Friday, January 12, 2018

Riddles and word plays on a January day

Do you want to put a smile on your face this January day.  Here are some riddles and word plays that should bring you some cheer.  I hope you enjoy them.

What is the difference between roast beef and a car?

Answer:  Roast beef has horse radish and a car has horse power.

The more you take, the more you leave behind.  What am I?

Answer: Footsteps

What has a tongue but isn't able to taste and a soul but doesn't live.

Answer; A shoe

When is a door not a door.

Answer: When it's ajar

I follow you all day but not at night.  What am I?

Answer: Your shadow

Why do the French enjoy eating escargot (snails)?

Answer: Because they don't like fast food.

What did Prince Charming say to Cinderella before she tried on the glass slipper?

Answer: The shoe must go on.

What do you call a scary female horse?

Answer: A nightmare.

What two things can you never eat for breakfast?

Answer: Lunch and supper

What is always on its way here but never arrives?

Answer: Tomorrow

Poor people have it.  Rich people need it.  If you eat it you die.  What is it?

Answer: Nothing

What has branches and leaves and no bark?

Answer: A library


Miser; A person who lives poor so that he can die rich.

Ramification: A consequence that is forced down your throat.

Atom Bomb: An invention to end all intentions.

Opportunist: A person who starts taking a bath if he falls into a river.

Experience: The word people give to their mistakes.

Stalemate: Leading cause of divorce.

Apiary: A sting operation

Transcendental: Above the teeth

- Compiled by Joanne