This riddle is for all the cricket fans. Let’s see how well do you know your cricket players. Identify Cricketers by Nicknames. Lil master Prince of Trinidad Mr 360 Mr Cricket Don The Wall Captain cool The Postmen Universal Boss King of reverse swing Pup Punter Rawalpindi express God of offside The Madmax Jumbo Pigeon
Received this riddle on WhatsApp today, it seems very easy at the beginning but then the number 7 at the end of the riddle seems to be incorrect. The numbers below are arranged according to a certain rule. Once you have figured out the rule, find the missing number. The number 7 in the final
Leopards are difficult to spot in wildlife for sure but sometimes they are even difficult to spot in pictures. Test your observation skills with this picture riddle. in the photo there is a leopard hidden somewhere, can you spot it? So were you able to solve the riddle? Leave your answers in the comment section
This riddle will help you improve your word power. For each of the hints given below, find a word ending in ‘ cate ’ Suspend a student. Cut the end of. Make unclear. Very detailed. Highly sensitive. Make a copy of. Renounce the throne. Make completely dry. Appease. Completely removed. Disentangle. Divide into two. Tame.
The riddle is for all cricket fans. Test your cricket knowledge with this puzzle. Two batsmen are each on 94 runs. 7 runs are needed to win in the last 3 balls of the last over. No extras or overthrows are conceded by the fielding team. Both batsmen score 100 and are not out. How
I got this image on WhatsApp today. I had a great time finding as many songs as possible in the painting, i hope you too enjoy solving this. In the painting below, there are several English songs from various genres that are painted together. I found around 60 songs… Check the painting carefully and search
Don’t forget to have fun with numbers, with this riddle you can have some quality time with your friends and family. Below you will see a series of equations, where the operator is used differently. Find the usage of the operator in the first 3 equations and then find the missing number in the last