There are three jars filled with candies. One jar is filled with banana candies, one jar is filled with lemon candies and one jar has a mix of both. All the jars are mislabelled (i.e. all the jars have wrong labels about what kind of candies they contain).
All the candies look very similar in shape, size and color and they even smell the same. The only way to distinguish them is by tasting.
You have to eat one and only one candy to determine the correct jar labels. You can eat that one candy from any jar you want as long as you eat only one in total. Riddle Answer
There are four days that start with the letter ‘T’. Two of them are ‘Tuesday’ and ‘Thursday’. Can you name the remaining two? Riddle Answer
Which word in the dictionary is spelled incorrectly? Riddle Answer
A father and his son were travelling in the car and they met with an accident. The father died on the spot and the son became unconscious.
He was taken to hospital and the doctor said, “I can’t operate this boy, he is my son.”
Who is the Doctor ? Riddle Answer
Three large people try to crowd under one small umbrella, but nobody gets wet. How is this possible? Riddle Answer