# Riddle: If teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother, what am to teresa?!

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Thread starter 6 years ago
#1
Is it
a) Grandmother
b) Mother
c) Daughter
d) Granddaughter
e) I am Teresa

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#2
Daughter? Pls tell me I've been working this out for 20 mins
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6 years ago
#3
My mother-in-law...

EDIT Whoops I misread the question and put it the other way round. To her I would be son in law.
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#4
Daughter.

Since "my daughter's mother" = you
So if Teresa's daughter IS "my daughter's mother" then Teresa's daughter is you.

So you are Teresa's daughter hence daughter.

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6 years ago
#5
Teresa?
cause teresa's daughter is this persons mother.... if that makes sense
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#6
(Original post by curiousduck)
Daughter.

Since "my daughter's mother" = you
So if Teresa's daughter IS "my daughter's mother" then Teresa's daughter is you.

So you are Teresa's daughter hence daughter.

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thats confusing
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#7
Daughter/son-in-law
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#8
(Original post by curiousduck)
Daughter.

Since "my daughter's mother" = you
So if Teresa's daughter IS "my daughter's mother" then Teresa's daughter is you.

So you are Teresa's daughter hence daughter.

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That's exactly how I would have explained it, since the "my daughters mother" thing basically cancels out
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#9
Daughter - 'my daughters mother' is just her, and the beginning says 'if teresa's daughter....' therefore, its her daughter.
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#10
You are teresa
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#11
Her mother - Teresa's daughter is Teresa's mother's daughter's daughter's mother.

E.g. So if Teresa's daughter is Jane: Mums daughter - Teresa, is Jane's mother.
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#12
I got son in law but i was assuming that my daughters mother didnt equal the mother but the father making him the son in law
That was before looking at the options though
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#13
Teresa's ****.
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#14
You are Teresa.
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#15
(Original post by curiousduck)
Daughter.

Since "my daughter's mother" = you
So if Teresa's daughter IS "my daughter's mother" then Teresa's daughter is you.

So you are Teresa's daughter hence daughter.

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Yeahh! Thats how I worked it out
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#16
If it's in North Carolina, then the answer could be any male relation.
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#17
You are Teresa's daughter
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#18
her nan
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#19
(Original post by cutelady)
Is it
a) Grandmother
b) Mother
c) Daughter
d) Granddaughter
e) I am Teresa

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None of the answers obviously, you are Mother Teresa!
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#20
wtf is this. I have no idea.

I got the OP is the daughter.

(Original post by ravioliyears)
Daughter - 'my daughters mother' is just her, and the beginning says 'if teresa's daughter....' therefore, its her daughter.
Because look:

"my daughter's mother"=OP Unless Teresa is adopted.
So OP...is saying...if Teresa's daughter...is OP...

Ok so then OP is Teresa. Who is the daughter.
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