# What can you get but not throw?

## What can you get but not throw?

The answer for What can you catch, but not throw? Riddle is “Cold.”

## What has an eye but can’t see?

needle
The needle has an opening at one end which is the eye of it. Despite that eye, the needle cannot see. Therefore, What has one eye but cannot see answer is a needle.

What is always coming but never comes?

The one-word answer to this simple riddle is ‘Tomorrow’. Tomorrow never comes, but people always push back their plans and say that they will “do it tomorrow”. So tomorrow is always coming but it never actually arrives.

### What has words but never speaks Who am I?

The answer to the What has Words but Never Speaks Riddle is “A book”. The Logical explanation to this riddle is ” A book has words to read, a human can read the book as it consists of words but a book never speak”.

### What goes from Z to A?

The Word Zebra starts with the Letter ‘Z’ and ends with the Letter ‘A’. So, the correct answer to the riddle is Zebra.

What has a neck but no head?

The answer to the “who is that with a neck and no head” riddle is “a shirt”. There you have it!

## What has 13 hearts but no organs?

deck of playing cards
Q: What has 13 hearts, but no other organs? … A: A deck of playing cards.

## What has 1000 eyes but Cannot see?

Riddle answer: What has an eye but cannot see? The answer to the “what has an eye but cannot see” riddle is a needle.

What gets more wet while it dries?

towel
What gets wet while drying? The answer is: A towel.

### What is white when it’s dirty?

The answer to this interesting What Becomes White When It Is Dirty? Riddle is Blackboard.

### What’s full of holes but still holds water?

Riddle: What is full of holes but still holds water? The answer is: A Sponge.

What is higher than the king?

Both emperors and kings are monarchs, but emperor and empress are considered the higher monarchical titles.

## What can you catch but not throw?

What can you catch but not throw. ANSWER: Cold.

## Can you catch the flu but can’t throw it?

So, in conclusion, if an object that you are aware of, once caught, becomes something else ( a raindrop is only a “raindrop” while it is falling from the sky; where on impact is then JUST water), that object qualifies as a potential answer to this question. The flu/ cold because you can catch it but cannot throw.

Can you throw money or throw a bullet?

Whoever said money, a bullet and various falling people, you can throw a bullet (just at a slower speed), you can throw money easily (try wishing wells), and you can throw people if you’re strong enough. The question is whether you would want to on that last one.