Riddles With Answers

Mystifying, misleading, and puzzling questions posed as problems to be solved or guessed.

Riddles With Answers

The edge of earth and bread.

The line a runner strives to reach.

The signature stroll of ducks and penguins.

These animals hang out in the mist.

Tear one off and scratch my head. What once was red is now black instead.

Tall in the morning, short at noon, gone at night.

Take one royal word in the plural And make it singular By adding one letter.

Take off my skin – I won't cry, but you will! What am I?

Taes Driver






Straw straw straw straw


step pets


St. Louis

Squeeze it and it cries tears As red as its flesh, But its heart is made of stone.




soon soon

Sometimes you'll find me hard and cold, other times I'm hard to hold, always present in the air, if I'm ever gone, beware.

Sometimes you feel it weigh a ton. Yet it is nothing, but somehow still there. Makes you uncomfortable around anyone, But speak its name and it's gone.

Sometimes it glitters, but often not; May be cold, or may be hot! Ever changing though the eye can't measure, concealed within are many treasures. Some find safety beneath its gate, while some may die beneath its weight! Old and broken, it brings forth life.

Sometimes black, sometimes white, I have veins but no blood.

Something we eat, and misspell as meet.

Something everybody tends to overlook, no matter how careful they are.