Find me thrice and i am a charm

Riddle: Find me thrice and im a charm. What am I? What is it? What is this?

It’s a different question. You might say what does this mean when you read it for the first time. Let’s try to explain briefly.

If you try something 3 times, you might think you can get it right.

People are more likely to fail the first time they try something.

The second time he tries the same thing, he may or may not succeed.

But the third time he tries the same thing, he may do. It is very likely to succeed.

Because he gained experience from his first two attempts. With this experience, when you try it for the third time, it is very likely to succeed. People believe it.

Could be the answer  is Black Cat?

What does this expression say: AROCKcaughtAHARDPLACE

Riddle: What does this expression say: AROCKcaughtAHARDPLACE?

 

This one is both a funny and weird riddle. It also depends a little bit on your proverb knowledge. If you know the proverb “Caught between a rock and a hard place” this might be an easy riddle for you since the words in the question will remind you of the proverb.

 

The word “caught” is placed in the middle of “AROCK” and “AHARDPLACE” so it is in between, just as the answer means. But what does that proverb mean? If you are caught between a rock and a hard place, you are in a difficult situation where you have to choose between two equally unpleasant courses of action. It’s a pretty annoying situation, to be honest.

Answer:  Caught between a rock and a hard place.

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

Riddle: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. What is the contradictory proverb? Let’s look this proverb solution.

 

“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” is said to encourage someone who has failed at something to try to do it again. It’s similar to Samuel Beckett’s famous mantra: “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” It motivates a person to not give up. However, some think that it is useless to “beat your head against a brick wall.”

 

This means to attempt continuously and fruitlessly to accomplish some task or achieve some goal that is or seems ultimately hopeless. What is the point of trying if the task seems impossible to get through it? But it might be noteworthy to remember Edison’s famous quote: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

Answer: Don’t beat your head against a brick wall.

Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Riddle: Absence makes the heart grow fonder. What is the contradictory proverb?

 

There are different types of lovers all around the world! Some endure the distance between himself and his lover whereas others tend to forget their love when they are away from each other.

 

The proverb “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” is kind of a romantic view. If people we love are not with us, we love them even more. But for some, this isn’t true. “Out of sight, out of mind” means that a person stops thinking about someone if he or she does not see that person for some time. Poof! It’s gone.

Answer: Out of sight, out of mind

Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

Riddle: Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. What is the contradictory proverb?

 

There are two types of people when it comes to responsibilities: the ones who want to get things done as soon as possible and the ones who probably do things at the very last minute. The first type of person is more likely to say “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today”. These people do not delay or hesitate to do something if they can finish or accomplish it today.

 

Do it and be done with it! The second type of person is more likely to not needlessly worry themselves over concerns, problems, or difficulties that lie in the future. You might have a final Project due next month. No need to stress out, there is plenty of time!

Answer: Don’t cross the bridge until you come to it.

More haste less speed.

Riddle: More haste less speed. What is the contradictory proverb? Can you guess this proverb?

 

What is the difference between “haste” and “speed”? Haste implies promptness which is important to fulfill your responsibilities, however, speed brings carelessness along. Acting too fast and not paying attention to detail will result in mistakes that can in fact be avoided. Due to these mistakes, the task might require even more time to complete.

 

What does “time waits for no man” mean? It means that The expression things are inevitable, such as the passage of time. No man can regulate time. So maybe it is best to go with the flow rather than be in a rush completely.

Answer: Time waits for no man.

You’re never too old to learn.

Riddle: You’re never too old to learn. What is the contradictory proverb?

 

It’s pretty obvious what “you’re never too old to learn.” But let us explain it anyways. It means that it is possible to learn new things, regardless of your age. The antonym for that proverb is “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Can you guess what that means?

 

Well, it means that it is impossible to change people’s habits, traits, or mindset. People tend to be more devoted to their beliefs and ideas as they grow older. That’s probably why it is easier for young children to learn new things whereas adults and elders are more fixated on their ingrained views.

Answer: You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.