These 15 Puzzles Are A Lot Trickier Than They Seem
We all love puzzles even as adults. There really is no age for solving puzzles as they are timeless. They test our brain capacity regardless of how old we are. They make us think and observe. You cannot rush a puzzle as the devil is in the details. You need to think calmly and make use of every part of your brain to solve it. They are a great way to pass the time and get your brain’s creative juices flowing.
1How many match sticks?
Look at this image of a lighter with some match sticks and can you tell us how many match sticks are there in the image? Look very carefully and think. The answer is right in front of you. The right answer is 8. There are eight match sticks in the image. Two are in the reflection of the lighter that do not count and three are behind the lighter.
2Who made this mess?
There are three children and a mother who is a mess. Which child is responsible for making that mess? Look at the children and try to figure out the right answer. The right answer is the second child who has dirt on her hand that is covering her mouth.
3Who is in danger?
Here is a simple one. There are three women working out in a gym but only one of them is in danger. Which one is it? The one on the exercise ball? The one on the treadmill or the one using the weight? The right answer is the one on the treadmill as she is chewing bubble gum while running which can easily be a choking hazard.
4Connect the dots
There are four dots making a square in this image. You need to make only three lines and without lifting your finger you need to connect all the dots? How do you do this? It sounds easy but it isn’t. The answer is to draw a triangle through the dots that will connect them with just three lines.
5Which one is lying?
This is the story. When the boy with the snowboard came back he saw his food was missing. The girl with the skates said that she was skating the whole day and the girl with the juice said she was drinking her juice the whole day. The one lying is the girl drinking the juice as her ice cubes still haven’t melted.