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Riddles for Thinkers

Take some time to enjoy giving your brain a little bit of a workout with these Riddles for Thinkers. They will require you to think outside of the box and use some logic and reason to solve. Adults and children alike will enjoy the punchline type answers to the riddles that leave them stumped.

A boy and an engineer were fishing. The boy is the son of the engineer but engineer is the father of the boy. Then who is the engineer?

Engineer is the boy’s mother.

5 children and their pet dog were walking under a small umbrella. But none of them became wet. How is this possible?

It was not raining!

Whenever you make a more of them, you leave more of them behind you.

Footprints

I have rivers, but don’t have water. I have dense forests, but no trees and animals. I have cities, but no people live in those cities. What am I?

A map

Tina worked at a butcher shop. She height is six feet and two inches tall. He wear shoes sized number 12. What does she weigh?

She weighs meat.

How many times you can subtract number 5 from the number 46?

You can only subtract 5 one time from 46 because when you subtract number 5 from 46, it then becomes 39.

Why is it considered illegal to bury a man living in North America in South America?

It is illegal to bury a man when he is still living.

How many clementines can you put into an empty container?

Only one. If you put one clementine into the empty container, it will no longer be empty.

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Jan N.
These need some editing. Word omissions, added articles, gender changes or incorrect sentence structure...#1, 2, 3, 5
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