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Life Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 

    What is as big as you are and yet does not weigh anything?

    Your shadow is as big as you are because it is a reflection of your body, but it does not weigh anything because it is simply the absence of light caused by your body blocking the light source. Shadows are formed when an object blocks light from reaching a surface, creating a dark area that appears to have a shape similar to the object. Since shadows are not physical objects, they do not have any weight.

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    When you have me, you feel like sharing me. But, if you do share me, you don't have me. What am I?

    The answer to the question is "A secret." When someone has a secret, they often feel the need to share it with someone else. However, once the secret is shared, it is no longer a secret and the person no longer has it. This riddle plays on the idea that secrets are something that can be both desired and yet lost once shared.

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    The more there is, the less you see. What am I?

    Darkness is the absence of light. The more darkness there is, the less light there is, and therefore, the less you are able to see. In complete darkness, it is impossible to see anything at all.

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    Voiceless I cry, Wingless I flutter, Toothless I bite, Mouthless I mutter. Who am I?

    The wind is being described in this riddle. It is voiceless because it cannot speak, wingless because it cannot fly like a bird, toothless because it cannot bite like an animal, and mouthless because it cannot talk. The wind is known for its ability to make sounds, move things, and create a whispering or muttering sound.

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    What starts with a T, ends with a T, and has T in it?

    The word "Teapot" starts and ends with the letter "T" and also has the letter "T" in it.

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    The more you take, the more you leave behind.

    This riddle is referring to the concept of footsteps. The more steps you take, the more footprints or marks you leave behind. The answer fits perfectly with the given statement as it implies that the more steps you take, the more evidence or traces you leave behind in the form of footprints.

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    At night they come without being fetched. By day they are lost without being stolen. What are they?

    Stars are the correct answer because they are visible in the night sky without anyone having to bring them or fetch them. During the day, they are not visible, but they are not stolen or taken away, they are simply hidden by the brightness of the sun.

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    Glittering points That downward thrust, Sparkling spears That never rust. What am I?

    The poem describes something that has a downward thrust and sparkling spears that never rust. This fits the description of an icicle, which forms when water drips and freezes, creating a pointed and glittering structure. Icicles are known for their beauty and can be found hanging from rooftops or trees during winter.

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    Until I am measured I am not known, Yet how you miss me When I have flown. Who Am I?

    The answer to this riddle is "Time." The explanation is that time is intangible and cannot be measured or seen directly. However, its presence is felt and missed when it has passed. Time is an abstract concept that governs our lives, and we often realize its importance only when it has already gone by.

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    We are a couple for life We are useless without each other, And the carriers of great burden We cannot get busy unless we are full And cannot get rest unless we are empty. What are we?

    The explanation for the answer "A pair of shoes" is that shoes are often worn by couples, symbolizing their unity and commitment to each other. Shoes are useless without each other, as a single shoe cannot be worn. They also carry the burden of supporting and protecting the feet while walking or standing. Shoes need to be full, meaning they need to be worn and used, in order to serve their purpose. And when not in use, they are empty and at rest.

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