National Brain Teaser Month

January is National Brain Teaser Month and I love brain teasers!  Here’s what we are going to.  I’ll post a different brain teaser 3 times a week, if you think you know the answer, leave it in the comments.  I’d love to see how smart my readers are!

First the answer to Monday’s puzzle.  He threw the ball straight up in the air.  Did you get it?

Today we are doing something different.  Below are a couple common proverbs rewritten using BIG words but they mean essentially the same thing.  Can you translate them?

He who locks himself into the arms of Morpheus promptly at eventide, and starts the day before it is officially announced by the rising sun, excels in physical fitness, increases his economic assets and celebrates with remarkable efficiency

Superfluous chronological dispatch institutes riddance of valued effects.

A body of persons abiding in a domicile of silica combined with metallic oxides should not carelessly project small geological specimens.

Thanks to NIH for these.

Here are the answers!