Thursday Morning Riddle

March 24th, 2016

I’m a fixture in bathrooms with faucet and bin;
Set your teeth in a task; let ideas settle in;
To succumb to depression; descend into sin;
And to take out a sub for a Battleship win!

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Alex. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

March 17th, 2016

I’m a lingerie line for those younger in age;
I’m a feline in movies; Ms. Moore on the stage;
I’m a sweet lemonade; I put Drive on the page;
And at work, I’m a slip that can threaten your wage.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Asher. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

March 10th, 2016

I am planted in gardens and sold by the packet;
I’m placing a team in a tournament bracket;
Coax rain from a cloud when with ice you attack it;
And cash for a startup from those who would back it.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Asher. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

January 21st, 2016

I’m the years of a youth; an auxiliary ship;
I am money that’s legal; a sensitive lip;
To present resignation, or give a pink slip;
I am loving affection; or fried chicken strip.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Alex. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

December 17th, 2015

I’m your usual preference to ask for a date;
I’m to cast in a role only based on one trait;
I can classify blood that you need or donate;
And you count words per minute to measure my rate.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Alex. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

November 12th, 2015

I’m to let loose your tongue to spread word or defame;
To reproach with a finger when calling out shame;
I’m a mischievous wit; I’m a footballer’s flame;
And I’m shaking your tail to convey that you’re tame.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Asher. See comments for answer.

The End

Shakespeare Anagram: Richard III

October 31st, 2015

From Richard III:

Since you will buckle fortune on my back,
To bear her burden, whe’r I will or no,
I must have patience to endure the load

Shift around the letters, and it becomes:

We’re unrelieved Ryan buckled and “without ambition” will become Speaker of the House.

But not our concern, Hillary.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

October 1st, 2015

I’m to end a night’s sleep as you rise up in bed;
I’m the waves left behind when a ship moves ahead;
I’m the group name for vultures that’s used when they’ve fed;
And a party that’s held to watch over the dead.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Alex. See comments for answer.

The End

Thursday Morning Riddle

September 24th, 2015

I’m the North to the South from when they would combat;
But abroad, an American, separate from that;
I’m on base in the Bronx when the home team’s at bat;
And a dandy named Doodle with feather in hat.

Who am I?

UPDATE: Riddle solved by Alex. See comments for answer.

The End

Shakespeare Anagram: Measure for Measure

September 12th, 2015

From Measure for Measure:

Do you your office, or give up your place,
And you shall well be spar’d.

Shift around the letters, and it becomes:

Davis, you loud bully, offer up a license or go. We pay you.

Preach, Lord!

The End