1. ## Riddle me this.

Riddle me this, riddle me that. Tis be the day you are known for being a twat.

Let's start easy;

Imagine you are swimming in the ocean and a bunch of hungry sharks surround you. How do you get out alive?

Too easy right?

I'm light as a feather, yet the strongest man can't hold me for more than 5 minutes. What am I?

For you hardnuts;

A natural state, I'm sought by all.
Go without me, and you shall fall.
You do me when you spend,
and use me when you eat to no end.

What am I?

If you dare;

Does a pound of gold or a pound of feathers weight more?

Honestly I couldn't do any of them, would love to see some of you try.

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3. 4th one is obvious, 1st is trash trick riddle, 2nd one is misleading a bit, 3rd is meh.

I like intellectual/thinking riddles not trick ones :S

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5. #1 is to stop imagining.

#2 is his breath

#3 is balance

#4 is a pound of feathers. Gold is measured on a different scale, so in return, feathers weigh more.

6. Originally Posted by arunforce
4th one is obvious, 1st is trash trick riddle, 2nd one is misleading a bit, 3rd is meh.

I like intellectual/thinking riddles not trick ones :S
4th one actually isn't the answer I think you assume it is. [As stated by our lovely MNSubaru]
I'll edit this post with some riddles that'll make you shit your pants with confusion.

EDIT:

What number is under the car?

How's that?

You have a jug of milk, and you need to measure out just one cup. How do you do this if you only have a three-cup measuring container and a five-cup container?

Easy?

In a family, there is a mom, dad and four sisters. Each sister has one brother. How many people are in the family?

Some maths for you.

You can take four of the five letters out of this word, but the pronunciation never changes. What is the word?

7. Originally Posted by Downlift
What number is under the car?
87 .

8. Originally Posted by Downlift

4th one actually isn't the answer I think you assume it is. [As stated by our lovely MNSubaru]
I'll edit this post with some riddles that'll make you shit your pants with confusion.

EDIT:

What number is under the car?

How's that?

You have a jug of milk, and you need to measure out just one cup. How do you do this if you only have a three-cup measuring container and a five-cup container?

Easy?

In a family, there is a mom, dad and four sisters. Each sister has one brother. How many people are in the family?

Some maths for you.

You can take four of the five letters out of this word, but the pronunciation never changes. What is the word?
1 to 4 were kinda confusing to me, but I'll try these:

5- 87. Look upside down.
6- Fill Both. Send the 5 cup milk to the jug. Add the 3 cup to the 5 jug. Fill the 3 cup jug again. Fill the 5 cup jug. You'll end up with the 5 cup jug full, and the 3 cup jug with 1/3 full. That's one cup volume.

7- mom + dad + 4 sisters + 1 brother (same brother for all sisters) = 7 people.
8- I have no clue.

9. Originally Posted by Mokou-Sama

1 to 4 were kinda confusing to me, but I'll try these:

5- 87. Look upside down.
6- Fill Both. Send the 5 cup milk to the jug. Add the 3 cup to the 5 jug. Fill the 3 cup jug again. Fill the 5 cup jug. You'll end up with the 5 cup jug full, and the 3 cup jug with 1/3 full. That's one cup volume.

7- mom + dad + 4 sisters + 1 brother (same brother for all sisters) = 7 people.
8- I have no clue.
I Agree, first 4 were simply taken from one source and after some searching I found those legitimate thinking riddles due to the request of Arun.

Riddle #8 is kind of boggling because you have no hint on what word it is with 5 letters which sounds the same even if you take away 4.. which leaves you with one letter....

10. Originally Posted by Downlift

4th one actually isn't the answer I think you assume it is. [As stated by our lovely MNSubaru]
I'll edit this post with some riddles that'll make you shit your pants with confusion.

EDIT:

What number is under the car?

How's that?

You have a jug of milk, and you need to measure out just one cup. How do you do this if you only have a three-cup measuring container and a five-cup container?

Easy?

In a family, there is a mom, dad and four sisters. Each sister has one brother. How many people are in the family?

Some maths for you.

You can take four of the five letters out of this word, but the pronunciation never changes. What is the word?
4th one is bullshit then. A lb is a lb any way you slice it.

5. IDK too busy to try to figure out a pattern
6. Fill up first 3 cup, pour it in, fill up 2nd 3 cup, fill it to the top, voila, 5 cups and 1 cups
7. 7
8. q

11. 8- ayyyy

Couldnt think of anything else. Take out the 4 y's and you still get same pronounciation a xD

12. lol the 5th upside down makes me feel like a derp, oh well.

13. Originally Posted by arunforce

4th one is bullshit then. A lb is a lb any way you slice it.
No it's not.

Gold is weighed on a different system of measurements. It's weighed using a troy system, and a troy ounce weighs less than a standard ounce.

14. Originally Posted by arunforce

8. q
Queue, Q. Thats it. Thanks, now I can sleep better!

15. New riddle

I am the king of rodent, and I give my blessing to all who worship me. Who am I?

16. Originally Posted by Mokou-Sama

1 to 4 were kinda confusing to me, but I'll try these:

6- Fill Both. Send the 5 cup milk to the jug. Add the 3 cup to the 5 jug. Fill the 3 cup jug again. Fill the 5 cup jug. You'll end up with the 5 cup jug full, and the 3 cup jug with 1/3 full. That's one cup volume.
Or Just FIll a cup of 3 inside the cup of 5, then refill a cup of 3. after that,fill the cup of 3 until the cup of 5 saturates, you will have a 1 cup in the cup of 3 Easier no ?

17. Originally Posted by MNSubaru

No it's not.

Gold is weighed on a different system of measurements. It's weighed using a troy system, and a troy ounce weighs less than a standard ounce.
LOL? You put a lb of gold on a scale it's a lb of gold. Doesn't matter what system of bullshit you call it, 1/32.2 slug of gold * 32.2 ft/s^2 is still one lb any way you skew it. It has absolutely no effect which human invented scale you want to use, it's a universal quantity of measurement. Whether they want to make something else up and use it as a different system of measurement has absolutely no effect on a pound of gold not being a pound of gold.

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