While completing a rhyming problem might be a lot of fun, many rhyming riddles are actually quite challenging.
In the “Mary has four daughters” puzzle, you may be curious about the answer. Let’s go for it…
Mary has a family of five. January is the term given to the first day of the year. February is the baby’s second name. March is the name of her third child. The month of April begins on April 4th. What is the fifth’s name?
It’s simple: “What” is the answer.
However, why is the fifth child’s name “what”?
Because there is no question mark at the end of the riddle, we can assume the answer is “what.” This means that it is not asking you what the name of the fifth child is, but rather that the fifth child is referred to as “what” in the question.
What if you’d want to try your hand at a different type of puzzle? “What flattens all mountains?” is a tricky conundrum, but we’ve got the answer for you…
How do you level mountains, extinguish life as we know it, demolish entire cities, and leave the world in ruins?
One reason for this is that as things age and decompose, they have the ability to flatten mountains and demolish buildings.
Additionally, below is the type of weapon that was used.