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Two men are standing on one side of a bridge and two women are approaching them. One of the men says, " Here............

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Two men are standing on one side of a bridge and two women are approaching them. One of the men says, " Here comes my wife and daughter" to which the second men replies, "Here comes my wife and daughter". If they have not married the same woman and the women are not pregnant, hoe is this true?

posted Jul 19, 2017 by Pankaj Deshmukh

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The men are widowers and married each others’ daughter.

answer Jul 20, 2017 by anonymous



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