Why Push a Car?
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.
A man pushes his car to a hotel, pays the owner of the hotel and pushes his car away.
What was he doing?
Playing a game of Monopoly.
Jul 17, 2003
Aug 12, 2003
|Heard it before, but still good.|
Dec 15, 2005
|Monopoly takes FOREVER TO finsh |
Dec 18, 2005
|I've heard this a million times already.|
Mar 13, 2006
May 29, 2006
| That was good |
Jun 21, 2006
|Nice one! (Hint made it too east. Be tougher on us next time!) |
Aug 13, 2006
|I love monopoly! Ishould have got it! |
Oct 27, 2006
|Sorry to be nitpicky but...|
You don't push your car away from a space in Monopoly right away. The token stays there until your next turn.
All the same... Good teaser!
Nov 21, 2006
|That was a great teaser! It was pretty easy though, seeing as I just finished a game of monopoly... |
Mar 12, 2008
|wow I went from another puzzle called "Bankrupt" to this one, there the same puzzle, where do you click to report duplicates?|
Mar 18, 2008
|I needed the hint but I liked it!|
Oct 11, 2008
|Very well written. I liked it.|
Apr 21, 2010
|Hmm. Monopoly. It's fun. The riddle was easy. Please make it harder next time.|
Dec 07, 2010
|Not very original. I doubt you came up with this yourself...|
Feb 18, 2015
| Super easy. I just saw the word car and push. I was like "Monopoly, obviously!" Don't wanna be rude but I don't think you made it yourself. There are duplicates of this on this website. *sigh* It could've been better |
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