Can You Solve the Toughest Riddles Ever?

Literally speaking

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Some hard riddles trip you up by sending you to the easiest answer first. You got this one easy, right? Twenty-six—if you’re talking English alphabet. Not so fast. Take another look and get super simple and straightforward. Here are more brain teasers that will leave you stumped.

The Answer: Eleven letters in “the alphabet”

Family affair

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Hard riddles work to trip you up and send you off in scattered directions. Try to stay clear and just follow the logic. Using letters as placeholders for names like “Uncle Bob” or “Aunt Linda” makes straightforward relationships seem difficult.

The Answer: A is D’s aunt

Line up

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This super hard question asks you to determine the relationship between the letters. They seem random: a vowel, two consonants from the tail of the alphabet, two from the front, then two more. What could they mean? What’s the pattern? In this case, think of common strings of words to get you closer. But it still seems almost impossible to hit on the solution. These are the brain exercises that can help you get smarter.

The Answer: E N T (Each letter represents the first letter in the written numbers: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, etc.)

Yours or mine

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The key to this riddle to think of anything else but an actual object. Use your critical thinking skills to get conceptual on this one.

The Answer: Your name

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