Not everyone will be able to solve this: Can you find the error in this picture?

Written by Henrik Rothen

Nov.18 - 2023 9:10 AM CET

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Can you find the error in this picture?

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Is there anything more enjoyable than a clever riddle? They provide a fun way to exercise our brains and see how we measure up against our friends and family. The satisfaction of cracking a tough puzzle can make anyone feel brilliant, and let's face it, it's also a fun opportunity to brag a little.

I developed a love for riddles and brain teasers back in elementary school. It wasn't the standard math problems that intrigued me, but rather the unique challenges posed by my math teacher. These puzzles were not the typical fraction questions; they demanded a different kind of thought process, offering a welcome break from the norm.

This early introduction to creative problem-solving has stayed with me. Whether it's working on a crossword puzzle during a break or engaging in more intricate mental exercises, I see it as a valuable mental workout. In a world where we often depend on technology for answers, actively using our minds is more important than ever.

Recently, I encountered a brain teaser that really made me think hard for several minutes. It was just a simple picture, but finding the solution was far from straightforward. It reminded me why I enjoy these challenges so much—they encourage us to use all of our mental abilities.

Can you spot the error in this picture?

In a moment, you'll see a picture of an office desk filled with various items typically found on a desk. However, there's something that's not quite right.

Can you figure out what it is?

In our opinion, this puzzle is a bit easier than the ones we've used before, so we won't be giving any hints. But don't worry, you'll find the solution at the end of this article. Are you ready?

Here's the picture:

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The Solution

Did you manage to figure out what was wrong in the picture? If not, take another look. I'll reveal that it has something to do with the calendar. Have you got it now?

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Here's the answer.

There are only 30 days in June, so the error is that the calendar shows June 31st. Of course, it should have been July 1st instead.

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