Brain teasers riddles and answers

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  • A SHARPSHOOTER HUNG UP HIS HAT AND PUT ON A BLINDFOLD. HE THEN WALKED 100 YARDS, TURN AROUND AND SHOT A BULLET THROUGH HIS HAT. THE BLINDFOLD WAS A PERFECTLY GOOD ONE, COMPLETELY BLOCKING THE MAN’S VISION. HOE DID HE MANAGES THIS?

HE HUNG HIS HAT ON THE BARREL OF THE GUN

  • THE KING DIES AND TWO MEN, THE TRUE HEIR, AND AN IMPOSTOR BOTH CLAIM TO BE HIS LONG-LOST SON. BOTH FIT THE DESCRIPTION OF THE RIGHTFUL HEIR: ABOUT THE RIGHT AGE, HEIGHT, COLORING AND GENERAL APPEARANCE. FINALLY, ONE OF THE ELDERS PROPOSES A TEST TO IDENTIFY THE TRUE HEIR. ONE MAN AGREES TO THE TEST WHILE THE OTHER FLATLY REFUSES. THE ONE WHO AGREES IS IMMEDIATELY SENT ON HIS WAY AND ONE WHO REFUSES IS CORRECTLY IDENTIFIED AS THE RIGHTFUL HEIR. CAN YOU FIGURE OUT WHY?

THE TEST WAS A BLOOD TEST. THE ELDER REMEMBERED THAT THE TRUE PRINCE WAS HEMOPHILIAC

  • WHAT WORD STARTING WITH BR THAT WITH THE ADDITION OF THE LETTER E, BECOMES ANOTHER WORD THAT SOUNDS THE SAME AS THE FIRST?

BRAKING BECOMES BREAKING

  • CHIMADENA

MADE IN CHINA (CHI____NA)

  • TWO CONVICTS ARE LOCKED IN A CELL. THERE IS AN UNBARRED WINDOW HIGH UP IN THE CELL. NO MATTER IF THEY STAND ON THE BED OR ON TOP OF THE OTHER THEY CAN’T REACH THE WIDOW TO ESCAPE. THEY THEN DECIDE TO TUNNEL OUT. HOWEVER, THEY GIVE UP WITH THE TUNNELING BECAUSE IT WILL TAKE TOO LONG. FINALLY ONE OF THE CONVICTS FIGURES OUT HOW TO ESCAPE FROM THE CELL. WHAT IS HIS PLAN?

HIS PLANS IS TO DIG THE TUNNEL AND PILE UP THE DIRT TO CLIMB UP TO THE WINDOW TO ESCAPE

  • A HORSE TRAVEL A CERTAIN DISTANCE EACH DAY, STRANGELY ENOUGH, TWO OF IT’S LEGS TRAVEL 30 MILES EACH DAY AND THE OTHER TWO LEGS NEARLY 31 MILES. IT WOULD SEEM THAT TWO OF THE HORSE’S LEGS MUST ONE MILE AHEAD OF THE OTHER TWO LEGS BUT OF COURSE, THIS CAN’T BE TRUE. SINCE THE HORSE IS NORMAL. HOW IS THIS SITUATION POSSIBLE?

THE HORSE OPERATES A MILL AND TRAVELS IN A CIRCULAR CLOCKWISE DIRECTION. THE TWO OUTSIDE LEGS WILL TRAVEL A GREATER DISTANCE THAN THE TWO INSIDE LEGS.

  • PICTURES THREE BOXES CONTAINING FRUIT. THE FIRST BOX IS MARKED PEACHES, THE SECOND IS MARKED ORANGES AND THE THIRD IS MARKED PEACHES AND ORANGES. EACH OF THE BOXES IS LABELLED INCORRECTLY HOW COULD YOU LABEL EACH BOX CORRECTLY IF YOU WERE ALLOWED TO SELECT ONLY FRUIT FROM ON OF THE BOXES?

FIRST, YOU SELECT A FRUIT FROM THE BOX MARKED PEACHES AND ORANGES. IF IT WAS A ORANGE YOU SELECTED, YOU KNOW THAT THE BOX COULD ONLY CONTAIN ORANGES. IF IT WAS A PEACH, YOU KNOW THAT THE BOX COULD ONLY CONTAIN PEACHES SINCE EACH BOX IS INCORRECTLY MARKED

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