Russian Easter Special An egg is dearest at Easter. A non-Easter variant: A spoon is a treasure at dinner-time. English counterparts: Everything is good in its season.
The last riddle was a long time ago. Still, for those who remember, the answer is A SHADOW! The new one is as follows: On the ceiling, a mesh hangs. It was not made by human hands.
An apple won’t fall far from the tree. (Compare Eng: Like father like son) A more modern variation on the theme: An aspen won’t bear oranges. (Eng: You can’t make a silk purse from a sow’s ear)
Last week’s riddle was about two separated brothers. They are, of course, EYES! This week, the riddle is more down to earth: No matter how much you step on it, it’ll continue to run on ahead.
Don’t go to someone else’s monastery with your own rules. Another variant: Don’t go to Tula with your own samovar. (Tula is famous for its samovar manufacturing.) Compare with the Eng.: When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Last time, we gave you a perplexing colour-based puzzle. We are excited to reveal that the answer is: COW! This week, the riddle will make your eyes water: Two brothers live across the road from one another and never see each other. 🙁 Good luck!
Don’t spit in the well, you may have to drink from it. It means that you should not show disregard to others in case you need their help in the future. Compare with eng.: Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.
The last riddle’s answer is RAINBOW! This week’s riddle is from the farmyard and it goes as follows: It itself is brown, it eats green and it gives white. Good luck!
The answer to Riddle 4 is: Carrot! Today’s exciting riddle is as follows: A painted yoke hangs across a river. For those who do not know what a (milkmaid’s) yoke is, an image of it in use is attached below:
A frightened crow is afraid even of a bush. (Eng. Once bitten, twice shy). or, an alternative: He who burns himself on milk will start to blow on water. In summary, negative experience will make you overly cautious.