Riddles with answers

  • WHAT LOSES IT’S HEAD IN THE MORNING AND GET’S IT BACK AT NIGHT?

PILLOW

  • YOU BURY ME WHEN I AM ALIVE AND DIG ME UP WHEN I AM DEAD. WHAT AM I?

PLANT

  • WHAT OCCUR TWICE IN A WEEK, ONCE IN A YEAR BUT NEVER IN A DAY?

LETTER ‘E’

  • WHAT GET’S WETTER THE MORE IT DRIES?

TOWEL

  • WHAT IS EASY TO GET INTO BUT HARD TO GET OUT OFF?

TROUBLE

  • WHAT IS MADE OF WOOD BUT CAN’T BE SAWED?

SAWDUST

  • WHEN YOU HAVE ME YOU FEEL LIKE SHARING ME BUT IF YOU SHARE ME YOU DON’T HAVE ME. WHAT AM I?

SECRET

  • WHAT GOES AROUND THE WORLD BUT STAYS IN A CORNER?

STAMP

  • THE PERSON WHO MAKES IT DOESN’T NEED IT, THE PERSON WHO BUYS IT WON’T USE IT, THE PERSON WHO NEED IT DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT IT. WHAT IS IT?

COFFIN

  • A MAN IS FOUND MURDERED ON A SUNDAY MORNING. HIS WIFE CALLS THE POLICE, WHO QUESTION THE WIFE AND THE STAFF AND ARE GIVING THE FOLLOWING ALIBIS: THE WIFE SAYS SHE WAS SLEEPING, THE BUTLER WAS CLEANING THE CLOSET, THE GARDENER WAS PICKING THE VEGETABLES, THE MAID WAS GETTING THE MAIL AND THE COOK WAS PREPARING BREAKFAST. IMMEDIATELY, THE POLICE ARREST THE MURDERER?

THE MAID IT’S SUNDAY. THE MAIL WON’T COME