Fun Stuff #6

Welcome to my last fun stuff! I’ll be back tomorrow- and you can find out the answers to all my puzzles and riddles! The password to the answers post will be ‘gimmetheanswers’- so if you want the answers- type in that password!

Anyway, here are some more cool imagechef pictures:

Lol the family’s new coat of arms!

And here are some more logic puzzles (answers tmorrow):

Philosopher’s Clock
This is an old logic puzzle. One philosopher had a clock, which he had forgotten to wind up. He had no other clock, watch, radio, TV, phone or any other device telling the time. So when his clock stopped he went to a friend (road from one house to another is flat plane only), stayed there the whole night and when he came home, he knew the right time.
How could he know?

Masters of Logic Puzzles (dots)
Three masters of logic wanted to find out who was the wisest one. So they invited the grand master, who took them into a dark room and said: “I will paint each one of you a red or a blue dot on your forehead. When you walk out and you see at least one red point, raise your hands. The one who says what colour is the dot on his own forehead first, wins.” Then he painted only red dots on every one. When they went out everybody had their hands up and after a while one of them said: “I have a red dot on my head.”
How could he be so sure?

Masters of Logic Puzzles II. (hats)
The two losing masters wanted a riposte against the winning master, so the grand master showed them 5 hats, two white and three black. Then he said: “I will turn off the light and put a hat on each of your heads and hide the other hats. When I turn on the light you will have equal chances to win. Each of you will see the hats of the two others, however not his own. The first one saying the colour of his hat will win.” Then before he could turn off the light, one of the masters (the same one again) guessed, what the colour of his hat will be.
What hat was it and how did he know?

Masters of Logic Puzzles III. (stamps)
Try this. The grand master takes a set of 8 stamps, 4 red and 4 green, known to the logicians, and loosely affixes two to the forehead of each logician so that each logician can see all the other stamps except those 2 in the moderator’s pocket and the two on her own head. He asks them in turn if they know the colors of their own stamps:
A: “No.”
B: “No.”
C: “No.”
A: “No.”
B: “Yes.”
What are the colors of her stamps, and what is the situation?

And, finally, here are some jokes:

What do you call a man with a plank of wood on his head?

What do you call a man who lives on a mountain?

What do you call a woman with a cat on her head?

As I said, tune in for the answers post tomorrow!
Until next time…
Waddle on!


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