Random Riddles

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  • Tara has $30.00 dollars. She bought 5 coloring books that cost $3.00 each, 4 boxes of Crayola crayons that cost $2.00 each. She spends the rest of her money on markers. How much money did she spend on markers?
    She spent $7 on markers.
  • I am a three-digit number. My second digit is four times bigger than the third digit. My first digit is 3 less than my second digit. What number am I?
  • What has hands but can’t clap?
    A clock.
  • Why do bees hum?
    Because they don’t know the words.
  • I have wings and I have a tail, across the sky is where I sail. Yet I have no eyes, ears or mouth, and I bob randomly from north to south. What am I?
    A kite.
  • What kind of music do rabbits like?
    Hip Hop
  • Using only addition, how do you add eight 8s and get the number 1,000?
    888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1000
  • Imagine you’re in a room that is filling with water. There are no windows or doors. How do you get out?
    Stop imagining!
  • Say Racecar backwards.
    “Racecar backwards.”
  • You can touch me, but I can’t touch you back. You can see me, but I only reflect you and can never reject you. What am I?
    A mirror
  • What do you get when you cross a snowman and a vampire?
  • How is Europe like a frying pan?
    Because it has Greece at the bottom.
  • Why are ghosts bad at lying?
    Because you can see right through them.
  • A girl is sitting in a house at night that has no lights on at all. There is no lamp, no candle, nothing. Yet she is reading. How?
    She's blind and she is reading Braille.
  • How many letters are there in the alphabet?
    Eleven: T-H-E-A-L-P-H-A-B-E-T.
  • Mr. Blue lives in the blue house, Mr. Yellow lives in the yellow house, and Mr. Black lives in the black house. Who lives in the white house?
    The President.
  • Why did Mickey Mouse go to Outer Space?
    He wanted to visit Pluto.
  • I give milk and I have a horn, but I’m not a cow. What am I?
    A milk truck.
  • If you throw a blue stone into the Red Sea, what will it become?
  • If two's company and three’s a crowd, what are five and six?