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### Dream Riddle

Dream Riddle - 30 September

Two brothers were watching a horror film on video late one night. One brother dozed off and dreamed that he was being chased by the crazy man from the movie, who was trying to kill him. In the dream, he hid in a cupboard. There was no sound except his heart pounding, and he had no idea where his crazed captor was. He was terrified! At that moment, the video finished, and his brother put his hand on the shoulder of his sleeping sibling to wake him. The shock at that tense moment was enough that the sleeping brother suffered a massive heart attack and died instantly. True or false?

### Trivia Riddle

Trivia Riddle - 29 September

An American nightclub called 'The Coconut Grove' had a terrible fire in which over 400 people died. A simple design flaw in the building led to the death toll being so high. Subsequently, regulations were changed to ensure that all public buildings throughout the country eliminated this one detail which proved so deadly. What was it?

### Smart Puzzle

Smart Puzzle - 28 September

Assume there are approximately 5,000,000,000 (5 billion) people on Earth. What would you estimate to be the result, if you multiply together the number of fingers on every person's left-hands? (For the purposes of this exercise, thumbs count as fingers, for five fingers per hand.) If you cannot estimate the number then try to guess how long the number would be ?

### Logical Thinking Problem

Logical Thinking Problem - 27 September

Rose, Lily and Jasmine decided to buy flowers for their moms on Mother's Day. One of them bought lilies, the other roses, and the third one jasmines.
'It's funny!' said the girl with roses, 'we bought roses, jasmines and lilies, but none of us bought the flowers matching her name'.
'You're right!', said Lily.
What kind of flowers did each of the girls buy?

### Mathematical Problem

Mathematical Problem - 26 September

This odd little problem in domestic arithmetic was sprung by the cook upon Mrs. Smith when she wanted to know what the grocer charged for such small eggs.

'I paid twelve cents for the lot,' replied Bridget, 'but I made him throw in two extra ones, because they were so little, and you see that made them cost one cent a dozen less than his first asking price!'

Tell now how many eggs she received for her twelve cents?

### Mathamatical Symbol Puzzle

Mathamatical Symbol Puzzle - 25 September

Replace Question Mark With any mathamatical symbol to make statement Correct
(8 ? 0) ? (5 ? 4) ? (9 ? 5) = 3

### Lateral Thinking Puzzle

Lateral Thinking Puzzle - 24 September

A large truck is crossing a bridge 100 mile long. The bridge can only hold 14000 lbs, which is the exact weight of the truck. The truck makes it half way across the bridge and stops. A bird lands on the truck. Does the bridge collapse? Give a reason.

### Mystery Riddle

Mystery Riddle - 23 September

It was a dark stormy night and a couple were in a car racing madly through a foreign city. The car broke down and the husband had to go get help from someone who spoke his language. He was afraid to leave his wife alone in the car so he pulled up the windows and locked the car before leaving. When he came back, the car was in the same state as he had left it but his wife was dead, there was blood on the floor and there was a stranger in the car. What happened?

### FAQ Puzzle

FAQ Puzzle - 22 September

Ankit Garg holidaying abroad fell off a yacht into deep water. He could not swim and he was not wearing anything to keep him afloat. It took 30 minutes for the people on the yacht to realize someone was missing. The missing man was rescued two hours later. Why didn't he drown?

### Tricky Equation Puzzle

Tricky Equation Puzzle - 21 September

Can you arrange four 9's and use of atmost 2 math symbols , make the total be 100?

### Rebus Phrase Riddle

Rebus Phrase Riddle - 20 September

What phrase is represented by the Rebus

### Analytical Riddle

Analytical Riddle - 19 September

Aamir Khan buys rice at Rs60/kg from Britain and then sells them at Rs 5/kg pound in India.As a result of this he becomes a millionaire. How come?

### Thinking Puzzle

Thinking Puzzle - 18 September

You are driving down the road in your car on a wild, stormy night, when you pass by a bus stop and you see three people waiting for the bus

An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
An old friend who once saved your life.
The perfect partner you have been dreaming about.
Knowing that there can only be one passenger in your car, whom would you choose?

### Maths Time Puzzle

Maths Time Puzzle - 17 September

A large water tank has two inlet pipes (a large one and a small one) and one outlet pipe. It takes 3 hours to fill the tank with the large inlet pipe. On the other hand, it takes 6 hours to fill the tank with the small inlet pipe. The outlet pipe allows the full tank to be emptied in 9 hours.

What fraction of the tank (initially empty) will be filled in 0.64 hours if all three pipes are in operation? Give your answer to two decimal places (e.g., 0.25, 0.5, or 0.75).

### Most Stupid Question

Most Stupid Question - 16 September

What can you serve, but never eat?

### Dictionary Spell Riddle

Dictionary Spell Riddle - 15 September

I noticed one of word in oxford dictionary is spelled incorrectly. What about you ?

### Phrase Puzzle

Phrase Puzzle - 14 September

what common phrase is represented by below lines

Easy going:
Weak, 'I'm going.'
Tough, 'I'm staying.'

Medium going:
Weak, 'I'm going.'
Tough, 'I'm staying.'

Tough going:
Weak, 'I can't do it, I'm staying!'
Tough, 'Let's get going.'

### Maths Logic Puzzle

Maths Logic Puzzle - 13 September

There is hypothetical state between india and pakistan border 'paglapur'.
Here 70 percent of the population have defective eyesight, 75 percent are hard of hearing, 80 percent have sinus trouble and 85 percent suffer from allergies, what percentage (at a minimum) suffer from all four ailments?

### Tricky Statement Problem

Tricky Statement Problem - 12 September

13 people came into a hotel with 12 rooms and each guest wanted his own room. The bellboy solved this problem. He asked the thirteenth guest to wait a little with the first guest in room number 1. So in the first room there were two people. The bellboy took the third guest to room number 2, the fourth to number 3, ..., and the twelfth guest to room number 11. Then he returned to room number 1 and took the thirteenth guest to room number 12, still vacant. How can everybody have his own room?

### Logic Picture Puzzle

Logic Picture Puzzle - 11 September

What phrase is represented by this rebus

### Easy Logic Problem

Easy Logic Problem - 10 September

My sock drawer has 26 blue socks, 13 pink socks, 33 green socks, and 12 red socks, how many socks would I have to pull out in the dark to be sure i had a matching pair?

### Logic Word Puzzle

Logic Word Puzzle - 9 September

You can take four of the five letters out of this word, but the pronunciation never changes. What is the word?

Ask A Stupid Question - 8 September

Why do people go to bed ?

Answer This Riddle - 7 September

What can travel around the world while staying in a corner?

### Number Series Problem

Number Series Problem - 6 September

What number comes next in this sequence:
7 8 5 5 3 4 4 ?

### Funny Rebus Puzzle

Funny Rebus Puzzle - 5 September

What Word is represented by this rebus.?

### Maths Handshake Puzzle

Maths Handshake Puzzle - 4 September

At a party, everyone shook hands with everybody else. There were 66 handshakes. How many people were at the party?

### Monty Hall Problem Puzzle

Monty Hall Problem Puzzle - 3 September

The host of a game show, offers the guest a choice of three doors. Behind one is a expensive car, but behind the other two are goats.
After you have chosen one door, he reveals one of the other two doors behind which is a goat (he wouldn't reveal a car).

Now he gives you the chance to switch to the other unrevealed door or stay at your initial choice. You will then get what is behind that door.

You cannot hear the goats from behind the doors, or in any way know which door has the prize.

Should you stay, or switch, or doesn't it matter?

### Detective Brain Teaser

Detective Brain Teaser - 2 September

Detective Ixolite of the NYPD was investigating a murder at Chicago.
It was a difficult case, and Ixolite was completely stumped until he noticed a message sent to him by the killer cunningly hidden in a newspaper advertisement selling Car Licence Plates.
Detective Ixolite thought about it for a while, and when he had solved the puzzle, immediately arrested the guilty man.

Q1) How did Ixolite know the advert was a clue for him?

Q2) Solve the code and tell me who Ixolite arrested.

This is the newspaper advert (Car licence plates for sale) that Detective Ixolite saw.

Plates For Sale;

[W 05 NWO]
[H 13 HSR ]
[O 05 EBM]
[D 08 UNE]
[U 10 HTY]
[N 04 BRE]
[N 16 TTE]
[I 26 LHC ]
[T 10 AEE]
[I 26 CNA]
[X 22 VDA]