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Mindbender: Do you know your English?

What is the frequently used English word containing these letters, just like this: OOKKEE NEXT > by

Mindbender: Twins and Triplets

A woman had triplets in July and twins in August – in the same year. How could that be possible? NEXT > by

Mindbender: Eggs

Generally speaking, birds lay their eggs in nests up in trees or down at ground level. Where do peacocks lay theirs? NEXT > by

Mindbender: By Royal Proclamation

In the Records Office in London, there are numerous documents headed “Proclamations of His Majesty King George I” published shortly after he came to the throne.’ That couldn’t…

Mindbender: Birthday boy

A youth said: ‘The day before yesterday I was fourteen. Next year I’ll be seventeen.’ On what day was he speaking and when was his birthday? (No this…

Mindbender: Sequence

Continue the sequence: 192 021 222 324 252 627 2….? NEXT > by

Mindbender: It’s a matter of devision

If you divide £100 between a certain number of people, how many people are there and how much does each get? (Study the question, the answer is there.)…

Mindbender: Truth or Lie?

Another motorist equally lost came to a fork in the road. There was no signpost so he had to ask at a house which was the correct fork…

Mindbender: At a Crossroads

Driving one stormy night from Birmingham to a small town he had never visited before, a motorist is lost when he comes to a deserted crossroads. Unfortunately the…

Mindbender: Fag ends

A person who picks up cigarette butts from the streets finds that he can roll a new cigarette from the tobacco of seven butts. One Saturday he picks…

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