I wanted to fry some fish fingers for myself and my two guests. I had three fish fingers but the frying pan only holds two at a time. it takes 30 seconds to fry one side of a fish finger. So how did I manage to fry both side of all three fish fingers in one and half minutes?
Clue for the Puzzle: Obviously I could not do it by frying two on one side and then on the other. Suppose I had fried two on one side and then taken out and replaced it with the third?
Answer for the Puzzle: I put in two and fried them on one side (30 seconds). I tool one out, turned one over and put the third in (30 seconds). Now I had one cooked on both sides and two cooked on one side. So I turned over the one in the pan and put back the one I had taken out earlier (30 seconds) and all three were cooked.