Creative thinking with riddles


Children share computer skills and learn from one another. Teamwork leads to success. (Dennis Agaba)

Q. What do you get if you throw butter?

A. A butterfly!


Q. What has a neck but can’t swallow?

A. A bottle.


Q. What did the joey say to the turtle?

A. “I can take my home with me too.”


Q. What do you call a sheep with no legs?

A. A cloud!


Q. What do you get when you cross a monkey and a pansy?

A. A chimpansy.


Q. Why does the man think the darkness is heavy?

A. Because it isn’t light.


Q. Why does a giraffe eat so little?

A. Because they can make a little go a long way.


Q. Where do you send a soldier with a toothache?

A. To the drill sergeant!


Q. Why did the fish tell excuses?

A. To get off the hook!


Q. What kind of murderer has fibre?

A. A cereal killer.


Q. Why do cows wear bells?

A. Because their horns don’t work!


Q. Where do crayons go on vacation?

A. COLORado!


Q. Which fish costs the most?

A. A gold fish!

Q. What was Mr. Cow and Mrs. Cow’s favorite time together?

A. When they went on their honeyMOOn.


Q. Why was the computer late to work?

A. He had a hard-drive.


Q. What is the most musical part of your body?

A. Your nose, you can blow it and pick it.

Compiled by Dennis Agaba