BosGuy brain teaser

brain teaserToday is my 100th brain teaser.  This regular post is one of my favorites, but sometimes I wonder ‘Do you enjoy these riddles?” Let me know.

Give this week’s riddle a try and if you get stumped, share it with a friend or colleague to see if you can figure it out together.

I’ll confirm answers later in the day so don’t worry if you don’t see your comment posted right away. I want to give everyone a chance.

This weeks riddle: Name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,Saturday, or Sunday?

Like riddles? Check out past week’s brain teasers.

25 responses to “BosGuy brain teaser

  1. Yesterday, today and tomorrow obviously

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  2. Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday.

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  3. I think you did a similar one recently as Ithink it is yesterday, today and tomorrow?
    Also, do enjoy these!

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  4. Weekend! BTW…love the brain teasers!

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  5. Yesterday, today, tomorrow

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  6. Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow!!!

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  7. Howzabout Christmas Eve, Christmas, and Boxing Day?

    Congrats on hitting triple digits!

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  8. yesterday, today and tomorrow

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  9. yesterday, today, and tomorrow

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  10. How about Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day?

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  11. that would be yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

    I like optical illusions and such, but had been missing the riddles themselves.

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  12. FIRST SECOND AND THIRD

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  13. Christmas eve, Christmas day, Boxing day. I’m Canadian.

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  14. January 10, 11 and 12 2014

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  15. Yesterday,
    Today,
    Tomorrow.

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  16. yesterday, today, tomorrow

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  17. yesterday today tomorrow

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  18. Dwight Supremacy

    Three-day weekend?

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  19. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.

    ….or is the quiz IF we like your quizzes? the answer is yes then.

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  20. yesterday, today and tomorrow

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  21. Oh Man, am I still asleep? Wouldn’t that be Yesterday, today and tomorrow?

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