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  • 1. Mind Bogglers Thinking Puzzles Tutor Time
  • 2. What do you put on a table, cut and then pass around, but would never actually eat?
  • 3. A deck of cards
  • 4. If there were eight crows on a wall near a sheep pen and the farmer shot one. How many crows would be left?
  • 5. One, the dead one. The rest would have flown away.
  • 6. I’m inside, half way up a building that has no windows or balconies, yet I’ve got an incredible view of the city around me. What sort of building am I?
  • 7. A multi story car park
  • 8. What is impossible to hold for half an hour, yet weighs virtually nothing?
  • 9. Your breath.
  • 10. A woman has three daughters who in turn each have three daughters. If they all get together in one room, how many pairs of grandmothers and granddaughters are there?
  • 11. Three and nine.
  • 12. Dave married two women without getting divorced, becoming a widower or committing bigamy. Explain?
  • 13. Dave is a priest who conducted two weddings.
  • 14. What holds water but is full of holes?
  • 15. A sponge.
  • 16. They can be made, laid down, bent and broken although its difficult to touch them. What are they?
  • 17. Rules.
  • 18. An airplane carrying 60 Mexican lawyers to a convention in Rio crashed and landed directly on the border between Colombia and Venezuela and Brazil. Under international law, where should the survivors be buried?
  • 19. You do not bury survivors.
  • 20. The makers does not need it, the buyer does not use it, and the user uses it without knowing. What is it?
  • 21. A coffin.
  • 22. Jenny works in a grocery store, she only weighed 6 pounds when she was born but now, aged 18, she is 5 foot ten inches tall with measurements of 38 36. What does she weigh?
  • 23. Fruit and vegetables.
  • 24. John and Jim fell asleep on airbeds and got swept out to sea. John was nearly drowned, Jim was nearly saved. Which of them a week later donated a weeks wages to the Lifeboat Institute?
  • 25. Jim; he was nearly drowned but was actually saved whereas John was nearly saved but drowned.
  • 26. Which would burn longer, a short fat candle or a long, thin, spirally, yellow one?
  • 27. Neither – candles burn shorter.
  • 28. A woman watched her husband plunge head first down a deep ravine, she returned home to find him in the kitchen chopping onions. How is this possible?
  • 29. Her husband was a stuntman and she had been watching him at work.
  • 30. A carrot, a football scarf and five buttons were found in a field. If nobody placed them there, how did they get there?
  • 31. They were the remains of a snowman after a thaw.
  • 32. If one man has three sacks of corn on his back, and another has four sacks on his back, which of them has the heaviest load?
  • 33. The first: Three sacks is heavier than four empty sacks.
  • 34. You enter a deserted house late at night. Inside there is an oil lamp, a stove of wood, and a gas fire. You only have one match, which should you light first?
  • 35. The match.
  • 36. Two fathers and two sons enter a shop and spend £1.50 each, the shop keeper takes £4.50. What happened to the rest?
  • 37. Only three men entered the shop, a son, a father and a grandfather, so only £4.50 was spent.
  • 38. A father and a son were involved in a car accident and rushed to the hospital. On seeing the unconscious young boy, the surgeon exclaimed @’h no, that’s my son’. How can this be true?
  • 39. The surgeon was the boys mother.
  • 40. A donkey was tied to a 6 yard rope. How did it manage to eat a pile of hay that was 50 feet away without biting through the rope?
  • 41. The other end of the rope wasn’t attached to anything.

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