Short Funny Trick Questions With Answers In English


Check out our collection of short funny but slightly difficult questions with answers. Perfect for pre-teens and teens. They will sure find solving these challenging questions, puns, riddles, a sure fire fun activity. Go ahead, enjoy some great fun along with these mind teasers. These funny questions and riddles and answers are guaranteed to make you think, and will surely make you laugh as well. Adults will also find the below mentioned collection, interesting albeit funny. So, be ready for a spin.

  • Short And Funny Trick Questions With Answers


    Q: What is white and black, but red all over?
    A: Obviously, the newspaper [read all over!]

    Q: How can a door be not a door?
    A: When it is ajar [a jar!]

    Q: What made the lady run around her bed?
    A: So as to catch up on her sleep.

    Q: Why did the house go to the doctor?
    A: Because it had a window pane/pain.

    Q: Which road do ghosts linger?
    A: A dead end.

    Q: Why do fluorescent lights hum?
    A: Because they forgot the words.

    Q: What did one campfire say to the other?
    A: Shall we go out tonight?

    Q: Why can't a woman living in the U.S. be buried in Canada?
    A: Because she is still alive.

    Q: What did the quilt say to the bed?
    A: I have got you covered.

    Q: What happened when the tiny fortuneteller that escaped from jail?
    A: He was a small medium at large.

    Q: Why are movie stars always cool?
    A: Because they have so many fans.

    Q: What is the biggest problem with snow boots?
    A: They melt.

    Q: What is round and extremely violent?
    A: A vicious circle.

    Q: What gets wetter the more it dries?
    A: A towel.

    Q: What did the ocean say to the beach?
    A: Nothing, it just waved.

    Q: Where can you find an ocean with no water?
    A: On a map.

    Q: Why do you get if you cross a chili pepper, a spade, and a poodle?
    A: A hot-diggity-dog [a spicy hot dog!]

    Q: What kind of hair do oceans have?
    A: Wavy.

    Q: Why did the clown visit the doc?
    A: Because he was feeling kinda funny.

    Q: What is brown and sticky?
    A: A stick.


    Q: What is the name for a boomerang that does not return when thrown?
    A: A stick.

    Q: What happens when you throw a white hat into the Black Sea?
    A: It gets wet.

    Q: What only starts to work after it is fired?
    A: A rocket.

    Q: What common 11-letter word is always spelled incorrectly?
    A: Incorrectly.

    Q: What do you find in the middle of nowhere?
    A: The letter H.

    Q: What did one commode say to the other commode?
    A: Well, you really look flushed.

    Q: What gives you the power and strength to walk through walls?
    A: A door.

    Q: What is green and sings?
    A: Elvis Parsley.

    Q: Why did Superman cross the road?
    A: To get to the supermarket.

    Q: What did the first volcano say to the second volcano?
    A: I lava you. Do you lava me? [Love you].

    Q: Why is it cold on Christmas?
    A: Because it is in Decembrrrr.

    Q: What kind of nails do carpenters or masons hate to strike?
    A: Fingernails, of course.

    Q: What happened when the magician got angry?
    A: He pulled his hare out.

    Q: What always comes at the beginning of a parade?
    A: The letter P.

    Q: What do snowmen like to eat for breakfast?
    A: Frosted Flakes.

    Q: What do lawyers always wear to court?
    A: Lawsuits, of course.

    Q: Did you hear about the human cannonball?
    A: He got fired.

    Q: What did the inventor of the door-knocker win?
    A: The no-bell prize.

    Q: What happened to the woman who fell into the upholstery machine?
    A: She is fully recovered.

    Q: What room has no walls?
    A: A mushroom.

    Q: Two waves had a race. Who won?
    A: They tide.

    Q: How did the scarecrow win the Nobel Prize?
    A: Mainly because he was out, standing [outstanding!] in his field.

    Q: Why did the cowboy ride his mule to town?
    A: Because, it was too heavy to carry.

    Q: What goes up and down but never moves?
    A: Stairs.

    Q: What happened to the lion when he ate the clown?
    A: He felt funny, of course.

    Q: Did you heard about the origami store?
    A: It folded.

    Q: Why did the banker quit her job?
    A: She lost interest.

    Q: Why was everyone so tired on the First of April?
    A: Because they had just completed a March of 31 days.

    Q: Which is the fastest country in the world?
    A: Russia. [Rush- ya]

    Q: What do you get when you throw a million books into the ocean?
    A: A title wave.

    Q: What is the coldest country in the world?
    A: Chili.

    Q: What's a great name for a lawyer?
    A: Sue.

    Q: What do you call a man in a hole?
    A: Doug.

    Q: What do you call a woman standing on a tennis court?
    A: Annette [A net!]

    Q: A neutron walks into a diner, orders supper and asks the waiter, “How much will that be?"
    A: The waiter replies, "For you? No charge!"

    Q: A photon checked into a hotel and is asked if she needs any help with her luggage.
    A: No, I am travelling light.

    Q: Want to hear a joke about potassium?
    A: (K!) [ K is the symbol for potassium.]

    Q: Are there any good jokes about sodium?
    A: (Na!) [Na is the symbol for sodium.]

    Q: What are you supposed to do with a dead chemist?
    A: Barium [Bury him!], of course.

    Q: Why is the mushroom always invited to parties?
    A: Because he is a fungi. [Funky]


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