Brain Game Night

Get your family and friends together for a game night that features a range of brainteasers. Not only are brainteasers challenging to think about, they are fun to come up with and solve. First, you want to ask people to be a part of brain game night. Then, make sure that each person looks up or makes up at least 5 brainteasers to bring to game night. On the night or nights you decide to meet, make sure you split up into teams and keep score by the number of brain teasers each team gets right. Also, there should be a reward at the end of the night for the best brainteaser asked. Here are a couple examples you can start with.


Teaser 1
Question:
What is at the end of the rainbow?
Answer: The letter W

Teaser 2
Question:
What do numbers 11, 69 and 88 all have in common?
Answer: They read the same right side up and upside down.

Teaser 3
Question:
What's full of holes but can hold water?
Answer: A sponge

Teaser 4
Question:
"Railroad crossing; watch out for the cars."
Can you spell that without any "r's"?
Answer: T-H-A-T

Teaser 5
Question:
What gets sharper the more you use it?
Answer: Your brain

Teaser 6
Question:
Mike is a butcher. He is 5'10" tall. What does he weigh?
Answer: Meat