Solving riddles and puzzles are a fun way to improve your critical thinking skills.
Doing so will also sharpen your memory, relax your mind, boost your productivity at work or school, and help you make better solutions to real-life problems faster and easier.
Are you ready for another batch of riddles that have left many people scratching their heads? Let’s start!
“3 doctors said that Paul was their brother. Paul said he had no brothers. Who was lying?”
Read it carefully and see if you can figure out the answer without viewing the solution below. Who was lying?
Here is the answer: No one is lying. Paul has three sisters.
“A haunted house has 3 rooms: The first is full of FIRE. The second has 4 LIONS that haven’t eaten for a year. The third has 8 thirsty VAMPIRES. Which room would you choose?”
Imagine you’re in a haunted house and you can only choose one room. Which one would you choose?
Here is the answer: The second room because the lions haven’t eaten for a year and would’ve died of starvation.
“There were 10 PEOPLE on a bus. Half an hour later, every single person left the bus. But there are still 4 PEOPLE left on the bus. How can this be?”
How is it possible that there are still four people on the bus if every single person already left?
Here is the answer: The remaining people on the bus are couples.
“There’s a one-story house where everything is yellow. The walls are yellow. The doors are yellow. Even all the furniture is yellow. The house has yellow beds and yellow couches. What color are the stairs?”
Are the stairs also yellow?
Here is the answer: There are no stairs because it is a one-story house.
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