Hard Riddles

1- It occurs once in every minute
Twice in every moment
And yet never in one hundred thousand years.
What is it?

2-Yet flying swiftly past;
For a child I last forever,
For adults I'm gone too fast.
What is it

3- It can be said:
To be gold is to be good;
To be stone is to be nothing;
To be glass is to be fragile;
To be cold is to be cruel.
Unmetaphored, what am I?

4-A leathery snake,
With a stinging bite,
I'll stay coiled up,
Unless I must fight.
What am i?

5-If you break me
I do not stop working,
If you touch me
I may be snared,
If you lose me
Nothing will matter.
What is it?



1- urcptmeo sorgmpar
2- cotsfirom ntnirtee rlrxopee
3- lfei ttnhmseaatc
4- sdek otp
5- rtkneow cpseal

Anagrams Well just incase you dont know what an anagram is... it is a word or a phrase that can be turned into another word phrase, kinda like word jumbles but the start off word makes sense emo&:D>endemo>

EG.. Margaret Thatcher can also make That Great Charmer

1- hamlet or rear (makes 2 words)
2- drank other (makes 1 word)
3- ape force pipe? (makes 3 words)
4- truce upgrade rust (makes 2 words)
5- experience to spin? (makes 2 words)
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I had just a little look, however:

  1. "m"
I had a teensy look too -

2. might be "childhood"

4. a whip.

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what do you mean by M and I think 5 might be a heart? can you guys figure the rest?
"M" means the letter "m". There's one in Minute, two in a MoMent, and none in h-o-u-r.

Yes, I think the answer to Number 5 is "heart." Congratulations, Anon!


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1) the letter "m"

2) childhood

3) heart

4) a whip

5) again heart

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to the first riddle, it is the letter m
I agree with all of your answers except for #2 I think its TIME...
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