You Are A Genius If You Can Solve These 8 Puzzles In 30 Seconds.
Our brains are in constant need of stimulation without which they would not function well. When you don’t provide exercise for your brains, your cells regenerate faster increasing the risk of memory issues, cognitive impairment and even Alzheimer’s disease. That being said, let’s go to the fun part. Here are 12 puzzles for you. Let’s see if you can figure them out. They may look simple but aren’t exactly. You need to solve them in the least time possible. It will definitely improve your grey matter.
1Puzzle 1:Who is poor?
The women you see in the picture are single women but one of them is poor and has been living in poverty for several years. She just went on to rob a bank to pay off her debts. Can you spot her? Check the answer on the next page.
Answer to puzzle 1
Did you manage to find the answers? The answer is the woman on the left. First of all, there are too many food items stocked up to the point of being more than necessary and not what you would find in a usual household. She is also wearing clothes and jewelry that people won’t usually wear at home.
2Puzzle 2: Can you find 3 words?
There are three words hidden in this picture. The picture is obviously a nice one with three people gardening on a nice sunny day. Let’s see if you can spot three words in the picture but in less time possible. Check the answer on the next page.
Answer to puzzle two
Did you manage to find the three words that were scattered around the picture? They are Garden, Bloom and Farm. You will find them outlined there in the image for you. This was pretty easy and you should have got them in less than thirty seconds.
4Puzzle 3: Which way should he choose?
While in the South Pole, this man was caught in a storm. He found two caves but one cave had a hungry polar bear and the other was filled with toxic radioactive waste. So help him choose the right cave.
Answer to puzzle 3
Well obviously he should take the first cave and you want to know why? Because there are no polar bears in the South Pole. Polar bears only live in the North Pole and Arctic regions while Penguins will be found in Antarctica.