These are 3 awesome trick questions your friends will always get wrong! Guaranteed! :)
I have picked these 3 funny brain teasers because I am sure that no-one would get them right when asked spontaneously. See for yourself, whether you will get the right answer, and then test your friends. It is really fun.
You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be. In our day to day life, we come across different people with variety of thinking patterns. But when it comes to tricks, there are only few who can crack them.
Over a period of several years, humans have changed their thinking pattern and so the ability of capturing and handling small but important details.
Here’s an interesting challenge for you to test, where you stand in capturing little tricky details and how you interpret them to get to the answer. 95% of the people fail to answer these questions. It is fun to trick your friends and enjoy their reactions. Challenge them and see how many of them fail or succeed. Many of them will get it wrong. Even if you get one right, you are a genius.
Go ahead and check out the video. And don’t forget to share it with the “Smart people” in your life.
Here is the text from the video written out:
Question 1: How can you draw a square with three lines?
Impossible? This is a square with three lines: LOL
How often can you take away 2 eggs from 100 eggs?
Whant to know the answer?
Only ONCE! After that it is not 100 eggs anymore!
A monkey, a squirrel, and a bird are racing to the top of a coconut tree. Who will get the banana first: The monkey, the squirrel, or the bird?
Want to know the answer?
None of them! Bananas don‘t grow on coconut trees! LOL
If you got even one right, you are a GENIUS!
See this video in Spanish as "adivinanzas": www.youtube.com/watch
Test your friends! I hope you enjoyed this and let me know if you have any other col trick questions! Best, Daily Broccoli
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and from "Beachfront Celebration" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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