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👉 Are You Clever Enough To Solve These 7 Food Riddles? – by Dr Sam Robbins
I thought I’d have a little fun today with 7 “food” riddles. Let’s see how clever you are…
I’ll ask the riddle, wait 3 seconds and reveal the answer. Or you can pause the video if you need more time and then click play for the answer.
Q1: What did the nut say, when it sneezed?
Q2: What’s orange and sounds like a parrot?
Q3: What do you get when you divide the circumference of a pumpkin, by its diameter?
A3: Pumpkin Pie
Q4: What do you call a bunch of strawberries stuck together?
A4: Strawberry Jam!
Q5: What day do potatoes hate the most?
Q6: What bird is with you at every meal?
A6: A swallow
Q7: What starts with the letter “t”, is filled with “t” and ends in “t”?
I know, kinda silly. But some of these were fun and a couple were hard.
So, how many did you get right … and which riddle you like the most?
And, let me know if you have any food or health riddles of your own? Write them below in the comments section and I’ll post them in a future video.
And if this video put even a tiny smile on your face, share it with a friend or on social media and see how how many your friends get right.
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