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Like any teacher, Bret Turner attempted to give her students a riddle for the day but the answer she got from a student shocked her. Who doesn't love a good riddle? As part, a brain exercise for her first-grade students, teacher, Bret Turner presented a riddle to the class. Though the riddle answer seemed to be somewhat straightforward, one of the small children in her class provided an answer that is not only creative but hilariously existential. The internet could not seem to get enough of this little child's response.

Often what children say is either silly or funny - but sometimes their response can be too deep and profound for their age. What am I? Before I finally revealed the "correct" answer to the riddle, to a largely unimpressed audience, I fielded other guesses that continued along a similarly existential vein. There was "NOT everything," "all stuff," "the end," and maybe my favorite, "nothingthing. The kid isn't morbid.

Riddle :. The beginning of eternity The end of time and space The beginning of every end, And the end of every place. Now the Answer :. Tags: aptitude brain game brainfood brainteaser interesting lateral thinking Presence of Mind puzzle solution Puzzles riddles thinker thinkwitty whatami witty. October 7, July 20, May 16,

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Riddles are used in The Elder Scrolls: Arena to guard loot dungeons. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Riddles and answers Edit Riddle Answer I am twice as old as three times the age of the Sphinx of Gazia, Agamamnus, divided by one-ninth the age of the Sphinx of Canus, Igon, who left this world twenty-six years ago. What then is my age?

Though many adults only consciously experience existential angst after being forced to learn about Spinoza in an intro to philosophy class, children are surprisingly perceptive to the fragility of life, and for some, the quest for meaning begins early. Take, for instance, what one first-grade teacher learned when his viral tweet about a first-grader's response to a riddle showed kids can be WAY deeper than adults. It was adorable, of course, but also rather enlightening. According to the Washington Post , Bret Turner, a teacher at the Head-Royce school in the San Francisco Bay Area, prepared a short riddle for his first graders on Tuesday as part of his puzzle-of-the-week series. I'm the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space. What am I?

A teacher's riddle for his pupils has left the whole of the internet scratching their heads after it went viral on Twitter. Teacher Bret Turner from California shared a riddle with his class to see who could get the right answer, and while the tricky word play resulted in a lot of confusion there were some profound answers among his pupils. What am I? While the riddle left us scratching our heads, it turns out the answer is in fact the letter E. Taking to Twitter to share the riddle, Turner revealed that his first-graders were left "unimpressed" by the answer and shared some of the hilarious answers made by his pupils including one very philosophical response.

4 thoughts on “The Hobbit or There and Back Again - Riddles Showing 201-250 of 329

  1. I am the beginning of the end, the end of every place. I am the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space. What am I?.

  2. I am the beginning of everything, the end of time and space, the beginning of every end, and the end of every place. What am I? Want to see the obvious answer.

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