# re: I Turn Polar Bears White?page 2

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I think you've heard this before but..

I turn polar bears white
and I will make you cry.
I make guys have to pee
and girls comb their hair.
I make celebrities look stupid
and normal people look like celebrities.
I turn pancakes brown
If you squeeze me, I'll pop.
If you look at me, you'll pop.
Can you guess the riddle?

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## The #1 solution is 'NO' or 'YES' (as anybody can 'guess' the riddle)

More riddles
Snow?

The coldness of the snow makes you cry...It turns polar bears white...The cold makes males have to pee...And the water could frizz the girl's hair...And if a celebrity was to be in snow, they'd need to wear a big stupid-looking coat...And if regular people were in snow, they'd have to wear the same thing...

I don't know about the pancakes, but the champane could mean that when you put ice in it, it bubbles. Squeezing snow makes it crunch, and when the light reflects off of it, it hurts. A lot.

The pancakes have me stuck on this.
I think it's either air, time or nature!

I turn polar bears white (time and nature)
and I will make you cry. (air, time and nature)
I make guys have to pee (time and nature)
and girls comb their hair. (time and nature)
I make celebrities look stupid
and normal people look like celebrities.
I turn pancakes brown (time and nature)
and make your champane bubble. (time and nature)
If you squeeze me, I'll pop. (air, time in a questionable way)
If you look at me, you'll pop. (air since you cannot see it time in a questionable way)
Can you guess the riddle?

I say the answer is Time!
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Isn't this air molecules.... i mean, air referring to wind in some of these. God would be the natural answer, but I grew up to look at science before anything else. Definitely has to be air.
There is a similair riddle that apparently kindergarten students are smarter than harvard.stanford grads and the answer to that is "nothing." Nothing almost works for this and when I first read it I was 99% confident it was nothing. But I can see "No I can't" as a way more probable answer.
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Yeh, I was thinking the same thing, the answer's probably "No"
I tried asking my 7 year old nephew, he replied "Shutup" but I guess it's the same thing really...
im pretty sure that it is "pressure"...
The answer is "NO" because it asks can u guess this riddle...and u cant. Little kids would have just said no they cant guess it whereas Harvard Grads would have ponderd the question so ya...the answer is no
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AnonymousThe answer is "NO" because it asks can u guess this riddle...and u cant. Little kids would have just said no they cant guess it whereas Harvard Grads would have ponderd the question so ya...the answer is no
Really? Do you know that little kids would have said no? How do you know they wouldn't have said "Pancakes!"

"I don't know" is not something children only say.

I think pressure makes sense for most of it.