Riddles are proven to help improve your brain function, logical thinking, and focus! We love finding tricky riddles for you to try out so this is a new series of brainteasers for you! What are you waiting for, give it a go!

The riddle below has made thousands of Internet users scratch their heads in bewilderment. Can you solve it?

You have a spoon, a cup, and a bucket – now what’s the fastest way to get the water out? You can only use one method!

Think about this one for a while. I don’t know how they found this out, but apparently, only 1 in 5 adults get it right on the first try. So this is far from simple!

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**Find the answer below!**

**The answer is: Pull the plug!**

Sure, it wasn’t listed as an alternative – but who said that you had to use the bucket, the cup, or the spoon? The fastest way to empty the tub is without a doubt to pull the plug!

**Challenge: Only a few people get how many eggs are left**

**How many eggs do I have left?**

Riddles are proven to help improve your brain function, logical thinking, and focus! We love finding tricky riddles for you to try out so this is a new series of brainteasers for you! What are you waiting for, give it a go!

The riddle below has gotten thousands of people wanting to pull their hair out trying to solve it. It’s anything but easy, however, if you really concentrate and think about it, you should be able to do it.

**How many eggs do I have left?**

Here comes today’s puzzle. Look at the next picture.

The puzzle is:

I have six eggs.

I broke two.

I cooked two.

I ate two.

How many eggs do I have left?

Think about this one for a while. I don’t know how they found this out, but apparently, only a few people get it right on the first try. So this is far from simple! We’ll show you the correct answer below.

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**Here is the answer**

**The correct answer is 4.**

How? Well, if I had six eggs. Then I broke, cooked, and ate two of them, I’d still have four eggs. The text is written to fool you into thinking that all the eggs are gone. Clever, right?

**Did you get it right? Did you have a wrong initial answer?**