses. Who owns the egg?

Answer: Peacocks don’t lay eggs, only peahens do.

Riddle: What gets bigger the more you take away?

Answer: A-hole. 

Riddle: What has four fingers and a thumb, but isn’t alive?

Answer: A glove.

Riddle: What gets wet when drying?

Answer: A towel.

Riddle: What two words, added together, contain the most letters?

Answer: Post office.

Riddle: I know a word of letters three, add two, and less there will be.

Answer: Few.

Riddle: What belongs to you, but other people use it more than you?

Answer: Your name!

Riddle: What is the best way to keep a skunk from smelling?

Answer: Hold its nose.

Riddle: It has keys, but no locks. It has space, but no room. You can enter, but can’t go inside. What is it?

Answer: A keyboard.

Riddle: How do you spell hard water with three letters?

Answer: “Ice”

Riddle: What is at the end of a rainbow?

Answer: “W”

Riddle: I stay in the corner, and yet I travel all around the world. What am I?

Answer: A stamp.

Riddle: What can you catch but never throw?

Answer: A cold.

Riddle: What runs around the whole yard without moving?

Answer: A fence.

Riddle: What has a head and a tail, but nobody?

Answer: A coin. 

Riddle: What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?

Answer: The letter M. 

Riddle: Where will the cat be when the lights go out?

Answer: In the dark.

Riddle: What’s the best thing to put into a pie?

Answer: Your teeth!

Riddle: One train leaves the station at 11. Another train also leaves at 11 and is traveling in the opposite direction on the same tracks. The trains do not collide. How is this possible?

Answer: One leaves in the AM and the other leaves in the PM.

Riddle: A truck driver is going opposite traffic on a one-way street. A police officer sees him but doesn’t stop him. Why didn’t the police officer stop him?

Answer: He is walking.

Riddle: A man in a car saw a Golden Door, Silver Door, and a Bronze Door. What door did he open first?

Answer: The car door.

Riddle: There’s a pink man in a one-story pink house. Everything in the house is pink. What color are the stairs?

Answer: There are no stairs, it’s a one-story house.

Riddle: Can you drop a full glass and spill no water?

Answer: Yes, when the glass is full of milk.

Riddle: Two coins add up to 30 cents. One isn’t a nickel. What are they?

Answer: A quarter and a nickel. 

Riddle: The rich people want me, the poor people have me, and if you eat me, you die. What am I?

Answer: Nothing.

Riddle: There is a pink house made of bricks, a blue house made of bricks, an orange house made of bricks. What color bricks is a greenhouse made of? 

Answer: A greenhouse is made of glass or plastic, not bricks.

Riddle: When should you give elephant milk to a baby?

Answer: When the baby is an elephant.

Riddle: I shave every day, but my beard stays the same. Who am I?

Answer: A barber.

Riddle: What always ends everything?

Answer: The letter G.

Riddle: Three doctors said Robert is their brother. Robert says he has no brothers. Who is lying?

Answer: The doctors are Robert’s sisters.

Riddle: This riddle is about a room, but it won’t really make you think. It’s the one with a dishwasher, a fridge-freezer, oven, and sink. What am I? 

Answer: A kitchen! 

Riddle: If you took two apples from three apples, how many apples would you have?

Answer: Two.

Riddle: What kind of tree can you carry in your hand?

Answer: A palm tree.

Riddle: A monkey, a squirrel, and a bird are racing to the top of a coconut tree. Who will get the banana first: the monkey, the squirrel, or the bird? 

Answer: None of them, because you can’t get a banana from a coconut tree! 

Riddle: What do you answer even though it never asks you questions?

Answer: A phone.

Riddle: What is black, white, and red all over?

Answer: A newspaper.

Riddle: I have cities, but no houses. And I have forests, but no trees. I have water but no fish. What am I?

Answer: A map.

Riddle: What is the last thing you take off before going to bed?

Answer: Your feet from the bed.

Riddle: What begins with an ‘E’ and ends with an ‘E’ but only has one letter?

Answer: An envelope.

Riddle: How many bricks does it take to complete a building made from bricks?

Answer: One – the last brick.

Riddle: What bird can lift the most?

Answer: A crane.

Riddle: A boy fell off a 100-foot ladder. But he did not get hurt. Why not?

Answer: He was only on the first step.

Riddle: If you feed me, I live. If you water me, I die. What am I?

Answer: Fire.

Riddle: What is full of holes but still holds water?

Answer: A sponge.

Riddle: Which word becomes shorter when you add 2 letters to it?

Answer: The word “short.”

Riddle: There’s only one word in the dictionary that’s spelled wrong. What is it?

Answer: The word “wrong.”

Riddle: What can be measured but not seen?

Answer: Time.

Riddle: What has to be broken before you can use it?

Answer: An egg.

Riddle: What is full of holes but still holds water?

Answer: A sponge.

Riddel: What question can you never answer yes to?

Answer: Are you asleep yet?

Riddle: A man who was outside in the rain without an umbrella or hat didn’t get a single hair on his head wet. Why?

Answer: He was bald.

Keeping your brain fit and active is as important as your body. Puzzles and riddles are the best things for your brain’s health. There are many types of puzzles to test your problem-solving and critical thinking ability.

The most important thing you’ve to keep in mind is that a puzzle could have more than one correct answer. If you think our answer is incorrect or needs any modification, please feel free to inform us in the comment section below. We are eagerly waiting for your kind feedback, comments, and suggestions.

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Qasim Kazmi

Qasim Kazmi is an author and content manager at Puzzleness.

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