# Best riddles

## Taller than trees

What has roots as nobody sees, Is taller than trees, Up, up it goes And yet never grows?
A mountain.
68.53 %

## I take what you receive

I take what you receive and surrender it all by waving my flag. What am I?
A mailbox.
68.49 %

## Goes up and doesn’t come back

What goes up and doesn’t come back down?
68.44 %
funny

## Moths in school

What do moths study in school?
Mothematics.
68.42 %

## I eat bugs and little fish

My skin is green and slippery. I have four legs and webbed feet. I eat bugs and little fish. I can swim under water and hop on land. I am a...
Frog.
68.42 %

## Farmer Brown

Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town?
Easy, three melons.
68.42 %

## Poke your fingers in my eyes

Poke your fingers in my eyes and I will open wide my jaws. Linen cloth, quills, or paper, I will devour them all. What am I?
Scissors.
68.41 %

## Three daughters

Sam has got three daughters. The eldest daughter is the most honest girl in the universe and she always speaks truth. The middle daughter is a modest woman. She speaks truth and lies according to the situations. The youngest one never speaks truth. Not a single word she spoke was true and would never be true. Sam brought a marriage proposal for one of his girls. It was John. John wanted to marry either the eldest or the youngest daughter of Sam as he can easily identify whether the girl speaks truth or lie! John told his desire to Sam. However, Sam laid a condition. He told John that he will not say who the eldest, middle or youngest one is. Also, he allowed John to ask only one question to identify the eldest or youngest so he can marry one. John asked one question and found the right girl. What was the question and whom should he pick?
The question he asked is, 'Is she older than her?' He asks this question to one of the daughters. If he asked this question to older daughter pointing at other two, he probably would know the youngest one! NO matter, she always speaks truth. If he asked the question to middle one, probably he can choose either. If he asked the youngest one, she always lies and he can find eldest one. No matter, he has to choose the youngest one based on the answer.
68.38 %
what am I

## Nature math

A name of an animal minus the first three letters plus a flat piece of wood. What am I ?
(MON) KEY + board= Keyboard
68.38 %