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If Teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother, who is Teresa to me? watch

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    a. grandmother
    b. i am teresa
    c. granddaughter
    d. mother
    e. daughter
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    E.
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    a. grandmother
    b. i am teresa
    c. granddaughter
    d. mother
    e. daughter
    None of the above, she would be your daughters grandmother?...
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    d???
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    ...why am I thinking she's my mother-in-law...?
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    (Original post by Hopefulmedic15)
    None of the above, she would be your daughters grandmother?...
    which is the same as your mother huh?
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    It's D isn't it? :crossedf:
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    B. I am Mother Teresa.
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    Unless you've ****ed your sister then Terasa is your mother in law
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    df did i jus read?


    im so confused now...
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    (Original post by SmashConcept)
    which is the same as your mother huh?
    No it would be a mother in law because you don't generally refer to yourself as 'my daughter's mother' - that would indicate the person speaking is the father so we can't assume the mother and father are married and as a result the answer would be that she is the daughters grandmother
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    It's E. 'Teresa's daughter is my daughter's Grandmother.'
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    D?
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    This reminds me of Jeremy Kyle tbh
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    It's D

    my daughters mother = me

    teresa = mum
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    So, my mother's daughter is Teresa's daughter.

    My mother's daughter means me, right? If it's your mother then you're her daughter.

    Which means I am Teresa's daughter.

    So Teresa is my mother.

    D.

    That really hurt my brain breaking that down... Also, looking at the word daughter feels weird. It just doesn't look right.
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    (Original post by Hopefulmedic15)
    No it would be a mother in law because you don't generally refer to yourself as 'my daughter's mother'
    It's almost as if riddles aren't always worded in a clear and obvious way isn't it?
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    a sloot
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    Who gives a ****?
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    ya mum
 
 
 
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