It’s important to exercise our brain regularly in order to try and keep our brains healthy and active. This is important no matter how old you are.
You could be in your early twenties, but do you really want to have an old, unhealthy brain? No, I didn’t think so.
You can be as physically healthy as you want, but if your brain isn’t healthy then you’re essentially running a sports car with an old and ruined engine.
There are a few ways you can make sure your brain is staying fit and active.
You can do a number of puzzles which are designed to challenge you and exercise your brain on a daily basis.
Or you can exercise your brain with brain teasers and riddles.
But this can often be trickier than it looks.
Most people struggle with brain teasers, and it often makes people think their mind is melting.
I think we can all relate to that struggle!
While the brain teaser may seem simple at first, it actually leaves a lot of people wondering what on earth they’ve just read.
Never the less, challenging yourself regularly with these brain teasers is an important part of brain exercise.
So to make sure your brain is in tip-top fighting condition, here are some tricky questions that will have you scratching your head!
1. International Air Transport Association
This first question will put your airplane knowledge to the test.
According to IATA (International Air Transport Association), these two passengers must not sit together in the same row in the airplane…who are these two people?
Just take a moment to think about it, take some time. Feel like you’re ready for the answer?
It’s Cats and Dogs! Let’s be honest, that was a pretty tricky question but at the same time, it#’s really just a case of common sense.
Good job if you got it right!
A group of women decides to go onto a local bus. The bus is not crowded at all, but the women still decide to sit at the back. Why would they do that?
For most people, this question isn’t all that obvious. But if you know a thing or two about foreign culture, you’ll know that in Iran small kids and all women have to sit at the back of the bus.
3. Russian History
Thankfully you don’t need to know a lot about history to answer this next question!
In 1445, the church bells in Moscow started ringing all at the same time on their own. Because of this, the people in Moscow believed that they were facing an apocalypse.
The same thing happened in 1091 in Kiev and again in 1802 in Moscow. What do you think was the reason for the ‘doomsday’?
Just take a moment to think about it logically. Think you’re ready for the answer?
It was an earthquake!
4. Take Your Time
The next question is pretty tricky, so you’ll need to focus to be able to figure it out. Ready for it?
What is easy to get into but difficult to get out of?
Take your time to work out the answer, because if you get it wrong you’ll kick yourself for it!
Alright, ready for the answer? Here is the answer: it’s trouble. Some of you are probably thinking “Why didn’t I think of that???”