David B sent me this lovely autocue mess up…..

David B sent me this lovely autocue mess up…..

On Friday I posted this puzzle.

A shop sells chocolates for £1 each, and you can exchange 3 wrappers for 1 chocolate. If you start off with £15, how many chocolates can you buy?

If you have not tried to solve it, have a go now. For everyone else the answer is after the break.

Solution on Monday.

A shop sells chocolates for £1 each, and you can exchange 3 wrappers for 1 chocolate. If you start off with £15, how many chocolates can you buy?

I have produced an ebook containing 101 of the previous Friday Puzzles! It is called **PUZZLED** and is available for the **Kindle **(UK here and USA here) and on the **iBookstore** (UK here in the USA here). You can try 101 of the puzzles for free here.

Again, loads of people sent me this and boy is it wonderful!

Loads of people have sent me this great new video from OK GO. It must have taken a VERY long time to make and has some lovely stuff in it. Enjoy.

On Friday I posted these puzzles. If you have not tried to solve them, have a go now. For everyone else, the answer if after the break…

1) How many times can you subtract the number two from the number fifty?

2) You drive a bus from London to Edinburgh. At the first bus stop, 43 people get in. At the second stop, 9 more people get in. At the third stop, 45 passengers step off and 12 people get in. After nine hours, the bus arrives in Edinburgh. What is the name of the driver?

Two puzzles this week! Solutions on Monday.

1) How many times can you subtract the number two from the number fifty?

2) You drive a bus from London to Edinburgh. At the first bus stop, 43 people get in. At the second stop, 9 more people get in. At the third stop, 45 passengers step off and 12 people get in. After nine hours, the bus arrives in Edinburgh. What is the name of the driver?

I have produced an ebook containing 101 of the previous Friday Puzzles! It is called **PUZZLED** and is available for the **Kindle **(UK here and USA here) and on the **iBookstore** (UK here in the USA here). You can try 101 of the puzzles for free here.

David B sent me this wonderful video. So simple but very powerful. What do you think?

On Friday I set these 2 puzzles. If you have not tried to solve them, have a go now. For everyone else the answers are after the break…

1) What 5-letter word actually becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

2) Find a number less than 100 that is increased by one-fifth of its value when its digits are reversed.

Two puzzles this week! Solutions on Monday.

1) What 5-letter word actually becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

2) Find a number less than 100 that is increased by one-fifth of its value when its digits are reversed.

I have produced an ebook containing 101 of the previous Friday Puzzles! It is called **PUZZLED** and is available for the **Kindle **(UK here and USA here) and on the **iBookstore** (UK here in the USA here). You can try 101 of the puzzles for free here.

Denis M brought this great video to my attention. Just shows the power of acetates!

On Friday I set this puzzle…..

The day before yesterday Joan was 17. Next year she will be 20. How can that be the case?

If you have not tried to solve it, have a go now. For everyone else, the answer is after the break.

Here is the Friday puzzle! Solution on Monday.

The day before yesterday Joan was 17. Next year she will be 20. How can that be the case?

**PUZZLED** and is available for the **Kindle **(UK here and USA here) and on the **iBookstore** (UK here in the USA here). You can try 101 of the puzzles for free here.