# 65 Trick Questions That Will Stump You (In A Funny Way)

50+ trick questions (or riddles) that are the perfect mix of funny and perplexing.

#### 1. What two things can you never eat for breakfast?

Lunch and dinner.

A towel.

Incorrectly.

#### 6. A girl fell off a 50-foot ladder but didn’t get hurt. How come?

She fell off the bottom rung.

An envelope.

#### 8. How can a girl go 25 days without sleep?

She sleeps at night.

#### 9. You spot a boat full of people but there isn’t a single person on board. How is that possible?

Everyone on board is married.

#### 10. How do you make the number one disappear?

Add the letter G and it’s “gone”!

Nothing.

#### 12. A cowboy rode into town on Friday. He stayed in town for three days and rode out on Friday. How is that possible?

Friday was the name of his horse.

#### 13. What two keys can’t open any door?

A monkey and a donkey.

The letter “w.”

#### 15. A young boy was rushed to the hospital emergency room, but the ER doctor saw the boy and refused to operate. “This boy is my son,” the doctor said. But the doctor wasn’t the boy’s father. How could this be?

The doctor was the boy’s mom.

A clock.

A cold.

A candle.

#### 19. How many seconds are there in a year?

Twelve. January 2nd, February 2nd, March 2nd, etc.

Raindrops.

All 12!

A window.

#### 23. Which weighs more, a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks?

Neither. They both weigh exactly one pound.

#### 24. How can the pocket of your pants be empty, but still have something in it?

When the something is a hole.

Stop imagining.

A conversation.

#### 29. I am an odd number. Take away one letter and I become even. What number am I?

Seven (take away the ‘s’ and it becomes ‘even’).

Breath.

#### 31. Two mothers and two daughters went out to eat, everyone ate one slice of pizza, yet only three slices were eaten. How’s that possible?

The group included a grandmother, her daughter and her daughter’s daughter.

Short.

#### 33. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday?

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

#### 35. A man was outside taking a walk when it started to rain. The man didn’t have an umbrella and he wasn’t wearing a hat or a hood. His clothes got soaked, yet not a single hair on his head got wet. How could this be?

The man was bald.

Noise.

The letter M.

Silence.

A fire.

A sponge.

A comb.

#### 43. First you throw away my outside and cook the inside. Then you eat my outside and throw away my inside. What am I?

Corn on the cob. Because you throw away the husk, cook the corn. Then you eat the kernels, and throw away the cob.

A river.

A crane.

An umbrella.

Footprints.

None.

A yardstick.

Nine.

A stamp!

#### 53. Name four days of the week that start with the letter “t”?

Tuesday, Thursday, today, and tomorrow.

Mississippi

A bottle.

#### 57. What moves faster: heat or cold?

Heat. Because you can always catch a cold.

A ton.

#### 59. A girl leaves home and turns left three times, only to return home facing two guys wearing masks. Who are the two guys?

The catcher and the umpire.

Beth.

A hole.

The letter “e”

A secret.

A needle.

#### January Nelson

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# 250+ Questions To Ask A Girl If You Want To Know Who She REALLY Is

What’s one thing that’s happened to you in your life that made you feel weak?

Do you have a hunch about how you’re going to die?

What’s one thing you would say that makes you unique from other people?

Do you screenshot the sweet texts that people send you? What is the last one you’ve received?

What would make you leave someone you love?

Is there anything about me as a person or my behaviors that you question?

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# “The best summation of Trump I’ve come across.” — Bret Easton Ellis

A brand new book from best-selling author, David Shields, that exposes the deep and dark depths of Donald Trump.

In his new book, Nobody Hates Trump More Than Trump: An Intervention New York Times bestselling author David Shields deconstructs the idiot-savant-autocrat at 1600 Pennsylvania, his fan-fiction base, and the emotional needs/moral failures of the city, country, and world that created him.