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Russian riddles for kids (logic)

All are from my childhood. They doesn’t exist anymore 🙂 #picturesriddles 
All answers will come tomorrow morning in the new post about…mmmm, its a SECRET :)), but go ahead and try to write your own answers today. The answer is inside of the picture (sometimes).

  • There’s a castle. A beautiful princess is living there. One day she went out for a walk…it was an amazing day and she decided to take a walk to the lake. Then she dropped something in the lake. Ahhhhh…on the picture you can see the castle, her road and lake. 

What was it? What she dropped? 

  • Look at the picture and tell me what is it.

  

  • Look at the picture. In the middle is a brother and a sister. A boy is on the way to visit his father at the prison, the girl is on the way to visit her mother at the hospital. The problem is only one-> the train, it never stops. I mean it – NEVER. HIGH SPEED. They stuck in the middle of the circle! Question is: what they have to do to get out of the circle? (very typical russian riddle. the answer is horrific. I hope you are ready for that. haha)

  

  • What is that?

  

  • Whats is that?  

 

  • Again the same story. You are inside of the circle. Typical countryside, lots of stones. Theres a train (high fkn speed again) which never stops. Long train! Never ending! But you have to go over to the other side. On the other side – the tree and a monkey. A monkey is eating bananas. The question – how to cross over to the other side to try bananas? You are hungry!!!!Aaaaa

 

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raynotbradbury

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      1. Tomorrow being Friday…………..we can let it all hang out (as they used to say) Friday = fun day!
        Maybe I’ll be a ‘kiddie’ tomorrow!
        Serious question, I was told today my last name in Swedish means ‘lime tree’, so the ? is, do they have ‘lime’ trees in Sweden????

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      1. Time for you to do some prep for tomorrow! Can’t wait for the answers. Enjoy your evening!
        I am heading for the bakery so that I have something sweet to devour tomorrow AM! HUGS!!!!

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    1. Yesssss haha 🙂 it does look like the 🔑key. About the rest => the riddles with ppl – totally horrific answers. So you can drop it. I’ll post answers tomorrow. the riddles with pictures- mmm, think “animals” :)) and people:))

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