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  • There is a kingdom and in the kingdom when you drink a poison the only way to cure yourself is to drink a stronger poison to neutralize it. The King wants to make the strongest poison possible in order to make sure he can neutralize any other poison he may be given. To do this he enlists the two best chemists of the land: Tom and Bob.

    The king is going to have them both create a poison as strong as they can then have them drink the other person’s poison then their own. Whoever dies created the weaker poison. Tom knows that Bob is much better at making poisons and he is sure to make a stronger poison. Knowing this, Tom makes a plan that ensures he lives and Bob dies.

    The day of the contest arrives and Bob realizes that Tom must have known he had no chance against his prowess as a poison maker. So Bob thinks quickly and creates a new plan that ensures that once again he will live and Tom will die.

    In the end Bob lives, Tom dies, and the King doesn’t get what he wants.

    What happened?

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  • You have been given the task of transporting 3,000 apples 1,000 miles from Appleland to Bananaville. Your truck can carry 1,000 apples at a time. Every time you travel a mile towards Bananaville you must pay a tax of 1 apple but you pay nothing when going in the other direction (towards Appleland).

    What is highest number of apples you can get to Bananaville?

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  • Q: What has a foot but no legs?

    Q: Poor people have it. Rich people need it. If you eat it you die. What is it?

    Q: What comes down but never goes up?

    Q: I’m tall when I’m young and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?

    Q: Mary’s father has 5 daughters – Nana, Nene, Nini, Nono. What is the fifth daughters name?

    Q: How can a pants pocket be empty and still have something in it?

    Q: In a one-story pink house, there was a pink person, a pink cat, a pink fish, a pink computer, a pink chair, a pink table, a pink telephone, a pink shower– everything was pink!
    What color were the stairs?

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  • Three Palefaces were taken captive by a hostile Indian tribe. According to tribe’s custom they had to pass an intelligence test, or die.
    The chieftain showed 5 headbands – 2 red and 3 white. The 3 men were blindfolded and positioned one after another, face to back. The chief put a headband on each of their heads, hid two remaining headbands, and removed their blindfolds. So the third man could see the headbands on the two men in front of him, the second man could see the headband on the first, and the first could not see any headbands at all.
    According to the rules any one of the three men could speak first and try to guess his headband color. And if he guessed correctly – they passed the test and could go free, if not – they failed. It so happened that all 3 Palefaces were prominent logicians from a nearby academy. So after a few moments of silence, the first man in the line said: “My headband is …”.
    What color was his head band? Why?

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  • After losing the “Spot on the Forehead” contest, the two defeated Puzzle Masters complained that the winner had made a slight pause before raising his hand, thus derailing their deductive reasoning train of thought. And so the Grand Master vowed to set up a truly fair test to reveal the best logician amongst them.
    He showed the three men 5 hats – two white and three black. Then he turned off the lights in the room and put a hat on each Puzzle Master’s head. After that the old sage hid the remaining two hats, but before he could turn the lights on, one of the Masters, as chance would have it, the winner of the previous contest, announced the color of his hat. And he was right once again.
    What color was his hat? What could have been his reasoning?

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  • Pirate and gold coin

    The five pirates mentioned previously(http://puzzlefry.com/puzzles/gold-coins-puzzle/)are joined by a sixth, then plunder a ship with only one gold coin.

    After venting some of their frustration by killing all on board the ship, they now need to divvy up the one coin. They are so angry, they now value in priority order:
    1. Their lives
    2. Getting money
    3. Seeing other pirates die.

    So if given the choice between two outcomes, in which they get the same amount of money, they’d choose the outcome where they get to see more of the other pirates die.

    How can the captain save his skin?

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  • time-puzzle

    Two observations were made of a clock at different time:
    1st observation:
    The hour hand is exactly at a minute mark and the minute hand is six minutes ahead of it.

    2nd observation:
    The hour hand is exactly on a dissimilar minute mark and the minute hand is seven minutes ahead of it.

    Can you find out how much time has passed between the above two observations?

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  • The Scoop
    Tristan’s sister Angela and her four friends love to share their most recent diary entries with each other at sleepovers. This last sleepover, Tristan was able to snag each of the girls’ diaries after they fell asleep. He flipped through them and found that each girl had a different crush, a different favorite shade of nail polish, and a different preference in ice cream flavors – and each of them had a big, juicy secret! See if you can figure out what he learned about each of his sister’s friends – and his sister.

    The Choices
    Girls: Angela, Mandy, Savannah, Alyssa, and Lily
    Crushes: Josh, Noah, Luke, Ben, and Sam
    Nail Polish Shades: Lavender, Lime, Banana, Sky, and Crimson
    Ice Cream Flavors: Rocky Road, Rainbow Sherbet, Cookie Dough, Reese’s Peanut Butter, and Raspberry Cheesecake
    Juicy Secrets: Still sleeps with a blankie, Loves lima beans, Hates Justin Bieber, Is really into cars, and Wants to be a lunch lady

    The Clues
    Tristan read five different entries for January 7th. One said, “Noah said, ‘Nice hair, Savannah,’ and I felt special.” Another said, “My nails are purple again, just like I like them.” A third said, “I wish Luke would look at me.” The fourth said, “I lost my beloved blankie this morning.” The last said, “I’m dying for some more of that rainbow sherbet.”

    “January 8th. Dear Diary, I accidentally chipped one of my perfect, lime-green nails today while doing my daily private anti-Justin Bieber ritual.”

    “January 9th. Dear Diary, Josh caught me examining his awesome antique Chevrolet after school today. I guess I was kind of hoping he would.”

    “January 10th. Dear Diary, Angela was writing a love note today. I tried glancing over her shoulder, but all I caught was the second letter of its recipient’s name, which looked like either a U or an A, and something about being a lunch lady before she yanked it away.”

    “January 11th. Dear Diary, I hope Sam likes the color red…I also hope he doesn’t mind girls who still sleep with blankies…”

    “January 12th. Dear Diary, I think it’s funny that both me and Savannah like nail polishes that are named after fruits. Love, Alyssa.”

    “January 13th. Dear Diary, I saw Sam eating Reese’s Peanut Butter ice cream yesterday. Could this be a sign that we’re meant to be? Love, Mandy.”

    “January 14th. Dear Diary, I just noticed that the name of my favorite shade of nail polish has something majorly in common with my name, and Alyssa’s favorite shade starts with the same letter as her crush’s name.”

    “January 15th. Dear Diary, The girls were over at my house last night, and someone flicked cookie dough ice cream at me. It couldn’t have been Angela, who will only eat raspberry cheesecake ice cream, and Savannah was in the bathroom…”

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  • Here is snippet of section A of the curious multiple-choice entrance exam into the exclusive Puzzlefry puzzle club.


    1. The first question with B as the correct answer is:

    A. 1
    B. 4
    C. 3
    D. 2

    2. The answer to Question 4 is:

    A. D
    B. A
    C. B
    D. C

    3. The answer to Question 1 is:

    A. D
    B. C
    C. B
    D. A

    4. The number of questions which have D as the correct answer is:

    A. 3
    B. 2
    C. 1
    D. 0

    5. The number of questions which have B as the correct answer is:
    A. 0
    B. 2
    C. 3
    D. 1


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  • In a street there are five houses, painted five different colours. In each house lives a person of different nationality.
    These five home-owners each drink a different kind of beverage, smoke different brand of cigar and keep a different pet.

    1. The British man lives in a red house.
    2. The Swedish man keeps dogs as pets.
    3. The Danish man drinks tea.
    4. The Green house is next to, and on the left of the White house.
    5. The owner of the Green house drinks coffee.
    6. The person who smokes Pall Mall rears birds.
    7. The owner of the Yellow house smokes Dunhill.
    8. The man living in the center house drinks milk.
    9. The Norwegian lives in the first house.
    10. The man who smokes Blends lives next to the one who keeps cats.
    11. The man who keeps horses lives next to the man who smokes Dunhill.
    12. The man who smokes Blue Master drinks beer.
    13. The German smokes Prince.
    14. The Norwegian lives next to the blue house.
    15. The Blends smoker lives next to the one who drinks water.

    Who owns the fish?

    This riddle was by Albert Einstein. He claims that only 2% of the world’s population can solve it.

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