The answer to this riddle is the wind. This riddle appears as part of a competition between Roland and Blaine the Mono in the opening chapter of Steven King's "Wizard and Glass."
The answer to the riddle, "What has been around for a million years but is only a month old?" is "the moon." This is just one of many astronomy riddles.
The answer to the riddle: "Forward I'm heavy; backwards I'm not" is a ton. A ton spelled backwards is "not"; therefore, while a ton is heavy, in actuality weighing 2,000 pounds, when just looking at the word instead of t...
The answer to the riddle "From what number can you take half and leave nothing?" is the number 8, because when either the top or bottom half of the digit is removed, the remaining half forms the number zero, or nothing.
The answer to the riddle "something you can keep after giving it to someone else" most commonly refers to "your word." The English idiom "keeping your word" means to keep a promise made verbally to someone else. The phra...
The answer to this riddle is "nothing." Nothing is greater than God, and nothing is more evil than the devil. The poor have nothing, while the rich need nothing. Finally, if you eat nothing, you will die.
The answer to the riddle, "What demands an answer but asks no question?" is a telephone or a doorbell. The riddle is making a pun on the word answer. Instead of a spoken reply, the word is used to mean an action in respo...