Brothers and sisters, I have none.

Question: One day there was a man in a hospital bed, and there was a man sitting next to him. So, the doctor asked the man sitting next to the man in the hospital bed, he asked, who are you? The man said listen closely for I will only tell you this once. Brothers and sisters I have none, but this man's father is my father's son. Who is this man?

Riddle Discussion

By: Devil on 25/8/15

The answer should be "His father" 'cause you asked "Who is this man?" and it was clear by your mention of 'this man' that you meant the one sitting near the man on the hospital bed.

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