This riddle has been making its rounds on the internet, and it's successfully confused the heck out of just about everyone.
"If Teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother, that am I to Teresa?" It sounds simple enough, but can you figure it out? We've provided a couple of options to make things a little easier. Scroll down to see if you got the right answer.
The correct answer is (C) Daughter. The key here is the fact that Teresa's daughter is my daughter's mother. That means that I'm either the mother or the father of the child, who is Teresa's granddaughter. Since being her son-in-law isn't an option, I must be Teresa's daughter.