10 Challenging Riddles!
Give your brain a work out with
these difficult riddles.
Our tip - Think outside the box!
1. A man buys a used car.
He finds a beautiful Buick for $9,500,
but he buys it without paying a dime.
How does he buy it?
2. If you have two twins,
three triplets and four quadruplets,
how many people do you have?
3. What is the coolest letter
in the alphabet?
4. A truck driver is going opposite of
the traffic on a one-way street.
A police officer sees him but doesn't
stop him. Why doesn't the police officer
5. A woman from New York married
ten different men from that city,
yet she did not break any laws.
None of these men died, and she never
divorced. How was this possible?
6. What work can one never finish?
7. A man who lives on the tenth floor
takes the elevator down to the first floor
every morning and goes to work.
In the evening, when he comes back,
on a rainy day, or if there are other
people in the elevator, he goes to
his floor directly.
Otherwise, he goes to the seventh floor and
walks up three flights of stairs to
8. A man is pushed out of an airplane,
without a parachute.
How was he able to survive?
9. Lives without a body, hears without ears,
speaks without a mouth, to which
the air alone gives birth.
What is it?
10. Which creature walks on four legs
in the morning, two legs in the afternoon,
and three legs in the evening?
Ans.1- If he is paying $9500,
he won't need any dimes.
Ans.2 - 9. Two twins are 2 people,
three triplets are 3 people, and four
quadruplets are 4 people. 2 + 3 + 4= 9.
Ans.3 - 'B' because it is always surrounded by AC.
Ans.4 - He was walking.
Ans.5 - The lady was a Justice of the Peace.
Ans.6 - An autobiography.
Ans.7 - The man is short of stature.
He can't reach the upper elevator buttons,
but he can push on it with his umbrella
on a rainy day.
Ans.8 - The airplane was on the runway.
Ans.9 - An echo.
Ans.10 -Man. He crawls on all fours as
a baby, then walks on two feet as an
adult, and then walks with a cane as an old man.
What's Your Riddler Rank?
0: Back to riddle school with you!
Next time, try and think a bit more
outside the box, we know you can do it!
1-3: You're a novice riddler,
who still misses most but is starting to
grasp the basics of riddling.
4-6: You're a riddler in the making,
no doubt about it!
Your ability to think outside the conventional
answers is quite impressive, good for you!
7-10: Are you some kind of super riddler?
How did you DO that??
We take our respective hats off
before your mighty riddling powers, and
can only hope you can teach us your clever,