The latest puzzle stumping the web isn’t related to phonics or first-grade math. It’s a short riddle written in what appears to be plain English, but the longer you stare at it the more confounding it becomes.
Luckily the brainteaser doesn’t stop there. It comes with some multiple choice answers: The person asking the question is either Teresa’s grandmother, daughter, granddaughter, or Teresa herself.
If you guessed “daughter,” you’re right. In this scenario, Teresa is the mom of the person asking the question. The riddle is just a more complicated way of saying “I am my mother’s daughter.”