If points were meals on Stack Exchange,
You'd do this, though it be strange.
It's in French when you're all viewing,
Too much boredom will be its undoing.
To check what you see, if you find me:
Entombed alive yet I survived
To glimpse once again at the sun
But legs to ground are shackled down
Curtailing all efforts to run
In body lies a dozen knives
My crown's sure to split and to smell
In a duel between naked kings
he who has a castle and steed shall prevail;
wrap the battlefield in and around itself, however,
and you'll find this is no longer the tale;
but before so doing, add a ...
Beep, beep, beep, beep...
No, this was not the sound of D.S.I North Daniels playing miniature cricket on his phone, although that would be a preferable situation to the one he is in now.
(Note that due to the nature of this puzzle, it's inaccessible to folks who are using screen readers. Sorry about that!)
You're at a local fair with your friend Kayleigh in the good old US of A, and ...
I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have no body, but I come alive with wind. What am I?
This riddle relies on tricking you into thinking about ears and a mouth. You get a tiny hint about ...
My first semester—no, my entire freshman year—in high school, I was all alone.
As I started my sophomore year, I finally made a friend. Two, actually. They weren't in the same class as me, but for the ...
You want to send a secret message to your friend Alex in the mail.
But Sam, who you don't trust, has access to all your mail.
So you put your message in a box with a lock.
But you can't send a key, ...
I’m taught in high schools around the world.
described by me is often mispronounced as something bad.
something to do with the sun.
Said aloud I can sound a little like an