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These are the puzzles that require thought, intellect and a dab of creativity. Logic puzzles may require you to think hard and sometimes think outside the box. Boy oh boy though that feeling of satisfaction when you are done with a brain teaser? Totally worth it in the end! –tag “This is the one time it IS nice to tease”

Riddle:

I have no voice and yet I speak to you, I tell of all things in the world that people do. I have leaves, but I am not a tree, I have pages, but I am not a bride or royalty. I have a spine and hinges, but I am not a man or a door, I have told you all, I cannot tell you more. What am I?

Answer:

A Book.

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Riddle:

Which of the following words don't belong in the group and why? CORSET, COSTER, SECTOR, ESCORT, COURTS

Answer:

Courts. All of the others are anagrams of each other.

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Riddle:

I come in a cone but I am not food;

I will be skewed if you screw with my hue;

I come by the millions but you can probably only name a few.

What am I?

Answer:

Colors.

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Riddle:

Gaze at this sentence for just about sixty seconds and then explain what makes it quite different from the average sentence. Quick!

What is it?

Answer:

It contains all of the letters in the alphabet.

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Riddle:

In 1990, a person is 15 years old. In 1995 that same person is 10 years old. How is this possible?

Answer:

The years are in B.C.

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Riddle:

What country would you send a man to for his appetite?

Answer:

To Hungary.

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Riddle:

In 2000, a 40-year-old doctor told his son that when a little boy he decided to be a doctor by seeing a internet web site about performing a heart transplant on a puppy with a defective heart so that the puppy would live a normal life. I then thought that I would be a doctor so that I could help people in a similar way. What is the defect in this story?

Answer:

The internet did not exist when the doctor was a little boy.

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Riddle:

There is a certain family with both girl and boy children. Each of the boys has the same number of brothers as he has sisters. Each of the girls has twice as many brothers as she has sisters. How many boys and girls are there in this family?

Answer:

Four boys and three girls.

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Riddle:

How many three cent stamps are in a dozen?

Answer:

A dozen, although you probably said four.

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Riddle:

Which of the following statements are true, and which are false? 1. Only one of the statements is false 2. Exactly two of the statements are false. 3. Only three of the statements are false. 4. Exactly four of the statements are false. 5. All five of these statements are false.

Answer:

The only true statement can be #4. The others are false. #5 can't be true, because it says all the statements are false.

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