Who Can Solve This Simple Riddle That’s Got Everyone Racking Their Brains?

Who Can Solve This Simple Riddle That’s Got Everyone Racking Their Brains? Who Can Solve This Simple Riddle That’s Got Everyone Racking Their Brains? Reviewed by Unknown on 8:19 pm Rating: 5

28 comments:

  1. I am Teresa's daughter. Her daughter's mother (my daughter) is ME.

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  2. I think that it is e. It's 12 am right nos, so my mind is being stupid. But my official answer is..

    E. I am teressa

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  3. IT'S C RIGHT???

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  4. she is the mother and tericas dauter adopted

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    1. Me too, I agree with you completely. All you have to do is make a family tree and figure it out. If you guys have learned about points of view, you can figure out that this sentence is in two points of view. Grammar and Family Tree guys, It's all you need.

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  6. F: son-in-law
    My mother-in-law’s name is Teresa. Teresa’s daughter (my wife) is the mother of my daughter.

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  7. I think it grandmother if her daughter is my daughter mother

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  8. It’s E - the part “my daughters mother” would be herself - how can someone else be the mother of you own daughter

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    1. Someone else can be the mother of your daughter if you’re you’re the father. But that’s not a choice. 🤷‍♀️

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    2. Okay, yeah, that part's right, but that's like saying your (if you're Teresa) daughter is her own mother, so they have to be separate people. Spread out the generations, and logically you have to be Teresa's daughter.

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  9. You are Teresa's son-in-law. Or daughter-in-law. Not that there's anything wrong with that....

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  10. the answer is C

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  11. Not enough information. Could be daughter, could be son in law.

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  12. I think I'm daughter of teresa

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  13. I think it can be all of them. Everyone has a different answer right? It is a RIDDLE right? Maybe that's it, it's all of them.

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  14. The father I'm the father omg I think I got it

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  15. My daughter’s mother is Teresa’s daughter - Son-in-law or daughter-in-law (if it is lesbian partnership).

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  16. Son in law or daughter in law. The answer choices try to trick you. It also helps to write it down like an equation.

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  17. I think it's b, im the father and teresa's daughter is the mother/my wife.

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  18. Teresa's husband

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  19. so freaking obvious it hurts. "my daughter's mother": assuming you have a simple biological relationship with your daughter, you remain her mother. You're referenced as being Teresa's daughter, in which case the answer is C, as you can see (C, see, see what I did there?)

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  20. And I have to say, all of you answering son/daughter in law would be completely correct, but that's not an answer choice, so you have to disregard it. If I could make up answer choices, I could say you're nothing to her but a step mom to her granddaughter, or if we're dismissing semantics, you're the godmother to the granddaughter, I don't care. The answer is C. The "breaking" Internet can chill.

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