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Greeting Twins

Two people are walking towards **each** **other** on a beach. They are both completely identical. Who will be the first to greet the **other**?

Four Daughters

Mary has four daughters, and **each** of her daughters has a brother. How many children does Mary have?

The Handshakers

If seven people meet **each** **other** and **each** shakes hands only once with **each** of the **others**, how many handshakes will there have been?

Four Brothers Who Run

We are four brothers who always stand the same distance from **each** **other**. We run and we run but never reach **each** **other**. What are we?

Which Word Doesn't Fit?

Which of the following words don't belong in the group and why? CORSET, COSTER, SECTOR, ESCORT, COURTS

Pizza for Golf

Mickey and Donald decided to take a break from shooting cartoons and played several golf matches against **each** **other** in a week.
They played for a pizza at **each** match, but no pizzas were purchased until the end of the week.
If at any time Mickey and Donald had the same number of wins, those pizzas were canceled. Mickey won four matches (but no pizzas), and Donald won three pizzas. How many rounds of golf were played?

5 Pirates Find Gold

5 pirates are parting ways after finding a treasure of 100 pieces of gold. The pirates decide to split it based on a vote. **Each** pirate, from oldest to youngest, gets to propose a plan on how to split the gold.
If at least 50 percent of the **other** remaining pirates agree on the plan, that is how they will split the gold. If less than 50 percent of the pirates agree, the pirate who came up with the plan will be thrown overboard. **Each** pirate is smart, greedy, and wants to throw as many **others** overboard as possible without reducing the amount of gold they get.
What plan can the first (oldest) pirate propose to live and get as much gold as possible?

Nonstop Trains

A nonstop train leaves Moscow for Leningrad at 60 mph. Another nonstop train leaves Leningrad for Moscow at 40 mph. How far apart are the trains 1 hour before they pass **each** **other**?

The Cheating Husbands

In an apartment complex in New York there are one hundred married couples. When one of the husbands cheats on his wife with one of the **other** wives, his wife has no idea. With the large amount of gossip in the complex, all of the **other** wives know he is cheating. If a wife finds out that her husband is cheating on her, she kills him the following morning. Someone anonymously sends an email to all of the wives in the building **saying** that at least 1 man is cheating on his wife in the building.
How many husbands will be killed and how long will it take?

A Hundred Stones

A hundred stones are placed, in a straight line, a yard distant from **each** **other**. How many yards must a person walk, who undertakes to pick them up, and place them in a basket stationed one yard from the first stone?

The Sister in the Woods

You are lost in the woods and the path you are following forks into two: a path to the left and one to the right. One path will lead you to safety while the **other** will cause you to be lost forever.
At the fork are two twin sisters who know which path is which. The sisters are identical in every way except one: one of the sisters always tells the truth while the **other** always lies.
You can ask only one question and you donâ€™t know which sister is which. What can you **say** to them so you know which path to take?

A True Equation

Use the numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 and the symbols + and = to make a true equation.
Conditions: **Each** must be used exactly once and no **other** numbers or symbols can be used.

A Tale of Two Coins

If you have two coins which total 35 cents and one of the coins is not a dime, what are the two coins?

The Julius Caeser Box Riddle

What does this message **say**? Can you decipher it?
G T Y O R J O T E O U I A B G T

Finish this sequence top to bottom...

Look at this sequence from top to bottom. What is the next number in the sequence?
1
11
21
1211
111221
312211
?

The Car Thief

A car thief, who had managed to evade the authorities in the past, unknowingly took the automobile that belonged to Detective Anderson. The detective wasted no time and spared no effort in discovering and carefully examining the available clues. He was able to identify four suspects with certainty that one of them was the culprit.
The four make the statements below. From twelve of total statements, six are true and six false.
Suspect A:
1. C and I have met many times before today.
2. B is guilty.
3. The car thief did not know it was the Detective's car.
Suspect B:
1. D did not do it.
2. D's third statement is false.
3. I am innocent.
Suspect C:
1. I have never met A before today.
2. B is not guilty.
3. D knows how to drive.
Suspect D:
1. B's first statement is false.
2. I do not know how to drive.
3. A did it.
Which one is the car thief?

Brothers and Sisters

A girl has as many brothers as sisters, but **each** brother has only half as many brothers as sisters. How many brothers and sisters are there in the family?

The One-Sided Toaster

Susan uses a toaster that has 2 slots. The toaster toasts one side of **each** piece of bread at a time, and it takes exactly 1 minute to do so.
If Susan wants to make three pieces of toast, what is the LEAST amount of time she needs to toast them on both sides?

The Marrying Kind

A woman from New York married ten different men from that city, yet she did not break any laws. None of these men died, and she never divorced. How was this possible?

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