#1 - RIDDLE OF THE DAY 29 april

A man was killed on Sunday morning. His wife found the body and called the police. The police arrived and questioned the chef, maid, butler, and gardener. Their alibis were:
Chef - making breakfast
Maid - getting mail
Butler - setting table
Gardener - watering plants
The police immediately arrested the criminal. Who was it and how did they know?

maid- coz it was sunday and there will be no mail deliveries.

#2 - anagram riddle 28 april

Below are 3 anagrams of holidays. Can you figure them out?

1. Charm sits
2. Art see
3. Ale hen low

1.christmas
2.easter
3.halloween

#3 - Short Riddle 27 april

How far can a dog run into the forest?

halfway in the forest
because if he runs more than that he would be running out of the forest

#4 - Letter Riddle

How is the letter g like 12:00 pm?

because.. in a clock 12 is the on opposite to 6... and g turned upside down..looks like 6?

#5 - Humor Quiz

A chicken farmer also has some cows for a total of 30 animals, and the animals have 74 legs in all. How many chickens does the farmer have?

** ans is not The farmer has 23 chickens. (and 7 cows).

This is a typical algebra problem with two unknowns, and we need to have two equations to solve the problem. Let X be the number of cows, and Y the number of chickens.

The number of cows plus the number of chickens equals 30:
X + Y = 30
Since cows have four legs and chickens have two legs, we can also have an equation for the number of legs.
4 X + 2 Y = 74
Rearranging the first equation we get
X = 30 - Y
Substituting X in the second equation gives us
4 (30 - Y) + 2 Y = 74

120 - 4 Y + 2 Y = 74

-2 Y = 74 - 120 = -46

Y = 23

Everone is guessing so
This is humor quiz : so we should consider farmer's legs or even wife legs or

#6 - Hardest Brain Teaser 22april

A palindrome is a word that reads the same when spelled backwards (eg rotavator).
How could the following word be considered a palindrome?

FOOTSTOOL

Footstool is a palindrome when written in Morse code. It looks like:
..-. --- --- - ... - --- --- .-..

#7 - Pirate Puzzle

The eldest pirate will propose a 97 : 0 : 1 : 0 : 2 split.

Working backwards, splits in terms of younger to older:

2 Pirates: Pirate Two splits the coins 100 : 0 (giving all to the other pirate). Otherwise, and perhaps even then, Pirate One (the youngest) would vote against him and over he goes!

3 Pirates: Pirate Three splits the coins 0 : 1 : 99. Pirate One (the youngest) is going to vote against him no matter what (see above), but this way, Pirate Two will vote for him, to get at least one gold out of it.

4 Pirates: Pirate Four splits the coins 1 : 2 : 0 : 97. This way, Pirate One will vote for him, and so will Pirate Two - they're getting more than they would under 3 pirates.

5 Pirates: Pirate five splits the coins 2 : 0 : 1: 0 : 97. This way, Pirate One will vote for him, and so will Pirate Three - they're both getting better than they would under 4.

The eldest pirate will propose a 97 : 0 : 1 : 0 : 2 split.

Working backwards, splits in terms of younger to older:

2 Pirates: Pirate Two splits the coins 100 : 0 (giving all to the other pirate). Otherwise, and perhaps even then, Pirate One (the youngest) would vote against him and over he goes!

3 Pirates: Pirate Three splits the coins 0 : 1 : 99. Pirate One (the youngest) is going to vote against him no matter what (see above), but this way, Pirate Two will vote for him, to get at least one gold out of it.

4 Pirates: Pirate Four splits the coins 1 : 2 : 0 : 97. This way, Pirate One will vote for him, and so will Pirate Two - they're getting more than they would under 3 pirates.

5 Pirates: Pirate five splits the coins 2 : 0 : 1: 0 : 97. This way, Pirate One will vote for him, and so will Pirate Three - they're both getting better than they would under 4.

#8 - Trick Teaser Puzzle

Rhonda will go see ballet but not opera. Her favorite number is eight and she doesn't like nine. She likes salmon but not trout. She hates Mondays but likes Wednesdays. Does she use a comb or a brush?

Rhonda uses a comb. She likes words that have silent letters, like her name.

#9 - Identical Twin Puzzle

Two women apply for a job. They are identical. They have the same mother, father and birthday. The interviewer asks, 'Are you twins?' to which they honestly reply, 'No'.

How is this possible?

they were triplets

#10 - sequence number puzzle

What is special about the following sequence of numbers?
8 5 4 9 1 7 6 10 3 2 0

the numbers are in alphabetical order.
(eight, five, four, nine, one, seven, six, ten, three, two, zero