Solving riddles probably makes many of us remember our childhood, when all we had to do was exercise, play, and learn.
Back then, one of my teachers often challenged my friends and me with different types of riddles. It was an exciting way to end the school day.
Or maybe you think of classic TV shows like Braingames, where the show featured different puzzles for all ages.
Riddles are perfect for brain-teasing, a great way to keep the mind sharp and curious. In addition, you get to test your skills, which is always fun!
In the same way that your body needs a light jog or a walk around the block now and then, the brain also needs exercise.
There are many different types of brainteasers, but as long as you engage in problem-solving and give those brain cells a good workout, anything counts.
Answer this riddle
Lately, old riddles have been gaining popularity online and have become a way to interact with friends and family. A nice challenge to exercise the brain and have some fun, a win-win in my book!
However, when it comes to riddles, it is important to concentrate. The information that it gives often has hidden details that can lead to the answer.
In other words, it’s time to put that concentration of yours to the test. Are you good with riddles?
Here’s the challenge
Here is today’s challenge. You can see it in the picture below.
Image source: The Laugh Club / Newsner“A boy and a doctor are fishing. The boy is the doctor’s son, but the doctor is not the boy’s father. Who’s the doctor?”
Can you answer this riddle? It is tricky, but if you concentrate, I know you can handle it.
A clue: think outside the box.
If you can’t find the answer, you can see it below.
The answer is revealed
If you couldn’t figure out the answer, you are not alone. This mystery has left many people tearing their hair out.
The answer comes after the next picture.
Image source: PixabayHere is the answer:
The doctor is a woman, and thus the mother of the boy.
It was important to give it a good thought, right?
Did you solve the riddle on your own? Congratulations in that case!
Now press that SHARE button below and see if your friends can answer this riddle as well!
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