Riddles are word-mysteries. They tease your brain, making you think, “I should know that answer--it’s right on the tip of my . . . oh!” Some riddles are based on a silly interpretation of the words in the question. Some riddles are based on intentional misdirection or the answers are a part of the question.
Look at this riddle: “What do you call a kitten drinking lemonade? Answer: A sourpuss.” Here is one that is a play on words: “What do you call a zipper on a banana? Answer: A fruit fly.” “What vehicle is spelled the same backwards and forwards? Answer: Racecar.”
Here’s a brain teaser: “There were two ducks in front of a duck and two ducks behind a duck, and one duck in the middle. How many ducks were there in total? Answer? Three.” Read our Bright Hub guides to learn more about fascinating riddles.
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