11. A truck driver is going down a one-way street the wrong way, and passes at least ten cops. Why is he not caught? This is considered a tricky question but common sense is definitely involved. Again, just as with the other tricky questions, once you have the answer, you’ll be shocked that you didn’t get it beforehand! The answer is that the man wasn’t even driving! He was walking on the sidewalk. Yepp, obvious yet not so obvious.
12. Alright, back to some tricky questions on random facts! These aren’t always easy to guess, but when you do guess them correctly, it’s pretty satisfying. This river in Oregon, United States, was in the Guinness World Records as being the world’s shortest river at 440 feet (130m). The name of the river starts with the letter “D” and is considered the shortest river name as well. Do you know what it’s named? I’ll give you a guess..the answer is easier than you think. If you guessed “River D”…you are CORRECT!
13. According to Astronauts, when you are looking from outer space, riverbeds look very similar to the circulatory system of a living organism. Coincidently, during World War II doctors would use a certain water instead of blood plasma. What kind of water was this? This might be a tricky question, but if you think of different well-known waters, it might be easier than you thought! The correct answer is seawater! They would use it to save lives when they ran out of medical supplies.
14. Alright, here’s a tricky math question. But, if you really think about it, it’s not so mathematical after all. You go to a doctor and he gives you three pills. The doctor tells you that you are to take one pill every half hour. How long would it take you before all the pills had been taken? Well, you take the 1st pill right away. Then half an hour later, you take the second pill and then a half hour later you take the third. So the total time spent is an hour! Pretty simple, right?