Advertisement

Solve these 'Droodles'

Solve these 'Droodles'
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

In the 1950s, comedy writer Roger Price created ‘Droodles’ cartoons of simple, abstract images with absurd meanings. Try your hand and see if you can figure out what these are pictures of – the kookier, the better!

 

What is this a picture of?

What is this a picture of?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Piece of spaghetti – gift wrapped. We told you they were absurd! Read on for more quirky Droodles, and check out The Ultimate Droodles Compendium: The Absurdly Complete Collection of All the Classic Zany Creations of Roger Price for even more laugh-out-loud fun.

Here are 12 logic puzzles that will test your smarts.

What’s coming out of that circle?

What’s coming out of that circle?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: An early bird who caught a very strong worm. This time, first come wasn’t served.

Love these? You’ll also love these 20 rebus puzzles that are almost impossible to solve.

What’s this U-shaped thing for?

What’s this U-shaped thing for?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Fire pole for false alarm. Maybe the cat found its way out of the tree.

What’s sticking up from the ground?

What’s sticking up from the ground?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Spider doing a handstand. But that’s nothing compared to the gymnastics work we do when jumping away from a spider.

Enjoy our best brain training games: riddles, brain teasers, puzzles and more.

Could this really be a dot-free question mark?

Could this really be a dot-free question mark?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Nope. Answer: Coat hanger for a nudist. Think of all the storage space they save!

Try these 4 fun puzzles designed to test your mental fitness.

Advertisement

What’s this scary-looking thing?

What’s this scary-looking thing?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Why is that curlicue there?

Why is that curlicue there?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Pig going around a barn. Bet you were sweating like a pig trying to think up that caption.

What are these dots, and where are they going?

What are these dots, and where are they going?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Germs avoiding friend who has caught penicillin.

Enjoy these 21 brain games guaranteed to boost your brain power.

How will this come in handy?

How will this come in handy?
COURTESY TALLFELLOW PRESS

Answer: Tic-tac-toe kit.

These are tricky, but wait till you try to solve some of the hardest riddles ever written.

Never miss a deal again - sign up now!

Connect with us: