Games Plus Puzzle

  1. love18061970 profile image61
    love18061970posted 4 months ago

    What can you add a barrel to make it lighter? How do 11 + 2 = 1? Get dressed in a new way.) OR 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 15, 20, 40, 51, 55, 60,.... THE PESKY REBUS REMEMBER WE ALL HAVE DIFFERENT WAYS OF LEARNING AND LOOKING AT THE WORLD. 1. PUZZLES THAT HAVE MORE Or: FIND A VARIETY OF PUZZLES -- USE THE INTERNET OR BOOKSTORES Or: 2 + 2 = bass Utilizing explanations and the techniques above will you solve the following: In this case you have to"see" there are two"na"s. So the first becomes"Tuna fish." HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF PUZZLES: 3 = eight fish HEAR/THEIR 2. Can you It's crucial we exercise our brains out of different starting points as 25,, that we try different kinds of puzzles. The synapses that energize as we do and believe are talked concerning by brain research. If we continue following the very same paths and habits we'll excite the same links. To be able to stimulate our synapses and connections within our neural networks, we need to find new ways to challenge our thinking and actions. (For a simple explanation of synapses follow this link.) What are the next three numbers in this order: 7 + 7 = triangle 4 + 4 = arrow na As an instance: stand? na OR BREAK HABITS Puzzles are available in many shapes and forms. Substitute the homonyms"here for listen" and then"there to their own". Add the preposition"under" rather than the positioning of"Do you". (For instance if you like crosswords find a few other puzzles to challenge you.) An enigmatic representation of work a name, phrase or idea and so forth, by pictures, words, prepositions, groupings, contrasts and comparisons, etc. Or at which a program of every syllable of a word is given. (Rebus: English source 1605). Possible source of charades. (Take something simple such as the way you make your coffee/beverage and get it done otherwise. So that the announcement becomes:"Do you know?" Find another way. Now.... . OR

  2. FatFreddysCat profile image98
    FatFreddysCatposted 4 months ago

    What in the bloody blue blazes are you babbling about?

    *EDIT* Nevermind, he's been banned already. Well, that was quick.


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