Riddles

A man is on a train that is full. He noticed a person with a missing finger. He walks up to the person and kills them. At the next stop, he is questioned by the police, but they let him go. Why?

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Once released from prison after serving his sentence, the man saw his wife who framed him by cutting off her own finger and leaving it at the crime scene. When the police questioned him he stated these facts, and they let him go because you cannot kill the same person twice (double jeopardy).

A man is found dead laying in a field next to a rock. The rock killed him but there’s no blood on the rock or around the body. Who is the man and how did the rock kill him?

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He’s superman and the rock is kryptonite.

During a Christening ceremony, the Godmother of the child suddenly tackled the priest who was conducting the ceremony, knocked him down, and rolled him over on the ground. Why?

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He caught on fire.

Why is it that, in general, the hair on a man’s head goes grey before the hair in his mustache?

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The hair on a man’s head is older than the hair on his mustache.

A woman walked up to a man behind a counter and handed him a book. He looked at it and said, “That will be $4.” She paid the man and walked out without the book, but he didn’t call her back. Why?

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It was a library and she was paying a late fee after returning a book.

Little Kevin was 4 years old and both his parents were dead. His guardian put him on a train to send him to a new home in the country. Kevin could neither read nor write, nor remember the address, so a large label on a string was secured around his neck, clearly indicating Kevin’s name and his destination. However, despite the best efforts of the railway staff, Kevin never arrived at his destination. Why?

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Billy is a goat and he ate his label.

I am lighter than air, but a hundred people cannot lift me. Careful, I am fragile!

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A bubble

I am a seed with three letters in my name, take away the last two, and I still sound the same.

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Pea

I can be cracked, made, tolled, and played — what am I?

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A bell