What do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?

A teacher… now, I’ve probably offended every teacher on the planet.

 

5. What Gets Whiter When Dirtier


What gets whiter the dirtier it gets?

Answer: A chalkboard.

 

4. School Bus Riddle


Which direction is the school bus travelling?

This brainteaser appeared in a National Geographic Brain Games series. It was found that children solved this puzzle very quickly, whereas adults struggled.

Answer: The answer depends on where you live around the world. The clue is the positioning of the bus’s doors.

If you live in the UK, the bus would be driving from left to right but if you live in the United States, the bus would be driving from right to left, as the doors would be positioned on the alternative side to the driver.

 

3. Three Girls Going To School


There were three girls going to school and they were sharing one umbrella. How come all the girls did not get wet?

Answer: It wasn’t raining. The riddle never stated that it was raining.

Were you caught out by this cheeky riddle? Be honest…

 

2. Maths Riddle


A maths teacher asks his pupils:

How can four be half of five?

Answer: What you’re about to read may seem a little far-fetched but prepare for your mind to be blown.

You might have tried some complex equations or some elaborate fractions but the answer is right in front of you.

If you look at the word, “five”, you will see the letters “iv” halfway. The Roman numeral for four is “iv”, which is “half” (two of the four letters) of the word “five”, if that makes some sort of sense.

What did I say…. Mind-blowing.

 

1. A Teacher Asks His Students…


A teacher asks his students to solve the following puzzle:

I am the beginning of everything, the end of everywhere. I’m the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space. What am I?

Answer: The letter “e”.