These are puzzles that need deliberation, intelligence, and a dash of ingenuity. Furthermore, teasing your brain will push you to think hard and think outside the box at times.
You throw away the outside then eat the inside. Then you throw away the outside and eat the inside. What is it?
A cyclist in a cross-country race, just before the crossing finish line overtakes the person in second place. What place did the cyclist finish in?
A sundial is the timepiece with the least amount of moving parts. What is the timepiece with the greatest amount of moving parts?
The person who makes it, has no need of it. The person who buys it, has no use for it. The person who uses it can neither see nor feel it. What is it?
You have a dime and a dollar. You buy a dog and a collar. The dog costs one dollar more than the collar. How much is the collar?
A doctor gives you 5 pills and tells you to take one every 30 minutes. How long will it take you to finish the pills if you follow the doctors orders?
The rungs of a 10 foot ladder attached to a ship are 1 foot apart. If the water is rising at the rate of two foot an hour, how long will it take until the water covers over the ladder?
What are four days of the week that begin with the letter “T”?
A hobo can make a new cigarette from 4 cigarette buts. If the hobo finds 16 cigarette butts, how many cigarettes can he make?
Thirty-two white horses on a red hill. When you talk, they move. When you’re silent, they stand still. They can be lost, but replaced only once.
A man leaves home and turns left three times. When he returns home he finds two men wearing masks. Who are the two men?
What English word sounds the same even after you take away four of its five letters?
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