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Fill In The Gap Puzzle #1 Solution

Below you will find the solution to the Fill In The Gap #1 puzzle. Sequence 1: E   J  ?   T   The answer is O. Going through the alphabet, there are 4 letters between E and J. There are 4 letters between J and O, and there are 4 letters between O and T. (E   f g h i   J   k l m n  O   p q r s  T)   Sequence 2: 5,  7,   ?  ... Read more

Fill In The Gap Puzzle #1

Take a look at the following sequence of letters. Can you figure out which letter replaces the question mark?   E   J  ?   T   How about which number replaces the question mark in this sequence of numbers?   5,  7,   ?  17,   25   And one more with letters again?   R   N   ?   F   Please leave your answers in the comments.... Read more

Word Steps #1

Word Steps are a fun and quick way to challenge your brain. Take a look at the puzzle below.     Only changing one letter at a time, you must find three words that take you from “CART” to “BAKE”. I’ve provided one solution, but you may find a different way. Please leave your answers in the comments below. I’d love to see them!  Read More →

Circle Word Games #2 – Solution

Below is the solution for Circle Word Games #2. If you haven’t worked the puzzle yet, please click the link above and take a look. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1) FIREWORKS 2) POLYGRAPH 3) PIRANHA 4) HYDROGEN 5) MUTINY 6) INTRIGUE 7) POSTHUMOUS  Read More →

Circle Word Games #1 – Solution

Below you’ll find the solution to Circle Word Games #1. If you haven’t worked the puzzle yet, please click here to have a go at it. . . . . . . . . . 1) exercise 2) influence 3) magazine 4) rhythm 5) landmark 6) nutrition Want more? Try Circle Word Games #2  Read More →

Circle Word Games #2

Here’s the second edition of our Circle Word Games. Your goal is to find the hidden word within each circle. There is one answer per circle. The word can start at any position, and it can either go clockwise or counter-clockwise. Here’s an example:   The answer is “anywhere” as you find the “a” and move around the circle towards the right. Alright, now it’s your turn.... Read more

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #1 Solution

The following is the solution to the lateral thinking puzzle: Three Men and Their Dinner. . . . . . . . The shepherd with three loaves of bread receives one coin. The shepherd with five loaves of bread receives seven coins. Why? We assume that all three men ate the same amount of bread. Three men splitting eight loaves would each get two and two-thirds loaves. So, after eating 2 and 2/3 of his loaves,... Read more

Three Men And Their Dinner – Lateral Thinking Puzzle #1

Here’s a classic lateral thinking puzzle that I posted to our facebook page: A hunter meets two shepherds. One of the shepherds is carrying three loaves of bread, and the other shepherd is carrying five loaves. The three men decide to share all of the loaves for dinner. After they finished, the hunter gave the two shepherds eight coins as payment for the meal. Assuming the loaves were all the... Read more

Circle Word Games #1

Circle word games are brain teasers that I loved growing up, and I thought I’d start sharing them with you. For those of you who’ve never seen these before, your task is to find the hidden word within each circle. There is one answer per circle. The word can start at any position, and it can either go clockwise or counter-clockwise. Here’s an example:   The answer is “anywhere”... Read more

A Quick Personality Quiz

Here is a 41 question personality quiz that takes no more than 5 minutes. It’s definitely not scientific, but it’s a fun diversion when you need a break. Here are my results: Personality Type: Reliable Realist Serious and quiet, interested in security and peaceful living. Extremely thorough, responsible and dependable. Well-developed powers of concentration. Usually interested in supporting... Read more