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Some puzzles and riddles that I come up with. You know.

  1. Realistic Paintings

    No, not my realistic paintings; this is a riddle, that my mom told me when I was young.

    A famous painter in China had three sons, to whom he taught vigorously the art of painting. This painter was famous for making paintings so well drawn, people thought they were absolutely real at first glance.

    This painter was becoming very old, so he had to decide who to give the largest share of his inheritance to. By now, all three of his sons were aspiring young men, and they ...
  2. Reading Between the Lines

    This is an image that's been floating around the Internet for a while. If you've seen this before, shush! Or at least spoiler your answer :P

    One day, a woman was reading the classifieds in the newspaper, looking for a man wanting a date, when she came upon the following blurb:

    A tall, well-built woman with good
    reputation, who can cook frogs'
    legs, who appreciates a good fuc-
    shia garden, classical music, and tal-
    king without ...
  3. Leprechauns?

    One day while hunting for treasures out in the wilderness of Ireland, John and Michael came across a small cave.

    They entered the cave, and caught four leprechauns in the act of counting their money.

    When the leprechauns noticed the two hunters, they immediately got up off their desks, startled. Then, they decided to introduce themselves. The leprechaun closest to them took off his hat and said very politely, "Hello. My name is Arbin, and these are my brothers ...

    Updated 15th April 2011 at 11:19 PM by Zekurom

  4. A sliding block puzzle

    In the style of Professor Layton.

    I was just juggling random pieces around until I realized that this was actually a pretty good puzzle.

    Updated 15th April 2011 at 03:49 PM by Zekurom (Crap, wrong image.)

  5. Numerical Acronyms

    If you've ever searched for IQ tests on the Internet, you may have come across this charming test of acronym recognition.

    Given a phrase of first letters (e.g. "365 D in a Y"), you need to find the full phrase (i.e. "365 Days in a Year"). I've tried to order them in increasing order of difficulty.

    99 B of B on the W

    13 C in a S of P C

    3 P C of L

    6 F of R

    12 N in a C S

    1 R ...

    Updated 31st March 2011 at 09:30 PM by Zekurom (quoting.)

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