Today’s Challenge: Few can sort out this riddle on their first attempt

Exercise is as essential for the brain as it is for any other part of the body. That is if you want to live a long and happy life.

You have to set all your obligations aside for a bit and just concentrate on giving your head a good workout.

It is an effective and quick way to clear the mind, and often, you’ll feel much more present and rested after a few brainteasers. Besides, you might learn something new as well!

The riddle below is an example of classic brainteasers, so it’s crucial to bring out the competitiveness within yourself.

No brainteasers since school

Riddles and other types of brainteasers were more common when we went to school—all you had to worry about back then was to learn and have fun.

Image source: PxHereHowever, it is actually good for the brain to exercise regularly. Besides, few things beat the feeling you get once you overcome a puzzle on your own!

Only a few solve the riddle immediately

Today’s puzzle is a classic one and has been going around online for years now.

It is anything but simple, and as with most riddles, it is important to think outside the box to succeed.

Here is the mystery: Larry’s father has 5 sons named Ten, Twenty, Thirty, Forty… can you guess what is the name of the fifth son?

Image source: The Laugh Club / NewsnerHmm, not quite simple, right? A clue: read the riddle once more, very carefully, and maybe you’ll find the solution this time.

If not, we’ll report the answer below.

Here is the correct answer to the riddle

If you managed to figure out the riddle yourself, congratulations, you can give yourself a pat on the back.

If not, the answer will appear after the image below.

Image source: PixabayIf you didn’t succeed, here is the answer: Larry.

As I said, if you read the riddle carefully, you will see that it says: “Larry’s father has five sons,” and that’s simply where the answer is.

Clever, right?

Now press that SHARE button below and see if your friends can solve this tricky mystery as well!



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