Riddle #349

Question: A town only has one barber (he is male). The barber only shaves all of the people who do not shave themselves.

So who shaves the barber?

Riddle Discussion

By: Bandanaman on 26/6/14

The problem with this is that it is a classic paradox. As seen in the second sentence, if he didn't shave, he wouldn't shave himself, and therefore be one of the ALL people that don't shave themselves, and so the barber (himself) MUST shave him, but then he (the barber) couldn't shave himself.

By: gandalf on 27/6/14

This is very true, and has been changed.

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