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An enigma is a person or thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to understand. Below are a list of past weekly challenge enigma's listed in descending chronological order.
One word in this sentence is misspelled. What word is it?
MISSPELLED. It isn't spelled wrong, the one word in this sentence IS "misspelled."
Two mothers and two daughters go shopping. They have $21, which they split equally between them. How can this be possible?
There are only three people. One of the mothers is a daughter also, because there is a grandmother, a mother and a daughter! They each get $7 exactly.
How many times can you subtract the number 5 from 25?
Only one time. After that, you would be subtracting from 20.
If life gets tough, what do you have that you can always count on?
I am the beginning of sorrow, and the end of sickness. You cannot express happiness without me, yet I am in the midst of crosses. I am always in risk, yet never in danger. You may find me in the sun, but I am never out of darkness.
The letter S.
If a fire hydrant has H2O inside, what does it have on the outside?
K9P (you'll get it eventually).
My life can be measured in hours, I serve by being devoured. Thin, I am quick. Fat, I am slow. Wind is my foe. What am I?
I am a candle.
Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon, and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town?
Easy, three melons!
Three lives have I. Gentle enough to soothe the skin, Light enough to caress the sky, Hard enough to crack rocks.
I am Water.
I am only useful When I am full, Yet I am always Full of holes. What am I?
I am a Sponge.
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