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The following are riddles intended for kids: What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries? What goes up and down the stairs without moving? What has a face and two hands, but no arms or legs? The answers to these riddles are as follows: a towel, a rug and a clock.

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The answer to the riddle "What is too much for one, enough for two but not enough for three?" is "a secret." The riddle refers to the fact that when one person has a secret, he is desperate to tell someone about it; but when three people know it, it is no longer a secret.

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Some riddles about love include: "What makes grown men cry, but humanity would go extinct without it?" and "What causes a sudden increase in heart rate, a loss of memory and overall brain function, but is not a drug?" The answer to both is "love".

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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.

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BrainDen.com, Funology.com and BrainBashers.com are some good sources for riddles. BrainDen.com and Brainbashers.com feature logic riddles and brainteasers, while Funology.com features riddles for kids. Riddle and joke books, which are widely available at libraries and bookstores, are also good sour

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Short riddles are short word problems that are designed to be slightly challenging to answer. Short riddles can be found on the Internet or in riddle books, and they often have a rating scale indicating how challenging they are.

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Hard riddles for kids can be found through an online search, including this simple one: What starts with "P," ends with "E" and has thousands of letters in it? The answer: A post office.

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An example of a difficult riddle is, "When is 99 more than 100?" The answer is, "On a microwave," because when 99 is entered on a microwave, the microwave runs for one minute and 39 seconds, but when 100 is entered, it only runs for one minute.

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According to Game-Solver.com, the riddle is "What is that which goes with a car, comes with a car, is of no use to a car, and yet the car cannot go without it?" The answer to the riddle is "Noise."

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"Clock" is the answer to the riddle, "What has hands but no arms and a face but no eyes?" A clock is also the answer to, "Without fingers, I point, without arms, I strike, without feet, I run. What am I?"