Riddle about Flowers

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FlowersThe first brain game appeared on Geniusbeauty.com on September, 28 – this day twelve months. Some were quite difficult, others could be solved by children, but, judging by your comments and private messages, you enjoy them. So, here’s a new, pretty easy riddle. This one is about flowers. Why flowers? Because it’s an anniversary today, although a small one. Here’s the task. How many flowers do I have, if all of them except two are roses, all of them except two are tulips and all of them except two are violets?

Please, if you want to solve the riddle yourself, don’t read the responses to this brain game, because you may find the answer already written there. I will publish the correct answer in the next brain teaser. You are always welcome to ask questions about the task in case something is not clear. But sorry, I will not answer leading questions.

And here’s the answer to the previous brain game about the bear: the bear is white, since the place where the house is situated is north pole (all windows open on the South). ABC and Teddy Bear, you’re right! Chris, thanks for the interesting comment.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Three flowers! One rose, one tulip, and one violet. Easy-peasy
    Oh and happy anniversary, I love the website 🙂

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