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Title: Brain Twisters
Description: Post all your brain twisters here


Yamunu - May 25, 2009 06:29 PM (GMT)
Got a brain twister you find hard or complicated to do? Post here and lets others try them :).
ex:
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animal magik - May 26, 2009 08:03 AM (GMT)
That was fairly easy tbh.

Yamunu - May 26, 2009 08:24 PM (GMT)
Oh? how fast did you say it? lol.

K Arthur90 - May 26, 2009 10:31 PM (GMT)
> There's a trick to go through that one Yam:
> Force your eyesight until you lose focus of the words, but can still make out the colors. This way you'll only see coloured smudges, which you can quickly say :P

> Here are some good brain twisters:

> 1. Medium - Five girls ran out of the shopping mall as the band came down the street. Jesse was not the first out. Cindy was neither the first nor last. Mary Jane pushed out immediately behind Jesse. Peggy wasn't the second out. Zelda was two girls behind Peggy. In what order did the girls race from the shopping mall?

> 2. Hard - To qualify for the race, Kruger needs to average 60 mph overall in his two warm-up heats, each one one mile long. In his first heat, he did a 30 mph average. How fast must Kruger go in his second heat to qualify for the race? Will he be able to qualify?

> 3. Hard - Charles and Bethany (brother and sister) come from a large family. Charles has as many brothers as he has sisters, while Bethany has only half as many sisters as she has brothers. How many bro's and sis's are there in the family?

> 4. Hard - At the ceremony, five guests (Colin, Emily, Katie, Fred, Irene) didn't know how to arrange themselves at the dinner table. However, they come to a couple agreements: "Colin won't sit next to Katie. Emily won't sit next to Fred neither Katie. Katie won't sit next to Irene, neither is Emily, and Fred would like to sit on Irene's left. How did they arranged themselves then?

> 5. Medium/Hard - Linda has just unpacked her shipment of fish food jars. One dozen of each red, orange, yelow, green and blue jars. Each color jar is packed on its own box. All the jars should weigh 3 oz each. However, she noticed that in one of the boxes the label said each jar weighed 3.1 oz. Luckily, Linda owns a spring scale accurate to 1/10 of an ounce. What is the minimum number of weighings that Linda must make to find out the color of the overweight jars?

animal magik - May 28, 2009 12:49 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Yamunu @ May 26 2009, 03:24 PM)
Oh? how fast did you say it? lol.

Like, two words per second or 2 words in 1.5 seconds or something.

sonic733733 - June 23, 2009 04:34 AM (GMT)
Ok, here I go.

Green!
Blue.........wait...............................................Dammit! :angry:




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