I met a man in the rain
He tipped his hat and drew his cane
In this poem I've mentioned his name.
What is it? (Don't google it, or you'll find out right away.)
Here's a question:
Ten people--five couples--(non-shomrei negiah) go to a party. One statistician among them asks everybody how many hands he or she shook. One person says he shook no hands. Another shook one hand. Another shook two, another three, another four, another five, another six, another seven, and another eight. The question is how many hands did the statistician shake?
Hint: you don't shake your own hand and you don't shake your spouse's hand.
Another hint: try to think who is married to whom.
Whoever answers these riddles gets thirty points. Ha! I'm outdoing mottel.
Here's a cute one, although not a riddle:
Translate into Yiddish, "The stars disturb Shtern's forehead."