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Which Direction is This Bus Headed? 1st Graders Can Solve It In Under 20 Seconds, But Adults Can’t Figure It Out.

Don’t worry, it took us a minute.

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This puzzle can be easily answered by most first graders, but generally causes debate among adults.

Which way is the bus driving?

Left (A) or Right (B)? Remember to think how a child might think when seeing this bus!

Adults have a tendency to over think problems.

Which often make problems harder than they should be.

Sometimes you have to have the simple mind of a child.

Children don’t tend to complicate things any more than than they are at face value.

By the way, the answer to the bus question is A.

How do we know? Because there is no door on this side of the bus, which means it has to be on the other side! And if the door is on the other side, then it would pull out to the left when driving!

Source: https://www.sliptalk.com

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See also: Have You Become Truly Observant? Count The Number Of Human Faces In The Image.

Look at the picture below carefully and try to find the hidden human faces inside the image.

Normal people find 4 or 5 of them.

If you find 8 of them, you have an extraordinary sense of observation.

If you find 9 of them you have a sense of observation that is above average.

If you find 11 or more human faces you have an extremely good observation.

Answer:

I found 12, no idea if there are more…so you guys keep searching and leave your answers in the comment section.

In the image below are the 12 I could find.

Source: https://www.bhavinionline.com

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See more: How Many Squares Do You See? 95% Can’t Solve This Riddle

Can you spot all of the many squares in this image?

Most can’t!

But you might be one of the few.

Give up already?

 

Okay here is the answer.

 

There are 11 squares.

 

Source: http://selfiequiz.com

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See more: Can YOU Spot The Dog Hiding In This Drawing Of A Stag In Less Than 5 Seconds?

The Playbuzz challenge, created by Wendell White, has been attempted by over 1,300 people.

It asks quizzers to find the outline of a missing dog, which is hidden inside the sketch of a stag.

While some internet users claimed they were able to spot the secret image straight away, the majority took more than five seconds to solve the brainteaser.

This Classic Optical Illusion Is Hiding A Dog – Where is He?

If you find him, please bring him home! This hidden illustrative image dates from the turn of the century and was the face of a trade card series used as an early advertising gimmick. Marketer’s in the 1880’s didn’t have social media like we have today, so they tricked kids into getting mom to buy the product instead. Pretty sneaky. It seems it is true that tricks are for kids! Poor mom. IMAGE CREDIT: Getty Images / Buyenlarge

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GIVE UP? CLICK TO REVEAL SOLUTION

Did you find him? Where has he been?

Source: thesun.co.uk

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Only The Detail-Oriented Can Find All 6 People In This Photo. Can You?

They say that only people that are truly detail-oriented will be able to find all six people in this photo – how many can you find?

In case you’ve ever wondered if you would be considered detail-oriented you can test your skills against this new photo. There are supposed to be six people in this photo but only the detail-oriented will be able to find them all. Many people look at this photo and don’t see all six, especially the first time they see it.

Finding all six people is truly in impressive feat. People who can find all six of the people from the photo are extremely detail-oriented and have very good eyes. This optical illusion not only requires you to be detail oriented but have a great eye for patters and deviations.

Don’t be discouraged if you don’t find all six. This photo is a special optical illusion that is meant to trick you. Not finding all six people is nothing to be ashamed of in this mind-bending experiment. Take a look at the black and white optical illusion and try to find all six people!

This is the photo – how many people can you find?

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The first person that most people see is the most obvious – the old man with his back turned to you:

Next, many people notice the woman in a tree standing in front of the man with his back to you:

Then, if you look to the left and right of the woman in the tree, you can see two faces looking at you – those are the next two people in the photo.

If you look very closely at the figure on the left you can see another man inside that face, who looks like he might be painting the woman in the tree:

Finally, if you step back from the photo and look at it as a whole you can see one large face made up of the environment

Source: Davidwolfe