Many riddles are based off of love and romance. A number of these explicitly end with the word "love," while others require more advanced word play.
Two examples of riddles about love are "What is invisible and makes people sweat and feel anxious, yet people can’t survive without it?" and "What makes grown men cry, but humanity would go extinct without it?" Similar riddles can be created by listing any extreme affects of love on people's behavior. For more comical riddles with puns, there is the question "What did the painter say to his/her boyfriend/girlfriend?" The response is "I love you with all my art."Learn More
The answer to the riddle that goes, "Forwards I am heavy, backwards I am not; What am I?" is the word "ton." The trick to this riddle is its play on the spelling of the word ton, even though the question seems as though the word or object has two different meanings.Full Answer >
The answer to the riddle, "What travels the world but stays in the corner," is a stamp. This is because a stamp will travel all over the world on the mail it is attached to, but a stamp is still always placed in the corner of an envelope.Full Answer >
A potato, a needle, a picture, a cyclone and a tornado are all potential answers to the riddle, "What has eyes but cannot see?" Each of these items has an eye, but none of them are capable of sight.Full Answer >
To answer the riddle, a fish with no eyes is a "fsh." However, one fish species, commonly known as the blind cave fish or Mexican tetra, does lack eyes. These fish are born with eyes, which atrophy as the fish matures.Full Answer >