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Sigmund Freud's Priorities

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Usual or Unusual?

Your Age is in your Shoe Size



Sigmund Freud's Priorities

Five things are happening in your house at the same time. In which sequence would you solve them?

1. The telephone is ringing!
2. The baby is crying!
3. Someone's knocking or calling you from the front door!
4. You hung the clothes out to dry and it is beginning to rain!
5. You left the tap on in the kitchen and the water is already overflowing!

In which sequence would you solve these problems? Write the sequence and check below how your decisions were made. But be honest. The findings are exciting. Read Answer

Read this sentence:


Now count the F's in that sentence. Read Answer

A person of average intelligence finds three of them.
If you spotted four, you're above average.
If you got five, you can turn your nose at most anybody.
If you caught six, you are a genius

Read another amazing sentence:

"I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality counterbalancing indecipherability transcendentalizes intercommunication's incomprehensibleness."

The person who wrote this sentence must be an English vocabulary Genius. This is the unique sentence where the first word is one letter long, the second word is two letters long, the third word is three letters long... the eighth word is eight letters long and so on... the twentieth letter is twenty letters long.

Usual or Unusual?

Do the following exercise, guaranteed to raise an eyebrow. There's no trick or surprise. Just follow these instructions, and answer the questions one at a time and as quickly as you can! Again, as quickly as you can but don't advance until you've done each of them. Now, scroll down (but not too fast, you might miss something).

Think of a number from 1 to 10

Multiply that number by 9

If the number is a 2-digit number, Add the digits together

Now Subtract  5

Determine which letter in the alphabet corresponds to the number you ended up with...
(example: 1=a, 2=b, 3=c, 4=d, 5=e, 6=f, 7=g, 8=h, 9=i, 10=j)

Think of a country that starts with that letter

Remember the last letter of the name of that country

Think of the name of an animal that starts with that letter

Remember the last letter in the name of that animal

of the name of a fruit that starts with that letter

Read Answer

Your Age is in your Shoe Size:

1. Take your shoe size.

2. Multiply it by 5.

3. Add 50.

4. Multiply it by 20.

5. Add 1012

6. Subtract the year you were born

Read Answer



Sigmund Freud's Priorities

1. Telephone represents Work
2. Baby represents Family
3. Door represents Friends
4. Clothes represent Money
5. Tap represents Love Life

Read this sentence:

There are six F's in the sentence.
Many people forget the "of"s'. The human brain tends to see them as V's and not F's.

Usual or Unusual?

Are you thinking of a Kangaroo in Denmark eating an Orange?
If it's not strange for you, you're among the 2% of the population whose minds are different enough to think of something else. 98% of people will answer with kangaroos in Denmark eating oranges when given this exercise. Freaky, huh? Keep this message going. This one is actually fun sending on to others. Especially if you are among the 2%. Forward it to people you know and see if they can determine if they are "usual" or "unusual".

Your Age is in your Shoe Size:

The first digit is your shoe size while the last two digits is your age.


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