If you don't know the rules of "teapot riddles", see my first teapot riddle.
Make sure that the word for the first teapot is the same as for the second teapot.

First clue:

My first teapot is solid.
My second teapot is not touchable.

Second clue:

My first teapot represents the hopes of everybody.
My second teapot represents your own hopes.

Third clue:

My first teapot gets chosen by the captain.
My second teapot gets chosen by yourself.

Final clue (makes the riddle very easy):

The round one needs to go in the angular one.
Chase your second teapot until you reach it.


4 Answers 4


My guess is:

Goal (Soccer/footbal and a personal goal)

First Hint:

Goal posts are solid.
You can't touch a personal goal, per se

Second Hint:

Your fans want you to score.
A personal goal is your hope to "get somewhere" (sorry, poorly explained)

Third Hint:

The captain, after the coin toss, picks the goal to defend (or attack).
You chose your personal goals/dreams

Final Hint:

The round ball goes in the rectangular goal.
Chase your goals until you accomplish them!

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    $\begingroup$ Ahhh I was 30 seconds too late, nice work : ) $\endgroup$
    – Jim
    Sep 11, 2018 at 16:23

is it:


first part:

goals can be tangible such as what is used on a soccer field but also abstract like dreams

second part:

everyone has goals?

third part:

You can choose your own goals but the captain of a team will choose what the team is going for

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    $\begingroup$ Good thinking! :-) $\endgroup$ Sep 11, 2018 at 16:27

First teapot


Second teapot is

desire(s) / dream(s)

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    $\begingroup$ cool you tried and signed up ;) you almost have it $\endgroup$
    – user52327
    Sep 11, 2018 at 16:15

I am quite sure about your second teapot.. not sure about your first teapot. It is:

Dream(ambition, aspiration ) - not touchable, represents your hopes, people chase it


I think the first teapot matches with Vision from marvel, by the mention of Captain. Also Vision is a synonym to Dream your second teapot

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    $\begingroup$ it is kind of ... almost | and make sure that the word of teapot 1 is the same as the word of teapot 2 $\endgroup$
    – user52327
    Sep 11, 2018 at 16:14

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