What has an eye but can not see?
See also best riddles or new riddles.logicshort
What word does this rebus represents?
Metaphor (Meta 4).logicshort
The day before yesterday Cindy was 17. Next year she will be 20. How can this be?
The statement was made on January 1. Cindy's birthday is on December 31. She was 17 the day before yesterday (Dec 30). She was 18 yesterday. She will be 19 this year (Dec 31) and 20 next year. cleanlogicshortwhat am I
Wash it and it isn't clean. Don't wash it and then it's clean. What I Am?
Tall I am young, short I am old. While with life I glow, wind is my foe. What am I?
If you drop me I'm sure to crack, but give me a smile and I'll always smile back.
Imagine John, a party magician, is carrying three pieces of gold each piece weighing one kilogram. While taking a walk he comes to a bridge which has a sign posted saying the bridge could hold only a maximum of 80 kilograms. John weighs 78 kilograms and the gold weighs three kilograms. John reads the sign and still safely crossed the bridge with all the gold. How did he manage this?
John is a juggler. When he came to the bridge he juggled the gold, always keeping one piece in the air. funnylogicshort
Elmer Johnson went to the hardware store to make a purchase for his house. He asked the store clerk, "How much will one cost?" The clerk thought for a moment and said, "Three dollars." Elmer Johnson, who looked a little puzzled said, "Well then, how much will twelve cost?" "Six dollars," replied the clerk. Elmer Johnson scratched his head and said, "If I were to purchase two hundred, how much would that cost?" "That," said the clerk, "will cost you nine dollars." What was Elmer Johnson buying?
He was buying house numbers.logicshort
This is a newspaper headline:
Workers Strike - Want to Make Less Money!
What is going on?
The workers work at the mint and are tired of being overworked. They want to work less, which is making less money, since money is made at the mind!logicshort
During the Summer Olympics, a fellow competed in the long jump and out-jumped everybody. He didn't just win the event, he actually broke the world record held for that event. Nobody broke his record for the remainder of the Olympics, and still today his name is in the record books.
However, even though he holds the world record, he never received a medal in the long jump. How did he manage to do so well, but not receive a medal?
He was competing in the decathlon. He won the long jump event, but didn't perform very well in the other events. He lost the decathlon, so he didn't receive any medals (even though he hold the world record for long jump). cleanlogicshort
When will a net hold water?
When the water is frozen.