# All Puzzles

• What is LuisSuarez\’s (Soccer Player) favourite tea?

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• What can you serve, but never eat?

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• My sock drawer has 26 blue socks, 13 pink socks, 33 green socks, and 12 red socks, how many socks would I have to pull out in the dark to be sure I had a matching pair?

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• A police officer was passing by when he saw a guy hiding. He walked up to him and genially asked, “What is your name?”

“Shut up!” the boy responded.

“Up that tree,” said the boy discourteously, directing to a neighbouring tree.

You’re looking for trouble, aren’t you?” said the police officer.

“No, trouble is looking for me!” the boy answered solemnly.

Why is the boy behaving like this?

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• Ten coins have been arranged as you can see in the given picture. In this arrangement, a triangle is formed pointing upwards. You have to invert the position of the triangle and make it point downwards while changing the position of 3 coins only. Can you do it?

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• Women do it once a year after they turn 19 but men get to do it only once in a lifetime. What is it?

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• In a particular village, only two barbershops exist.

The first shop has a handsome barber with a neat haircut who is handsomely dressed in clean clothes and is extremely humble with his body language. The place is clean and looks hygienic.

In the second shop, you can find a barber with shabby clothing. His hairs are weirdly cut and his clothes still have the stains from last night’s dinner. The place is not clean as well and reeks a bit.

You visit the village for the first time and decide to get your haircut. Which barbershop would you like to go for that and why?

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• How many words can a quill made with the feather of a pigeon write with a 100ml bottle of black ink?

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• Bobby and Wilbur decided to take their respective car out of the garage and race. None of them cheated and they both stood at the start time and decided to cover a distance in full throttle. The first to reach the mark was to be declared the winner.

Upon reaching the finishing mark, they found out that Bobby’s car was 1.2 times faster than Wilbur’s. Now, Wilbur had reached the mark about 1 minute and 30 seconds later than Bobby. Bobby’s car reached the mark of 60 MPH on average.

Can you calculate the distance between the starting mark and the final mark with the help of the given data?

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