Mar 03

korienmar03Here is a joke.


Two men are talking. One says, “I know a man with a wooden leg named Smith.”

The other man says, “Really? What’s the name of his other leg?”


The first man’s sentence is normally understood to mean he knows a man named Smith, and Smith has a wooden leg. However, the second man understood that the leg’s name is Smith. The second man isn’t necessarily wrong!








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