You walk into a room and see a bed. On the bed there are 2 dogs, 4 cats, a giraffe, 5 cows and a duck. There are also 3 chickens flying above the bed. How many legs are on the floor?
Our word of attention is the word above the bed. Because the question asks how many legs are on the floor. But while telling the question, the word was always used on the bed. The words are different on the bed and on the floor.
It is only our legs and bed’s leg contact with the floor. We have 2 legs and bed has 4 legs. Totaly, there are 6 legs in contact with the floor. Dogs, cats, giraffe, cows, duck, chicken not important. Because they are on bed not on floor.
Answer is 6 legs.
Nowadays, most populer riddle is At a four-legged table, there is one grandma, two mothers, two daughters and a granddaughter. How many legs are under the table?
Answer is like;
Firstly, you can say 6 people around tables but not. In fact, only 3 people sitting around the table. Because a grandmother (1 person), her daughter (both a mother and a daughter is 1 person) and her granddaughter (a daughter and granddaughter is 1 person)
3 people have 6 legs. And olso table has 4 legs. Totaly there 10 legs under table.
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Our new riddle like this:
I wield two blades
Flanked by Justice and Law
I strike true and fair, hour by hour
For monarchs and peasants alike.
To solve this, you need to know a little about France and Paris. If you do not have any information, you can look at the answer without thinking.
Answer; You must looking for a symbol that two statues of Justice and Law placed next to a clock which found on the big clock in Boulevard du Paris at France. If you you know something about Paris architecture, you are so lucyly.
Climb to the clock and use your Eagle vision to uncover the rune you can interact with. Get the map and find the flag. Then unlock the second riddle.