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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
and make your champane bubble.
If you squeeze me, I'll pop.
If you look at me, you'll pop.
Can you guess the riddle?

No idea what the answer is..help please =/

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Update: Besides 'Time', 'God', 'Pressure' and 'Air':

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

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"No I can't" is a rediculous answer...it works technically, but that's just a very stupid riddle then. And Air doesn't make you pop by looking at it, I mean....and God wouldn't work because there are a lot of people out there who don't unless the writer of the riddle is someone who doesn't think very clearly about who will be answering his riddle.
W/O the "can you guess the riddle" part, I'd say the answer is a thought.

Polar bear's hair is actully translucent. So it's just your thought that makes polar bears white.

Sad thougths can make you cry.

Your body signals when it's time to pee, but you have to decide to go to bathroom.

A girl's thought that her hair's unkempt can make her comb her hair.

Celebrities with little thoughts can look stupid.

A normal person with singular thoughts can become and look like celebrities.

Your wanting your pancakes brown will make them brown.

It's men's thought that created bubbly champagne.

If you repress a thought, it might disappear or pop in the figurative sense.

An antipathy can make you go ballistic or pop in the figurative sense.
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can you justify pressure with respect to polar bears turning white? or making girls comb their hair?
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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.

On that same note... Do you honestly think that a little kid would come up with the answer "Pressure!" I think a kid would be more likely to say "I don't know," than "Pressure." This is a ridiculous riddle. The whole purpose of it is to make people think way too hard.
Alright listen to this. Since this message has been going around on myspace bulletins with that stupid "you'll get an answer in your mailbox if you post this" and the fact that I cannot find anything about it on the internet besides on this forum tells me that its so stupid. And btw no one went out and tested Harvard graduates on this. They have better things to do then listen to a stupid riddle. And the only logical answer is "I cant" because thats the only way a child would know the answer.And the if you squeeze me i'll pop is only thrown in there to confuse you! Got it? GOOOD!
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I believe the purpose of this "riddle" is to be an annoying inbox thing, rather than have an actual answer
 anonymous's reply was promoted to an answer.
The answer is "No, I can't." It's like the alphabet riddle, where you're supposed to find something wrong with a sequence of letters and figure out what's missing. They say that some odd percentage of Harvard students could find it. But in reality, there isn't anything wrong... it's just the alphabet. Which makes the statement that Harvard students found something wrong even more funny. Most kids I know, and I work with gradeschool kids, would just shrug and say, "I dunno" and go about their day. So it makes sense to me.
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NO!!! you all have it wrong.

the answer is pressure. fo sho.
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