Check out our collection of challenging and super fun riddles for teenagers (with answers). These riddles can keep teens busy for a while.
What fruit is always sad?See answer
I am the sweetest and most romantic fruit. What am I?See answer
What kind of food do mummies like to eat?See answer
What has hands but can not clap?See answer
Why is 6 afraid of 7?See answer
Which eight-letter word still remains a word after removing each letter from it?See answer
If an electric train is traveling south, which way is the smoke going?See answer
What can you hear but not touch or see?See answer
I can be flipped and broken but I never move. I can be closed, and opened, and sometimes removed. I am sealed by hands. What am I?See answer
What has 13 hearts, but no other organs?See answer
What room do ghosts avoid?See answer
What is full of holes but still holds water?See answer
What has a mouth but can't talk?See answer
What month do people sleep the least?See answer
What is heavy forward but not backward?See answer
What can you not eat for breakfast?See answer
What runs but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?See answer
What can be found at the beginning of eternity the end of time and space the beginning of every end?See answer
What goes up and never comes down?See answer
Your parents come over for a surprise breakfast while you are sleeping. You get out pancakes toast maple syrup and jam. What do you open first.See answer
Four golfers named Mr. Black, Mr. White, Mr. Brown and Mr. Blue were competing in a tournament. The caddy didn't know their names, so he asked them.
One of them, Mr. Brown, told a lie.
The 1st golfer said "The 2nd Golfer is Mr. Black."
The 2nd golfer said "I am not Mr. Blue!"
The 3rd golfer said "Mr. White? That's the 4th golfer."
And the 4th golfer remained silent. Which one of the golfers is Mr. Blue?
I am a term used to confirm. But take away my front, my face, I become known as human avarice.See answer
Born in an instant. I tell all stories. I can be lost. But I never die. What am I?See answer
What is 123456789?
How do you go from 98 to 720 using just one letter?See answer
What word in the English language does the following: the first two letters signify a male, the first three letters signify a female, the first four letters signify a great, while the entire world signifies a great woman. What is the word?See answer
What 8 letter word can have a letter taken out and still be a word?See answer
What has you stop on green and go on red?See answer
What zips through the sky with a tail of fire and dust. It could be an omen, its origin to discuss?See answer
I am milky white and scares people. What am I?See answer
The eight of us go forth not back to protect our king from a foe's attack. What are we?See answer
This heavy and ancient suit was not worn with a tie, but was always worn in battle.See answer
Sleeping during the day, I hide away.
Watchful through the night, I open at dawn's light.
But only for the briefest time, do I shine.
And then I hide away. And sleep through the day.
What can be measured but not seen?See answer
What food lives at the beach?See answer
A stylish winter top that covers your larynx.See answer
What can go through glass without breaking it?See answer
What can go up a chimney down, but cannot go down a chimney up?See answer
Raise your right appendage high above your head. Turn your head to the right and you will smell this.See answer
What number has all letters in alphabetical order when spelled out?See answer
People walk in and out of me. They push and I follow. When they walk out on me, I close up and I stay waiting for the next person to walk into my life when I have a more open mind. What am I?See answer
People need me yet they give me away every day. What am I?See answer
What has a tongue but no mouth?See answer
Noah survived one and it was great.See answer
If I drink, I die. If I eat, I am fine. What am I?See answer
Runs smoother than any rhyme, loves to fall but cannot climb.See answer
This is a baked snack that is traditionally twisted into a unique knot-like shape.See answer
They come to witness the night without being called, a sailor's guide and a poet's tears. They are lost to the sight each day without the hand of a thief.See answer
A young child goes up to a wise man and shocks him by asking him "What one thing do i have that God does not?"See answer
Both guys and women enhance their visual organs with this item.See answer
They are many and one, they wave and they drum. Used to cover a state, they go with you everywhere.See answer
Fuels backyard get-togethers.See answer
Almost everyone needs it, asks for it, gives it. But almost nobody takes it.See answer
The more you look at it, The less you see.See answer
A single seater best accompanied by circus music and great balance.See answer
Possibly the word most commonly said before taking a sip.See answer
A fashion statement whose name sounds like the upper part of a mobile war machine.See answer
Prior to smartphones, people used this to record their lives.See answer
Man's most important invention.See answer
What is between heaven and earth?See answer
Though it is not an ox, it has horns; Though it is not a donkey, it has packed-saddle; And wherever it goes it leaves silver behind.See answer
This is a shape and a symbol that we literally cannot live without. What is it?See answer
Meat that has been cured by being cut into long, thin strips and dried.See answer
There's one in every deck of cards and in a famous movie.See answer
Come up and let us go. Go down and here we stay.See answer
What is found over your head but under your hat?See answer
I start in little but I end in full, you'll find me in half and complete.See answer
What is made of wood but can't be sawed?See answer
A toy that requires some string and a breezy day.See answer
I am an English word with 3 consecutive double letters. What am I?See answer
What can you keep after giving it to someone?See answer
If the day before yesterday is the 23rd, then what is the day after tomorrow.See answer
If 5 cats catch 5 mice in 5 minutes, how long will it take one cat to catch a mouse?See answer
I go around all the places; cities, towns and villages, but never come inside. What am I?See answer
I am nothing but holes tied to holes, yet am strong as iron.See answer
It is hate and has hate in it, but it isn't hate.See answer
What can you throw but not catch?See answer
I have a thousand wheels, but move I do not. Call me what I am, call me a lot.See answer
What is given but kept by the giver?See answer
What do people want the least on their hands?See answer
I'm a word, six letters long; I sometimes enter with a gong.
All in order from A to Z, I start with the letter B.
What is the word?
A deep well full of knivesSee answer
Some are quick to take it. Others must be coaxed.
Those who choose to take it gain and lose the most.
The more you take the more you leave behind.See answer
In spring I look gay, Covered in a green array, The warmer it gets the more clothing I wear, As the cold grows, I throw away my clothes.See answer
What can't you see, hear or feel, until it's too late.
What shadows love, and shopkeepers hate?
If you have me, you want to tell me.
If you tell me, you don't have me.
What is something you will never see again?See answer
One strand dangles. Two strands twist.
Three or more can fashion this.
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