Funny riddles

Funny riddles

funny riddles







Can you solve this funny ?

There was a green house. Inside the green house there was a white house Inside the white house there was a red house. Inside the red house there were lots of babies. What am I?

A watermelon.

Four jolly men sat down to play, And played all night till break of day. They played for cash and not for fun, With a separate score for every one. When it came time to square accounts, they all had made quite fair amounts. Now, not one has lost and all have gained – Tell me now, this can you explain?

The four jolly men are members of an orchestra hired to play at a dance.

I am slim and tall, Many find me desirable and appealing. They touch me and I give a false good feeling.
Once I shine in splendor, But only once and then no more.
For many I am "to die for". What am I?

A Cigarette

No legs have I to dance, No lungs have I to breathe, No life have I to live or die And yet I do all three.
What am I?

I am Fire.

What tree is most warmly clad?

A Fir Tree

A time when they’re green, a time when they’re brown, But both of these times, cause me to frown.
But just in between, for a very short while, They’re perfect and yellow, and cause me to smile!
What am I talking about here?


I come in different shapes and sizes. Part of me are curves, others are straight. You can put me anywhere you like, but there is only one right place for me.
What am I?

A Jigsaw Puzzle Piece.

With pointed fangs it sits in wait, With piercing force it doles out fate, Over bloodless victims proclaiming its might, Eternally joining in a single bite.
What am I?

A Stapler.

I’m sometimes white, Although sometimes I’m black.
I take you there, But never bring you back. What am I?

I’m a Hearse.

There was a man one night. He started to run straight forward. Then he turned left. Soon after, he turned left again. Then he started running toward home. When he got home there were 2 masked men waiting for him. Who were they?

The man running was a baseball player. The 2 masked me were the catcher and the umpire.