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# Test Your Mind With Riddles

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#1:
Create a number greater than three but less than 4 with
three toothpicks (not drawing on the ground).

#2:
You're in a room with two doors, one will save you
while the other won't. Two men are guarding the
doors, one on each. One will always lie, while the
other will always tell the truth (you don't know which
is which). You have to find out which door will save
you by asking both guards. What would this one question
be, that after asking it, you'll immediately know
which door will save you?

#3:
What is it that you don't want to have, but you really
don't want to lose?

#4:
The buyer doesn't need, the seller doesn't want, and
the one who has it doesn't know he has it. What is it?

#5:
You're in the basement of a three-story building.
Each story has a light bulb, and all three switches
for the light bulbs are in front of you. When you step out
of the basement, you can only have one switch on, and you
can't go back to the basement after that. How would you
find out which switch belongs to which bulb? You have
one hour to figure it out or you will die.

#6:
Two sisters were born in the same year by the same person.
They were born the same month, same day, and same hour,
but they're not twins, why?

#7:
You're a circus clown heading home. On the way, you have
to cross a bridge. However, this bridge can only sustain 160 lbs.
Anything above that will break it instantly. You just went to
the doctor yesterday and found out that you weigh 159lbs. In
the circus, you bought 3 apples, each weighs .5 pound.
The total mass you have right now is 160.5 lbs.
What would you have to do to cross this bridge safely (You can't
go back once you started walking across the bridge)?

#8:
You're a farmer going home, this time, you bring along
with you a tiger, a zebu, and a small stack of hay. The
tiger will eat the zebu if you're not with them, and the
zebu will eat the hay if he sees that you're gone. As
always, you have to cross the river. Today, the boat can
only bring you and one of the three items(tiger, zebu, hay)
across the river at a time. You don't want to lose any of the
three items, how would you successfully bring all three to
the other side?

#9:
Two fathers and two sons went out fishing. Each caught a fish,
how come only three fish were counted at the end?
(none were lost)

#10:
What room has no walls, no ceiling and no floor?

#11:
A monk, a lawyer, a doctor;
They slept at this girl's house,
in the morning, the girl called the
police and told them that one of those
3 people raped her, the police came
and arrested the monk.
Why?

#12:
Why can't you take a picture of a man
with a wooden leg?

#13:
Think of words ending in -GRY. Angry and hungry are two of them.
There are only thee words in the English language. What is the
third word? The word is something that everyone uses every day.
If you have listened carefully, I have already told you what it is."

#14:
A man calls his wife from work to say he would be home a little late,
probably around eight.  Indeed, he did arrive home at 2 minutes past eight.
His wife was furious at his late arrival. Why?

#15:
In class, the teacher gave a test to Jenn and Allison.  Allison read
the test, folded her arms and answered none of the questions on the test.
Jenn carefully wrote out all the answers - good answers to the questions.
The teacher collected the tests - Allison handed in a blank paper and
Jenn handed in her work.  Allison earned an A on the test and Jenn
earned a D.  Explain.

#16:
Here on earth it is true, yesterday is always before today; but
there is a place where yesterday is always after today. Where?

#17:
Pennsylvania starts with a P and ends with an E.  Explain

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