Two guardians stand upon a bridge. They will make you mysterious, even though you can see right through them if you look at their backs.
We are two guardians that stand on a bridge. We are a mystery from the front, but you can see right through us from behind.
My mother flies. My father goes boom. What is my name?
What has life before death, age before youth, marriage before meeting, and children before pregnancy?
My math teacher drives a car with the custom license plate "1DIVBY0." What brand of car is it?
I'm only a head that has nothing within. I have no mouth, but can speak through my skin.
I had six eggs. I broke two eggs, fried two eggs, and ate two eggs. How many eggs do I have now?
Riddles the Clown is returning home from performing at a birthday party. He was paid with three gold bricks. On the way home, he comes across a bridge with a sign reading "Weight Limit 200 lbs." Riddles weighs 180 lbs. Each gold brick weighs 10 lbs. What can Riddles do to cross the bridge safely without leaving any of the gold bricks behind?
Mary's mother has four daughters. Three of them are named April, May, and June. What is the fourth daughter's name?
Do you know what is unusual about this paragraph? Looking at this paragraph, you might think that nothing is wrong with it, and that is right. Nothing is wrong with it. It is unusual, though, as it is missing a thing that paragraphs usually contain. Do you know what that missing thing is? Study it, think about it, but you may not find anything odd.
You can lift two, three, or four of my legs easily. But lifting just one is impossible. What am I?
What has rivers with no water, roads that carry no traffic, and towns with no residents?