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Classical riddles

Here you will find interesting and fun classical riddles, sayings and puzzles of all kinds. To solve the puzzles, you have to let your imagination run wild and see beyond logic to find the correct answer!

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What has four legs in the morning,
two legs in the afternoon,
and three legs at night?

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Category: Classical riddlesTopics: Body

What is greater than God,
more evil than the devil,
the poor have it,
the rich need it,
and if you eat it, you'll die?

Category: Classical riddlesTopics: Devil, God, Rich

What was given to you, belongs to you exclusively and yet is used more by your friends than by yourself?

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Category: Classical riddlesTopics: Friend

When is a yellow dog most likely to enter a house?

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Category: Animal Riddles, Classical riddlesTopics: Building, Dog, Yellow

Which one of our Presidents had the largest shoes?

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Category: Classical riddlesTopics: Clothing, President

Why isn't your nose twelve inches long?

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Category: Classical riddles, Math RiddlesTopics: Human body

With potent, flowery words speak I,
Of something common, vulgar, dry;
I weave webs of pedantic prose,
In effort to befuddle those,
Who think I wile time away,
In lofty things, above all day
The common kind that linger where
Monadic beings live and fare;
Practical I may not be,
But life, it seems, is full of me!

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Category: Classical riddlesTopics: Life, Word