Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Not so easy riddles - Page 1

Violet, indigo, blue and green, yellow, orange and red; these are the colors you have seen after the storm has fled.
Answer: A rainbow

What is it that leaps and runs and has no feet?
Answer: A ball

What has black spots and a white face, is fat not thin, and helps you to win, but tumbles all over the place?
Answer: A Dice

What lies in bed, and stands in bed?/First white then red/The plumper it gets the better the old women like it?
Answer: A strawberry

Where can you find roads without cars, forests without trees and cities without houses?
Answer: On a map

Round as an apple, deep as a cup, and all the kings horses can't fill it up. What is it?
Answer: A well

Alive without breath, as cold as death; never thristy, ever drinking, all in mail, never clinking. What am I?
Answer: A fish

Crooked as a rainbow, slick as a plate; ten thousand horses can't pull it straight. What is it?
Answer: A river

What is put on a table, cut, but never eaten?
Answer: A deck of cards

I've hole through which fingers peep, I clash my teeth, but do not weep. What am I?
Answer: Scissors