Riddle

Tom: Clare, why would a compliment from a chicken be an insult? Clare: All right Tom, I’ll buy it. Why would a compliment from a chicken be an insult? Tom: Because it would be fowl language! Source: “A Thousand and One Riddles, with a Few Thrown In”. Published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd., London.

Riddleday

Eddie: Tell me Mary, what is more foolish than sending coals to Newcastle? Mary: OK Eddie, tell me the answer. Eddie: Sending milk to Cowes, of course. Source: “A Thousand and One Riddles with a Few Thrown In” published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd.

Ask Me a Riddle

John B: “OK Linda and Steve, which is the smallest bridge in the World?” Linda: “Go on John, tell us”. John B: “It’s the bridge of the nose!” Source: Another Victorian Riddle from the book: “A Thousand and One Riddles – With a Few Thrown In”, published by George Routledge and Sons, Limited, London.

A Riddle

Brian: “Clare, what is the difference between a mare and an egg?” Clare: “Hmm, what is the difference Brian?” Brian: “A mare is a she gee-gee but an egg is an ‘e gee-gee“. Source: Another Victorian Riddle from the book: “A Thousand and One Riddles – With a Few Thrown In”, published by George RoutledgeContinue reading “A Riddle”

A Riddle

Question: Why is “I” the luckiest of all the vowels? Answer: Because it is the centre of bliss, while “E” is in hell and all the others are in purgatory. Source: Another Victorian Riddle from the book: “A Thousand and One Riddles – With a Few Thrown In”, published by George Routledge and Sons, Limited,Continue reading “A Riddle”