Are you interested to involve your brain in some exercise? By exercise for the brain we mean you will have a couple of tricky questions to think about in depth. These 21 intriguing questions will make you think hard, and if you are able to solve them don't forget to share it with your friends too, to help their brains do some workout.
Here you go!
Who are the two passengers who must not sit together in an airplane in the same row according to IATA (International Air Transport Association)?
A group of women needs to travel on the bus. When they get into, all of them sits at the back even though there are no other passengers on the bus. Why is that?
In 1445, all the church bells in Moscow began to ring simultaneously on their own and the inhabitants thought they were about to face the apocalypse. This same "doomsday" occurred in Kiev in 1091, and then again in Moscow in 1802. What was the cause of this "doomsday"?
The residents of Burma, Myanmar raise their own poultry and cattle but they do not slaughter the livestock. They sell out their animals to the neighbouring countries like China and buy back from the dealers the meat they want. Why do they waste their time and money?
Despite the dog breed, tail docking was quite common in Europe at certain times. Why?
Every day our planet Earth gains 60 tons of something and gets heavier. What is that thing?
Egypt, Turkey, and Russia have something in common. What is that?
In 1945 in Muzo, Columbia, every chicken killed was examined by a public official. Why such weird law?
Pele received a gold medal in 1965 for his autobiographic book 'Pele' from Brazilian Ministry of Education. How such book affected education?
When going hunting at night, some of the sub-Saharan Africans bind small pouches full of insects to their legs. What is the use of such strange thing?
In 1997 in Tabasco, Mexico, all kinds of beer were banned by the government officials to reduce alcoholism, but they had to face strong negative reaction. Then they decided to ban only one kind of beer. Which kind was that?
A senator is never interrupted while doing THIS in Swaziland during a parliament session because the great ancestors might be consulted by the government officials at that moment. What do they do?
African villages sell many of their traditional souvenirs that might be used as an instrument for some disease treatment. What are those souvenirs?
The first port in history where merchants were charged to use its docks is in a small town in Andalusia, Spain. What is that town called?
In the Guinness World Records, a river was listed as world's shortest river at 130 m (440 feet) in Oregon, United States. Coincidently, the name of this river which starts with "D" is probably the shortest name of the river. What is its name?
According to astronauts, riverbeds from outer space resembles the circulatory system of living organisms. This was an interesting observation and coincidently in World War II, doctors utilized THIS water as an alternate of blood plasma. What is the kind of that water?
Before 1941, US Air Force never allowed colorblind people to perform any military service. But at the beginning of the World War II all of the situation was changed, and suddenly they were in a greater demand as compared to other candidates. Why?
In Northern seas, some seabeds form long and narrow furrows which are often called scours or gouges. They extend up to 16 feet in depth and hundreds of feet in length. Which thing causes this phenomenon?
Where exactly were the first indoor Christmas trees in Europe positioned?
Iceland makes a new record every year around New Year's Eve in sales of THIS specific product. Which product is this?
If you have to alternate all of the glasses between full and empty and you are allowed to touch only one glass, how would you do that?