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Picture Puzzle, Find the Fault, Time will Tell

picture puzzle find fault clock

Something is not right with this picture. Can you figure it out?

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23 Comments to “Picture Puzzle, Find the Fault, Time will Tell”


  1. Obiwan | Profile

    The 9 & 11 (IX & XI) are switched.


  2. DoodleFish | Profile

    the 9 (IX) and 11 (XI) are switched


  3. JustPlainDan | Profile

    The number 4 is wrong, it’s supposed to be IV instead of IIII.


  4. virgolady85 | Profile

    4 should be IV not IIII


  5. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    Cool, the error is 11 after 8, and 9 before 12… jajaja I wish this kind of clock existed when I was younger, teacher we have three hours left to finish the test yet, cool.


  6. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    IX & XI are reversed.


  7. Bobo The Bear | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 10 9 12


  8. alderney | Profile

    the roman numerals for 9 and 11 are back to front should read IX and XI respectively not XI and IX


  9. engjs1960 | Profile

    The IX and XI have been swapped.


  10. Hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    IX and XI should be interchanged
    IIII should be IV


  11. Falwan | Profile

    The 9 & 11 numirals are switched…


  12. mimi112 | Profile

    Four should be “IV”, and nine with eleven are switched, 9-IX, 11- XI


  13. amboutwe | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    the 4 roman numeral is not IIII, it’s IV


    The 9 and 11 are reversed, too.


  14. Hendy | Profile

    The Roman numerals are major hosed, upside down and out of sequence.


    IIII may have been used somewhere in antiquity, but it is generally not accepted.
    IV is correct for four. (Not AI-without the horizontal line V upside down instead of A, one should not have to stand on their head to read the time!)
    Remaining numbers through 12 should go as
    V
    VI
    VII
    VIII
    IX
    X
    XI
    XII


  15. cheddarmelt | Profile

    XI and IX are reversed.


  16. joe | Profile

    The 9 and 11 in roman numerals are switched


  17. Adam | Profile

    The 9 (IX) and 11 (XI) are switched.


    Note, many pocket watches and roman dials use IIII instead of IV.


  18. cobres zeragian | Profile

    IIII and XI are wrong
    it should be VI and IX


  19. matthewusit | Profile

    wrong roman numeral on number 4, should be IV


  20. krishna | Profile

    9 and 11 are switched..and one more itz eaxct tym bt second hand is on 50 nad that dail is rong…!!


  21. Lost Mind | Profile

    yah…i got it!


  22. Minimoomadi | Profile

    The I is before the X
    Which makes what SHOULD be 9 11!


  23. Minimoomadi | Profile

    also meaning there are now 2 11′s


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