Riddles British, page 2

29 riddles british

What has no beginning, end, or middle? A doughnut.

Riddles British about beginning, end
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What is always coming but never truly arrives? Tomorrow.

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What kind of nut has no shell? A doughnut.

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Man walks over, Man walks under. In time of war he burns asunder. What is it? A bridge.

Riddles British about war, time, man
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You heard me before, Yet you hear me again, Then I die, 'Till you call me again. What am I? An echo.

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They visit every single house And wish to stay and eat. Such manners! When they get their food, They tread it with their feet. We wish these visitors would go Yet, many a summer's day They cannot...

Riddles British about wish, food, home, day
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Luke had it before, Paul had it behind. Doctor Lowell had it before and behind, And twice as bad as before. Miss Gallager had it twice in the middle, Before she was married. Girls have it, Boys do...

Riddles British about death, bad luck, immortality, life, bad
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I never was, am always to be, No one ever saw me, nor ever will And yet I am the confidence of all To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball. Tomorrow

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What lives on its own substance and dies when it devours itself? Candle

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