Five people (Tammy, George, Jesse, Sean, and Larry) with last names Zellar, Clemens, Dworsky, Forsberg, and Quail, each bought a number of lolly pops.
Each person was of a different occupation: salesman, janitor, quack, horse trainer, and graphic artist.
If each person bought one of the following amounts of lolly pops, (7, 17, 8, 19, and 6) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many lolly pops each person bought?
Jesse, Zellar, the salesman, George, and the person who bought 17 lolly pops all live on the same street.
Sean, Forsberg, the quack, Jesse, and the person who bought 6 lolly pops had thanksgiving dinner together.
The person who bought 7 lolly pops, the graphic artist, Clemens and Tammy all went to the janitor's surprise birthday party.
George is not the person who bought 8 lolly pops, nor has the last name Dworsky.
Jesse isn't Quail
The salesman, whose first name isn't Sean, wasn't the person who bought 19 lolly pops.
The person who bought 17 lolly pops, Larry, and the quack went to the movies together.
Quail, nor Tammy, wasn't the person who bought 6 lolly pops.
Forsberg isn't the horse trainer.
Jesse and the person who bought 19 lolly pops each had different dinners last night.
George isn't Forsberg
The person who bought 7 lolly pops is not named Zellar.
The quack isn't Tammy or Zellar .
Sean is the janitor's cousin.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!