Best 50 Love Riddles That Are Sweet As Candy

Rajnandini Roychoudhury
Feb 22, 2024 By Rajnandini Roychoudhury
Originally Published on Dec 22, 2020
Edited by Monisha Kochhar
A landscape filled with hearts, candies, and love riddles on scrolls, embodying the sweetness and whimsy of romance.
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Why Love Riddles?

Love is a universal theme that appeals to people of all ages and cultures. People love to reflect on the emotions and experiences of love and enjoy playing with the mystery and joy that love brings.

Riddles about love can add humor and fun to the conversation about love, making it more enjoyable and memorable. It can challenge people to think critically about love and its many facets.

Love can be unpredictable and mysterious, making it an excellent subject for riddles that require creative thinking and problem-solving skills.

In conclusion, riddles related to love are popular because they offer a fun and engaging way to reflect on the complexities and joys of love and challenge people to think creatively about this important and universal theme. Here we have compiled a list of beautiful love riddles for love birds on Valentine's day.

Cute Riddles With Answers

1. It is priceless, but it comes to you for free. What is it? Answer: Love.

2. I am round, thin, shiny, and often studded with stones; I am a symbol of a relationship. What am I? Answer: A ring.

3. I am a five-lettered word. I am one reason for the butterflies in your stomach. I am one reason behind your daydreaming, I rhyme with rush, but you don't really want to rush when it comes to me. What am I? Answer: Crush.

4. I live inside you but not in your tummy; I am the symbol of love. What am I? Answer: Heart.

5. I have caused the worst of tragedies, yet I am chased and desired the most. What am I? Answer: Love.

6. What do you call two Italian ants? Answer: Romance.

7. I am on the outside and the inside. I can woo you and win your heart; for Keats, I am joy forever. What am I? Answer: Beauty.

8. I come in blue, black, and hazel shades; I am the subject of romantic lines; you can explore my depth. What am I? Answer: Eyes.

9. It is a form of love mothers can't take back after giving. What is it? Answer: Kiss.

10. I am available in thousands of colors. Each color symbolizes different aspects of love. I am used to celebrating new beginnings and expressing heartfelt goodbyes. What am I? Answer: Flower.

Romantic Riddles

11. What does an owl say to their crush on Valentine's Day? Answer: Owl be yours!

12. It is an eight-lettered phrase, said very often but needs to be more. What is it? Answer: I love you.

13. What did the sculptor say to his girlfriend? Answer: I love you with all of my art.

14. I am five-lettered word; I start with T and end with a T; without me, your love won't last. What am I? Answer: Trust.

15. I am a four-lettered word that ends with an E, but not love. I am a form of love that you share with essential people in your life. What am I? Answer: Care.

16. What did the paper clip say to the magnet? Answer: I find you very attractive

17. It's raining, and you pass a bus stop. There are three people there; your trustworthy friend, the love of your life, and a woman about to go into labor.

Your smart car only has two seats. What do you do? Answer: You first give your keys to your friend and let them take the woman to a hospital, then wait for the bus with your love.

18. I am very popular on valentine's day. Red is my popular shade, and my fragrance is lovely and related to romantic dates. What am I? Answer: Rose.

19. What do the bird couple call one another? Answer: Tweetheart

20. It connects two people, yet it touches only one. What is it? Answer: A wedding ring.

Cute Riddles For Your Crush

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21. It is mine, but you can only keep it. What is it? Answer: My heart.

22. I may be a quiet sense of happiness, sadness, or fear to many. I can be shown and sometimes just be gone, but I always come back before it's too long. What am I? Answer: Feelings.

23. It is a synonym for joy and begins with H; for me, it starts with U. What is it? Answer: Happiness.

24. What did the Valentine's Card say to the stamp? Answer: "Stick" with me, and we'll go places.

25. I can be offered. A very important part of a relationship is I survive when it is true. It starts with an L. What am I? Answer: Loyalty.

26. I am a nine-lettered word and rhyme with perfection; I am yet another name for love. What am I? Answer: Affection.

27. I may look grizzly, but I'm very soft and cuddly. I come in all sizes and am stuffed up. I can be a great Valentine's day gift. What am I? Answer: Teddy bear.

28. I am one symbol of love, the daughter of Heaven and Sea, and many envy my beauty. Who am I? Answer: Goddess of love- Venus.

29. It implies love and signifies commitment. All it needs is a small celebration and a shiny love band. What is it? Answer: A proposal.

30. What did the left eyebrow say to the right eyebrow? Answer: You look surprised to see me.

Funny Love Riddles

31. You can see me flying around with bows and arrows. I might hit you with it, but you will only feel love, not sorrow. Who am I? Answer: Cupid.

32. It can grow fast, and it can also die slowly. It can be joyful yet painful if you already know. What is it? Answer: A relationship.

33. You can steal it but not end up in prison. What is it? Answer: Another person's heart.

34. It is found in science and also among lovers. It has a magnetic quality. What is it? Answer: Attraction.

35. It can hurt you and ignite a heart; you might want to watch out for it. What is it? Answer: Cupid's arrow.

36. It comes once a year, and you hear about the romance it creates everywhere. Lovers seem to be eagerly waiting for its arrival. What is it? Answer: Valentine's Day.

37. What do snakes give each other when they say goodbye? Answer: A little hiss on the cheek

38. It is something both a foodie and a Dracula would say to their respective beloveds. What is it? Answer: Love at first bite.

39. I am a fish, but also god's love. I sound like a puppy, but I am not. What am I? Guppy love.

40. I am in your fantasies and also in rom-com books. I can be found in forests. What am I? Answer: Romance in the tropical.

41. Did Adam and Eve ever have a date? Answer: No, but they had an apple.

42. What is coming but never arrives? Answer: Tomorrow.

43. I am not a cruise sailing on the sea, but a beautiful thing where you want to be. What am I? Answer: Relationship.

44. Why did the notebook marry the pencil? Answer: She finally found Mr. Write.

45. It is something a bulb says to express his love; what is it? Answer: I love you a whole watt.

46. I am like a sweet connection, just like glue, connecting two things. What am I? Answer: Attachment.

47. I am a 12-lettered word and very important to initiate a relationship. What am I? Answer: Compatibility.

48. It lights up the whole vibe of the ocean, and it is the most romantic time of day for the ocean. What is it? Answer: When the buoy meets the gull.

49. What does a man with a broken leg say to the girl nurse he has feelings for? Answer: I have a crutch on you.

50. How do French chefs make you love them? Answer: They butter you up!

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Written by Rajnandini Roychoudhury

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English, Master of Arts specializing in English

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Rajnandini RoychoudhuryBachelor of Arts specializing in English, Master of Arts specializing in English

With a Master of Arts in English, Rajnandini has pursued her passion for the arts and has become an experienced content writer. She has worked with companies such as Writer's Zone and has had her writing skills recognized by publications such as The Telegraph. Rajnandini is also trilingual and enjoys various hobbies such as music, movies, travel, philanthropy, writing her blog, and reading classic British literature. 

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