The answer to this popular riddle is a sewing needle. Sewing needles have small oval openings to put thread through; these are called eyes. Threading a needle is the act of putting thread through the eye of the needle. More »

A potato, a needle, a picture, a cyclone and a tornado are all potential answers to the riddle, "What has eyes but cannot see?" Each of these items has an eye, but none of them are capable of sight. More »

It is possible to see bedbugs with the naked eye. Bedbugs are tiny insects with oval bodies and a reddish-brown color. Bedbugs cannot fly or jump, but they can crawl. More »

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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... More »

The answer to this riddle is a mirror. Whatever is put in front of the mirror will be turned around in the reflection seen, but the mirror does not move. More »

The answer to the seagull soup riddle is that the man killed himself because he felt guilt and remorse, remembering a boating accident. The answer, however, is up to interpretation as the riddle's question does not give ... More »

The answer to this ancient riddle is commonly accepted to be "your age," but in reality, there are a number of possible answers. Other things that rise but never come back down are hot air and helium. More »

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