Enough about how we help our clients reach their marketing goals... let's loosen up.
We've got some brain teasers in our Head Games section aimed at keeping you sharp (or driving you crazy).
Monty Hall has randomly placed a car behind one of three closed doors. There is a goat behind each of the other two doors. "First you choose a door by pointing to it," he explains. "Then I will open one of the other doors to reveal a goat. After I've shown you the goat, you can switch doors or keep your original choice, and you win whatever is behind that door you choose."
You point to Door #1. Mr. Hall opens Door #3 to show you a goat. Now there are two closed doors remaining, and you have to make your choice: Do you stick with Door #1? Or do you switch to Door #2?
A man is looking at a photo and says, "Brothers and sisters I have none, but this man's father is my father's son." Who is he looking at a photo of?
A farmer has a fox, a goat and a cabbage. He wants to cross a river but his boat will hold only one item besides himself. He cannot leave the fox with the goat or the goat with the cabbage. How can he get all three across the river?
Dr. Frankenstein has sent Igor out to find another body. In the cemetery are two graves. The inscription on the left tombstone says, "This grave is empty." The inscription on the right tombstone says, "This grave is full and only one of these inscriptions is correct." Where should Igor dig?
If a Rajastanian, working alone, can build the temple in four months, a Suleyman can build it in six months, and a Kaffir can build it in twelve months, how long will it take to build the temple if all three of them work together?