I never really knew my uncle growing up. He seemed nice enough, but I got the sense from the distant, troubled look in his eyes that there was at least some truth to the rumours...
Years before I was ...
I'm asking about classic riddles as they appear in books and kids' literature, based on metaphors - not maths problems or tasks, or deceitful questions but just an old good-natured rhyme describing ...
I'm lying down, with a dah-ditty-dah, in the middle of the end,
I'd hang upside-down similarly with my friend,
Were I to flip over, with a dah-ditty-dah, it'd be the middle of the day,
Right way up I ...
Stop worshipping me!
Away! you flea!
I'll stomp you with my boots,
You know I'll accept any substitutes,
At first, I change you,
Then I begin to arrange you,
And finally I end your precious heartbeat!
You've trekked through jungle and tundra, across mountaintops and deserts, into giant caverns and beneath the ocean to find the person known as The Oracle. Finally, after all your hard work, you find ...
Crazy or not, you know who I am,
I can use a knife, not just for jam.
Death is nothing new to me.
You know the glasses that help me see.
Rogue or not, I've saved the world.
I salute when the flag is ...
I communicated with you, not by normal means.
The illusionist did everything it seems.
Proximity can make me very shy.
Without a bunch of these you would die.
The bee, the seasons, maybe some more,
As some of you may have gathered, I really like learning about new animals; some of my favorites are:
In the spirit of a good challenge with a chance to learn new things, I've created this multi-tier ...
I had an idea for another teaset riddle so here we go.
For anyone who doesn't know how these works you must decipher two or more words that are homonyms/homophones that have a different meaning, A.K....
Currently working on my fourth anagram puzzle, so in the meantime, I have made a Riley Riddle. Sorry if this riddle seems rather lazy or if the title appears subjective (depending on whether you like ...
I'm always in your thoughts, technically twice
If displayed correctly, just to be precise
If you see my left you will call me a con
and it would tear me apart if you called me John
Take down a note ...
I'm where you keep your most private possessions
With a small adjustment, I'm always on the move
Again, and I'm one of you, lacking aggression
Once more, at my end, my son has something to prove
Sometimes I'm ugly, sometimes I'm art,
Sometimes I'm near and dear to your heart,
I have been known to bring about pain,
And yet I deliver relief just the same,
You know where I live, yes you know it ...