Maybe, maybe not — but the answer won't.
My prefix is the first half of what was before.
My suffix curses Scotland in red and no more.
My infix is a hotshot when scrambled (what egg?).
I am twice my ...
I made a new Riley Riddle to make up for the laziness in my previous Riley Riddle, also inspired by @KevinL's Riley Riddle.
My prefix won't stand, but it cracks at the bottom.
My suffix has heads in ...
I bought my father a gift for Christmas and wrote a riddle for him to solve, but I thought I'd let you guys solve it first :D
I have caps that I cannot wear
You can enter without a care
Search for an ...
Last night, the mayor of a small town was kidnapped. 2000 suspects have been brought into the local prison based off eyewitness reports as to what the suspect looked like.One of these 2000 suspects is ...
One of my recent puzzles bears a certain resemblance to this one that was posted to meta by Alconja. When this was pointed out to me, I thought that since he asked for suggestions I would post a reply ...
Riddle me this:
Although I'm a cube, I do not have six sides;
Beneath me is green, although no grass resides.
My pockets are large enough — I can fall in!
But then you'll fall out, though at ends you ...
Another that rhymes, my author desired
'Twas limericks and riddles that he so admired
To hide a relation
To earn reputation
and brighten your day through wordplay inspired
A puzzle I am, though not ...
I was the freest man around.
Yet I never left my grounds
(for years at a stretch)
I could walk, fight, or run.
I'm as able-bodied as anyone!
And my riches I can't count!
But I rarely ventured out.
I'm purple and small,
not hard to make at all.
I take you to new places,
Where you will see some new faces.
I'm part of the world, yet take you away,
When you step through me, you see mostly grey.
Sit down, gather round, listen to my tale
Of a time when humanity would finally fail
To conquer death like it always had,
we've died before, but this time was bad.
In threes they came, spreading like ...
Part of the Community Metapuzzle. The word in the puzzle below is also the word needed here.
I received a very odd communication this morning. When I got up, I found a letter on the kitchen table. It ...
Teapot Riddle no.13 (fan made). Direction.
I have one word which has several (2 or more) meanings.
Each of the meanings is a teapot (first, second ...).
You try to figure out the word with my ...
From hunting to movie watching, I'm sought out,
Even on birthdays or Christmas day, there's no doubt.
Envied by many, who live a boring life,
Let's be careful though, I can bring you much strife.
So, yesterday I received a treasure, can you guess what it is?
For me to receive this treasure, I had to wait for quite some time,
A time I did pass with leisure, many obstacles I had to climb.
We can be made from addition or subtraction
Our best are often a popular attraction
Some you can touch,
and some you cannot
One with a dozen will heal you
Another, inumerable, shan't be bought
Riddle me this:
I have more than one face, but I have no eyes.
I roll out of hand during multiple tries.
I very much often do not roll alone;
I have a partner, who like myself, enjoys being thrown.
Since this is the first time I've had two puzzles not completely solved in a week, this puzzle was designed to be simpler.
Very important, are the lines that I write,
Certain words, they won't appear ...
This is my first teapot riddle so hopefully all goes well.
I am sure most people know the deal but for any who doesn't, there is one word with two or more meanings (two teapots). Try and figure out ...
Riddle me this:
I always head up or down, straight or in a spiral.
Jacob dreamed of Heaven via me inside the Bible.
I never head sideways, as that is a different way.
When home alone, Kevin rode down ...