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3 Mind-Blowing Lateral Thinking Puzzles

3 Mind-Blowing Lateral Thinking Puzzles
Have you ever wondered if your mind is normal (i.e. average) or somehow different? Here are 3 lateral thinking tests. The answers are published below, but do not go immediately to read them! Think up your own answers first. Tests Here is the story of a young girl. Question: What motive did she have to do it? Take at most 10 seconds to do this test, otherwise it will not work. Find how many ‘f’s there are in the following text: Do the following reasoning exercise, answering the questions one by one, without going to the next question if you have not answered the previous yet. It is not necessary to write your answers. How much is: Yes, these are a bit more difficult but the exercise is really worth doing, so be patient: Now think of a tool and a color! Answers She hoped that the young man would appear again at the funeral. Explanation: If you gave the correct answer, you probably think like a psychopath. If you did not give the correct answer, it is good for you! How many ‘f’s did you find?

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