A bunch of silly riddles to ask around the campfire. Be ready to have sticks and dirt tossed at you :-)
Q: Why is the little ant always confused?
A: Because all his uncles are ants.
Q: What is the best part of a Boxer's joke?
A: The PUNCH line.
Q: What kind of house weighs the least?
A: A LIGHT house.
Q: Why is a river rich?
A: It has two banks.
Q: How many seconds are there in a year?
A: 12 - Jan. 2, Feb. 2, Mar. 2, ...
Q: Who sleeps with their shoes on?
Q: Prove that a cat has 3 tails.
A: No cat has 2 tails and one cat has one more tail than no cat, so one cat has 3 tails.
Q: What is faster - heat or cold?
A: Heat - you can catch cold.
Q: A farmer had 17 sheep. All but 9 died. How many does he have now?
Q: Take 2 apples from 3 apples and what do you have?
A: 2 apples.
Q: What word in the dictionary is always spelled wrong?
Q: What question can you never truthfully answer 'Yes'?
A: Are you asleep?
Q: Which is the quietest sport?
A: Bowling - you can hear a pin drop.
Q: What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in an hour?
A: the letter M.
Q: What goes around the world but stays in a corner?
A: A postage stamp
Q: What kind of room has no door or windows?
A: a mushroom.
Q: What word starts with an 'E' and has only one letter in it?
A: an Envelope
Q: Why did the Texan buy a dachshund?
A: Because all the other cowboys were saying, 'Get a-long little doggie!'
Q: What does a horse say when he's finished eating his hay?
A: Well, that's the last straw!
Q: Why do cowboys always die with their boots on?
A: So they won't stub their toes when they kick the bucket!
Q: How do you find a lost rabbit?
A: Make a noise like a carrot
Q: What food can never become the heavyweight champion of the world?
A: The lollipop. It always gets licked!
Q: What do you call a cat who eats a lemon?
A: A sourpuss!
Q: Where do most outstanding hamburgers end up?
A: In the Hall of Flame!
Q: What did the hamburger say to the pickle?
A: You're dill-icious!
Q: What do you call a blind dinosaur?
Q: What do you call a blind dinosaur's dog?