Brain Teasers for the Day..........

These are pretty clever. Don't rush. Study each picture and try to determine what it represents, before looking at the answer right below the picture.

Put on your thinking caps.

Assaulted peanut


Doctor Pepper

Pool table

Tap dancers

Card Shark

The King of Pop

I Pod


Knight mare

Hole Milk

Light Beer

Get 'em all? I Didn't......Cm'on be honest and pass 'em on to your smart friends

How do developers fix bugs!!!

Insects with alien faces

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Insane Face Tattoos

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Alligator Wrestling

Alligator wrestling has been a big part of Seminole culture, and a popular sport, until the 1990s. Now, Seminole entrepreneurs hope to bring it back to its former glory, and make a fortune, in the process.
The Seminole Indians have come a long way, from living and hunting in swamp areas, to owning the Hard Rock chain of restaurants and hotels. Now they're getting involved in a business venture closely tied to their native culture: alligator wrestling.
Richard Bowers, president of the Seminole Indian tribe of south Florida, says alligator wrestling has immense growth potential as long as there's always going to be a part of the population who will want to see blood sports. And it doesn't get much bloodier than going toe to toe with a reptile that could turn a human limb from limb.

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