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Open Us, Close Us

Open us, and you can’t see us without a mirror.
Close us, and you can’t see us at all. What are we?

The answer is YOUR EYES.

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A Bunch of Words

Examine the 12 words below and determine what popular proverb is represented by them.

mimicirispicnic
pilgrimlovegiving
loverigidicing
spiritvigilcrisis

The answer is LOVE IS BLIND.

All the words in the table have 2 “eyes” (i’s), except for the word “love”.

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6 Missing Letters

Fill the blanks with 6 different letters to read a meaningful sentence.

A _losopher of _sic in _na _ght about the _ances of _tch.

You should add the 6 Greek letters φ (phi), μ (mu), χ (chi), τ (tau), ν (nu), π (pi), and get the sentence:

A philosopher of music in China taught about the nuances of pitch.

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Clean Death

A man was going to bleach his socks because they had gotten muddy the day before. As he was pouring the bleach into the washing machine, he spilled some on the floor. He got some cleaning fluid and mopped it up with a rag. Minutes later he was dead. What killed him?

When the ammonia (NH3), found in cleaning fluids, is mixed with bleach (a dilute solution of sodium hypochlorite, NaOCl), a deadly gas (monochloramine, NH2Cl) is produced that can kill a person instantly. The resulting chemical reactions are the following:

  1. Bleach decomposes, forming hydrochloric acid and subsequently chlorine gas:
    NaOCl → NaOH + HOCl
    HOCl → HCl + O
    NaOCl + 2HClCl2 + NaCl + H2O
  2. The chlorine gas reacts with the sodium hypochlorite in the bleach, releasing chloramine as a vapor:
    2NH3 + Cl2 → 2NH2Cl
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In This Shoe…

Fill the three missing numbers (using words) in the shoe below.

You should fill the words FIVE, THREE, FOUR to get:

“In this shoe, there are five H’s, three O’s, and four T’s.”

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