Wacky Riddles With Funny Answers That Will Tickle Your Funny Bone


Here is our latest collection of wacky riddles, funny questions and answers with double meanings, funny jokes and puns. These funny riddles and puns will soon have the kids in splits. Have fun and share with your mates.

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    Funny Questions and Answers


    Q: Which is the city that no one dares to go?
    A: Electricity.

    Q: Why is that you can never trust atoms?
    A: Obviously, because they make up everything.

    Q: What is always on the ground and is never dirty or soiled?
    A: The shadow.

    Q: What three letters will frighten a burglar?
    A: I C U

    Q: Why does a baby duck walk softly?
    A: As it is a baby duck, it can hardly [not softly] walk.

    Q: What did the left eye say to the right eye?
    A: Well, there is something between you and me that smells.

    Q: What weighs 1,000 kilograms forward but not backward?
    A: Ton.

    Q: What happened an icicle landed on top of a man’s head?
    A: It knocked the man cold.

    Q: Why didn't the skeleton stay away from the dance?
    A: Because he had no-body to go with. [skeletons have no bodies!]

    Q: What you call the things that wash up on very small beaches?
    A: Microwaves.

    Q: What did the blanket say to the bed?
    A: Quit being frightened, I have you covered.

    Q: What did the little mountain call the big mountain?
    A: Hello Cliff.

    Q: Where does the bad light go to?
    A: To prism [prison]
    Q: I run but cannot walk; I have a mouth but cannot speak, I have a bed, but do not sleep. What am I?
    A: The river.

    Q: Name a thing that has four wheels and flies?
    A: The garbage truck, of course.

    Q: What never asks questions but receives many answers?
    A: the Telephone.

    Q: Why is the nose less than 12 inches?
    A: Because, it would then become a foot [12 inches make a foot]

    Q: How many books can you put in a (2ft x 2ft) empty backpack, so that it is not empty anymore?
    A: One, after that it is no more empty.

    Q: What kind of lights did Noah use on the Ark?
    A: Obviously, flood-lights.

    Q: Why must you take a pencil to bed?
    A: So as to help you draw the curtains.

    Q: Why did the man with one hand try to cross the street?
    A: He was trying to get to the second hand shop.

    Q: What made the tomato blush?
    A: Because it saw the salad dressing.

    Q: Why did they decide to change the old floors in the daycare centers?
    A: Because, they were infant-tile.

    Q: Why did the boy sprinkling sugar on his pillow before he went to sleep each night?
    A: So that he could have sweet dreams every night.

    Q: What dog is known for its punctuality?
    A: The watch-dog.

    Q: Which button cannot be unbuttoned?
    A: The belly –button.

    Q: What did the triangle say to the circle?
    A: You are pointless.

    Q: Why do the call gulls that fly over the sea as seagulls?
    A: Mainly because if they flew over the bay they would be called as bagels.

    Q: What did the man say to the wall?
    A: One more crack like that and I will plaster ya.

    Q: What happened when someone stepped on the grape?
    A: It let out a little wine [whine]

    Q: Why did the robber always take a bath when he robbed a house?
    A: So that he could get a clean getaway.

    Q: What goes through cities, towns, over hills, but actually does not move a t all?
    A: Obviously, the road.

    Q: Why did the boy walk softly past the medicine cabinet?
    A: Because, he was afraid of waking the sleeping pills.

    Q: What music are balloons scared of?
    A: Pop music

    Q: What keeps on running, but does not get anywhere?
    A: The refrigerator.

    Q: What has a head, a tail but no legs and a body?
    A: A coin.

    Q: What do you get when you cross a fridge with a radio?
    A: Cool Music.

    Q: Why was the math book looking so miserable?
    A: Because its problems were seldom solved.

    Q: What goes up when rain comes down?
    A: The umbrella.

    Q: What made the boy eat his homework?
    A: He was carried away by his teacher’s remark, the homework is a piece of cake.

    Q: Why was the belt sent to jail?
    A: Because it held up a pair of jeans.

    Q: Why was the joke about the butter kept under wraps?
    A: Because, if you talked about it, it would spread.

    Q: What did the stamp say to the envelope?
    A: You stick with me and I will take you places.

    Q: Why do the watermelons have such fancy and expensive weddings?
    A: Because they [cant-a-loupe] [can’t elope]

    Q: What did the alien tell the gardener?
    A: Take us to your weeder.

    Q: How do basketball players manage to stay cool even in humid conditions?
    A: They just sit next to the “fans.”

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