"Brothers and sister I have none. But that mans father, is my fathers son." Who is that man?
What Guys Said 10
That man would have to be the narrator's son.
For those who want it broken down.
N is narrator
L is narrator's father
X is "that man"
Y is that man's father
N has no siblings so L's only child is N.
X's father (Y) is L's son.
As L only has one child (N), then for Y to be the son of L, Y must be the same person as N.
As the narrator then asks who is that man, that man is X and X is the son of Y and Y is another name for narrator himself so he's referring to his son.1
Lil' old ME!!0
It is your son.1
The subject's future self?0
A reflection in the mirror0
I don't know that seems more like a riddle for Maury Povich to crack lol1
That man is the speakers son1
Going anon in case I answered incorrectly 😓.0
Your own son.2
What Girls Said 7
It's him. The man that the man is talking about is the man. Do you get what I'm saying?0
I'm so confused lol.
Your father's grandson.0
No siblings, so that man's father is the grandfather. This doesn't make sense. Man's father is my father's son? So the line would go, grandfather, son and grandson.0
Grandfather? I have no idea. What's the answe?0