# Best easy riddles

## Money

If money really did grow on trees, what would be everyone’s favorite season?
Fall.
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## Isn't a cat

What has a head like a cat, feet like a cat, a tail like a cat, but isn't a cat?
A kitten.
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## Grandma put wheels on her rocking chair

Why did the grandma put wheels on her rocking chair?
Because she likes to rock and roll.
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## Silver in my track

If a man carried my burden He would break his back. I am not rich, but leave silver in my track.
Snail.
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funny

## Bucket of water

Jack throws a bucket of water from his balcony! Why?
He wants to see waterfall.
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## I can swim or walk for miles

I can swim or walk for miles. I’m big with thick, white hair. I live up in the Arctic. What I am?
Polar bear.
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## Boat with a ladder attached to it

There is a boat with a ladder attached to it, the ladder is eight feet tall. If the water rises four feet how much of the ladder will be on top of the water?
Eight feet, the ladder is attached to the boat.
73.58 %

## A fly in between trains

Two trains are traveling toward each other on the same track, each at 60 miles per hour. When they are exactly 120 miles apart, a fly takes off from the front of one of the trains, flying toward the other train at a constant rate of 100 miles per hour. When the fly reaches the other train, it instantly changes directions and starts flying toward the other train, still at 100 miles per hour. It keeps doing this back and forth until the trains finally collide. If you add up all the distances back and forth that the fly has travelled, how much total distance has the fly travelled when the trains finally collide?
The fly has travelled exactly 100 miles. We can figure this out using some simple math. Becuase the trains are 120 miles apart when the fly takes off, and are travelling at 60 mph each, they will collide in exactly 1 hour. This gives the fly exactly 1 hour of flying time, going at a speed of 100 miles per hour. Thus, the fly will travel 100 miles in this hour.
73.58 %

## Higher than a building

What jumps higher than a building?
All animals and people can jump higher than a building. Buildings do not jump.
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