Question: I join you in battle, fist clenched tight.
We pound three times with all our might.
If my rival decides he will sign for peace;
I'll crush him, and the fight will cease.
But if he lays his hand down flat;
I'll suffer defeat, that is that.
What am I?
Answer: The rock in rock-paper-scissors.
Question: I'm in every room, yet outside. I move at different paces, but you never see me moving. Where ever I am its crowded, but when your there you don't see or feel anyone. If you try to hit me you always miss, yet you always feel me. You need me to live, but I cause disasters. What am I?
Question: Romeo and Juliet are dead. The only evidence of their death is in their house, and it is some shattered glass and a puddle of water. The only furniture in the house is a bed, a dresser and a bookshelf. The house is next to a railroad track. Their only pet was a cat. How did they die?
Answer: Romeo and Juliet are fish. Their fishbowl was on the bookshelf when the train came by and rattled the bookshelf, knocking the fish bowl down, where the cat could eat them.
Question: A pet shop owner had a parrot with a sign on its cage that said "Parrot repeats everything it hears." A young man bought the parrot and for two weeks he spoke to it but it didn't say a word. He tried to return the parrot but the shopkeeper said he never lied.
How can this be?
Answer: The parrot was deaf!
Question: Two men went into a restaurant. They sat at a table and the waiter came by and asked, "What do you want to drink?"
The first man said, "I'll have H20."
The second man said, "I'll have H20 too."
The second man died.
Answer: The second man said "I'll have H20 too." This sounds just like "H202" and H202 is a hydrogen paroxide which is deadly when drank.
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