Brainteasers 15

  1. What sits in a corner while traveling all around the world?

  2. What question can a person ask all day long, getting a different answer each time, and yet all the answers were correct.

  3. What is the tallest building in town?

  4. If your geographical position was 0 latitude, 0 longitude, where in the world would you be? (A) At the Greenwich Observatory in England (B) In the Atlantic Ocean (C) In the West African country of Ghana (D) At the center of the Earth

  5. What 11-letter word is pronounced incorrectly by more than 99% of Ivy League graduates?

  6. Every country in the world has been assigned a two-letter Internet domain name such as ".uk" for the United Kingdom, and ".ch" for Switzerland. Which country has the domain name ".tv"?

  7. What is the only English word for a number that when spelled, its letters are in alphabetical order?

  8. Follow these instructions : Take one full cup of coffee and drink 1/6 of it. Replace what you drank with milk. Now, drink 1/3 of the coffee/milk mixture. Again, replace what you drank with more milk. Now, drink 1/2 of what is in the cup. Once again, replace what you drank with milk. Now drink the entire cup of mixed coffee/milk. The questions are: Have you had more milk or more coffee? How much of each have you had?

  9. You are pushing your car. You stop at a hotel. At that precise moment you realize that you are bankrupt. What is actually going on?

  10. As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with seven wives, the seven wives had seven sacks, the seven sacks had seven cats, the seven cats had seven kittens; kittens, cats, sacks and wives, how many were going to St. Ives?

  11. If there are three people who are able to dig a single hole, how many would it have taken to dig half a hole?

  12. A house has four walls that are each facing the south. A window is affixed into each, where at some point a bear passes by. What color is the bear?

  13. Sam's mother had 4 children in all. The first one was named May. The second and third were called June and July respectively. What was the fourth child's name?

  14. How do your cousins all have one common aunt that isn't yours?

  15. Which word when pronounced right is wrong but if pronounced wrong is right?

  16. A man makes a claim that he can predict the exact score of every football game, before it begins. And he's always right. How's that possible?

  17. A man tell his sons to take their two horses and visit a far off land. He says the son whose horse reaches last will inherit all his money. The sons wander around wasting time for days on end. They finally meet a wise man who tells them something, hearing which they race back home. What do you think he said to them?

  18. When Moses made his way onto the ark, how many of each animal did he take with him?

  19. What is at the beginning of eternity, end of space and time, is the beginning to every end and the end to every place?

  20. A man drank some spiked fruit punch at a party and then left later on, where others who drank the same punch died of food poisoning? How did the first guy not die?

  21. What letter follows after these, O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, __?

  22. How many apples would you have with you if you took two apples from three apples?

  23. What ends with a 'w' but has no end?

  24. What is black and white, black and white, black and white?

  25. Sam is a butcher who's 6 feet tall. What does he weigh?