# Challenge: Only a true genius can solve this brain teaser – none of my friends were able to do it

Today, after going through all the news and status on the current pandemic, you might want to find a way to get rid of all the stress and worries the current situation keeps forcing onto us.

Luckily, we’ve got something perfect for that. We are, of course, talking about brainteasers. They are a great way to nurture your mind back to health – it can be anything from crossword puzzles to playing board games with your family.

I like to find challenges online. There is a huge amount of options. Riddles, optical illusions, memory tests – yes, the sky is the limit.

That’s why today I wanted to invite you to a fun challenge!

## Can you find the fault?

If you don’t give your brain a light work out regularly, there is a risk that it will get slower and stiff, like any other muscle in your body.

Earlier today, looking around the web, I came across a puzzle that I thought was super clever. It really makes you think, to solve it – it is vital to have a good eye for detail. I sat for probably 2-3 minutes before finding the right solution.

Therefore, I also asked Matthew, my neighbor, to see if he could figure out the answer, but he wasn’t able to, despite trying for a long time. I must admit, I felt a bit proud of finding the answer on my own.

Now let’s see if you can find it!

Can you solve this puzzle where the task is to find a fault in the image?

Did you see the fault?

You’ll either find it right away, or you have to sit down and look at it for a few minutes. That’s just how it is.

## Easier with a clue?

If you need a clue, I can tell you that you shouldn’t only focus on the numbers. Other parts of the image may also be relevant.

Did it get easier now?

Alright! The time is up! Below you can see the answer.

Yes, the solution is that there are two “the” in the question itself. Everything else is in order – the numbers it’s not where the error lies. However, that’s what they are there for – to distract you from the actual fault, a double “the”.

However, our brains make it quite difficult to perceive the mistake – don’t you agree?

Did you find the fault on your own? Then press that share button and invite your friends to a fun challenge!