Can you solve this tricky Riddle about two sons born at the same time?

Since time immemorial, people have challenged each other with different things – board/card games, puzzles, riddles, or any other type of brainteaser.

It is a bit unclear why, but most people solve challenges faster when there is someone to compete with. Maybe it’s because puzzles trigger our competitive instincts more than other activities.

It is also healthy for the brain to solve a riddle from time to time. It helps everything “up there” to stay fresh and sharp!

Today, riddles are perhaps something we mostly associate with newspapers and magazines. But if you look around a bit online, you will soon find out that there tons of awesome riddles available with just the click of a button.

You must focus to succeed

When it comes to riddles, it is very seldom that the obvious answer is the correct one. You have to think outside the box to solve them.

Now let’s see how good you are at solving riddles – the one below has left thousands of people tearing their hair out in despair.

How are the sons not twins?

This riddle is a fantastic way to test yourself. I had to give it a good thought before coming up with the answer. Only a few people guess it on their first try.

Well – here comes the challenge. Can you figure out the answer?

A woman gave birth to two sons who were born at the same hour on the same day of the same year. However, they are not twins. How is this possible?

This one is quite tricky! Take your time, but if you can’t figure it out, the answer will be after the picture below!

Image source: Pexels

Correct answer: They are triplets! The 2 sons make up two-thirds of the total, and the third child is a girl! So all the info was correct. There just happened to be another sibling!

Now challenge your friends by pressing that SHARE button below and see who’s the fastest mind around!




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