Reddit users left baffled over puzzle which asks you to name famous catchphrases

Are you looking for a way to occupy yourself?

A new brainteaser is challenging players to name all the famous catchphrases in the boxes.

There are 12 and before you think they're simple, some might require a lot of thought in them.

Posting on Reddit, the image shows each block that features a word/words accompanied by either an image, colour or font.

It gives a cryptic clue to the catchphrase that you'll need for the answer.

Just remember, you'll need to pay attention to the position of the words too to find the correct answers to the puzzle.

So have you got what it takes?

Those who are in need of a clue should revise the numbers below each square as it represents how many letters are in each word.

But if you're seriously struggling with the answers, we've got them for you.

Catchphrase answers

So how many did you get? Tell us in the comments below…

  1. Beat around the bush
  2. Ingrown toenail
  3. Cakemix
  4. Money for old rope
  5. All intents and purposes
  6. Crop circles
  7. To coin a phrase
  8. Odds and ends
  9. Be fruitful and multiply
  10. Microchips
  11. Stormtrooper
  12. World wide web

The tricky brainteaser was posted on Reddit by u/navyrun.

One player wrote: "Omg I got 10!"

Meanwhile other Reddit users were questioning what the numbers under each word meant.

So are you looking for more brainteasers?

To get you into the spooky mood, a tricky Halloween puzzle challenges you to find the scary face in the image.

Online blinds retailer 247 Blinds hid a ghostly face, inspired by a Halloween classic, in one of its blind designs.

Are you still on the lookout for more challenging brainteasers?

Previously, we shared an image by Optics4Kids, where you look at a picture and count how many triangles you can see.

In another illusion, it asks "what do you see" after staring at the lightbulb for 30 seconds.

It shows a black and white image of a standard lightbulb which asks users to stare at it for a number of seconds.

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