Happy Thanksgiving, PuzzleNationers!
Today is a day for celebrating with family and friends (although that’s harder this year), and giving thanks for all the good things in our lives.
We here at PuzzleNation want to thank you, our fellow puzzlers and PuzzleNationers, because you help make PuzzleNation one of the greatest puzzle communities in the world.
And when it comes to saying thanks, a Thanksgiving puzzle seems like the perfect offering. So we’ve cooked up a little Thanksgiving logic puzzle for you to enjoy!
Can you unravel this holiday puzzler?
On a curious Thanksgiving in 2020, five housemates were social distancing, each engaged in different activities throughout the day. (One was streaming Hulu.)
Each housemate (including Brian) wore a different outfit — one was wearing a tank top and shorts — and was doing their activity at a different time that day (1 PM, 2 PM, 2:30 PM, 3 PM, or 3:30 PM).
From the information provided, can you determine what time each housemate did which activity, as well as what outfit they were wearing?
1. The person doing Zoom trivia did so earlier than Alex but later than the one who wore a t-shirt and jeans.
2. Luke’s activity was earlier in the day than Denise’s, but later than that of the person who wore a Christmas sweater and pants.
3. Alex (who was wearing a Pokemon onesie) had her activity earlier than the person texting Grandma but later than Denise.
4. The person playing Among Us did so later than the person Facetiming their Mom, but earlier than the one wearing pajamas (who did their activity earlier than Adam).
Did you unravel this holiday puzzler? Let us know in the comments section below! We’d love to hear from you!
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