## Celebrity Names 1

What celebrity names do these cave paintings represent?

**SOLUTION**

The answers are:

- Brick + Knee + Spears = Britney Spears
- Bread + Pit = Brad Pitt
- Gym + Carry = Jim Carrey

What celebrity names do these cave paintings represent?

The answers are:

- Brick + Knee + Spears = Britney Spears
- Bread + Pit = Brad Pitt
- Gym + Carry = Jim Carrey

Find a seven-letter sequence to fill in each of the three empty spaces and form a meaningful sentence.

The **★★★★★★★** surgeon was

The sequence is **NOTABLE**:

The NOTABLE surgeon was NOT ABLE to operate, because there was NO TABLE.

There are 7 loaves of bread that need to be shared equally among 12 people. How would you do this if you are not allowed to split any loaf into 12 pieces?

Split 4 of the loaves into 3 pieces and the other 3 loaves into 4 pieces. Then, give each person one of both types of pieces.

Move one red ball to turn the sequence 1-2-3-4 into 4-3-2-1.

Take the second-to-last ball and place it between the first two balls on the left.

What wears a crown but is no Prince,

Is good at standing but cannot sit,

Digs for years but leaves no pit,

And wears its jewels inside of it?

The answer is TREE.

If you turn the handle of the top left gear clockwise, will the box in the bottom right open or close?

The box will open.

What can you hold in your right hand but never in your left hand?

The answer is YOUR LEFT HAND.

If you drop me I’m sure to crack,

but give me a smile, and I’ll always smile back.

What am I?

The answer is MIRROR.

What tastes better than it smells?

The answer is TONGUE.

One hundred people entered a hotel that had 99 rooms, and each of them asked for their own room. In order to solve the problem, the bellboy did the following:

He asked the 100th guest to wait for a while with the 1st guest in room number 1, so that there were 2 guests inside. Then he took the 3rd guest to room number 2, the 4th guest to room number 3, and so on, until finally taking the 99th guest to room number 98. At the end he returned to room number 1 and took the 100th guest to room number 99, which was still vacant.

How could everybody get their own room?

The two people who were taken to room number 1 were guest 1 and guest 100. Thus, the 2nd guest ended up without a room.

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