Can You Solve This Puzzle?

Can you solve this puzzle?

You are riding on a beautiful white horse. On your left side is a drop off. On your right side are several ostriches being chased by a lion. In front of you are four large gazelles that won’t get out of your way and you can’t seem to overtake them. Behind you is a stampede of horses.

What must you do to get out of this highly dangerous situation?

For the answer click and drag your mouse from star to star.

* Get your drunk butt off the merry-go-round!!! *

11 Responses

  1. ROFL mer! great way to wake up! ya got me, I was puzzling away!

  2. HAHA! I was thinking stay on your white horse and get away…That’s funny!!

  3. LOL- that is a good one

  4. Love it, you are so funny.

    oh2btigger, I love your name! I love tigger too!!

  5. Hilarious. You had me going. I was really trying to figure out the answer. hahaha That is really neat how you can drag from * to * and see the answer!! You find cute stuff on the net.

  6. *snort* That was too funny!

  7. PS Only 6 more days of school!

    I have only two-woohoo! I am working on report cards now-lol!


  9. LOL Great one lady!

  10. Hay! Shouldn’t the drop off be on the RIGHT side??? Merry-go-rounds go counter clockwise so you can catch the rings because most people are right handed (although these days very few have rings anymore).

    LOL! You’re drunk and riding backwards-hehe! Since we are really thinking hard here-it should say Carousel-because the merry-go-rounds on the playground do not have animals and go either way. BTW~I’m a lefty-hehe

  11. that was just the sort of joke i needed right now! so funny!

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