Test Your Logic

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  • A farmer had 17 sheep. All but 9 died. How many did he have left?
    Nine (9)
  • A man left his hotel and walked towards the car park. Without the benefit of moonlight or any artificial light, he was able to find his black car 100 meters away. How is this possible?
    It was day time.
  • What do you sit on, sleep on, and brush your teeth with?
    A chair, a bed, and a toothbrush
  • Some months have 30 days and some have 31. How many months have 28 days?
    They all have 28 days.
  • Take three apples from five apples. How many do you have?
    You have 3 (you took 3 apples)
  • Which is correct: Nine and seven is fifteen OR Nine and seven are fifteen?
    Neither. Nine and seven is 16.
  • I am a woman. If Sally's daughter is my daughter's mother, what relationship am I to Sally? (her grandmother, he mother, her daughter, or her aunt)
    Her daughter
  • Mrs Taylor's ranch house is decorated entirely in pink. Her lamps, walls, carpets and ceilings are al pink. What colour are her stairs?
    There are no stairs in a ranch house (1 floor)
  • How many times can you take 4 from 33?
    Once. After one time, it is no longer 33.
  • What was the highest mountain on Earth before Mount Everest was discovered?
    It was still Mount Everest.
  • If Mr. Wright's peacock laid an egg in Mr Blake's garden, who is the correct owner of the egg?
    Peacocks do not lay eggs (male)
  • A 747 airplane crashes on the border of France and Belgium. There were 150 French people and 200 Belgians on board. Where are the survivors buried - in France or in Belgium?
    You do not bury survivors.
  • If a woman was born in Italy, raised in Australia, married a Korean, lived in Canada then died in Greece, what is she?
    She is dead
  • How many children does a man have if he has ten sons and each son has a sister?
    Eleven (11)
  • If you only had one match and entered a dark room containing an oil lamp, a newspaper, and some small sticks, what would you light first?
    The match.
  • Why can't a person living in London be buried in Scotland?
    Because they aren't dead.