Brain Teasers and Riddles

Brain Teasers and Riddles

They make you think, they make you laugh, they make you wonder, and they make you ponder. Yes, they are the puzzling riddles! Here are a few that will tease you, tickle you and make you think real hard for some of the simplest of answers!
Calculators and computers discourage our ability to think, leading the brain to sit idle and be the infamous devil's workshop. Forget your boredom, and put your mind to a constructive use to solve some of these brain teasers which are loads of fun, once you get down to solving them. Those long drives with friends that get boring will definitely take an interesting turn with the funniest answers that these riddles would make them think of. From general knowledge questions for adults to riddles for kids, you would have enough brain work to do. Let's see the toughest questions that have the simplest answers.
Best Riddles and Brain Teasers

Q1. What are two things you cannot have for breakfast?

Q2. What is broken every time it's spoken?

Q3. What English word retains the same pronunciation, even after you take away four of its five letters?

Q4. If there are three cups of sugar and you take one away, how many do you have?

Q5. How many letters are in the alphabet?

Q6. Take away the whole and some still remains. What is it?

Q7. What English word has three consecutive double letters?

Q8. If I give you a group of three, one who is sitting down and will never get up. The second, who eats as much as is given to him, yet is always hungry. The third, who goes away and never returns. What are we?

Q9. If you break me
I do not stop working,
If you touch me
I may be snared,
If you lose me
Nothing will matter. Who am I?


Q10. What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?

Q11. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

Q12. Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain on Earth?

Q13. While some months have just 30 days, others have 31 days. How many months have 28 days?

Q14. What has a mouth but can't chew?

Q15. How could a cowboy ride into town on Friday, stay two days, and ride out on Friday?

Q16. When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer?

Q17. The more you take, the more you leave behind.

Q18. What did the fish say when he ran into a concrete wall?

Q19. What starts with a T, ends with a T, and has T in it?

Q20. You saw me where I never was and where I could not be. And yet within that very place, my face you often see. What am I?

Q21. Forward I'm heavy, but backwards I'm not. What am I?

Q22. What question can you never honestly answer yes to?

Q23. Feed me and I live, give me drink and I die. What am I?

Q24. What are the next two letters in this series? J F M A M J J A S O

Q25. A man is born in 1946 and dies in 1947, yet he was 86 years old. How is that possible?

Q26. What is as big as an elephant but weighs nothing at all?

Q27. I go through towns and hills but I never move. Who am I?

Q28. How do you double your money in the easiest and fastest way?

Q29. Who has four eyes but can never see?

Q30. Who has hands but cannot clap?
What seemed like easy questions to answer, made you think the most. These brain-racking riddles add fun to social gatherings and friendly meetings. Riddles keep you engaged for hours and make you think of permutations and combinations of possible answers. Solving riddles, puzzles, and brain teasers accelerate your thinking ability and boost your memory and reasoning skills. The cumulative effect of this is seen through a sharp intellect and great logical reasoning. Just as your body requires exercise and a healthy diet for building strength and vitality, the gray cells too need some charging from time to time.
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