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Fiendish brainteaser challenges YOU to spot the odd sofa out in under 30 seconds

SOFA SO GOOD

THIS year we’ve probably become well-acquainted with our sofas, and we’ll probably be spending a lot more time on them as we head into winter. 

While you may know your own inside out, can you spot the odd one out in this tricky brainteaser? 

Brits are being challenged to find the sofa which doesn’t quite fit in with the others in this very comfy-looking scene. 

It shows a sea of pink, blue, white and grey settees covered in cushions, surrounded by houseplants.

The brainteaser was designed by Sofa and carpet specialist, ScS, who said: "[This] brainteaser features an out-of-place item to identify, but how long will it take you to find it?” 

They confirmed it takes the average person 30 seconds to find the couch which is the odd one out. 

But they added that nearly half - 40 per cent - can’t find it in that time.

If you’re still scratching your head, we’ve highlighted the answer below.

Meanwhile this tricky brainteaser has a remote hiding in this living room scene, so can YOU spot it in under 40 seconds?

Plus Brits are being challenged to pass this fiendishly tricky spelling and grammar test – can you get full marks?

And Brits are challenged to pass ‘impossible’ citizenship test – so would be able to get full marks?

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