# 10 Riddles That Gone Viral In Social Media Platforms

Riddles are entertaining. As per the research studies, solving riddles frequently will enhance the thinking ability. In this article, I am going to share riddles that gone viral on social media platforms. These riddles are shared on social media several times. Some riddles are easy to solve and can be solved in less than a minute but some require more time to analyze and get into the correct answer.

“State without an ‘A’,” or
“State without the letter ‘A’,” or
“All you need to do is find a state without an ‘A.'”
Alternative versions may ask for a “State without the letter E.”
“fruit without an i.” Riddle

Mr Smith has 4 daughters. Each of his daughters has a brother. How many children does Mr. Smith have?

# 3. "100 Dollar Stolen Riddle"

A man walks into a store and steals a \$100 bill from the register without the owner’s knowledge. He then buys \$70 worth of goods using the \$100 bill and the owner gives \$30 in change. How much money did the owner lose? \$30, \$70, \$100, \$130, \$170, or \$200?

# 4. I have 6 eggs

"I have 6 eggs. I broke 2, I cooked 2 and ate 2.
How many eggs do I have?"

# "There are 30 Cows in the field, 28 Chickens. How Many Didn’t ?"

Riddle includes a couple of different numbers joined together, can you find the sum of all number included in the figure.

"I saw a shirt for \$97. I borrowed \$50 from Mom and \$50 from Dad. I bought the shirt with \$3 of change. I gave \$1 to Mom, \$1 to Dad, and kept \$1 for myself. Now I owe my mom \$49 and my dad \$49. \$49 + \$49 = \$98 + my \$1 = \$99. Where did the other \$1 go?"

Riddle me this….............
"Penny has 5 children. The 1st kid is named January.
2nd kid is February. Her 3rd is called March.
4th is April. What is the name of the 5th."

How many seconds are there in a year?
How many seconds make a leap year?

“I had 5 dollars. My mom gives me 10 dollars, while my dad gave me 30 dollars. My aunt and uncle give 100 dollars. I had another 5 dollars. How much money did I really have?”