## If you get this, you are a critical thinker. I enter the garden. There are 34 people. You kill 30.

Riddle: If you get this, you are a critical thinker. I enter the garden. There are 34 people. You kill 30. How many people are in the garden?

If you are following our site, we have solved many similar riddles. First, let’s say that the answer may come to your mind as 4, but it is not the correct answer. Then let’s explain that the answer is not 4.

If you enter a garden and kill 30 people, the rest will run away. There are no living people. It is necessary to think of the riddle in this way. Therefore the answer is not 4 people.

4 people escaped from the garden. If 30 people died, you are only yourself in the garden now. For this reason, the correct answer to our riddle is not 4.

## I am filled with hotness. I don’t mind how hot water is. What am I?

Riddle:  I am filled with hotness. I don’t mind how hot water is. What am I?

In order to solve this riddle, we need to consider objects that are not affected by hot water even though they are filled with heat. We can pour hot water in many items, but this does not prove that all these items are temperature resistant, some may crack and break.

As stated in the second part of the riddle, the answer must be a heat-resistant object. So, after a little reflection, we can deduce this object easliy. The most common item we use to keep hot water safely is a hot water bottle, which is resistant to tempetures of the water.

## I’m pleasing to the eye A tool for many absent of mind A tapestry of fickle lies Blind to even the most pensive spies I’m often the breeder of fervent lust but I am by far one you shouldn’t trust.

Riddle: I’m pleasing to the eye A tool for many absent of mind A tapestry of fickle lies Blind to even the most pensive spies I’m often the breeder of fervent lust but I am by far one you shouldn’t trust. What am I?

We understand that the answer we are looking for in this riddle is something that is misleading for people but appeals to people’s eyes. This thing, which is a tool used by people who are not very smart, is also a sensual element.

The word “eye”, one of the biggest clues in the riddle, is the complementary feature of how all the listed elements actually linked to aspect. Are you still struggling to find the answer? So let me explain further, the answer is “appearance” because appearance is the first thing people notice, but the most fallacious.

## Riddle: I run around the city but never move. What am I?

Riddle: I run around the city but never move. What am I?

Here is a riddle that fairly short and easy to solve! The key point to solve this is to think not according to today’s conditions, but according to the conditions of the older periods. There are no structures surrounding cities today, but such structures were quite common in the past.

Many structures were being built to provide city security and to create a line of protection against wars, and the most known of these were “city walls”. There! The answer to the riddle is a city wall and this is the only structures that surround cities but never move.

## What hath but three feet, three hands, and three eyes?

Riddle: What hath but three feet, three hands, and three eyes?

When you first peruse this riddle that seems inconvenient and complicated, you may not have any idea what the answer we are looking for will be. You might try to think of an animal with three legs, three eyes, and three hands, but this is the baffling side of the riddle because the answer we’re looking for is a human, not an animal.

Imagine a contraband ship, there are always people on these ships with one eye patch, hooks on their hands, and one leg missing. These people are pirates, and a healthy pirate and a wounded pirate fit the definition of this riddle, so our answer is “two pirates.”

## What is that which, supposing it’s greatest breadth to be four inches, length nine inches, and depth three inches and contains a solid foot?

Riddle: What is that which, supposing it’s greatest breadth to be four inches, length nine inches, and depth three inches and contains a solid foot?

To solve this riddle, we must pay attention to the measurements. We need to think about the “inches”, and what could these means? Since certain measures such as “breadth to be four inches, length nine inches,” are used, we can assume that we are talking about an object that contains this mensuration on average and should be known by everyone.

The biggest clue to solve riddle is the word “foot”. A foot should be able to fit this item, and the most common thing we use for our feet is “shoe”. In addition, all units of measure used are, on average, the size of a shoe.