Situation puzzles (sometimes called lateral thinking puzzles) are ones where you need to ask lots of yes or no questions to figure out what happened in the situation. These are good puzzles for groups where one person knows the puzzle and answers the questions.
Bob spends three days in a hospital, and when he is released he has to be carried out. However he is neither injured nor sick. In fact, he is in perfectly good health.
Why does he have to be carried out?
He is a newborn baby.
Jun 20, 2003
|Awesome teaser! I like it a lot....and another one into my favs.....GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
Jun 29, 2003
|HeHEe i got it right!!|
Aug 03, 2003
|me too. yaaa!!|
Aug 12, 2003
|Pretty easy, but I liked it!|
Aug 25, 2003
|Great! That's how a situation teaser should be. Keep it up!|
Sep 18, 2003
|He refuses to leave, thus he has to be carried out.|
Feb 08, 2004
|he is a worker at a hospital and worked three days straight without sleep and he fallas asleep at work and has to be carried out and driven home. |
Jun 03, 2004
|Why did they name that newborn baby Bob??? I liked this one! |
Mar 26, 2005
|That was funny. Yet it was easy.|
My mom though thought Bob was dead.
Jul 06, 2005
|he was a 2 year old kid who'd cracked it and was refusing to leave (or for that matter some other person who for some unknown reason was particularly attached to the hospital). hospital staff picked them up and carried them bodily from the hospital...|
Aug 27, 2005
|I thought Bob was a turtle or cat or something being carried out of a vet |
Sep 15, 2005
|Me to, it thought bob was a puppy |
Dec 08, 2006
|I hear this one before! But why in the world would they name their baby "Bob"??? "Bob the Baby"??? |
May 16, 2008
|AWWWWWW! Cute teaser!|
Aug 21, 2012
|I agree that Bob is not a cute name, then again if you name your baby Cutsie or something like that, by the time he's twenty, it won't really be cute anymore... |
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