Best riddles

cleanfunnylogicshort

Pants pocket

How can a pants pocket be empty and still have something in it?
It can have a hole in it.
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logicmathshort

Number 45

Can you write number 45 using only the number 4?
44+44/44
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cleanlogicshort

Four daughters

Mr. Smith has 4 daughters. Each of his daughters has a brother. How many children does Mr. Smith have?
He has 5 children, all of the daughters have the same 1 brother.
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logicmathshort

Half of two plus two

Is half of two plus two equal to two or three?
Three. It seems that it could almost be either, but if you follow the mathematical orders of operation, division is performed before addition. So... half of two is one. Then add two, and the answer is three.
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logicmathshort

Subtract 5 from 25

How many times can you subtract 5 from 25?
Just once, because after you subtract anything from it, it's not 25 anymore.
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shortwhat am I

I’m tall when I’m young

I’m tall when I’m young, I’m short when I’m old, and every Halloween I stand up inside Jack O Lanterns. What am I?
A candle.
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45 votes

logic

Zen Master

A new student met the Zen Master after traveling hundreds of miles by yak cart. He was understandably pleased with himself for being selected to learn at the great master's feet . The first time they formally met, the Zen Master asked, "May I ask you a simple question?" "It would be an honor!" replied the student. "Which is greater, that which has no beginning or that which has no end?" queried the Zen Master. "Come back when you have the answer and can explain why." After the student made many frustrated trips back with answers which the master quickly cast off with a disapproving negative nod, the Zen Master finally said, "Perhaps I should ask you another question?" "Oh, please do!" pleaded the exasperated student. The Zen Master then asked, "Since you do not know that, answer this much simpler riddle. When can a pebble hold back the sea?" Again the student was rebuffed time and again. Several more questions followed with the same result. Each time, the student could not find the correct answer. Finally, completely exasperated, the student began to weep, "Master, I am a complete idiot. I can not solve even the simplest riddle from you!" Suddenly, the student stopped, sat down, and said, "I am ready for my second lesson." What was the Zen Master's first lesson?
The student's first lesson was that in order to learn from the Zen Master, the student should be asking the questions and not the Zen Master.
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funnyshort

The horse jumps over the king

The horse jumps over the king. Strangely there is absolutely no scratch on him. Can you explain, how is it possible?
Horse And King are chess piece and the above action is a part of a chess game.
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