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Weird News Bon appétit! Puzzle challenges you to spot the TEN differences in a busy restaurant scene - but can YOU beat the eight-minute record

15:46  21 november  2019
15:46  21 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The latest spot the difference sweeping the web has baffled even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers.

The graphic, created by High Speed Training, challenges the nation to spot the 10 hidden differences in a busy restaurant scene. 

But with everything from lights, bottles of wine, uniforms and staff members providing a distraction, this could be the hardest one yet! 

The designers have revealed the current record stands at a respectable eight minutes, but how will you fare when you give it a go?

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a toy doll: The latest spot the difference sweeping the web has left puzzlers across the nation baffled (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The latest spot the difference sweeping the web has left puzzlers across the nation baffled (pictured)

The graphic was created following new research from High Speed Training which highlights that Brits vote the UK as the number one country for friendly hospitality. 

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Dr. Richard Anderson, Head of Learning & Development at High Speed Training, said: 'It's obvious why Brits should be so proud of the hospitality service that we provide, but with Brexit looming and a staff shortages expected, businesses should ensure that the correct contingency plans are in place so that the industry continues to thrive.   

If you're finding it too tricky to find all ten, then look away now as the answers are imminent...

The differences include an added wine bottle label, left light off, cafetière facing right, grey-coloured pencil pot, different coloured painting, and white wine. 

There's also a blue book, different facing tie, missing waistcoat button and grey apron.

a toy doll: If you're struggling to find the answers, they can be found circled in red in the right-hand image © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited If you're struggling to find the answers, they can be found circled in red in the right-hand image

But don't worry if you didn't manage to beat the record, as there have been plenty of other brainteasers sweeping the web for you to try your hand at.

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Another graphic, created by Holland's Pies, asks the nation to spot the onion amongst the pies to mark National Comfort Food Day, which was celebrated on Friday 15th November. 

But with the nation's much-loved pastry filling the busy image, it may prove trickier than you initially think.

a close up of a brick wall: The latest puzzle (pictured), created by Holland's Pies, challenges the nation to spot the onion amongst a sea of pies © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The latest puzzle (pictured), created by Holland's Pies, challenges the nation to spot the onion amongst a sea of pies

So why not see if you can give it a go and beat the average time of 23 seconds? Remember, the pies the limit!   

The brainteaser has been designed following new research which found the third Friday of November is when we officially ditch our diets in favour of our winter comfort food favourites – and of course pies being top of the list!

Leanne Holcroft, Brand Manager at Holland's Pies, said: 'We've been baking pies for over 168 years and what better way to celebrate National Comfort Food Day and all things pastry than by challenging your family and friends to our brainteaser?

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'With the average time set at 23 seconds, we're looking forward to seeing the record beaten. Our only tip would be to ensure you fuel your brain with a pastry treat, before you embark on the challenge!'

But if you're struggling to find the answer, feast your eyes towards the top left-hand side of the image. 

a close up of a brick wall: The answer resides towards the top left-hand side of the puzzle and can be seen circled in red (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The answer resides towards the top left-hand side of the puzzle and can be seen circled in red (pictured)

With bonfire night a distant memory and Christmas just around the corner, this new brainteaser is sure to get you into the festive spirit.

The tricky puzzle, created by Missy Empire, challenges members of the public to spot the reindeer headband hidden amongst the ocean of Christmas jumpers.

But with an array of festive white and red patterns, it's easy to see why people up and down the nation have been struggling to identity the sought-after item. 

The designers have reveled that the current record stands at an impressive 12 seconds - but can you do any better?  

Another brainteaser (pictured) challenges puzzlers to find the reindeer headband hidden amongst the ocean of Christmas jumpers © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Another brainteaser (pictured) challenges puzzlers to find the reindeer headband hidden amongst the ocean of Christmas jumpers

The graphic showcases the most popular style of Christmas Jumpers according to Instagram.

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The most popular style of jumpers are those with a character, followed by a traditional style, then those with a slogan.  

If you're struggling to find the answer, try concentrating on the bottom left-hand side of the image.

Give up? Scroll down to find the answer circled in black.

The answer can be found circled in black towards the left-hand side of the busy graphic (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The answer can be found circled in black towards the left-hand side of the busy graphic (pictured)

Another, designed by home interiors specialist, Hillarys, asks users to find the camouflaged hedgehogs hidden amongst a leafy background. 

But with just their brown spikes and little noses poking out, it could be the trickiest challenge to date.

The creators have revealed the current record stands at an impressive seven seconds - so you've got to be quick!   

This brainteaser (pictured) challenges puzzlers to find the camouflaged hedgehogs hidden amongst a leafy background © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited This brainteaser (pictured) challenges puzzlers to find the camouflaged hedgehogs hidden amongst a leafy background

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If you're finding the six hidden hedgehogs too hard to find, then keep on scrolling below for the answer.  

a close up of a rug: If you struggled to find the answers, look no further. All six are circled in red above (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited If you struggled to find the answers, look no further. All six are circled in red above (pictured)

A further which has left puzzlers stumped is one released for pet owners across the nation - so cats off if you can complete it! 

The mind-muddling image, created by NaturesMenu, challenges members of the public up and down the nation to spot the cat amongst the pigeons. 

So, to celebrate our feline friends this National Cat Day on 29th October, why not see if you can beat the average time of 18 seconds? 

With hundreds of grey birds taking up the busy graphic, the task may prove more of  challenge than you think.  

Another brainteaser sweeping the web challenges the nation to find the hidden cat amongst the pigeons (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Another brainteaser sweeping the web challenges the nation to find the hidden cat amongst the pigeons (pictured)

Craig Taylor, Managing Director of Natures Menu said: 'What better way to celebrate National Cat Day than by challenging your family and friends to finding the missing kitty amongst the pigeons in our fantastic brainteaser?'

A round of 'appaws' are certainly in order to anyone that can beat the average time set.'

If you're struggling to find the answer, then feast your eyes towards the right-hand side of the image. 

a large group of stars in space: The answer is circled in red and can be found towards the right-hand side of the busy graphic (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The answer is circled in red and can be found towards the right-hand side of the busy graphic (pictured)

A further, created by Holiday Extras, asks netizens to find the European Union flag among the many other patterned beach towels.

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But with a large array of navy towels and parasols cleverly concealing the hidden object, it may not be as easy as it first seems. 

With the record currently set at 26 seconds - how will you fare when you give it a whirl?      

a close up of a logo: Another brainteaser putting the public to the test asks netizens to find the European Union flag among the many other patterned beach towels (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Another brainteaser putting the public to the test asks netizens to find the European Union flag among the many other patterned beach towels (pictured)

The brain teaser was created ahead of Britain's possible exit from the European Union on the 31st October after the company found that 70% of Brits are not sure if their travel insurance covers them if Brexit happens.

In response to this, and given that over a quarter of Brits have already cancelled or postponed their holiday due to Brexit, Holiday Extras has launched a brand-new service called 'Brexit Disruption Cover'. 

And if you're finding it near-impossible to find the answer, it's hidden towards the bottom-right of the colourful graphic.  

a close up of a logo: The answer is circled in red and resides towards the bottom right of the graphic (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The answer is circled in red and resides towards the bottom right of the graphic (pictured)

A further puzzle, designed by Jet2holidays, asks people to find the pair of skis hidden amongst the busy beach of deck chairs. 

But with parasols, palm trees, starfish and crusty crabs, solving the tricky puzzle is harder than you may initially anticipate. 

And with the current record standing at an impressive 28 seconds - how will you get on? 

The colourful graphic was created by Jet2holidays to celebrate the launch of their Winter Your Way competition.

a close up of a rug: Puzzlers from across the world have been left scratching their heads over the latest brainteaser, which challenges you to find a pair of skis hidden amongst the parasols © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Puzzlers from across the world have been left scratching their heads over the latest brainteaser, which challenges you to find a pair of skis hidden amongst the parasols

The competition invites the nation to complete a personality quiz to find out which type of winter getaway best suits them and they're then automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of six holidays matched with each of the themes. 

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If you really can't search any longer, you'll find the answer towards the bottom left-hand side of the puzzle. 

a close up of a rug: If you haven't found the skis yet, you'll find the answer hidden at the bottom left hand corner of the page © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited If you haven't found the skis yet, you'll find the answer hidden at the bottom left hand corner of the page

Another brainteaser that found itself onto the web has proved challenging to even the most eagle-eyed of netizens - so give it a go, and reach for the stars!

The puzzle, created by toy manufacturer TOMY, asks people to find the musical note in the space landing scene.

But with an out-of-this world theme, which features the like of stars, hearts and even earth, it may prove trickier than you first think. 

The latest brainteaser, created by toy manufacturer TOMY, asks people to find the musical note in the space landing scene (pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The latest brainteaser, created by toy manufacturer TOMY, asks people to find the musical note in the space landing scene (pictured)


And with the current record standing at an impressive 40 seconds - how will you fare? 

The colourful graphic was designed to celebrate the launch of Rizmo by TOMY, the first-ever 'evolving toy' that listens, learns, remembers and grows - both in play value and physical form. 

In an ideal world, you would have found the answer by now, but if you're after a clue then look towards the right-hand side of the image.

And if you're still struggling, you'll find the hidden musical note resides towards the bottom of the puzzle.  

If you haven't managed to find the answer, it resides towards the bottom left-hand side of the image and is circled in red © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited If you haven't managed to find the answer, it resides towards the bottom left-hand side of the image and is circled in red Read more

One man rescued as firefighters tackle ‘severe’ restaurant blaze in Birmingham .
West Midlands Fire Service said the blaze had spread to about 80% of the African Village restaurant in Perry Barr.West Midlands Fire Service said it was called to reports of a blaze at the African Village restaurant on Birchfield Road in Perry Barr shortly before 4pm on Tuesday.

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