Road Trip Riddles for Long-Distance Laughs

Road Trip Riddles for Long-Distance LaughsSkip Are we there yet? and go for giggles and good-natured groans on your next road trip. What’s better at keeping kids entertained than riddles? Use the following brain teasers to encourage creative thinking.

  • What invention allows people to walk through walls? Answer: Doors.
  • What asks no questions but receives a lot of answers? Answer: A telephone.
  • Why should you never tell a secret in a vegetable garden? Answer: Because the corn have ears.
  • What is the difference between a lion with a toothache and a rainy day? Answer: One roars with pain and the other pours with rain.
  • What is ready to walk, has a long tongue, and can’t talk? Answer: A shoe.
  • What is everyone in the world doing at the same time? Answer: Getting older.
  • What do you lose every time you stand up? Answer: Your lap.
  • A box filled with water weighs a ton. What can you put in the box to make it weigh less? Answer: Holes
  • What are raised in many countries where the rainfall is heavy? Answer: Umbrellas.
  • What goes down a hill but never moves? Answer: A road.
  • You use me between your head and your toes; the more I work, the thinner I grow. What am I? Answer: A bar of soap.
  • What kind of coat is made without buttons and put on wet? Answer: A coat of paint.
  • What has leaves but no bark, a jacket but no tie, a spine but no bones, and is good company? Answer: A book.
  • What bone keeps getting longer and shorter? Answer: A trombone.
  • When you fall into the water, what is the first thing you do? Answer: Get wet.
  • What comes all the way up to a house but never gets in? Answer: The steps.

Riddles In a JarFor more wacky, puzzling, giggle-provoking riddles, check out Riddles In a Jar®: 101 Puzzling and Playful Riddles.


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