# re: I Turn Polar Bears White?page 7

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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)

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here is my idea:

Water

I think you've heard this before but when I tried to search it, it wouldn't open sooo..

I turn polar bears white (water when cold = snow)
and I will make you cry. (ever get water in your eyes? kids might think water is what you cry out ya know..)
I make guys have to pee (drink a LOT of water)
and girls comb their hair. (after taking a shower)
I make celebrities look stupid (water on their makeup)
and normal people look like celebrities. (water shots.. people wearing bikinis)
I turn pancakes brown (i'm going for a loong stretch with this one like I did with the celebrities.. but i'm going to say water is in the pancake mix.. and it heats up..)
If you squeeze me, I'll pop. (water in a bubble... umm)
If you look at me, you'll pop. (your reflection is on a bubble.. so you'll pop)
Can you guess the riddle?

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The answer isnt pressure. Kindergarteners wouldn't think of that as an answer. Notice at the end of the riddle how there's a question, "Can you answer this?". The answer to the riddle is simply "No." The reason kindergarteners beat Harvard grads is because kindergarteners are honest enough to say "No I can't answer this." The Harvard grads tried to think of some scientific explanation, but they didn't really look into the question good enough. The real answer is probably "No." Yes, there are explanations like pressure, but the maker of the riddle might not have thought about that. The reason it's called the world's hardest riddle is because people try to think of an answer more complex than the word "No." There you go! That's the best explanation I can get.