These 10 Mind Boggling Riddles Will Give Your Brain An Instant Tease

These puzzles will wobble your mind!

These 10 Mind Boggling Riddles Will Give Your Brain An Instant Tease
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Exercising the brain is an important thing just as using the rest of the body is. As the brain is the most important muscle, it deserves just as much attention and workout? While some things that people do to keep their minds are:

- Games

- Reading

- Solve puzzles

And these are all great ways to boost your brain.

Here are ten great riddles with answers following. Read the questions first, try and solve it before scrolling to reveal the answer. Let's see how many of these you can get right! 

01. Think of a one or a two digit number of your choice and multiply it by two and then add 12 to the result. Now divide this number by 2. Keep on doing to see the freaky results. Last, subtract the original number from the current one.

01. Think of a one or a two digit number of your choice and multiply it by two and then add 12 to the result. Now divide this number by 2. Keep on doing to see the freaky results. Last, subtract the original number from the current one.

Are you left with a six digit number just like me? 

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02. Imagine you have three sticks. Can you turn them into a four without breaking them? 

02. Imagine you have three sticks. Can you turn them into a four without breaking them? 
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It is super simple. Try arranging them in the shape of 4. Easy, wasn't it? 

03. So you have six glasses in front of you, out of which three are full. You need to alternate a full and an empty glass. How will you do it? (You can touch only one glass.)

03. So you have six glasses in front of you, out of which three are full. You need to alternate a full and an empty glass. How will you do it? (You can touch only one glass.)
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All you have to do is pick up the second full glass and empty it in the second last glass. Haha, easy! 

04. Can you think of an item that no one needs; neither the customers, the manufacturers nor the user. 

04. Can you think of an item that no one needs; neither the customers, the manufacturers nor the user. 
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The answer is a 'coffin'. 

05. A man has committed a murder and has been sentenced to choose between three doors to enter. 

05. A man has committed a murder and has been sentenced to choose between three doors to enter. 
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And the crack is that the first door leads to a room of endless flames, the second is full of equipped assassins, and the third is full of hungry lions. Which room should he choose?

The answer is the door having lions. If the lions haven't eaten since three years, it is obvious that they might be dead. 

06. Can you think of an object that is black when you buy it, red when you use it and grey when you throw it. 

06. Can you think of an object that is black when you buy it, red when you use it and grey when you throw it. 
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This has a simple answer guys. It is coal/ charcoal. 

07. Which one of these do you think will fill in first?

07. Which one of these do you think will fill in first?
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The answer is actually a tie. The first tank to fill up will be the third one, then the fourth and further the second and the first. 

08. Johnny's mother had three children. First was April, the second was May, what is the name of the third child? 

08. Johnny's mother had three children. First was April, the second was May, what is the name of the third child? 
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JOHNNY!! Haha, I bet I got you here. 

09. This one is super easy. Imagine you were in a race and you surpassed the second person. What position are you in now? 

09. This one is super easy. Imagine you were in a race and you surpassed the second person. What position are you in now? 
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You would be in the second place. Easy! 

10.  A farmer has two fields, and he has four haystacks in the first field, and in the other, he has five. How many haystacks would he have if he combined them on one field?

10.  A farmer has two fields, and he has four haystacks in the first field, and in the other, he has five. How many haystacks would he have if he combined them on one field?
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I hope you did not guess 9 because there will be a single haystack if he combines them. 

Were you able to solve them all?