# Today’s Challenge: This sly riddle has people confused

Exercising what’s inside the head on a regular basis is just as important as going for a run every now and then if you want a healthy lifestyle.

However, is not very often that we get the chance to sit down and move those brain cells around. Sure, we use the brain all the time, but not in an engaging way. However, that’s where brainteasers come in.

Sitting down with a puzzle and putting all everyday worries aside helps you relax and be more present. Trust me, your mind will feel much clearer afterward.

Today, there are millions of puzzles online waiting for you, including good ‘ol riddles.

Riddles are something you probably haven’t done for a while. It might seem like they are intended for kids, but it’s actually a fun and engaging way to tease the brain.

Time for a sly riddle

The sly riddle below is an old classic, but if you have not heard of it before, it can be quite tricky.

It is important to concentrate if you want to figure this one out.

How am I related to Linda?

Here comes today’s riddle, in the picture below.

“If Linda’s daughter is my daughter’s mother. How am I related to Linda?” says the sly riddle.

What you have to figure out is how the person in this puzzle is related to Linda.

Can you handle this tricky test? If not, we’ll report the answer below the next picture.

Here is the answer to the mystery

If you didn’t get the solution to this sly riddle, there is no danger, this riddle has left plenty of people tearing their hair out in despair.

The answer to the riddle is the son-in-law.

How then do we arrive at that?

Well, if Linda’s daughter is the mother of my child, Linda will be my mother-in-law. Not that complicated once you organize the words in a more readable way.

Did you solve the sly riddle on your own? Then press that SHARE button below and see if your friends can also succeed!

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