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Learn Behaviors and Puzzles, that Challenge and Enthrall ę2007 p.bagnolo If you are brilliant, or simply and fruitlessly believe yourself, to be (most of that realm are in vain) here are puzzles and behavioral nuggets, which practice will make everyone sit up and take note of you. These are all designed to stimulate, captivate and exasperate the most lucid and enlightened minds. Try this you Varlet! If you are brilliant, or simply and fruitlessly believe yourself, to be (most of that realm are in vain) here are puzzles and behavioral nuggets, which practice will make everyone sit up and take note of you. These are all designed to stimulate, captivate and exasperate the most lucid and enlightened minds. Try, if you dare to solve them or act them out, but we doubt you can. From the moment you begin, you will be timed. Answers will be provided after due course Good luck because we both know you will need it. 1)-Name three things... 2)- See bellow and connect the red dot: . 3)- See above and connect the dot: 4)-See here and connect the invisible dot: 5)-Disconnect one appliance... or don't. 6)-What color is her eyes? 7)-Find a beautiful woman and point at her left foot. 8)-Now, standing in front of a mirror, try to find your own left foot. Now turn around and try to find it again. Not the same foot is it? 9)-Place a large piece of lint on your hair just to the right above your right eye. Now, looking in a mirror, with a tweezers try to pick it off with your left hand. Now reverse the process and try with your left foot. 10)-Exercise your free will, twice. This will be very difficult if you are married or left-handed. 11)-Ignore stuffs a lot. 12)-Have an affair with a stuffed animal or a coat rack. Not so easy is it? Now try to have one with a hat tree. 13)-Call at least three people you know and ask them something. 14)-Ask each the same something. Then ignore their answers and discuss the affair they are not having. 15)-Are you beginning to get it? 16)-If so call your doctor or pharmacist and order some Calamine Lotion to put on it. 17)-Using a ruler throughout this problem, draw a 4" square a diagonal line from inside from the upper left corner to lower right corner and another form the upper right corner to the lower left corner. In the center, place a small circle. Then draw a line from the top middle of the top horizontal of the square connecting the top through the circle to the bottom horizontal line. Now draw one from the left vertical line of the square through the circle to right vertical line. Stick a pin in the center of the circle. Now spin or rotate the paper. You will find that no matter how you rotate the paper, the drawing will always remain thereon, unless you burn it or tear it up. Now do that, burn it or tear it up. Boy! Do you ever need to be a bit less na├»ve' and compliant. 18)-Ask a friend during lunch if they have ever seen a bug about 2" long with a green face, yellow legs and tentacles, yellow antennae, Blue wings and a huge shiny black body with a mammoth stinger. Then ask them if they know what it is. Then drop the subject and they may ask you why you asked. You then say, "Because it is on your head." If they don't ask, say, "Are you sure you've never seen one around your house?" They will then ask you. 19)-See if you can get one of your not so bright, very compliant, friends to do this puzzle. Ask a very dimwitted person, you know the one every one makes fun of because that one is a few cards short of a full deck? If they don't want to do it, where does that place you? 20)-Find a beautiful female or a handsome man, and see what they think? 21)-Count your nose... If there is more than three of it, call your doctor. When he answers ask him to count his. If he also has more than three, immediately hang up and contemplate moving to a warmer climate! 22)-Consult a Medium. Have the Medium take this questionnaire. If they agree never, see them again. 23)-Take the questionnaire to your next doctor visit. See if s/he will take the test. If s/he does, never go back to that doctor and only recommend him to your worst enemies. 24)-Ask yourself two primary questions. If you hear no answer, ask two more. Keep this up all day if necessary. If no answers are forthcoming, go to the beach alone, and leave yourself at home for being so incommunicado! 25)-Tie a red string around your big toe. Tie a similar one around your thumb. Now see what happens. If nothing happens that day, introduce them to each other and stand by, to see what transpires. If nothing does, chalk it up to bad luck or inexperience. 26)-Go to a health food store and begin coughing a lot. 27)-Go downtown park your car and walk to the busiest intersection while wearing a long cape, beret, and grey suede gloves, and brief case, wearing tights and ballet shoes beneath, take off everything but the essentials and then suddenly with no warning, begin to Pas de Chat, Pirouette, De'veloppe', Arabesque, Cabriole', Battement and back flips, and then just as suddenly and casually, stop, don the beret, cloak, gray suede gloves and leave. 28)-Ask your mother if she is adopted. 29)-For no apparent reason, buy a goat and begin taking it everywhere you go with you. 30)- Make an appointment with a shrink. Wearing the same garb as your street ballet, when you get there just get comfortable, pull out a small note pad and pen, fix your gaze on him/her and stare. If they first, speak ask them in French if they think it is chic to go without undies and stockings. No matter what they answer, furrow your brow slightly in concern and ask quietly, "...and how does that make you feel?" If they seem offended, draw from your cloak a bag of popcorn, with real butter and offer them some saying, "I am sorry I have nothing to offer you in the way of liquid refreshment, to go with the popcorn to allay the thirst, but I was ill-prepared to even offer the popcorn." Then, dramatically, fling the cloak over your shoulder like Dracula and beat a hasty retreat.
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