I can sizzle like bacon, I am made with an egg, I have plenty of backbone, but lack a good leg.
I peel layers like onions, but still remain whole, I can be long like a flagpole, yet fit in a hole.
What am I?
Although I'm not an insect, some people found me very difficult to exterminate. They called me something like 'insane priest.' The first half of my name means the same as 'scrape,' and my last three letters are a metal. Who am I?
I flop around on sticks and sometimes you cheer me as I do, I desperately need a white powder to do what needs to be done, and looking at me you might wonder why I look like I am about to go swimming. What am I?
I am a fruit. If you had two of me, I would sound just the same. If you rearrange my letters, it could be a crime. Add me to a montage and I can become a different fruit. Remove my head and you can still listen; take away the end and I can still be eaten. Without a piece of the center, I am still a word; take away all
of the middle and I am just an acronym. What am I?
There are two people in front of you holding guns.
One is your best friend and the other is an impostor who looks just like him and knows all that he knows.
You also have a gun and must shoot the impostor, if you get it wrong, the impostor will shoot you. If you get it right you and your friend are safe.
What is the one question you can ask that will reveal the impostor?
"Great Job You Got It"
This riddle is named after Julius Caesar, who is thought to be first to use this cipher.
Simply count the letters and arrange them in groups of the same number, here 4 will be easiest. It will be make 4 rows of 4. Then you put the rows one above the other and read up down, like so:
G T Y O
R J O T
E O U I
A B G T
Until you find the message.