You may be an adult, but you're never too old to solve a few brainteasers. In fact, many adults have found that their advanced age makes it difficult to solve the simplest of children's riddles. Does that mean that old people should stop exercising their brains and give up on mental puzzles? Absolutely not; the challenge will either send you spiraling into a quarter-life crisis, or encourage you to read more to increase your mental capacity. If you're diligent, it's likely that you'll succeed in strengthening your brain power.
After solving these riddles, you'll feel accomplished, and just a little bit younger and more spry (mentally speaking). Even if you can't puzzle them out, at least you can say that you tried; there's no judgment here.
What Is The Number Of The Parking Spot Containing The Car?
Answer: 87. The parking spots are actually flipped upside down. Flipped, they read 86, __, 88, 89, 90, 91.
Turn Me On My Side And I Am Everything. Cut Me In Half And I Am Nothing. What Am I?
Answer: The number 8. The number 8 looks like an infinity symbol if it's turned sideways. Cut in half, the digit looks like two zeros.
If You Have Me, You Want To Share Me. If You Share Me, You Don't Have Me. What Am I?
Answer: A secret. If you share a secret, then it's no longer secretive.
How Can 8 + 8 = 4 ?
Answer: Thinking in terms of time, 8 AM plus 8 hours equals 4 PM.