How much do you know?

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Test how much you really know you may know a lot may know a little, don't know? Then test it by taking this short quiz.

  • 1
    An electric train is going one way and the wind is going the other way. Which way is the smoke going?
  • 2
    Their are 6 people jumping into a pool over and over 5 people got their hair wet. Why didn't the other one get his hair wet?
  • 3
    There are 12 apples hanging in an apple tree. 12 men walk by Each grabs 1 apple and still leaving 11 hanging their. How is this possible?
  • 4
    What type of room has no walls?
  • 5
    How far can you run into the woods?
  • 6
    What seven letters holds hundreds of letters?
  • 7
    A box without hinges, lock or key, yet golden treasures reside within. What is it?
  • 8
    It's red, blue, green but no one can touch it not even the queen. What is it?
  • 9
    The more you have of me the less you see? What am I?
  • 10
    Even the strongest man can only hold me for a few minutes. What am I?

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Comments (9)


295 days ago
in number 4 it should be any of them that is correct cos they r all the same
820 days ago
# 8 does not give rainbow as an says " queen"
980 days ago
An egg is not a box. It is a container, but not all containers are boxes. Boxes are pretty clearly defined types of containers that are square or rectangular and have flat bottoms. Eggs are none of that.
1000 days ago
What is with question number 4?
1003 days ago
1031 days ago
I don't understand question 4.
1386 days ago
Author used 'Their' correctly. Their shows posession. There is a place, and they're is a contraction meaning they are.
1386 days ago
But a rainbow is made up of more colors than red, blue, and green.
1441 days ago
I refuse to even proceed with this "IQ" test in which the author doesn't know the correct usage of "their" and "there".