# That man’s father

A man was looking at a portrait. Someone asked him, “Whose picture are you looking at”. He replied: “Brothers and sisters have I none, but this man?s father is my father?s son.” Who is in the picture?

The man is looking at a picture of his son.

Careful analysis of the statement, "Brothers and sisters I have none, but this man's father is my father's son", will reveal this to be the case. It is not possible that he could be looking at a picture of himself. The main phrase is, "That man's father is my father's son." Which means: "That man's father is me." (Your "father's son" is yourself if you have no brothers or sisters, as the puzzle says.) Making it even simpler, it means, "I am that man's father". Therefore, he is looking at his son.

# Juggling the jugs

If you want to measure out exactly one pint of water, and you have only a three pint jug and a five pint jug. How would you do it?

Fill the three pint jug with water and pour it into the five pint jug. Then fill the three pint jug with water once again, and pour it into the five pint jug until it is completely full. The water remaining in the three pint jug is one pint.

# Rode To Town

A man rode to town on Friday, stayed three days, and left on Wednesday. The trip to town and back takes less than a day. How is it possible??

His horse's name was Friday!

# 12 tons

There is a bridge that is 7 miles long the center of the bridge can only hold 12 tons. Three mile away from the center of the bridge is a truck that weighs exactlly 12 tons. When the truck gets to the center of the bridge a flock of birds lands on the truck. Why doesnt the bridge break?

Because the truck wasted three miles of gas

# The man in the desert

A man is found in the middle of the desert, dead, with bruises, and what looks like a backpack around his shoulders. There are no footsteps leading to him, or car trails, or animal foot steps. There was no wind for the past week. How did this man get there, and what killed him?

His parachute did not open

# Mind Bender 12

A singer has twice as mant pants as pairs of shoes in her wardrobe and three-halves as many t-shirts as pants. What is the least number of items she can have in her wardrobe in order to make a different shoes, pants, and T-shirt combinations for each day of the year. (Hint: Try using a tree diagram) Show All work.

Let P=pants
S=shoes
T=T-shirts

# I Am The Center of Gravity

I am the center of gravity, hold a capital situation in Vienna, and as I am foremost in every victory, am allowed by all to be invaluable.

Though I am invisible, I am clearly seen in the midst of a river.

I could name three who are in love with me and have three associates in vice.

It is vain that you seek me for I have long been in heaven yet even now lie embalmed in the grave.

What am I?

The letter V