Riddle Me This: A Collection of Riddles by Jesse

Q: What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment and never in a thousand years?

A: The letter ‘m’.

 

Explanation: the letter ‘m’ is a part of a thing called the alphabet that humans use to make words and sounds so they can yell at each other.


 

Qs:

Who is always in disguise?

What comes at the end when someone is sad?

What is the sound often made when searching for hard to find words?

What creature would you least want to kiss?

A: Spy-d-er

 

Explanation: A spider is a little creepy thing that bites people. Some humans keep them as pets.

 

 

Q: Why didn’t the dinosaur cross the road?

A: Because roads weren’t invented yet!

 

Explanation: Roads are flat bits of gravel that humans like to tie each other to so they can run each other over with their cars, lawn mowers and pet bees.

 

Q: What runs all the way around a cricket pitch but never moves?

A: The boundary line.

 

Explanation: Cricket is a game that humans play with each other where they hit something with something else.

Q: What is brown and sticky?

A: A stick.

 

Explanation: A stick is a long and thin thing that comes from a tree that humans use to battle with each other.

 

Q: Who can jump higher than a building?

A: It doesn’t even matter, does it? Because buildings can’t jump anyway!

 

Explanation: Jumping is when humans half fly (or at least in video games).

 

 

Q: It can be cracked, it can be made, it can be told, it can be played. What is it?

A: A joke.

 

Explanation: For an explanation of what a joke is, refer to the whole riddle book!