Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/29/2016

Picture an empty wine bottle with a cork secured at the top in the usual way. Inside the bottle a metal ring hangs suspended by a string. How is it possible to make the metal ring drop to the bottom of the bottle without touching the ring, the thread, the cork, or the bottle while leaving the cork in place and intact?

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Trivia for 6/29/2016

Who was the general that invaded Italy and fought against Rome there for sixteen years in the Second Punic War?

1. Hamilcar
2. Maximus
3. Hannibal
4. Elephantus

Today's Puzzle "Language Recognition Test"

Here is a fun little test. World travelers should do well. But just guessing at them you might surprise yourself.
How To Play: The following QUOTE is repeated in many different languages below. Your job is to guess the language. Today's Language Count Is 31
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Today's Featured Online Game - "A Fun Zone's Diamonds"

Click two adjacent diamonds to exchange them. If three or more diamonds are in a line, the diamonds will be cleared. Enjoy this classic retro arcade game.
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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/27/2016

What number fits in all of these words/phrases?

Desert Storm
Singing in the Rain

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Trivia for 6/27/2016

The first heart transplant was made in 1967. In which country?

1. South Africa
2. Germany
3. USA
4. UK

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Today's Featured Online Game - "Black Dragon"

Welcome to the dragon's lair. The game consists of 8 different layouts and every game will present a new challenge. Careful planning and some luck are needed to take the high score. Black Dragon is played with 20 tiles that are setup on the playing board of your choosing, all you have to do is remove them in sets of 4. Try to match the sets by color, symbol or both. Achieve bonus points for removing 4 Orange Frogs or 4 Black Dragons. The more sets you remove that match in both color and symbol will increase your strength and thus increase your score. Here's a helpful hint, study the tiles to learn how the edges are colored and you will be able to plan your attack in a much more organized fashion.
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Today's Puzzle "Alphabet Soup"

Quickly click to rearrange the falling letters to form a word. This game is online.
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Sudoku - A Worldwide Phenomenon

If you have heard of Sudoku, then chances are you have been living in a bunker for the last year or so. Sudoku is a new craze that is taking the puzzle world by storm. It’s gone from a little known topic, to having over a million searches a month on the web… that’s as much as Paris Hilton. For those of you who don’t know what Sudoku is, it’s essentially a game of numbers. You start with a 9 x 9 grid that is split up into 9, 3 x 3 grids. This initial grid will have a series of numbers strewn over it in what seems to be a completely random madness. However, there is a method behind the madness here. You see, you need to ensure that you have the numbers 1-9 in each of the 3 x 3 grids, however you cannot have a number in the same line as itself in another grid....Read On

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/15/2016

1. There's a body lying dead on a bed, and on the floor beside it is a pair of scissors. The scissors were instrumental in his death, yet there's no trace of blood. The body reveals no signs of any cuts or bruises. How could the person have been murdered with the pair of scissors?

2. If we tie a light oxygen tank to a bird so that it can breathe on the moon, would the bird fly faster, slower, or the same speed as it does on earth? (Remember that there is less gravity on the moon.)

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Trivia for 6/15/2016

Yugoslavia was created on the ruins of two empires. One of them was the Ottoman Empire. What was the other?

1. German
2. Austro-Hungarian
3. Byzantium
4. Russia


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Today's Puzzle "Hillbilly Hangman"

Help the hillbilly guess the clues so he can avoid a hillbilly pie in the face.
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Number Based Puzzles Are Exponentially Growing

The crossword and word search are two of the most popular logic puzzles found throughout newspapers and bookstores around the world. However, in recent years, number-based games such as Sudoku, Futoshiki, and Kakuro have become increasingly popular. Sudoku is the most mainstream of the three, at least in the United States. The game is....Read On

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Friday, June 3, 2016

Retro Sweets: Ten Delicious Favorites from Childhood

In the 1970s, when sweets were at their best, the highlight of the week was taking our pocket money to the local sweet shop, pointing at a gigantic jar filled to the brim with delicious sweets, and saying "a quarter of those, please". Our mums never seemed to mind; a quarter of cola cubes would last a good few days and keep us pretty quiet... I mean, have you ever tried to speak with a mouthful of cola cubes? It's not easy! If you yearn for the sweets of your childhood, or wonder if it's still possible to buy Refreshers or Parma Violets (it is), then read on for our top ten list of retro sweets - and be prepared for some serious dribbling...Read On

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Brain Teaser for 6/4/2016

1. There are 2 ducks in front of 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks behind 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks beside 2 other ducks. How many ducks are there?

2. Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon, and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town?

Trivia for 6/4/2016

The artist Pablo Picasso owned a dog named Kabul whom Picasso claimed influenced his painting style. What breed was this appropriately-named dog?

1. Afghan hound
2. Maltese
3. Yorkshire terrier
4. Greyhound

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Brain Teaser for 6/3/2016

The same five letters can be anagrammed into four different words to fill in the blanks in the sentence to make (some­what) good sense. What are missing words?
The farmer with hundreds of _ _ _ _ _, deeply _ _ _ _ _ about the amount of rainfall, and _ _ _ _ _ around with artificial watering systems when the ground is dry enough to _ _ _ _ _ him about the possibility of crop failure.

Trivia for 6/3/2016

In 1913 the first of this modern type of puzzle was published in the "New York World". What type of puzzle was it?

1. Jumble
2. Acrostic
3. Dot to dot
4. Crossword puzzle

Brain Teaser for 6/2/2016

1. Brad Doe works for a packaging company. One day, he received four separate orders and accidentally mixed up the addresses, so he applied the address labels at random. What is the probability that exactly three packages were correctly labeled?

2. Imagine a square, with each side 4 cm long, inscribed in a circle. What is the radius of the circle?

3. Without looking at a calendar, within a minute name a boys name using 5 consecutive 1st letters of 5 consecutive months.

Trivia for 6/2/2016

We all know that the biggest mammal is the blue whale. But what kind of animal is the smallest mammal?

1. A mouse
2. A hamster
3. A shrew
4. A bat

Brain Teaser for 6/1/2016

Robert and David were preparing to have a water balloon fight. "No Fair" cried Robert, "You have 3 times as many as I do!" David said "Fine!" and gave Robert 10 more balloons. "Still not fair!" argued Robert, "You still have twice as many as I do." How many more balloons must David give Robert for them to have the same number?

Trivia for 6/1/2016

K is the symbol for what element on the periodic table?

1. carbon
2. potassium
3. krypton
4. gold

Brain Teaser for 5/31/2016


Trivia for 5/31/2016

What was the name of the poison that killed Socrates?

1. juice of nightshade
2. ricin
3. hemlock
4. arsenic

Brain Teaser for 5/30/2016

Fun With Numbers...

1. Replace the asterisks by the correct mathematical signs to make the expression equal to 99.
16 * 12 * 2 * 3 = 99

2. The time is twenty-six minutes to one in the afternoon. The year is 1978, and the date is May 6th. What is the significance of this?

Trivia for 5/30/2016

The Julian calendar, containing leap years and 365 days, was the work of Julius Caesar and a number of his advisers. Which Alexandrian mathematician was his chief advisor on the calendar?

1. Callipedes
2. Manaechmus
3. Eratasthenes
4. Sosigenes

Brain Teaser for 5/29/2016

How Old Did You Say?

1. "My grandson is about as many days as my son is weeks, and my grandson is as many months as I am in years. My grandson, my son and I together are 140 years. Can you tell me my age in years?"

2. If you reverse the digits of my age, you have the age of my son. A year ago, I was twice his age. How old are we both now?

3. Soon little Freddie will celebrate his tenth birthday. In 11 years Freddie will reach half the average age of his parents. His mother is only 17 years older than her son. How old are Freddie's father and mother.

Trivia for 5/29/2016

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, a one time Mississippi steamboat pilot, is better known by what name?

1. Mark Twain
2. Lewis Carroll
3. George Eliot
4. O. Henry

Brain Teaser for 5/28/2016

1. Each of the Johnson brothers has as many sisters as he has brothers. Each of the Johnson sisters has twice as many brothers as she has sisters. How many brothers and sisters are there in the Johnson family?

2. Twenty-one birds are nesting in a tree. If a man shot into the tree and killed one-seventh of them, how many would remain?

Trivia for 5/28/2016

Of the nine commonly recognized planets in our solar system what cold planet was the last to be discovered?

1. Saturn
2. Pluto
3. Neptune
4. Uranus

Brain Teaser for 5/27/2016

1. Tom is younger than Rose, but older than Will and Jack, in that order. Rose is younger than Susie, but older than Jack. Jack is younger than Jim. Susie is older than Rose, but younger than Jim. Jim is older than Tom. Who is the oldest?

2. Allie takes fruit, cake, and cookies for her picnic. She has three boxes for them. One is labeled FRUIT. One is labeled COOKIES. One is labeled CAKE. But she knows her Mom likes to fool her and has put every single thing in the wrong box. The only other thing she knows for sure is that the fruit is not in the CAKE box. Where is the cake?

3. A block of wood in the form of a cube 3" x 10" x 13" has all its six faces painted pink. If the wooden block is cut into 390 cubes of 1" x 1" x 1", how many of these would have pink paint on them?

Trivia for 5/27/2016

His name may be associated with a fine meal, but this man has been called the "Father of Romanticism" in French literature.

1. Victor Hugo
2. Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
3. Johann von Goethe
4. Francois Chateaubriand

Brain Teaser for 5/26/2016

A boy leaves home in the morning to go to school. At the moment he leaves, the house he looks at the clock in the mirror. The clock has no number indication, and for this reason the boy makes a mistake in interpreting the time [mirror-image]. Just assuming the clock must be out of order, the boy cycles to school, where he arrives after twenty minutes. At that moment, the clock at school shows a time that is two and a half hours later than the time that the boy saw on the clock at home.
At what time did he reach school?

Trivia for 5/26/2016

Which classification of triangle has all angles less than 90 degrees?

1. obtuse
2. right
3. acute
4. scalene

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/25/2016

"We were born on the same day of the same year," said Betsy.
"And we have the same mother and father," said Patsy.
"But we're not twins," said Betsy.
Can you explain?

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Trivia for 5/25/2016

In 1975, a ship and its crew of 29 people vanished on Lake Superior. What was the name of the ship?

1. Vasa
2. Titanic
3. Monitor
4. Edmund Fitzgerald

Today's Puzzle "Math Fun"

Can you solve?


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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/24/2016

Naturally, 7 beats six by 1.
And, of course, 700 beats 600.
Why then, does 71 not beat 67?

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Trivia for 5/24/2016

You have only one. What does an earthworm have 10 of?

1. Segments
2. Mouths
3. Noses
4. Hearts

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Today's Puzzle "Word Lab"

Guess all ten words by filling in the missing letters. At the beginning of each round, you will be presented with a new word with only two letters showing. Using your keyboard, type in your guesses for the remaining letters before the time runs out.
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History of Super Mario, from Donkey Kong to the Super Mario Land

Mario hit the ground running in 1981 with the release of Donkey Kong. However, back then he went by the name of Jumpman and his goal in life was rescuing his girlfriend Pauline from the clutches of the barrel-hurling gorilla. He returned in 1982, changing his name to Mario in the process, but this time he was the villain of the game. Holding the imprisoned Donkey Kong in....Read On

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Monday, May 23, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/23/2016

Two Quick Ones...

1. Which is more, seconds in 100 hours or inches in 100 yards?

2. Complete the series by adding the next number:

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Trivia for 5/23/2016

What breed of dog's name comes from the Russian word for 'swift'?

1. Borzoi
2. Saluki
3. Whippet
4. Basenji

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/22/2016

1. You have two pencils, a good one and a cheap one. The good one costs $1.00 more than the cheap one. You spend $1.10 for both. How much did the cheap one cost?

2. How much dirt is in a hole that is 3 ft. deep, and 6 inches in diameter?

Trivia for 5/22/2016

Show your affection with a Peppermint Twist. What type of flower is the Peppermint Twist?

1. tulip
2. rose
3. daisy
4. sunflower

Brain Teaser for 5/21/2016

1. My brother started out from Boston, and I started out from New York, to meet in New Haven for lunch. When we met in New Haven, which of us was farther from Boston?

2. If you have only one match and you walked into a room where there was an oil burner, a kerosene lamp, and a wood burning stove, which one would you light first?

Trivia for 5/21/2016

What is the name of the mountain pass where, in 480 B.C., a handful of Greeks were able to hold back thousands of Persians before they were all killed?

1. Thermopylae
2. Plataea
3. Marathon
4. Salamis

Brain Teaser for 5/20/2016

My first can be found, in a TREE, but not on the GROUND.
My second not PERMITTED, but certainly ALLOWED.
My third is in GREY, if it is spelled the English way.
My forth is in PEA, but not in NUT.
Fifth is in HOUSES, also in HUTS.
SIXTH always in DAY but never night.
My last is in STICKY, but not in BUN
My whole very large it weighs a ton.

Trivia for 5/20/2016

What state is mentioned in the Harlem Globetrotter's theme song?

1. New Mexico
2. Alaska
3. Georgia
4. Alabama

Brain Teaser for 5/19/2016

There was a guy who had a Fox, a Chicken, and a bag of Grain. He had to cross a river to get back home, but he could only take one item with him at a time. He could only take the fox, or the grain, or the chicken. Well, if you leave a chicken and a fox on one side of the river while taking the bag of grain across, the fox will eat the chicken, same thing with the chicken and the grain. Can't leave those two alone or the chicken will eat the grain. How do you get them all across the river safely?

Trivia for 5/19/2016

Which Swede, who saved over 30,000 Jewish lives in World War II, was arrested by the Soviets and never seen again?

1. Georg Homin
2. Per Albin Hansson
3. Alfred Nobel
4. Raoul Wallenberg

Brain Teaser for 5/18/2016

1. If SIX is TEN, ONE is HIS, and FIVE is LEGS, what is SEVEN?

2. Two men play five games of checkers. Each man wins the same number of games. There are no ties. Explain this.

3. What belongs to you, but others use it more than you do?

Trivia for 5/18/2016

Where do Hershey's Kisses get their name?

1. Their inventor
2. Their shape
3. Their sound
4. Their flavor

Brain Teaser for 5/17/2016

A history test had three questions on presidents of the United States. Here are the answers of six students:

1. Polk, Polk, Taylor.
2. Taylor, Taylor, Polk.
3. Fillmore, Fillmore, Polk.
4. Taylor, Polk, Fillmore.
5. Fillmore, Taylor, Taylor.
6. Taylor, Fillmore, Fillmore.
Every student answered at least one question correctly.
What are the correct answers?

Trivia for 5/17/2016

This comedy series dealt with a junk dealer and his aspiring son. What was it called?

1. Sanford and Son
2. Room 222
3. The Jefferson's
4. Chico and the Man

Brain Teaser for 5/16/2016

1. If today is Monday, what is the day after the day before the day before tomorrow?

2. The Lone Ranger rode into town on Friday. He stayed 5 consecutive days and left on Friday. How could this be?

3. George Washington's wife was sweeping when George Washington's wife slipped and got wet. How many w's in all?

Trivia for 5/16/2016

In what Asian country do you find the Eastern and Western Ghats?

1. Thailand
2. Myanmar
3. India
4. Indonesia

Brain Teaser for 5/15/2016

Which set of numbers would most logically fill in the blanks in the following series?
101 99 102 98 103 97 _ _ 105 95 104 94

(a) 101 98
(b) 104 96
(c) 106 99
(d) none of these

Trivia for 5/15/2016

'Timothy' is a variant of which product: cheese, mead, hay, or yeast?

1. cheese
2. mead
3. yeast
4. hay

Brain Teaser for 5/14/2016

In this type of verse, "first" and "second" and so on refer to the individual letters of a word. Find the correct letter for each definition or explanation, and complete the word.

My first is in sugar but not in tea
My second in swim but not in sea
My third in apple and also pear
My fourth in ring and also hare
My last in ten but not in herd
My whole a very complimentary word.

Trivia for 5/14/2016

What type of mile is approximately 6,076 feet long?

1. Metric Mile
2. As the Crow Files
3. Nautical
4. Aeromile

Brain Teaser for 5/13/2016

It's About Time

1. If 2 hours ago it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning. What time would it be now?

2. It was the middle of the winter in Scandinavia, and the poor boy, sick with a cold, was lying in bed. He woke up in the night, but he knew that the night lasted from 3:00 P.M. to 9:00 A.M. at that time of year. The boy wearily glanced at his clock and, thinking it said 4:42, buried his head back in the pillow. But as he fell asleep he realized he hadn't distinguished the hour hand from the minute hand. If it wasn't 4:42 in the morning, what other time (or times) could it have been?

Trivia for 5/13/2016

What character was the general public introduced to in the cartoon "Steamboat Willie"?

1. Mickey Mouse
2. Popeye
3. Foghorn Leghorn
4. Sylvester

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/12/2016

It's all about words....

1. He starts and ends 2 common English words. One painful in love, One painful in everyday matter. Do you know what 2 words I must be?

2. Using the words DROVES and NEWS write seven words using each letter once.

3. There is a common English word that is seven letters long. Each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains a common English word - from seven letters right on down to a single letter. What is the original word, and what are the words that it becomes after removing a letter at a time?

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Trivia for 5/12/2016

What is the only thing the Cheshire Cat of "Alice In Wonderland" leaves behind?

1. A kiss
2. His smile
3. His eyes
4. A hiss

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

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Brain Teaser for 5/11/2016

Patty doesn't feel she is really a child anymore. Ten years ago, her mother was five times her age. Now she is three sevenths of her mother's age, and in five years she will be half her mother's age. How old will she be when she is half her mother's age?

Trivia for 5/11/2016

What type of device or machine was the "Jarvik-7"?

1. An early computer
2. An automobile
3. An artificial heart
4. A man-made satellite

Brain Teaser for 5/10/2016

1. With thieves I consort, With the vilest, in short, I'm quite at my ease in depravity; Yet all divines use me, And savants can't lose me, For I am the center of gravity. Who or what am I?

2. I live above a star, but do not burn.
I have 11 friends that do not turn.
My initials are PRS.
What am I?

Trivia for 5/10/2016

Who was the first to run a mile in less than four minutes?

1. Sebastian Coe
2. Jesse Owens
3. John Landy
4. Roger Bannister

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Monday, May 9, 2016


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Brain Teaser for 5/9/2016

Shopping can present a terrible dilemma, the new couple discovered. Three pounds of potatoes and two pounds of eggplants cost $2.25. Or they could just buy eggplants for the same amount of money and make a casserole out of all those eggplants. But potatoes are cheaper than eggplants. How much did potatoes cost per pound?

Trivia for 5/9/2016

The artist who painted "Sunflowers" cut off one of his ears. Who was he?

1. Rembrandt
2. Botticelli
3. Renoir
4. Van Gogh

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/8/2016


1. What is the five-digit number, no zeroes, in which the second digit is three times the first, the third is one more than the second, the fourth is four times the first, and the last is one-half more than the second?

2. What are the two missing numbers in the series below?
_ _ 3 3 7 7 2 3 6 5

Trivia for 5/8/2016

In "The Beverly Hillbillies" theme song they call oil by two different names. Black gold is one. What is the other?

1. Jed's Fortune
2. Slippery Cash
3. Texas Tea
4. Runny Money

Brain Teaser for 5/7/2016

The following is a new variation of an old friend. Though it looks rather complicated and difficult, it is absurdly easy if properly attacked. If a hen and a half lays an egg and a half in a day and a half; how many and a half who lay better by half will lay half a score and a half in a week and a half?

Trivia for 5/7/2016

In which Spanish city of song is the Alhambra Palace situated?

1. Madrid
2. Granada
3. Barcelona
4. Seville

Brain Teaser for 5/6/2016

Sabrina gave Samantha as many dollars as Samantha started out with. Samantha then gave Sabrina back as much as Sabrina had left. Sabrina then gave Samantha as back as many dollars as Samantha had left, which left Sabrina broke and gave Samantha a total of $80.00. How much did Sabrina and Samantha have at the beginning of their exchange?

Trivia for 5/6/2016

Which of the world's oceans does not border Antarctica?

1. Arctic
2. Atlantic
3. Indian
4. Pacific

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/5/2016

Two Quick Ones Today....

1. What's so special about the following sentence?
A big cuddly dog emitted fierce growls, happily ignoring joyful kids licking minute nuts on pretty queer rotten smelly toadstools underneath vampires who x-rayed young zombies.

2. What do these 3 have in common?
Superman, Moses, The Cabbage Patch Kids

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Trivia for 5/5/2016

Aztec emperor Montezuma drank 50 golden goblets of hot chocolate every day. What special flavoring did he add?

1. Blood
2. Coffee
3. Vanilla
4. Chili pepper

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/4/2016

"About Time"

1. Two cyclists are racing around a circular track. Pierre can ride once around the track in 6 minutes, Louis takes 4 minutes. How many minutes will it take for Louis to lap Pierre?

2. A snail is at the bottom of a well 30 feet deep. It crawls up 3 feet each day, but at night, it slips down 2 feet. How long does it take for the snail to crawl out the well?

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Trivia for 5/4/2016

If you were to reach out and pick a random insect from the billions crawling around the world, what type of insect would it most likely be?

1. A butterfly
2. A beetle
3. A termite
4. An ant

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Today's Puzzle "Daily Word Crunch Puzzle"

Find the listed words, watch the letters crash down and find the next. 20 words per puzzle. The faster you find the words the more points you score. New puzzle everyday.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Alien Invasion"

The president has sent you to destroy the dying alien race trying to land on Earth. Shoot the UFO's down before the aliens have a chance to take over.
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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/3/2016

Quick Solutions

1. Tom is younger than Rose, but older than Will and Jack, in that order. Rose is younger than Susie, but older than Jack. Jack is younger than Jim. Susie is older than Rose, but younger than Jim. Jim is older than Tom. Who is the oldest?

2. If seven people meet each other and each shakes hands only once with each of the others, how many handshakes will there have been?

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Trivia for 5/3/2016

What is the common name given to the set of funerary texts found in various tombs in ancient Egypt?

1. The Books of Ra
2. The Egyptian Bible
3. The Book of the Dead
4. The Book of Afterlife

A Brief History of Pizza

Visitors to Italy prior to the 1880s would have a difficult time relating to what passed for pizza at the time. Although the pies had been made in the area for centuries, many ingredients considered essential by modern Americans were absent. First of all, tomatoes were not native to Europe. It was not until the discovery of the Americas and the discovery of tomatoes that it was even possible to add tomato sauce. Even then, it took many years to convince the people that tomatoes were not poisonous. A white sauce was used as a topping until the 17th century. Cheese was not used at all until around 1889......Read On

Today's Puzzle "Musical Notes"

Rock stars, classical musicians, jazz lovers and enthusiasts of music, are you ready to take the test of music notes? Your task in this game is to play the notes that appear on the staves by using the keyboard.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Chinese Checkers"

Challenge your mind and try various strategies as you battle with the computer in this traditional board game! Your target is to move all your marbles to the enemy base before your opponent does so.
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Monday, May 2, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/2/2016

1. If you reverse the digits of my age, you have the age of my son. A year ago, I was twice his age. How old are we both now?

2. If Susan is 10, Arabella is 20, and Jim and Neal are both 5, but Richard is 10, how much is Jennifer by the same system?

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Trivia for 5/2/2016

The Meiji Period of Japanese history, which lasted from 1867-1912, involved one of the greatest socio-political transformations in world history. What is the Japanese term used to describe the elder statesman who controlled policy during this period?

1. Shijo
2. Keiretsu
3. Tenno
4. Genro

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/1/2016

Bill, John, and Fred are going to marry Betty, Joan, and Sally. Tell which girl is going to marry which man if the following facts are true: Bill is a lawyer. Betty is not engaged to the engineer. The doctor's future wife is not Joan. John is engaged to Sally. Fred is the engineer.

Trivia for 5/1/2016

In ancient times the Romans called this body of water, not far from the Mediterranean, the Propontis. What is it called today?

1. Sea of Marmora
2. Red Sea
3. Sea of Galilee
4. Ionian Sea

Brain Teaser for 4/30/2016

Three Quickies For Today

1. Mary's husband's father-in-law is Mary's husband's brother's mother-in-law, and Mary's sister-in-law is Mary's brother's stepmother. How did this happen?

2. Double my number, I'm less than a score, half of my number is less than four. Add one to my double when bakers are near, days of the week are still greater, I fear. What am I?

3. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday?

Trivia for 4/30/2016

What candy bar was originally packaged to include three separate pieces of candy flavored vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry?

1. Mars
2. Milky Way
3. 3 Musketeers
4. Charleston Chew

Brain Teaser for 4/29/2016

1. A woman bought a used car for $600 and sold it a friend for $800. She later bought it back for $1,000 and resold it for $1,200. Did she make any profit and if so, how much?

2. Can you pick the god from the list provided that will complete this group?
Zeus, Hephaestus, Gaea,?
Choose from: Dionysus, Athena, Hermes, Poseidon, Aphrodite

Trivia for 4/29/2016

'Xibalba' was the underworld (hell) in the myth system of which of the following ancient people?

1. Chaldean
2. Aztec
3. Mayan
4. Hittite

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/28/2016

H, Be, F, S, Mn, Kr, In, Gd, Tl, ?

What's the next in the series?

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Trivia for 4/28/2016

What outstanding team won a record-breaking eight consecutive NBA titles?

1. Boston Celtics
2. Los Angeles Lakers
3. New York Knicks
4. Chicago Bulls

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/27/2016

A grandfather clock chimes the appropriate number of times to indicate the hour, as well as chiming once at each quarter hour. If you were in another room and heard the clock chime just once, what would be the longest period of time you would have to wait in order to be certain of the correct time?

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Trivia for 4/27/2016

Let's stick together- this is the only continent that's composed of just one country. What is it?

1. Asia
2. Australia
3. Antarctica
4. Greenland

Today's Puzzle "Math Search"

Solving equations may look like a piece of cake to the math masters, but is it still easy when you need to spot the needle in the haystack? Come and check if you are observant enough in this interesting puzzle game with a mathematical twist! Your goal is to solve the given equations one by one, then locate the answers in a grid which contains numerous numbers.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Twins"

For many years, the evil spirits have been haunting the deserted mansion. Being the apprentice to an exorcist, you are asked to destroy the ghosts by typing the words and numbers shown on them.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/26/2016


1. If you go to the movies and you're paying, is it cheaper to take one friend to the movies
twice, or two friends to the movies at the same time?

2. Four couples are going to the movies. Each row holds eight seats. Betty and Jim don't want to
sit next to Alice and Tom, and Alice and Tom don't want to sit next to Gertrude and Bill. On the
other hand, Sally and Bob don't want to sit next to Betty and Jim. How can the couples arrange
themselves so that they all sit where they would like?

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Trivia for 4/26/2016

You are standing looking in amazement at a whole army of terra cotta soldiers. These figures were buried 2,000 years ago and were discovered in 1974. What country are you in?

1. Japan
2. China
3. Peru
4. Easter Island

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Monday, April 25, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/25/2016

A Little Math Fun...

1. You can replace the letters below with numbers, so that the addition will be correct numerically.

2. In a stable there are men and horses. In all, there are 22 heads and 72 feet. How many men and how many horses are in the stable?

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Trivia for 4/25/2016

In 1897, the Indiana legislature considered setting the value of what famous number to 3.2?

1. i
2. Avogadro's number
3. e
4. Pi

Jewel Quest III

Rupert and Emma have decided to open a Museum. Their daughter Natalie is infected by spores while playing with a jewel board. Ultimately, Rupert hopes to find a cure for Natalie and find the fabled Golden Jewel Board, an artifact that is only rumored to exist. During his travels, Rupert receives cryptic messages from someone who claims to hold the cure for Natalie. Who will it be? Find out in part three of the ultimate jewel matching series!
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Three Lateral Thinking Puzzles

Lateral thinking - what is it? The word was invented by Edward DeBono in 1967. Somewhere along the way it became a part of the English language (it's in the Oxford English Dictionary and others now). DeBono says there are several ways to define it. Lateral thinking is a way of attacking problems from other angles, as opposed to the more traditional linear and logical ways. Debono uses chess as an example of the latter, where logic normally suffices - because the pieces are a given. In real life we mostly just assume the pieces are given, when really we need to change those pieces or look beyond them for the most useful solutions......Read On

Today's Puzzle "Flip It!"

This is like the classic board game, Othello. The last one with the most of their color wins.
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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/24/2016

1. The logic professor posted a notice on his class door: "Class is canceled today on account of spring. We will meet again at 1:00 P.M. three days after two days before the day before tomorrow." What day does the class meet?

2. Between noon and midnight, but not counting these times, how often will the minute hand and hour hand of a clock overlap?

Trivia for 4/24/2016

Which singer with a 'precious' name sang the National Anthem before the first game of the 2001 Baseball World Series?

1. Ruby Wax
2. Madonna
3. Jewel
4. Neil Diamond

Brain Teaser for 4/23/2016

Unscramble the below 8 words.


Trivia for 4/23/2016

What fictional character, based on the experiences of an actual sailor, did Daniel Defoe create?

1. Robinson Crusoe
2. Gulliver
3. Oliver Twist
4. Tom Jones

Brain Teaser for 4/22/2016

There's a three digit number which:
If you add seven to it it divides exactly by seven;
If you add eight to it it divides exactly by eight;
If you add nine to it it divides exactly by nine.
What is the number?

Trivia for 4/22/2016

According to a survey, what % of people prefer to eat the ears of a chocolate Easter bunny first before any other part?

1. 66%
2. 76%
3. 86%
4. 96%

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/21/2016

My first is in yesterday, but not in today;
My second is in after, but not in before;
My third is in start, and also in stop;
My fourth is the 20th letter of the English alphabet;
My fifth is in correct but not in wrong;
and my sixth is in pretty, but not in cute.
My whole is something celebrated by Christians.
What is the teaser referring to?

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Trivia for 4/21/2016

Your pancreas secrets a hormone called insulin that helps to control the level of glucose in your blood stream. The pancreas also produces another hormone with the opposite effect. What is this hormone, antagonistic to insulin, called?

1. Glyconic acid
2. Glucagon
3. Glycogen
4. Glycol

Today's Puzzle "Hangman"

Let's keep away from violence in our peaceful and harmless version of hangman! With the answers collected from the Dolch word list and the lovely graphics, your babies will definitely love it. The object of this game is to find out the hidden words by guessing one letter at a time.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Space Shoot"

Coveting the rich resources on your planet, an alien force has declared war and launched massive attacks against your homeland. As an officer of the defenders, your goal in the game is to control your spacecraft and destroy the enemies.
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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/20/2016


1. Is an airplane's black box actually black?
2. What does Ouija in Ouija board mean?
3. Who insures the FDIC?

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Trivia for 4/20/2016

It really makes a lot of "sense", and it may "change" your life! There are 293 different ways to do what common action?

1. Cook eggs
2. Fold a shirt
3. Tie your shoes
4. Make change for a dollar

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Today's Puzzle "The Typing Of The Ghosts"

For many years, the evil spirits have been haunting the deserted mansion. Being the apprentice to an exorcist, you are asked to destroy the ghosts by typing the words and numbers shown on them.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Hex Mines"

Can you sweep the mines away without detonating any of them? In this minesweeper game with hexagonal tiles, your goal is to reveal the tiles and find out the 10 mines underneath.
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Brain Teaser for 4/19/2016

One of the most famous puzzles in the math world is "How Old Is Ann?" Here's another variation. Ann is now exactly two-fifths of her older sister's age, and two years from now she will be one-half of her older sister's age. Conversely, two years ago, Ann was only one-fourth the age of her older sister's age at that time. How old is Ann now?

Trivia for 4/19/2016

What is the geological term for the debris left behind after a glacier melts?

1. jetsam
2. cirque
3. morsel
4. moraine

Monday, April 18, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/18/2016

You are working out some estimates for your boss. You can come up with a very good package for your nice little widgets, but the packaging may be too expensive. The cost of the widget and the packaging is $1.10, and the widget is $1.00 more than the package. How much will you have to tell your boss that the package for each widget will cost?

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Trivia for 4/18/2016

The invention of the cotton gin revolutionized the cotton industry. Whose brainchild was the gin?

1. Benjamin Franklin
2. James Hargreaves
3. James Watt
4. Eli Whitney

Amazing Trivia Part 1

I admit it .. I LIKE trivia, tho it serves no purpose for me since I can never remember any to bring up in conversation. But still, it is fun, so I've created this list of amazing trivia that I found to be absolutely riveting.
1. Snails can sleep up to 3 years.....Read On

Cute Knight Kingdom

If you had the whole world to choose from, what would you want to be? A brave and daring hero fighting monsters and exploring dungeons? A beautiful princess in a fantasy castle? A powerful sorceress? A famous artist? A super-villain? Happily married with a big family? In Cute Knight Kingdom, you play a young woman searching for her destiny, and the choices you make will determine her future. Work at different jobs to raise your skills, take classes to broaden your horizons, defeat monsters to gain treasure, travel around the kingdom, uncover the truth about your mysterious past, and discover true love. As long as you keep your dreams alive, you can become anything! Unlock hundreds of spells, craftable items, monsters, romances, secrets, and careers for endless replayability.
•Hand-painted watercolor artwork
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•Make your own items with cooking and crafting
•Multiple marriage options - childhood friends, princes, and more
•Dozens of possible endings to unlock
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Today's Puzzle "Scoring Mahjongg"

Time to showcase your matching skills, mahjongg lovers! Your goal in this game is to remove all tiles by pairing them up. Before the game starts, you can choose to play with the classic mahjongg set or a simple combination of numbers and letters.
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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/17/2016

1. Each of the following groups of letters can be anagrammed into at least two words. Unscramble the letters.

2. One word among the following is the odd man out. Which one, and why?

Trivia for 4/17/2016

In the 14th century, the dwindling cat population (and growing rat population) in Europe culminated in what disease becoming rampant?

1. Tuberculosis
2. Bubonic Plague
3. Influenza
4. Measles

Brain Teaser for 4/16/2016

Tom went to town with $50, but returned at night with $150. He bought a hat at a clothing store and some apples at the market, then he had his eyes tested. He gets paid every Thursday by check. The banks are only open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The eye doctor is closed on Saturday. The market stays closed on Thursday and Friday. On what day did the man go to town?

Trivia for 4/16/2016

Ever noticed how your side view mirrors are labeled "Objects may be closer than they appear"? What mirror shape accounts for this property?

1. Spheroidal
2. Toroidal
3. Convex
4. Concave

Friday, April 15, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/15/2016

Sky likes the number 5, but not 6. She likes 32, but not 33. She likes 41, but not 42.

Which of the following numbers does she like and not like?


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Trivia for 4/15/2016

There are several ghosts in the Harry Potter books. Peeves is a ghost that throws things around and moves things. What do we call this kind of ghost?

1. Banshee
2. Zombie
3. Kelpie
4. Poltergeist

Today's Puzzle "High Scoring Sudoku"

Even if you have never played a game of Sudoku, you must have heard about its irresistible fun. Why not try it yourself online and treat yourself with excellent logical training?
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Battleship"

Purge your enemy's naval forces and assert your authority in the sea! Your goal in this game is to sink the opponent's battleships by using torpedoes strategically.
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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/14/2016

Go Figure...

1. My friend Albert the butcher wears a size 13 shoe, is six feet tall, and wears a 42-long suit. What does he weigh?

2. See if you can translate the following?
Y Y U R Y Y U B I C U R Y Y 4 M E

3. A 30 year old man married a 25 year old woman. She died at age 50 and her husband was so devastated that he cried for years. Ten years after he stopped crying, he died. If he had lived to be 80, how many years was he a widower?

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Trivia for 4/14/2016

Which model Ford went on sale in the US for $850 in 1908?

1. Model A
2. Model B
3. Model F
4. Model T

Today's Puzzle "Four Piece Tangram"

Do not look down upon this ancient puzzle game - it may be much more complicated than you have imagined! Your task is to make use of the 4 tiles provided to form the required shapes.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Tritris"

This is perhaps one of the most challenging versions of tetris you've ever played, as you have to control three falling blocks simultaneously! Same as the original tetris, your goal in this game is to move and rotate the descending blocks so that they can form a complete row and be destroyed.
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/13/2016

When Maria went to get a passport, she had to give her real date of birth, but under all other circumstances she refused. When somebody asked how old she was, she said she was twenty-one, mentally omitting all Sundays. Sundays she didn't work, so naturally she didn't get any older. How old was Maria really?

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Trivia for 4/13/2016

Plants don't need to go to the grocery store. What process do they use to make food instead?

1. Photosynthesis
2. Regeneration
3. Respiration
4. Oxidation

Today's Puzzle "Puzzle"

Your favorite puzzle is accidentally scattered into pieces by your little sister, and you have to move the tiles around so as to reform the picture. When the game starts, you will be given 15 square tiles, each shows a certain part of the image.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Asteroids"

Numerous asteroids may strike your planet and cause unimaginable disasters. At the same time, some aliens from the outer space are planning to invade your homeland. Your task in this game is to eliminate all these dangerous objects as quickly as possible, or you will be hit and crashed.
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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Brain Teaser for 4/12/2016


1. Four people can sit at a table in twenty-four different arrangements. How many arrangements are possible for seating eight people?

2. If you had a piece of paper that was 0.001 inch thick, How tall a pile would it make if it was doubled fifty times?

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Trivia for 4/12/2016

Where did the so-called 'Kitchen Debate' between Nixon and Khrushchev take place?

1. Washington
2. Ottawa
3. New York
4. Moscow

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Major media publications (Time Magazine, Newsweek, CBS, USA Today...) are starting to explain the scientific evidence behind how brain training can improve memory and concentration and help delay diseases such as Alzheimer's. We have engaged our neuroscience and health experts to prepare answers to these 7 Frequently Asked Questions: 1. Why is it so important to exercise our brains?....Read On

Today's Featured Online Game - "Alien Intruders aka Space Invaders"

Hordes of alien intruders from the outer space have been sent to invade your beautiful planet. Your task is to bring the invasion to a halt by destroying all of the enemies.
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