Brain-teasing is something most people don’t do often enough. From TV and magazines, we all know how important it is to exercise the body regularly.
That’s right, our bodies benefit significantly from a regular workout. But most people forget we also need to exercise the most important “muscle” in the body, namely the brain.
Today, technology handles most of the critical thinking for us, which means that you rarely put those brain cells to work anymore.
So if you want to get a good mental workout, you can always solve a few brainteasers.
Many shapes and forms
Brainteasers can have many shapes and forms. As long as you use your intellect and deduction skills to solve a new challenge, anything can work. It can be Crossword Puzzles and Sudoku from the newspapers, or even old math problems.
The test below may not fall into any of the above categories. However, it has proven to be quite popular online.
Which family has the strongest bond?
Here comes today’s challenge. Below we can see a picture of three families walking together.
The challenge: Which of these families has the closest relationship?
Can you see it? It’s not easy, so look at the picture carefully before you decide.
Below, we’ll show you the solution.
Here is the closest family
Have you come up with an answer? The closest family will be shown after the picture below.
Image source: PexelsThe correct answer is family number 3.
Why is it number 3? Well, let’s take a closer look at the picture.
Family number 1: The wife and daughter seem close, but the father looks a little absent and doesn’t try to reach out.
Family number 2: These three hardly look like a family. The parents don’t seem to care too much about the daughter, and there is no contact.
Family number 3: Here, we have a family that seems very close. The parents hold each other tightly, and the father holds his daughter securely with his hand. That’s why family number 3 is the correct answer!
Did you get it right? Congratulations!
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