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"The village's barber (a man)

"The village's barber (a man) shaves all the men of the village who don't shave themselves. Who shaves the barber?"

OK, so there are men in the village who don't shave themselves and there are men in the village who shave themselves.

Did you mean to say:

The village male barber shaves every man in the village. So, who shaves the barber?

Himself or one of the villagers who knows how to shave.

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