Two fathers and two sons walk into a candy store. They each buy something for $.50 but they only spent $1.50. How is that possible?
Now we hate to start things off with a math equation, but what better way to get those brain juices flowing? Here, we’re posed with what seems to be an impossibility that simply does not add up. Or multiply up, depending on the method you choose. Okay, okay. You can put down your calculators because it’s not a question of math at all. Consider that one of the fathers and one of the sons is the same person, a rather plausible scenario if the trio in question is a grandfather, his son, and his grandson. The middle individual poses as both the son of the grandfather and father of the grandson.