Riddle: A pipe, a carrot, and a couple sticks are lying together in a field. Why?
Does it seem strange to you that these unrelated things are lying together on the floor? As strange as it may be, there must be a logical reason for this. After all, nobody leaves those things together for no reason, right?
Think of something that uses a pipe, a carrot, and a couple sticks together. It would be more correct to say that these are part of something, rather than using the word “use”. This thing is of course nothing more than a snowman. When the snowman melted, the pipe, carrot and sticks fell to the ground.
Answer: They’re what is left of a melted snowman.
Riddle: A man grabbed a woman’s ring and pulled on it, then dropped it. How did this save her life?
This is a very tricky riddle! The first ring that comes to mind for everyone who reads the riddle is usually the jewellery ring. Hence, it can be difficult to establish the link between saving a life and the ring. In this case, instead of treating this ring as a jewellery, we should consider another possibility.
The most logical answer that can be given with these in mind is that they were skydiving, and she was unconscious. He pulled the ripcord ring for her, and the parachute opened. Therefore, he saved her life by pulling the ring.
Answer: They were skydiving, and she was unconscious. He pulled the ripcord ring for her, and the parachute opened.
Riddle: If Harry’s father is Tommy’s son, what relation is Harry to Tom?
It’s quite easy to find the answer to this riddle! If you know about kinship relationships at a basic level, it will not take you long to understand this riddle. In the riddle, we have two characters, Harry and Tom.
If Harry’s father is also Tommy’s son, Tommy is the father of Harry’s father. You all know that the father of your father is your grandfather. In this case, since Tommy is the father of Harry’s father, he is also the grandfather. In other words, Tommy is the grandfather of Harry.
The answer: Tommy is Harry’s grandfather.
Question: An early draft of which book was reportedly carried ashore by the author during the D-Day invasion?
“Catcher in the Rye”
“The Great Gatsby”
“The Art of the Deal”
Answer: J. D. Salinger wrote his most famous book during World War II. Salinger served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was involved in the 1944 invasion of Normandy. From the day he landed on Utah Beach on D-Day,
The answer is: “Catcher in the Rye”
Riddle: A man was just doing his job when his suit was torn. Why did he die three minutes later?
This riddle may seem a little confusing at first glance. However, if you think carefully, it is not at all difficult to find the answer to this riddle. Think of such a profession that it is not possible to do it without a work suit. In fact, it is not even possible to survive without workwear.
Can you think of an answer? Yes, the answer is an astronaut. The astronaut in the riddle was on apace walk doing repairs. He died three minutes after his suit was torn because it is not possible to breathe without suit in space.
The answer is: He was an astronaut on a space walk, doing repairs.
Riddle: If boiling water is poured into a thick drinking glass as well as a very thin wine glass, of the two, which is more likely to crack?
When you read the riddle, you may get the idea that thin glass will break sooner. However, the answer is not what you think. The thick glass is more likely to crack since glass is a poor conductor of heat.
In a thin glass, the heat passes more quickly from the glass into the surrounding air, causing the glass to expand equally. When hot water is poured into a thick glass, the inner surface expands, but the outer surface does not. It is this extreme stress on the glass that causes it to crack.
The answer: The thick glass is more likely to crack since glass is a poor conductor of heat. In a thin glass, the heat passes more quickly from the glass into the surrounding air, causing the glass to expand equally. When hot water is poured into a thick glass, the inner surface expands, but the outer surface does not. It is this extreme stress on the glass that causes it to crack.
Trivia Question: Which member of the Royal Family competed in the Olympics?
Answer: Princess Anne is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Anne was a top-tier equestrian during the 1970s, competing in international competitions as part of Britain’s national team. She became the first member of the Royal Family to compete in the Olympic Games when she rode The Queen’s horse, Goodwill, in the equestrian three-day event at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. Unfortunately, the team did not win a medal, and Anne finished 24th (in a field of 49 competitors) in the individual competition.
Answer is: Princess Anne